217th ECS Meeting: Meeting Program

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Meeting Program

Home of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games

217th ECS Meeting

vaNcouveR, CANADA April 25-30, 2010 Fairmont Hotel Vancouver I Hyatt Regency Vancouver


217th ECS Meeting

vaNcouveR Home of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games

April 25-30, 2010

meeting organization ECS Officers

Meeting Staff

Paul Natishan, President William D. Brown, Vice-President Esther Takeuchi, Vice-President Fernando Garzon, Vice-President John Susko, Treasurer Johna Leddy, Secretary

Roque J. Calvo, Executive Director Mary E. Yess, Deputy Executive Director Colleen Klepser, Executive Administrator Stephanie Plassa, Director of Meetings Paul J. Urso, Jr., Associate Director of Technical Programming Tim Fest, Associate Director of Exhibits & Sponsorship Annie Goedkoop, Director of Publications John Lewis, Associate Director of Conference Publications Corey Eberhart, Global Sales Manager Kim Milec, Director of Finance Karen Chmielewski, Senior Customer Service Representative Kathy Mattiello, Customer Service Representative

ECS Division Officers

www.electrochem.org ECS—The Electrochemical Society 65 South Main Street, Building D Pennington, NJ 08534 USA Tel: 1.609.737.1902 Fax: 1.609.737.2743 ecs@electrochem.org

Nancy Dudney, Battery Chair Alison Davenport, Corrosion Chair Durgamadhab Misra, Dielectric Science & Technology Chair Christian BonhĂ´te, Electrodeposition Chair Yue Kuo, Electronics & Photonics Chair SR Narayan, Energy Technology Chair Dirk Guldi, Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Chair Enrico Traversa, High Temperature Materials Chair John Weidner, Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Chair Kailash Mishra, Luminescence & Display Materials Chair Albert J. Fry, Organic & Biological Electrochemistry Chair Paul C. Trulove, Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Chair Jing Li, Sensor Chair


welcome

Home of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games

Welcome to Vancouver—host of the 2010 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games. We are pleased to venture into this city for the 217th ECS Meeting. This major international conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver and the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, and will include 42 topical symposia consisting of 1,849 technical presentations. You are invited to participate not only in the technical program, but also in the other social events planned for the meeting. Prior to the Sunday Evening Get-Together, plan to attend the latest in our series of Sunday general topics, “Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene: Prospects in Electronics and Photonics… for the Rest of Us,” this one presented by Phaedon Avouris. Derek Pletcher, recipient of the 2010 Vittorio de Nora Award, will deliver his talk entitled “Toward Energy Storage for Renewable Generation” in the Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session on Monday morning. Don’t miss the opening Plenary Session now on Monday at 1700h, featuring William Banholzer, Executive Vice-President for Ventures, New Business Development, and Licensing, and Chief Technology Officer for The Dow Chemical Company, who will deliver the ECS Plenary Lecture: “The Future of Energy Conversion: A Perspective from the Chemical Industry.” As always, you will also have the opportunity to visit the Technical Exhibit, which opens in conjunction with the Monday Evening Mixer and General Student Poster Session, continues with the General Society Poster Session on Tuesday evening, and runs through Wednesday afternoon. We hope that you will join us in Vancouver, and take part in the 217th ECS Meeting.

Program Guide ADA Accessibility..................................................... 3 Author Index........................................................ 116 Award Winners.................................................. 15-18 Coffee Breaks............................................................ 8 Committee Meetings............................................... 9 ECS Transactions for Vancouver............................ 10 Employment Services............................................... 3 Floor Plans......................................................... 12-14 General Functions.................................................... 8 Guest Info. (formerly “Non-Tech”).......................... 2 Hotel Information.................................................... 2 Luncheons and Business Meetings.......................... 6 Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Poster Sessions.......................................................... 2 Presenter Information.............................................. 2 Professional Development Workshops.................... 4 Registration Hours and Fees.................................... 5 Sessions at a Glance.......................................... 20-31 Session Chair Orientation........................................ 2 Short Courses........................................................... 3 Special Lectures...................................................... 15 Sponsors................................................................ 6-7 Symposium Topics and Organizers........................ 11 Technical Exhibit.................................................. 4-5 Technical Program................................................. 32 1


Hotel Reservation Information The 217th ECS Meeting will be held at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver (655 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6C 2R7) and the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver (900 West Georgia St., Vancouver, BC, Canada, V6C 2W6). We encourage you to stay at either of these meeting headquarters hotels, where your stay will be most enjoyable and convenient. Guest room reservations can be made online from the ECS website at special discounted meeting rate of $189 CAD. See the ECS website for more details and to make your reservation. The special room rate will be available until March 26. Reservations attempted after March 26 will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis. A credit card number is required to guarantee your reservation. Forty-eight hour cancellation notice is required. Companion Registrants Guests of Technical Registrants are invited to register for the 217th Meeting as a “Companion Registrant.” The companion registration fee of $25 (Advance) or $30 (Onsite) includes admission to non-ticketed social events, an exclusive lounge with beverage service, Monday through Thursday, 08001000h, and a special “Welcome to Vancouver” orientation presented by Tourism Vancouver on Monday, April 26 at 0900h in the Companion Registrants Lounge. On Wednesday, April 28 at 0900h, there will be a group discussion of the book “Stanley Park” by Timothy Taylor — a novel set in Vancouver. It is available at national retailers. For questions please contact Linda Frankenthal at lfrankenthal@optonline.net.

Technical Session Co-Chair Orientation We encourage all Symposium Organizers and Technical Session Co-Chairs to attend this important informational session in Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt on Sunday from 1500-1700h. The CoChair Orientation will take place during the first 10 minutes of the meeting. All technical session co-chairs will be contacted prior to the meeting via e-mail with important instructions on conducting their technical session. Please check in with the ECS Headquarters staff in Brighton Room, 4th Floor, Hyatt on the day of your session to receive information on the cancelled papers for the day and to pick up attendance sheets. We ask that you complete and return the attendance sheets to ECS Headquarters to help us with future symposium planning. Instructions for conducting your session and attendance sheets will be sent via e-mail in advance of the meeting, and will also be available in the ECS Headquarters office throughout the week.

Information for Presenters Oral Presentations and Audio-Visual Oral presentations must be in English. Only LCD projectors will be available for oral presentations. Authors will be required to bring their own laptop computers for presentation. We strongly suggest that presenting authors verify laptop/projector compatibility in the speaker-ready rooms at the meeting. Speakers requiring special equipment must make written request to ECS headquarters (meetings@ electrochem.org) no later than three weeks before the meeting, and appropriate arrangements will be made at the expense of the author. Poster Presentations and Sessions Poster presentations must be in English, on a board approximately 4 feet high by 8 feet wide (1.22 m by 2.45 m), corresponding to the abstract number and day of presentation in the final program. Please arrive approximately two to four 2

hours before the start of your session to begin setting up your poster displays. Please do not begin setting up your poster until all the poster boards have been numbered. Plan your display to fit on one upright panel approximately 4 feet high by 8 feet wide (1.22 m by 2.45 m). Present displayed information from left to right, starting at the top left of the panel. The paper title, number, names, and affiliations of all authors MUST be at the top of the display. The recommended print size for the title is approximately 1” to 2” (2.5 cm to 5 cm) high. Authors should minimize written text but use it when necessary to emphasize essential data and/or to stimulate discussion. All illustrations, drawings, charts, pictures, graphs, figures, and written text should be large enough to allow easy reading from a distance of 5’ (1.5 m). Matted and finished photographs are recommended to enhance visibility. Pushpins and/or thumbtacks will be supplied at the meeting. Commercial advertisements or publicity will NOT be permitted in poster presentations. Authors violating this regulation will be asked to remove their presentations immediately. Authors are responsible for setting up their displays, for being present during the entire scheduled poster session, and for removing their displays at the conclusion of the poster session. No posters will be displayed without author participation. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE GRANTED. Authors are responsible for the security of their displays and all items of value. ECS will not assume any responsibility for lost, stolen, or broken articles. Additional information or special requirements should be addressed to the individual symposium organizers prior to the meeting. The General Society Student Poster Session will be held as a part of the Monday Evening Mixer and Technical Exhibit, which features instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to meeting attendees. All meeting registrants are invited to attend. Formal presentations will begin at 1800h. Students may start setting up their presentations at 1300h in British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont; judging of the posters will begin at 1500h. Participants are encouraged to attend the Annual Society Luncheon and Business Meeting on Tuesday at 1215h (ticket required, except for winners) where the winners will be announced and given an award plaque. Speaker-Ready Room Two Speaker-Ready Rooms will be available Sunday through Friday, in King George Room, 3rd Floor, Hyatt, and Lions Room, Conference Floor, Fairmont. These rooms are available to allow speakers the opportunity to preview and prepare for their presentations. We highly recommend that speakers verify their laptop’s compatibility with the sample LCD projector that will be located in this room, prior to their presentation. Additionally, there will be audiovisual technicians available for your assistance. Speaker Indemnification The ideas and opinions expressed in the technical sessions, conferences, and any handout materials provided are those of the presenter. They are not those of The Electrochemical Society (ECS), nor can any endorsement by ECS be claimed. Discussion No recording will be made of the oral discussions. Those contributing to the discussion of a paper and desiring their remarks to be published should send the discussion to the Director of Publications, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, via fax: 609.737.2743. The discussion will then be referred to the author for a reply. Publication of the discussion and the comments of the author(s) depend on the publication of the paper in the Journal. Written discussion of a published paper should be submitted within two months following publication of the article.

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No Recording Allowed Photographing and/or recording of presentations IS NOT PERMITTED unless specifically allowed by the speaker. Anyone making unauthorized photographs or recordings will be asked to leave the session.

Employment Services Companies desiring to recruit employees may place their announcements on a designated bulletin board in the registration area. Please note that these announcements should be no larger than 8 ½ by 11”.

ADA Accessibility Special accommodations for disabled attendees will be handled on an individual basis provided that adequate notice is given to the ECS Headquarters office.

Short Courses & Tutorials Six Short Courses will be offered in conjunction with the 217th ECS Meeting. These courses will be held on Sunday, April 25, 2010 in the Hyatt. Full-day courses run from 0930h to 1630h; the half-day course runs from 1400-1700h. Full course fees are $425 for ECS members and $520 for nonmembers; students are offered a 50% discount. The fees for the half-day course are $212.50 for all ECS members (including students) and $260 for all nonmembers (including students). The registration fee for the Short Course covers the course, text materials, continental breakfast, luncheon (full-day courses only), and refreshment breaks; it does not cover meeting registration fees nor any other activities of the meeting. The Corporate Tutorial runs from 1400-1700h; please complete the registration form and return it to ECS via fax or e-mail (do not register online for this one course). The fees are $212.50 for all ECS members (including students); $260 for all nonmembers (including students); if you are an employee of an ECS Corporate Member organization, you are entitled to a complimentary registration to this tutorial. The deadline for registration for all programs is March 26, 2010. Written requests for refunds will be honored only if received at Society headquarters before April 8, 2010. Pre-registration is required. All courses and tutorial are subject to cancellation pending an appropriate number of advance registrants. Before making any flight or hotel reservations, please check to make sure the course is running!

Short Course #2 Biofuels for Electrochemical Systems S. Minteer and S. Calabrese Barton, Instructors This course is intended for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers to better understand biofuels and their use in electrochemical systems. This course will first introduce the student to biofuels and the importance and controversy surrounding biofuel production and use. The course will then discuss use of biofuels in traditional fuel cells, biofuel cells, and biobatteries. This multidisciplinary short course will provide the student with a deeper knowledge in the areas of biochemistry, electrochemistry, and engineering as they apply to electrochemical conversion of biofuels.

Short Course #3 Organic and Molecular Electronics R. McCreery and D. Frisbie, Instructors Organic electronics has experienced rapid recent growth, due to the promise of low cost, low power consumption, and flexible formats. Organic light emitting diodes, organic thin film transistors, and novel display technologies have been commercialized, and the wide range of available organic structures promises many new electronic functions. As the dimensions of the devices approach the 1-10 nm range, unusual phenomena such as electron tunneling, high electric fields, and solid state redox reactions become important, and there is a major potential for new device behaviors. “Molecular electronics” refers to organic electronic devices which are nanoscale in at least one dimension, consisting of molecular monolayers or single molecules acting as active electronic devices. Promising objectives for molecular and organic electronics include chemical sensors, high density nonvolatile memory, conductance switching, and photonics.

Short Course #4 Interfaces, Traps, and Defects in Gate Stacks S. Kar, Instructor

Visit the ECS website for full course descriptions and instructor biographies.

This course is designed to accommodate a diverse group of attendees: chemists, physicists, material scientists, chemical engineers, and electrical engineers; hence it will begin with the basics, and end with a discussion of the current issues and the future directions. The objective of this course is to provide the participants the basic principles and the practical aspects of the large variety of interfaces occurring in gate stacks on silicon, germanium, and III-V compound semiconductor substrates, and the defects and electron/hole traps likely to be found in the different interfaces and the bulk layers of the gate stack, and the channel.

Short Course #1

Short Course #5

Advanced Impedance Spectroscopy M. Orazem, Instructor

Scientific Writing for Scientists and Engineers D. N. Buckley, Instructor

This course is intended for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers with an interest in applying electrochemical impedance techniques to study a broad variety of electrochemical processes. Ideally, the attendee should have some experience with making impedance measurements. The attendee will develop a basic understanding of the technique, the sources of errors in impedance measurements, the manner in which experiments can be optimized to reduce these errors, and the use of regression to interpret measurements in terms of meaningful physical properties.

This course is intended for scientists and engineers with an interest in improving their skills in writing scientific documents including journal papers, conference proceedings papers, abstracts, reports, theses, and proposals. The course is best suited to attendees who have some experience of writing technical documents and want to improve their skills. It will address elements of good writing in science and engineering, including standard practices, terminology, and formatting. It will teach attendees how to present information using properly structured sentences, paragraphs, sections, and chapters and how to organize experimental results and analysis in a format suitable for publication in the scientific literature as well as in reports, theses, etc. (continued on next page)

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Short Course #6 (1/2 day) Fundamentals of Modern Si- and SiGe-based Bipolar Transistors T. H. Ning, Instructor This special, half-day course (1400-1700h) is intended for physicists, chemists, materials scientists, and electrical engineers with an interest in understanding the basic physics of modern Si- and SiGe-based bipolar transistors. The attendee is assumed to have an introductory understanding of the transport of electrons and holes in a semiconductor. The course will cover the basic properties of a p-n diode that are relevant to bipolar transistors. The attendee will develop an understanding of the key device parameters and factors that govern the performance of a bipolar transistor. A portion of the course is devoted to the discussion of the heterojunction nature of a SiGe-based bipolar transistor and the design tradeoffs of the Ge profile in the SiGe base. The course concludes with a comparison of the fundamental differences between a SiGe-based bipolar transistor and a III-V compound semiconductor HBT, and a comparison of the scaling limits of the two transistors.

Corporate Tutorial Intellectual Property—An Introduction for Research Scientists, Engineers, and Technologists E. J. Taylor, Instructor This half-day tutorial (1400-1700h) will provide an introduction to the various forms of intellectual property, trade secrets, trademarks, and copyrights with an emphasis on patents. The objective of the tutorial is to provide the electrochemist/ engineer an appreciation of the patenting process and not

to replace legal counsel. To register for this Tutorial, please complete the registration form and return it to ECS via fax or e-mail (do not register online for this course). If you are an employee of an ECS Corporate Member organization, you are entitled to a complimentary registration to this tutorial.

Professional Development Workshops John R. Susko, Instructor ECS will sponsor the following three professional development workshops at no extra cost to meeting registrants. All workshops will be held in Galiano Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont. Writing an Effective Cover Letter and Resume—The need for a cover letter, how to write it, the many “do’s” and “don’ts” in preparing such a letter, and tips for drafting an effective resume. Sunday, April 25, 2010............... 1500-1545h Monday, April 26, 2010.............. 1200-1245h Job Interviewing Tips—How to improve your chances of impressing the interviewer; key questions to ask; and other important pointers for the interviewing process. Sunday, April 25, 2010............... 1600-1645h Monday, April 26, 2010.............. 1300-1345h Resume Round Table—Designed to provide feedback on resumes by publicly critiquing participants’ resumes and offering suggestions on ways to make them more effective. To take full advantage of the workshop, please bring a copy of your current professional resume. Monday, April 26, 2010.............. 1400-1700h

Technical Exhibit The Technical Session Coffee Break and complimentary lunches for the first 300 attendees are scheduled for the Exhibit area (British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont), on Tuesday and Wednesday to allow meeting attendees additional time to browse through the exhibits. The exhibit will feature instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to attendees.

Exhibit Hours Monday, April 26............................................................................................................................. 1800-2000h includes the Monday Evening Poster Session Tuesday, April 27............................................................................................................................. 0900-1400h includes complimentary lunch at noon for the first 300 attendees re-opening......................................................................................................................................... 1800-2000h includes the Tuesday evening Poster Session Wednesday, April 28....................................................................................................................... 0900-1400h includes complimentary lunch at noon for the first 300 attendees

Exhibitors as of Press-Time ECS

ALS Co. Ltd

eDAQ, Inc.

Booth 10 ecs@electrochem.org www.electrochem.com

Booth 18 Katsunobu Yamamoto yamamoto@bas.co.jp www.als-japan.com

Booth 27 Michael Hagen mhagen@edaq.com www.edaq.com

Bio-Logic Electrochemical Instruments

ESL Electrosciences

Booth 3 & 4 info@bio-logic.us www.bio-logic.us

Booth 11 Alvin Feingold afeingold@electroscience.com www.electroscience.com

AJA International Inc. Booth 7 Linda Tardie topgun@ajaint.com www.ajaint.com

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Evans Analytical Group

MALT Group

Princeton Applied Research / Solartron Analytical

Booth 13 Ian Mowat info@eaglabs.com www.eaglabs.com

Booth 22 Takafumi Matsumoto malt@kagaku.com www.kagaku.com/malt

Booth 29, 30 & 31 Ari Tampasis ari.tampasis@ametek.com www.princetonappliedresearch.com

Gamry Instruments

Metrohm USA

Quantachrome Instruments

Booth 5 & 6 Pete Peterson info@gamry.com www.gamry.com

Booth 28 Michael Kubicsko mkubicsko@metrohmusa.com www.metrohmusa.com

Booth 23 Martin Thomas martin.thomas@quantachrome.com www.quantachrome.com

Gelest, Inc.

MTI Corporation

Resodyn Acoustics Mixers

Literature Display Joel Zazyczny jzazyczny@gelest.com www.gelest.com

Booth 12 Mel Jiang mel@mtixtl.com www.mtixtl.com

Booth 19 John Bickley John.bickley@resodyn.com www.resodynmixers.com

International Society of Electrochemistry (ISE)

PEC North America

SCNTE

Booth 15 Marco Musiani info@ise-online.org www.ise-online.org

Booth 21 Peter Ulrix peter.ulrix@peccorp.com www.peccorp.com

Booth 14 Bill L. Riehl blr@scnte.com www.scnte.com

Ivium Technologies

Pine Research Instrumentation

Specac, Inc.

Booth 2 Willem ter Veen info@ivium.eu www.ivium.nl

Booth 20 Jenny Garry jgarry@pineinst.com www.pineinst.com/echem

Booth 26 Robert Sirpak Bob.sirpak@specac.com www.specac.com

General Meeting Information Meeting Registration 3rd

The meeting registration area will be located in the Regency Foyer, Floor, Hyatt. Registration will open on Sunday and the technical sessions will be conducted Sunday through Friday.

Registration & ECS Book Store Hours Sunday, April 25..................................................................................0700-1900h Monday, April 26.................................................................................0700-1900h Tuesday, April 27.................................................................................0700-1730h Wednesday, April 28............................................................................0800-1600h Thursday, April 29................................................................................0800-1600h Friday, April 30....................................................................................0800-1200h

Registration Fees ALL PARTICIPANTS AND ATTENDEES ARE REQUIRED TO PAY THE APPROPRIATE REGISTRATION FEE LISTED BELOW. Payment can be made by cash, check or travelers’ checks in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. bank. Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover are also accepted. All technical registration fees include the Meeting Abstracts on USB flashdrive. All prices are in U.S. dollars.

ECS Member................................................................................................... $405 Nonmember.................................................................................................... $615 ECS Student Member...................................................................................... $150 Student Nonmember....................................................................................... $190 One Day ECS Member ................................................................................... $275 One Day Nonmember . ................................................................................... $365 ECS Emeritus or Honorary Member.................................................................... $0 Companion Registrant...................................................................................... $25

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All students must send verification of student eligibility along with their registration. All technical registrations include a copy of Meeting Abstracts (on USB Flash Drive only). Attendees who wish to have paper copies of abstracts in advance of the meeting should download copies from the ECS website, free of charge.

Financial Assistance Financial assistance is limited ad generally governed by the symposium organizers. Individuals may inquire directly to the symposium organizers of the symposium in which they are presenting their paper to see if funding is available. Individuals requiring an official letter of invitation should write to the ECS headquarters office; such letters will not imply any financial responsibility of ECS.

Employment Services Companies desiring to recruit employees may place their announcements on a designated bulletin board in the registration area. Please note that these announcements should be no larger than 8 ½” by 11”.

ADA Accessibility Special accommodations for disabled attendees will be handled on an individual basis provided that adequate notice is given to the ECS headquarters office.

Key Locations Meeting Registration..............................................Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Information/Message Center..................................Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor, Hyatt ECS Headquarters Office.......................................Brighton Room, 4th Floor, Hyatt ECS Book Store.....................................................Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Speaker Ready Rooms....................................King George Room, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Lions Room, Conference Floor, Fairmont

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SPONSORS Platinum

Luncheons, Business Meetings, and Special Events Luncheon tickets are $25 in advance and $30 onsite. Reception tickets are $15 in advance and $20 onsite. All luncheon and special event tickets are nonrefundable and should be purchased in advance.

Sunday, April 25 1900h ����������Electronics & Photonics Division Award Reception & General Meeting, Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt (No ticket required.)

Monday, April 26 1215h ����������Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, English Bay, 34th Floor, Hyatt 1215h ����������Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, The Roof, 15th Floor, Fairmont

Tuesday, April 27 1215h ����������Annual Society Luncheon & Business Meeting, The Roof, 15th Floor, Fairmont 1700h ����������F2 Symposium Reception in Honor of Richard Alkire, English Bay, 34th Floor, Hyatt 1700h ����������Manuel M. Baizer Award Reception, The Roof, 15th Floor, Fairmont (No ticket required.)

Wednesday, April 28 1215h ����������Energy Technology Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, The Roof, 15th Floor, Fairmont 1215h ����������Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, English Bay, 34th Floor, Hyatt Note: The Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division and Dielectric Science and Technology Division Luncheon & Business Meetings will not be held in Vancouver. The DS&T Division Election will take place beginning 1800h at the Dielectric Science & Technology Division Governing Body / Long Range Planning Committee & Symposium Planning Meeting on Sunday, April 25.

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SPONSORS GOLD

SILVER

Formerly Brinkmann Instruments in the U.S.

BRONZE

Upcoming ECS Meetings and Exhibits 2010 Fall Meeting

2011 Fall Meeting

Las Vegas, Nevada

Boston, Massachusetts

October 10-15, 2010 Technical Exhibit: October 11-13

October 9-14, 2011 Technical Exhibit: October 10-12

2011 Spring Meeting

2012 Spring Meeting

MontrĂŠal, Canada

Seattle, Washington

May 1-6, 2011 Technical Exhibit: May 2-4

May 6-11, 2012 Technical Exhibit: May 7-9

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General Functions Sunday, April 25, 2010

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Symposium Organizer and Co-Chair Orientation We encourage all Symposium Organizers and Technical Session Co-Chairs to attend this important informational session in Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt, from 1500-1700h. The Co-Chair Orientation will take place during the first 10 minutes of the meeting and will include a demonstration of the technical session audio-visual equipment.

Technical Exhibit The Technical Exhibit will be held in the British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont, from 0900-1400h and again from 1800-2100h along with the evening’s Poster Session. The exhibit will feature instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to attendees. The Technical Session Coffee Break is scheduled for 0930h in the Exhibit Hall on Tuesday and Wednesday to allow meeting attendees additional time to browse through the exhibits.

“Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene: Prospects in Electronics and Photonics” The ECS “For the Rest of Us” series of Sunday evening talks provides an opportunity to learn more about other areas of electrochemical and solid-state research within ECS, as well as to meet colleagues and other members. This evening’s talk, entitled “Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene: Prospects in Electronics and Photonics,” will be delivered by Phaedon Avouris from 1830-1930h in Regency E/F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt. Sunday Evening Get-Together An informal get-together will be held in Pacific Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont, 1930-2130h.

Monday, April 26, 2010 Vittorio de Nora Award Lecture Derek Pletcher, recipient of the 2010 Vittorio de Nora Award, will deliver his talk entitled “Toward Energy Storage for Renewable Generation” in the Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session at 0800h in Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont. Technical Session Coffee Break A Technical Session Coffee Break will be held from 09301000h in Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor and English Bay, 34th Floor, Hyatt, and British Columbia Foyer, Conference Floor, Fairmont. Plenary Session Beginning at 1700h in Regency D/E/F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt, William Banholzer, Executive Vice-President for Ventures, New Business Development, and Licensing, and Chief Technology Officer for The Dow Chemical Company, will deliver the ECS Plenary Lecture: “The Future of Energy Conversion: A Perspective from the Chemical Industry.” There will be recognition of Divisional award winners at this session as well. Monday Evening Mixer, Student Poster Session, and Technical Exhibit Along with the grand opening of the Technical Exhibit, an informal gathering will be held in British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont (posters in BC Ballroom, Vancouver Island Room & Pacific Ballroom), from 1800-2000h. Beer, soft drinks, and snacks will be served on a complimentary basis. The General Society Student Poster Session will be held as a part of the Monday Evening Mixer. Formal presentations will begin at 1800h. Students may start setting up their presentations at 1300h in British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont; judging of the posters will begin at 1500h. (Winners of the General Society Student Poster Session will be announced and given an award plaque at the Annual Society Business Meeting and Luncheon on Tuesday, April 27. Winners will not be required to purchase a ticket.) The Technical Exhibit will feature instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to meeting attendees. All meeting registrants are invited to attend.

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Technical Session Coffee Break A Technical Session Coffee Break will be held from 09301000h in the Exhibit Hall in the British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont. Complimentary Lunch in the Exhibit Hall A complimentary lunch will be served in the British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont for the first 300 attendees. Annual Society Luncheon and Business Meeting At 1215h, the Annual Society Luncheon and Business Meeting will be held in The Roof, 15th Floor Fairmont. The President, Secretary, and the Treasurer will give brief reports on the current state of the Society at this annual business luncheon. All members and meeting attendees are encouraged to participate in this meeting. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 onsite. Winners of the General Society Student Poster Session will be announced and given an award plaque at the luncheon. (Winners will not be required to purchase a ticket.) Technical Exhibit and Evening Poster Session The Technical Exhibit will again be open in conjunction with a general poster session covering several technical symposia in the British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont, from 1800-2000h.

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 Technical Exhibit The Technical Exhibit will be held in the British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont, from 0900-1400h, in conjunction with a Technical Session Coffee Break at 0930h. Technical Session Coffee Break A Technical Session Coffee Break will be held from 09301000h in the Exhibit Hall in the British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont. Complimentary Lunch in the Exhibit Hall A complimentary lunch will be served in the British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont for the first 300 attendees.

Thursday, April 29, 2010 Technical Session Coffee Break A Technical Session Coffee Break will be held from 09301000h, in Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor, and the 34th Floor, Hyatt.

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Committee Meetings Sunday, April 25 1500h ������ Electronics & Photonics Division Subcommittee on Compound Semiconductors, Constable, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1500h ������ Electronics & Photonics Division Subcommittee on Silicon Dioxide / Silicon Interface, Dover, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1500h ������ Electronics & Photonics Division Subcommittee on ULSI Science and Technology, Kensington, 4th Floor, Hyatt

1500h ������ ECS Transactions Editorial Board, Burard, Conference Floor, Fairmont 1530h ������ New Technology Subcommittee, Constable, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1600h ������ Solid State Divisions Chairs’ Meeting, Dover, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1600h ������ Honors & Awards Committee, Kensington, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1600h ������ Society Meeting Committee, Tennyson, 4th Floor, Hyatt

1600h ������ Interface Advisory Board, Lord Byron, 4th Floor, Hyatt

1700h ������ Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, Lord Byron, 4th Floor, Hyatt

1700h ������ Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Division Symposium Planning Committee, Cavendish, 4th Floor, Hyatt

1900h ������ Energy Technology Division Executive Committee, Constable, 4th Floor, Hyatt

1700h ������ European Section Executive Committee, Burard, Conference Floor, Fairmont

1900h ������ Fullerenes, Nanotubes & Carbon Nanostructures Division Executive Committee, Kensington, 4th Floor, Hyatt

1700h ������ Electronics & Photonics Division Symposium Planning and Technical Directions Subcommittee, Tennyson, 4th Floor, Hyatt

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1700h ������ Fellow Nominating Subcommittee, Dover, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1700h ������ Dielectric Science & Technology Division Governing Body / Long Range Planning Committee & Symposium Planning Meeting (Division Election will take place at this meeting and all members are welcome to attend after 18:00h), Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt 1800h ������ European Section Meeting, Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 1900h ������ Electronics and Photonics Division Award Reception and General Meeting, Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt 2000h ������ Electronics & Photonics Division Executive Committee, Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 2000h ������ Sensor Division Executive Committee, Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Monday, April 26 0700h �������� High Temperature Materials Division Executive

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0700h ������ Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division Executive Committee, Constable, 4th Floor, Hyatt 0700h ������ Physical & Analytical Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, Burard, Conference Floor, Fairmont 0900h ������ Symposium Planning Ad Hoc Committee, 1000h ������ Development Committee, Cavendish, 4th Floor, Hyatt

0700h ������ JES/ESL Editorial Board, Cavendish, 4th Floor, Hyatt 0700h ������ Symposium Subcommittee, English Bay, 34th Floor, Hyatt 0730h ������ Council of Past Presidents, Constable, 4th Floor, Hyatt 0730h ������ Financial Policy Advisory Committee, Burard, Conference Floor, Fairmont 0900h ������ Publication Committee, Kensington, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1000h ������ Individual Membership Committee / Division / Section Representatives, Dover, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1400h ������ Technical Affairs Committee, Windsor, 3rd Floor, Hyatt 1600h ������ Finance Committee, Windsor, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Wednesday, April 28 0730h ������ Sponsorship Committee, Cavendish, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1000h ������ Ways & Means Committee, Constable, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1215h ������ Audit Subcommittee, Dover, 4th Floor, Hyatt 1400h ������ Gift Advisory Committee, Constable, 4th Floor, Hyatt

Thursday, April 29 0830h ������ Board of Directors Meeting, Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

1330h ������ Education Committee, Cavendish, 4th Floor, Hyatt

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Symposium Topics and Organizers Sessions are marked to indicate if they run on Sunday (S), Monday (M), Tuesday (Tu), Wednesday (W), Thursday (Th) and/or Friday (F). Hard-cover (HC) editions of ECS Transactions will be available for purchase and pick-up at the meeting; or you may pre-order your hard-cover ECS Transactions issue using the meeting registration form in this brochure or when registering online. Electronic (PDF) editions of ECS Transactions issues will be available ONLY via the ECS Digital Library. Electronic editions of “at” meeting issues will be available for purchase beginning April 16, 2010. Please visit the ECS website for all issue pricing and ordering information for the electronic editions. A — General Topics A1 — General Student Poster Session (M) — V. Desai Chaitanya, G. G. Botte, V. R. Subramanian, and K. Sundaram

E6 — Wide-Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 11 (M-W) — H. Kim, G. W. Hunter, S. Sarkozy, and E. B. Stokes E7 — Graphene, Ge/III-V, and Emerging Materials for Post-CMOS Applications 2 (M-W) — P. Srinivasan, S. De-Gendt, Z. Karim, D. Misra, Y. Obeng, and P. Srinivasan

A2 — Nanotechnology General Session (Tu-Th) — W. Van Schalkwijk, C. Bock, and E. Traversa B — Batteries, Fuel Cells, and Energy Conversion B1 — Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session (M-F) — W. Van Schalkwijk, A. Manivannan, and S. R. Narayan B2 — Advanced Organic and Inorganic Materials for Electrochemical Power Sources (M-W) — X. Zhang, D. Chu, P. S. Fedkiw, and C. Wang B3 — Batteries for Renewable Energy Storage (M-W) — D. H. Doughty, B. Liaw, S. R. Narayan, and V. Srinivasan

F — Electrochemical / Chemical Deposition and Etching F1 — Dealloying Process and Related Synthetic Opportunities (W-Th) — T. P. Moffat, J. Erlebacher, and R. Newman F2 — Electrochemical Engineering for the 21st Century (Dedicated to Richard C. Alkire) (M-W) — J. Harb, H. Deligianni, J. Fenton, K. Hebert, V. R. Subramanian, and R. Varijian G — Electrochemical Synthesis and Engineering

B4 — Biological Fuel Cells 4 (Tu-Th) — S. Calabrese Barton, P. Atanassov, K. Kano, S. Minteer, and I. Taniguchi

G1 — Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session (M-Tu) — G. Pillay

B5 — Combinatorial Screening of Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage (Tu-W) — V. Ramani, J. Dahn, and K. Rajeshwar

G3 — Electrochemical Technologies for Hydrogen Production (Tu-Th) — S. N. Lvov, V. R. Subramanian, J. Weidner, and M. Williams

B6 — Economics and Policy Issues in Energy Conversion, Transmission, and Storage (W) — J. Whitacre, B. Liaw, and E. Traversa

G4 — Electrochemistry in Mineral and Metal Processing 8 (EMMP 8) (M-W) — F. M. Doyle, G. Kelsall, and R. Woods

B7 — Electrode Processes Relevant to Fuel Cell Technology (M-Th) — V. I. Birss, P. Kulesza, W. Mustain, K. Ota, and D. P. Wilkinson B10 — Intercalation Compounds for Energy Conversion and Storage (M-Tu) — K. Zaghib, K. M. Abraham, C. Julien, and Z. Ogumi B11 — Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 7 (M-F) — M. Mogensen, S. Adler, T. Armstrong, T. Gür, V. R. Subramanian, H. Yokokawa, and X. Zhou B12 —Metal/Air and Metal/Water Batteries (Tu) — K. Zaghib, K. M. Abraham, and S. R. Narayan C — Biomedical Applications and Organic Electrochemistry C1 — Electrochemistry in Medicine and Biomedical Applications (M-W) — C. Bock, J. Burgess, B. Eggers, P. Hesketh, C. Holmes, and J. Mauzeroll C2 — Manuel M. Baizer Award Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry (S-M) — A. J. Fry and J. Yoshida C3 — Organic and Biological Electrochemistry General Poster Session (Tu) — J. Burgess D — Corrosion, Passivation, and Anodic Films D1 — Corrosion General Session (Tu-Th) — D. Hansen and A. Alfantazi E — Dielectric and Semiconductor Materials, Devices, and Processing E1 — Advanced Gate Stack, Source / Drain, and Channel Engineering for Si-Based CMOS 6: New Materials, Processes and Equipment (M-Tu) — E. P. Gusev, H. Iwai, D. Kwong, V. Narayanan, M. C. Ozturk, F. Roozeboom, and P. J. Timans E2 — Dielectrics for Nanosystems 4: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing (M-W) — D. Misra, D. Bauza, Z. D. Chen, T. Chikyow, H. Iwai, and Y. Obeng E3 — Integrated Optoelectronics 5 (M-W) — M. J. Deen, Q. Fang, C. Jagadish, and K. Ohashi E4 — Nanoscale Luminescent Materials (M-W) — P. Mascher and D. Lockwood E5 — Thermal and Plasma CVD of Nanostructures and their Applications (M-Tu) — U. Cvelbar

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G5 — Fuel Cell Membranes, Electrode Binders, and MEA Performance (M-Tu) — B. Pivovar, J. Muldoon, and P. Pintauro H — Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures H1 — Electron Transfer and Applications of Fullerenes and Nanostructured Materials (Tu) — F. D’Souza, S. Fukuzumi, and D. M. Guldi H2 — Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotube (M-Tu) — N. Martín and J. F. Nierengarten H3 — Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Fundamental Properties and Processes (M-Tu) — R. Weisman, S. Doorn, and M. Zheng H4 — Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Applications and Devices (Tu-Th) — S. Rotkin, Y. Gogotsi, H. Grebel, M. Heben, and P. V. Kamat H5 — Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules (Tu-W) — H. Shinohara, T. Akasaka, and A. L. Balch H8 — Porphyrins and Supramolecular Assemblies (M-Tu) — N. Solladié, K. Kadish, and R. Paolesse H9 — Nanostructures for Energy Conversion (Tu-W) — H. Imahori and P. V. Kamat I — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I1 — Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session (S,Tu) — S. Minteer, Z. P. Aguilar, J. Burgess and P. Tunon-Blanco I3 — Charge Transfer: Electrons, Protons, and Other Ions (M-Tu) — S. Paddison and P. Trulove I4 — Progress in Spectro-Electrochemistry and Surface Science of Electrocatalytical Interfaces (In Memory of E. B. Yeager) (Tu-W) — R. Holze and D. Gervasio I5 — In Situ Scanning Probe Microscopy and Spectroscopy in Electrochemistry (M-Tu) — S. Morin, O. Magnussen, and N. Missert J — Sensors and Displays: Principles, Materials, and Processing J1 — Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session (Tu-W) — G. W. Hunter, Z. P. Aguilar, M. Carter, and J. Li J2 — Electrochemical Nano/Bio Sensors 2 (Th) — J. Burgess, H. De Long, L. Nagahara, A. L. Simonian, I. Taniguchi, and E. Traversa 11


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Special Lectures and Award Winners

Featured Speakers Plenary Session

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Monday, April 26, 0800h

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Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

The ECS Lecture

The Future of Energy Conversion: A Perspective from the Chemical Industry by William F. Banholzer The ideal energy future requires 100% sustainable sources of energy in adequate amounts to support a high standard of living for all. The key to reaching our sustainable energy goal is optimizing efficiency at every step of energy conversion and storage—whether cultivating food crops, propelling passenger vehicles, or synthesizing polymers for durable goods. Each application will require a different solution and there are major debates on the details. Which new pathways and technologies will emerge to transform our energy situation? This question is addressed from the perspective of the chemical industry, which was built on oil, natural gas, and coal. These have served as the major raw material feedstocks and energy sources for driving reactions and separations. The industry is now shaping its transformation to sustainable energy and is developing new materials and solutions for energy supply and conversion. This talk will consider the mass and energy balances of several key conversion pathways, as well as capital investment and land requirements. What can we expect as entitlement from optimizing biomass, fuel cells, wind power, or photovoltaics? At each stage of an energy conversion pathway, there are thermodynamic limits—for instance in the Carnot cycle of an engine or the inherent maximum efficiency of photosynthesis. These considerations determine where we can expect realistic progress toward sustainable energy in both the short and long term, and where we should place our investments. William F. (Bill) Banholzer is Executive Vice-President for Ventures, New Business Development, and Licensing, and Chief Technology Officer for The Dow Chemical Company, where he has responsibility for driving innovation, value creation, and Dow’s research and development activities around the world. Dr. Banholzer joined Dow in 2005, following a 22-year career with General Electric Company, beginning as a staff engineer in 1983 and ultimately serving as the Vice-President of global technology in GE’s Advanced Materials business. He earned numerous awards while at GE including Bronze, Silver, and Gold Patent Awards and election to the Whitney Gallery of Technical Achievers. Dr. Banholzer serves as a presidential nominee to the MIT Corporation Visiting Committee for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and sits on the advisory board for chemistry and chemical engineering at UC Berkeley, and the NRC’s Board on Energy and Environmental Systems. In 2002, Banholzer was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Engineering. Dr. Banholzer earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Marquette University and master’s and doctorate degrees in chemical engineering from the University of Illinois. He is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt, holds 16 U.S. patents, and has over 80 publications, which have received more than 1800 citations.

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Toward Energy Storage for Renewable Generation by Derek Pletcher There is now widespread acceptance of the need to define a sustainable, long term supply of energy and to control global warming, as well as to identify a power source for transportation not based on fossil fuel. Electrochemical technology can contribute in several ways to energy storage in such an economy. Unfortunately, all proposed solutions based on batteries and fuel cells still face substantial obstacles before they can be implemented. Dr. Pletcher will review the performance sought in devices for large scale energy storage. For example, the scale of plant required is generally underestimated while energy efficiency, safety, reliability, and cost targets are not being achieved. Such an analysis led to a program in Southampton to investigate the soluble lead flow battery. This flow battery has only a single electrolyte and avoids the inclusion of a membrane; hence, the cell design is less complex and potentially much cheaper. It does, however, require the control of the deposition and dissolution of thick layers of solids on both electrodes. Both fundamental studies and battery performance data during the scale-up of the battery from a single cell with electrode areas of 2 cm2 and to a bipolar unit with 5 cells and a total electrode area of 0.4 m2 will be discussed.. Derek Pletcher obtained his BSc and PhD in chemistry from the University of Sheffield during the 1960s and has been a member of the Electrochemistry Group in Southampton since 1967. His research has covered a wide range of fundamental and applied electrochemistry and has resulted in over 300 papers and 30 reviews. Presently, his group is largely concerned with large scale energy storage (flow batteries, fuel cells, and water electrolysis) and the application of such technology to an energy economy based on renewable sources. He is the author of four books: Industrial Electrochemistry, Instrumental Methods in Electrode Kinetics, A First Course in Electrode Processes, and A First Course in Ion Permeable Membranes. Derek Pletcher was elected as an ECS Fellow in 2005 and was awarded the ECS Henry B. Linford Distinguished Teaching Award in 2006. Outside the University, Derek Pletcher’s consulting activities in Europe and North America have related to the manufacture of inorganics, H2 generation, the synthesis of tonnage organics and fine chemicals, effluent treatment, the purification of water, batteries and fuel cells, electroplating, minimizing corrosion, sensors, the design of cells, and the development of high performance membranes/electrodes. (continued on next page)

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ECS Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching Award Address Tuesday, April 27, 1400h Electrochemical Engineering for the 21st Century Symposium (dedicated to Richard C. Alkire) Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Preparing Electrochemical Engineers for the 21st Century by Daniel T. Schwartz The context for engineering education has evolved since the “New Horizons” report, with a more globalized industrial economy, the proliferation of high quality engineering education worldwide, and greater expectations for understanding technology impacts beyond the fiscal bottom line. Dr. Schwartz’s talk will examine innovative ways that engineers can be endowed with the tools and knowledge to create solutions that address the “triple bottom line” of economic, environmental, and societal impact. He also will explore the provocative idea that it is time for electrochemical engineering education to shift focus. Daniel T. Schwartz is Boeing-Sutter Professor and Chair of Chemical Engineering at the University of Washington (UW), Seattle. He joined the UW in 1991 after postdoctoral studies at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and a PhD at UC Davis. Dan’s educational activities seek to have an impact on learners of all ages, from middle schoolers participating in his group’s wildly popular electrochemistry-oriented engineering open house activity to PhD student teams that work collaboratively with Northwest Native Americans on applied energy research projects. He is also active in more traditional electrochemical education, having established a technology-oriented electrochemical engineering laboratory for undergraduates and supervising 16 completed PhD graduates. Dan’s service to the Society includes creating the founding documents for forming ECS Student Chapters and as guest co-editor for the Education issue of Interface (fall 2006).

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Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene: Prospects in Electronics and Photonics by Phaedon Avouris The ECS “For the Rest of Us” talks help to educate meeting attendees about areas outside of their immediate domain and to promote discussion and cross-discipline interactions. In the Vancouver edition, Dr. Avouris will discuss how nanoscience/nanotechnology is currently one of the most active areas of research. At the nanometer scale, and in reduced dimensionality, materials acquire novel properties. This motivates the synthesis, manipulation, study, and search for new applications of nanostructures. Graphene and carbon nanotubes are strongly bound, covalent materials, with the carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal honeycomb lattice to form two-dimensional and one-dimensional nanostructures, respectively. As a result of their structure and low dimensionality, these one-atom thick structures have some rather unique electrical and optical properties that recommend them for a host of different applications in electronics and photonics. The talk will examine these properties and also demonstrate model electronic devices such as ultra-fast transistors and optical detectors, infrared light emitters, and simple integrated circuits. The advantages of these devices will also be discussed, as well as the hurdles that remain before they can be integrated into mature, competitive technologies. Phaedon Avouris is an IBM Fellow and manager of Nanoscience & Nanotechnology at the IBM, T. J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, NY (USA). He received his BSc at the Aristotle University in Greece and his PhD in Physical Chemistry at Michigan State University in 1974. He did postdoctoral work at UCLA and was a Research Fellow at AT&T Bell Laboratories before joining the staff of IBM’s Research Division at the Watson Research Center in 1978. Over the years, he has worked in a wide range of research areas: laser spectroscopy, surface physics/chemistry, scanning tunneling microscopy, atom manipulation, and nanoelectronics. His current research focuses on experimental and theoretical studies of the electronic and photonic properties of carbon nanotubes and graphene. The work also includes the design, fabrication, and study of nanoelectronic and optoelectronic devices based on these materials. Dr. Avouris has been elected Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Physical Society, the Institute of Physics of the UK, the Academy of Athens (National Academy of Greece), the IBM Academy of Technology, American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York Academy of Sciences, and the American Vacuum Society. He has received many awards including the APS Irving Langmuir Prize for Chemical Physics, the AVS Medard W. Welch Award for Surface Science, the Julius Springer Award for Applied Physics, the Richard E. Smalley Research Award of ECS, and the Richard Feynman Nanotechnology Prize. He has also received many IBM Corporation “Outstanding Technical Achievement” awards.

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Award Winners In addition to the Vittorio de Nora Award being presented to Derek Pletcher, and the Henry B. Linford Award being presented to Daniel T. Schwartz (see above), the following awards will also be presented in Vancouver. For complete biographies of the award recipients, and the schedule of their presentations, please see the General Meeting Program on the ECS website: www.electrochem.org/meetings/ biannual/217/217.htm.

Electronics & Photonics Division Award Lih J. Chen is the President of National Tsing Hua University, where he is also a professor. He was the Deputy Minister of National Science Council from May 2008 to January 2010. He received his BS degree in physics from National Taiwan University in 1968 and his PhD degree in physics from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1974. He became a professor at the National Tsing Hua University in 1979 and continued on to become the MSE Department Chair and Dean of the College of Engineering. From 2006 to 2008, he served as the ViceChancellor for the University System of Taiwan. His professional service included the President of Materials Research Society of Taiwan and Microscopy Society of Taiwan; Second VicePresident, International Union of Materials Research Societies; and Editor of Materials Chemistry and Physics. Professor Chen has conducted extensive research on advanced metallization in integrated circuits. In recent years, he has focused on the investigation of low-dimensional nanostructured materials. He has published more than 420 papers in SCI journals. He has won almost every major award and prize from National Science Council and Ministry of Education in Taiwan. He became a member of Asia-Pacific Academy of Advanced Materials in 1998 and a fellow of AVS in 2001. He was elected to be a member of Academia Sinica in 2006. He received the TMS Hume-Rothery Award for his contributions to thin film science in 2008. He was elected to be a member of Academy of Science of Developing World in 2009.

Energy Technology Division Research Awards John W. Weidner is Associate Department Chair and Campaign for Excellence Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of South Carolina (USC). He received his BS degree in chemical engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1986 and his PhD in chemical engineering from NC State University under the direction of Peter S. Fedkiw in 1991. That same year he joined USC as an assistant professor as part of their Center for Electrochemical Engineering. In the summer of 1992 he was a Summer Faculty Fellow in the Energy Storage Systems Group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena. He spent a sabbatical at the University of California-Berkeley working with John Newman in the fall of 1999 and at Los Alamos National Laboratory working with Tom Zawodzinski in the spring of 2000. His next sabbatical in 2007-08 was spent at the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems in Freiburg, Germany on electrolytic

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hydrogen production. His is currently chair of the ECS Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division and Editor of ECS Transactions. Professor Weidner has published 72 refereed journal articles in the field of electrochemical engineering, including the mathematical modeling of electrochemical power sources; the synthesis and characterization of electrochemically active materials; and the analysis, design, and operation of electrochemical reactors. His most recent work involves the development of his patented proton exchange membrane electrolyzer for the large-scale production of hydrogen from gaseous SO2 as part of the hybrid sulfur process. Karim Zaghib obtained his MS in 1987 and his PhD in 1990, both in electrochemistry from the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France under the direction of Bernadette Nguyen. In 2002, he received the HDR (Habilitation à Diriger la Recherche) in materials science from the Université de Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France. From 1986 to 1990, Dr. Zaghib developed Al-Mn alloys in molten salts as negative electrodes for Li-ion batteries. In 1990, Dr Zaghib published a new method to enhance the electrodeposition of metals. He was a post-doctoral fellow (1990-1992) under a Saft-DGA contract. From 1992 to 1995, Dr. Zaghib was guest researcher for the Japanese Ministry of International Trade and Industry (METI) where he joined the New Sunshine project at ONRI (Osaka, National Research Institute) to develop new materials for lithium-ion batteries. Following his research in Japan, Dr Zaghib joined Hydro-Quebec’s ACEP project where he was instrumental in introducing Li-ion technology to the company. Dr. Zaghib is currently the Project Manager of the Conversion and Storage of Energy Group. At HydroQuébec, he started a collaboration with Michel Armand on new materials and electrolytes. In 1998, Dr. Zaghib started a collaboration with Kim Kinoshita at LBNL to understand the oxidation and irreversible capacity loss versus the particle size of natural graphite. During the last 15 years, Dr. Zaghib has actively collaborated with John Goodenough (University of Texas, Austin), and Christian Julien and Alain Mauger (Paris 6 University, France) to develop the olivine cathode materials for Li-ion batteries. Dr. Zaghib has published 131 papers, 85 patents, and served as editor or co-editor of 11 books. He was organizer or coorganizer of 37 symposia, meetings, workshops. In June 2010, he will be the General Chair of the International Meeting on Lithium Batteries (IMLB) in Montréal, Québec. He is very active in ECS, and recently completed his term as the Chair of the Energy Technology Division. Dr. Zaghib is the recipient of the International Electric Research Exchange (IERE) Research Award (2008) in Iguaçu, Brazil and the International Battery Association (IBA) Research Award in January 2010. (continued on next page)

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Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Division SES Research Young Investigator Award (2010)

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Manuel M. Baizer Award

Mark C. Hersam is currently a professor of materials science and engineering and a professor of chemistry at Northwestern University. He earned a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign (UIUC) in 1996, MPhil in physics from the University of Cambridge in 1997, and a PhD in electrical engineering from UIUC in 2000. In 1999, he also performed research at the IBM T. J. Watson Research Laboratory under the support of an IBM Distinguished Fellowship. His research interests include single molecule chemistry, nanofabrication, scanning probe microscopy, semiconductor surfaces, and carbon nanomaterials. As a faculty member, Dr. Hersam has received several awards including the Beckman Young Investigator Award, NSF CAREER Award, ARO Young Investigator Award, ONR Young Investigator Award, Sloan Research Fellowship, Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, TMS Robert Lansing Hardy Award, AVS Peter Mark Award, and three Teacher of the Year Awards. In recognition of his early career accomplishments, Dr. Hersam was directly promoted from assistant professor to full professor with tenure in 2006. In 2007, Dr. Hersam co-founded NanoIntegris, which is a start-up company focused on supplying high performance carbon nanomaterials.

Toshio Fuchigami received a BE degree from Gunma University in 1969, and ME (1971) and PhD degrees (1974) from Tokyo Institute of Technology. He was an assistant professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology from 1974 to 1986 and was promoted to associate professor in 1986 and then to full professor in 1998. He is currently as a senator of Tokyo Institute of Technology. Dr. Fuchigami has made outstanding and remarkable contributions to the field of synthetic organic electrochemistry over the past 30 years. By using fluorine as a key element and employing mediators, he developed new organic electrosynthesis methods for hetero-atom compounds containing sulfur, nitrogen, iodine, and silicon atoms, based on their characteristics. His main work, “Selective Electrochemical Fluorination of Organic Compounds,” is widely and internationally recognized. Furthermore, he developed methods for volatile organic compound (VOC) free organic electrosynthesis in ionic liquids. Thus, he has developed the new hybrids fields, “Organofluorine Electrochemistry” and “New Electrolytic Systems toward Green Sustainable Chemistry.” Dr. Fuchigami has published over 270 technical papers, 47 review articles, and 35 book chapters. He has organized numerous symposia at ECS meetings and other international meetings, and he currently serves as an officer of the ECS Organic & Biological Electrochemistry Division and as a chair of the ECS Japan Section. He is also a Chair of the Organic Electrochemistry Division of The Electrochemical Society of Japan. He has served as Editor-in-Chief of Electrochemistry (Japan) and as an Associate Editor of the Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan. He also has served on the editorial boards of the Journal of Synthetic Organic Chemistry of Japan and the Journal of Oleo Science (Japan). He is a recipient of the Takeda Award for International Achievement (2006), the Excellent Papers Award of The Electrochemical Society of Japan (2007), and The Electrochemical Society of Japan Award (2008).

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Division SES Research Young Investigator Award (2009) Nikhil Koratkar joined the faculty of the Mechanical, Aerospace, and Nuclear Engineering Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in January 2001 as an assistant professor; he was promoted to associate professor in 2006; and to full professor in 2009 He received his doctorate from the University of Maryland at College Park. Professor Koratkar is a winner of the NSF CAREER Award, RPI Early Career Award, and AHS FrancoisXavier Bagnoud award. He has published over 60 archival journal papers in top nanoscience journals including Nature, Nature Materials, Nano Letters, Advanced Materials, and ACS Nano and Small. He has obtained over $6.2 million in research funding from various agencies including NSF, ONR, ARO, Benet Labs, AEC, and industry. Professor Koratkar’s research interests are focused on graphene and carbon nanotube synthesis and their integration into polymer and ceramic matrix composites. His group also works on the fabrication and patterning of metal and siliconbased nanostructures by oblique angle deposition and their application in energy conversion and storage devices. Other areas of research include development of nanoscale devices including sensors, actuators, and membranes. Koratkar’s group is also actively engaged in understanding wetting and electrowetting phenomena at the micro and nano scales and in the development of super-hydrophobic/super-hydrophilic surfaces and phase change phenomena at small scales.

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1830 For the Rest of Us... Regency E/F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

0800 Vittorio de Nora Award Lecture Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

1700 ECS Lecture Regency D/E/F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Tuesday, AM

A1

General Student Poster Session V. Desai Chaitanya, G. Botte, V. R. Subramanian, and K. Sundaram All Divisions

A2

Nanotechnology General Session W. Van Schalkwijk, C. Bock, and E. Traversa All Divisions

B1

Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session W. Van Schalkwijk, A. Manivannan, and S. R. Narayan Battery / Energy Technology

Abst 136-147 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 148-157 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 158-168 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Advanced Organic and Inorganic Materials for Electrochemical Power Sources X. Zhang, D. Chu, P. S. Fedkiw, and C. Wang Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Abst 280-287 Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 288-295 Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 296-306 Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

B3

Batteries for Renewable Energy Storage D. H. Doughty, B. Liaw, S. R. Narayan, and V. Srinivasan Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Abst 352-359 Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 360-366 Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

B4

Biological Fuel Cells 4 S. Calabrese Barton, P. Atanassov, K. Kano, S. Minteer, and I. Taniguchi Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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Post 1-82 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 394-403 Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Vancouver, Canada IApril 25-30, 2010 April 27 PM

Wednesday, April 28 AM

Thursday, April 29

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Abst 103- 112 Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 113-123 Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 124- 135 Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 222-234 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 235-246 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 247-261 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 433-441 Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 442-451 Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 452-460 Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Friday, April 30 AM

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Abst 262-271 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 272-279 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

1400 Henry B. Linford Award Lecture Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Post 83-102 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 169-182 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 183-210 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 211-221 Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 307-317 Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 318-341 & 1014 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 342-351 Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 367-374 Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont Post 375-384 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 385-393 Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 404-414 Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 415-422 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 423-432 Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Combinatorial Screening of Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage V. Ramani, J. Dahn, and K. Rajeshwar Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

B6

Economics and Policy Issues in Energy Conversion, Transmission, and Storage J. Whitacre, B. Liaw, and E. Traversa Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials

B7

Electrode Processes Relevant to Fuel Cell Technology V. I. Birss, P. Kulesza, W. Mustain, K. Ota, and D. P. Wilkinson Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology

Abst 482-492 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 493-501 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 502-512 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Abst 513-523 Regency B, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

B10

Intercalation Compounds for Energy Conversion and Storage K. Zaghib, K. M. Abraham, C. Julien, and Z. Ogumi Energy Technology / Battery

Abst 624-634 Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 635-642 Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 643-655 Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

B11

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 7 M. Mogensen, S. Adler, T. Armstrong, T. GĂźr, V. R. Subramanian, H. Yokokawa, and X. Zhou High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology

Abst 660-665 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 666-671 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 672-682 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

B12

Metal/Air and Metal/Water Batteries K. Zaghib, K. M. Abraham, and S. R. Narayan Energy Technology / Battery

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Electrochemistry in Medicine and Biomedical Applications C. Bock, J. Burgess, B. Eggers, P. Hesketh, C. Holmes, and J. Mauzeroll Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Abst 745-754 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 767-774 Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 775-779 Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 780-786 Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Post 461 & 462 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 463-468 Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 469-474 Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 475-477 Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 478-481 Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 569-579 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Abst 580-590 Regency B, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 703-713 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 524-534 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 535-568 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

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Abst 591-601 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 602-612 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 613-623 Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 714-721 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 722-732 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 733-738 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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PM

Post 656-659 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 683-690 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 691-702 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 739-744 Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Post 755-763 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 764-766 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Abst 787-791 Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 792-797 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 798-801 Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Abst 802-809 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 810-817 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 818-827 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 828-835 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Manuel M. Baizer Award Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry A. J. Fry and J. Yoshida Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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Organic and Biological Electrochemistry General Poster Session J. Burgess Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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Corrosion General Session D. Hansen and A. Alfantazi Corrosion

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Advanced Gate Stack, Source / Drain, and Channel Engineering for Si-Based CMOS 6: New Materials, Processes, and Equipment E. P. Gusev, H. Iwai, D. Kwong, V. Narayanan, M. C. Ozturk, F. Roozeboom, and P. J. Timans Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science & Technology / High Temperature Materials

Abst 913-919 Regency B, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 920-925 Regency B, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 926-932 Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Dielectrics for Nanosystems 4: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing D. Misra, D. Bauza, Z. D. Chen, T. Chikyow, H. Iwai, and Y. Obeng Dielectric Science & Technology

Abst 971-976 Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 977-984 Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 985-991 Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

E3

Integrated Optoelectronics 5 M. J. Deen, Q. Fang, C. Jagadish, and K. Ohashi Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science & Technology

Abst 1032-1038 Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1039-1044 Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1045-1051 Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

E4

Nanoscale Luminescent Materials P. Mascher and D. Lockwood Luminescence and Display Materials / Dielectric Science & Technology

Abst 1079-1086 Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1087-1092 Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1093-1097 Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

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Thursday, April 29

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Abst 875-885 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 886-896 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 897-905 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 906-912 Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 992-1000 Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt Post 1001-1013 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1015-1023 Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt (Abst 1014: See B2, Tuesday)

Abst 1024-1031 Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1052-1061 Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1062-1068 Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1069-1078 Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1098-1099 Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt Post 1100-1111 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1112-1116 Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Friday, April 30 AM

PM

Post 836-843 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Post 844-874 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Abst 933-940 Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Post 941-970 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

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Thermal and Plasma CVD of Nanostructures and Their Applications U. Cvelbar Dielectric Science & Technology / Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures

E6

Wide-Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 11 H. Kim, G. W. Hunter, S. Sarkozy, and E. B. Stokes Electronics and Photonics / Sensor / Luminescence and Display Materials

E7

Graphene, Ge/III-V, and Emerging Materials for Post-CMOS Applications 2 P. Srinivasan, S. De-Gendt, Z. Karim, D. Misra, and Y. Obeng Dielectric Science & Technology

F1

Dealloying Process and Related Synthetic Opportunities T. P. Moffat, J. Erlebacher, and R. Newman Electrodeposition / Corrosion

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PM

Monday, April 26 AM

PM

Abst 1117-1125 Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1126-1130 Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Tuesday, AM

Abst 1137-1144 Cortes Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1145-1151 Cortes Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1179-1184 Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1185-1186; 1201-1203; Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont (Abst 1187: See Tues. PM)

Abst 1188-1194 Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Electrochemical Engineering for the 21st Century (dedicated to Richard C. Alkire) J. Harb, H. Deligianni, J. Fenton, K. Hebert, V. R. Subramanian, and R. Varijian Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Corrosion / Energy Technology

Abst 1240-1248 Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1249-1255 Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1256-1264 Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

G1

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session G. Pillay Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Abst 1292-1301 Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1302-1309 Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

G3

Electrochemical Technologies for Hydrogen Production S. N. Lvov, V. R. Subramanian, J. Weidner, and M. Williams Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials

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Vancouver, Canada IApril 25-30, 2010 April 27 PM

Wednesday, April 28 AM

PM

Thursday, April 29 AM

PM

Friday, April 30 AM

PM

Post 1131-1136 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1152-1158 Cortes Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Post 1159-1172 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1173-1178 Cortes Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1187; 1195-1200; Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1204-1211 Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1212-1215 Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1216-1223 Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1224-1231 Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1277-1286 Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1287-1291 Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1327-1336 Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1337-1340 Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1265-1269 Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt Post 1270-1276 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1232-1239 Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Post 1310-1321 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Post 1322-1326 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

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Abst 1341-1349 Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

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Electrochemistry in Mineral and Metal Processing 8 (EMMP 8) F. M. Doyle, G. H. Kelsall, and R. Woods Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Abst 1350-1354 Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1355-1362 Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1363-1370 Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

G5

Fuel Cell Membranes, Electrode Binders, and MEA Performance B. Pivovar, J. Muldoon, and P. Pintauro Industrial Electrochemical and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology

Abst 1390-1399 Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1400-1407 Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1408-1416 Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

H1

Electron Transfer and Applications of Fullerenes and Nanostructured Materials F. D’Souza, S. Fukuzumi, and D. M. Guldi Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

H2

Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes N. MartĂ­n and J. F. Nierengarten Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

Abst 1472-1483 Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1484-1491 Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1492-1497 Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

H3

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Fundamental Properties and Processes R. Weisman, S. Doorn, and M. Zheng Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

Abst 1500-1511 Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1512-1519 Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1520-1531 Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

H4

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Applications and Devices S. Rotkin, Y. Gogotsi, H. Grebel, M. Heben, and P. V. Kamat Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

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Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules H. Shinohara, T. Akasaka, and A. L. Balch Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

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Monday, April 26

Abst 1451-1459 Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1538-1543 Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

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PM

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Abst 1371-1378 Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Post 1379-1380 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1381-1385 Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1386-1389 Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1544-1554 Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt Post 1555-1558 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1559-1569 Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1570-1580 Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Post 1593-1596 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1597-1607 Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1608-1615 Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

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Friday, April 30 AM

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Abst 1417-1424 Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt Post 1425-1450 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1460-1469 Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt Post 1470-1471 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Post 1498-1499 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1532-1533 Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt Post 1534-1537 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

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Porphyrins and Supramolecular Assemblies N. SolladiĂŠ, K. Kadish, and R. Paolesse Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

H9

Nanostructures for Energy Conversion H. Imahori and P. V. Kamat Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures / Energy Technology

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session S. Minteer, Z. P. Aguilar, J. Burgess, and P. Tunon-Blanco Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

I3

Charge Transfer: Electrons, Protons, and Other Ions S. Paddison and P. Trulove Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

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Progress in Spectro-Electrochemistry and Surface Science of Electrocatalytical Interfaces (In Memory of E. B. Yeager) R. Holze and D. Gervasio Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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In Situ Scanning Probe Microscopy and Spectroscopy in Electrochemistry S. Morin, O. Magnussen, and N. Missert Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

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Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session G. W. Hunter, Z. P. Aguilar, M. Carter, and J. Li Sensor

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Electrochemical Nano/Bio Sensors 2 J. Burgess, H. De Long, L. Nagahara, A. L. Simonian, I. Taniguchi, and E. Traversa Sensor / Physical and Anayltical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / High Temperature Materials

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Abst 1616-1627 Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1628-1635 Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1636-1638 Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1670-1681 Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont (Abst 1682: See Tues. PM)

Abst 1683-1693 Galiano Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1722-1728 Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1729-1732 Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1733-1739 Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1745-1750 Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1767-1773 Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1774-1778 Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1779-1786 Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1790-1800 Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

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Abst 1639-1646 Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt Post 1647-1651 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1652-1662 Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1663-1669 Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Thursday, April 29 AM

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Abst 1829-1838 Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Abst 1839-1849 Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Friday, April 30 AM

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Abst 1682; 1694-1706; Galiano Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Post 1707-1721 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Abst 1740-1743 Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont Post 1744 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Abst 1751-1759 Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1760-1766 Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Post 1787-1789 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Post 1801-1808 Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Post 1809-1812 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1813-1819 Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Abst 1820-1824 Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Post 1825-1828 Exhibit & Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

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Sunday, April 25

Technical Sessions Sunday, April 25

11:40 809

0900h �������� Full Day Short Courses Begin 1400h �������� Half-Day Short Course and Corporate Tutorial Begin

Baizer II Co-Chairs: Ikuzo Nishiguchi and Jean Lessard

1730h �������� 5th ECS Student Mixer

14:00 810

ArS + Initiated Addition of ArSSAr to Dienes via Intramolecular C-C Bond Formation – J. Yoshida, K. Matsumoto, S. Fujie, S. Suga and T. Nokami (Kyoto University)

14:20

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Bithiophene Electropolymerization: Comparing the Effect of the Medium Acidity Level in Acetonitrile – P. EspinozaMontero and B. A. Frontana-Uribe (National Autonomous University of Mexico)

14:40

812

Electrochemical Transformation of α-Silylcarboxylic Acids into Novel Disilylalkanes – A. Shtelman (Ben-Gurion University) and J. Y. Becker (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)

1830h �������� For the Rest of Us—“Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene: Prospects in Electronics and Photonics,” Phaedon Avouris, Regency E/F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt 1900h �������� Electronics and Photonics Division Award Reception and General Meeting, Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt 1930h �������� Sunday Evening Get-Together, Pacific Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

C2

Manuel M. Baizer Award Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry

15:00 813

15:20

814

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Baizer I Co-Chairs: Albert J. Fry and Jun-ichi Yoshida

08:00 802

Electrosynthesis of Organofluorine Compounds Toward Green Sustainable Chemistry – T. Fuchigami (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

09:20

803

Competition Studies and Nitrogen-Trapping Groups: New Insights into the Anodic Olefin Coupling Reaction – H. Xu and K. D. Moeller (Washington University in St. Louis)

09:40 804

Amphiphilic Viologen in Water: ElectroGeneration of Organic Reductants in Water and Application to Reductive Coupling of Ar-X – T. Yamamoto, M. Kuroboshi and H. Tanaka (Okayama University)

10:00 805

Stability of and Electron Transfer Through SelfAssembled Monolayers of Conformationally Constrained Peptides – S. Antonello, P. Gobbo, I. Guryanov, M. Hesari, M. Zamuner and F. Maran (University of Padova)

10:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:40

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Iron Salt-Catalyzed One Pot Nazarov/Michael Reaction in an Ionic Liquid Solvent System – T. Itoh, C. Ibara, M. Fujiwara, S. Hayase, M. Kawatsura and M. Nanjo (Tottori University)

11:00

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Boron-Doped Diamond Electrodes as Novel Tools for Electroorganic Synthesis – S. R. Waldvogel (Bonn University)

11:20

808

Electroreduction of Nitrocyclopropanes – F. Couture-Martin (Université de Sherbrooke), C. Cristea (University of Medecine and Pharmacy), A. Sardashti (University of Sistan), J. Chapuzet and J. Lessard (Université de Sherbrooke)

Development of a Chemoselective CrossCoupling Reaction System Using a MicroFlow Reactor – F. Amemiya, T. Fuchigami and M. Atobe (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Further Exploration of the Redox Chemistry of Strained Hydrocarbons and the Pseudopterosins – S. Yoo, W. Zhong, J. Mallory, D. Day, R. Jacobs (University of California, Santa Barbara) and D. Little (University of California)

15:40 815

Synthesis of 2-Aryl-3,3,3-Trifluoropropanoic Acids, β,β,β-Trifluorinated Analogues of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, by Electrochemical Carboxylation of (1-Bromotrifluoroethyl)arenes – H. Senboku, Y. Yamauchi and S. Hara (Hokkaido University)

16:00 816

Electrochemical Reduction of 1-(2-Chloroethyl)-2-Nitrobenzene at Carbon Electrodes in Dimethylformamide – P. Du and D. G. Peters (Indiana University)

817

Catalytic Function of Polymer-Supported B12 Complex Utilizing Electron Transfer – H. Shimaoshi, M. Nishi (Kyushu University), A. Tanaka (Nissan Chemical Industries) and Y. Hisaeda (Kyushu University)

Introductory Remarks (20 Minutes)

08:20

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Synthesis of Epoxyquinols via Anodic Oxidation and Evaluation of NF-κB Inhibitory Activity – T. Saitoh, E. Suzuki, A. Takasugi, R. Obata, Y. Ishikawa, K. Umezawa and S. Nishiyama (Keio University)

16:20

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Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry I Co-Chairs: Mark Anderson and Shelley Minteer

08:00 1670

Mass Transport and Electrode Kinetics Parameters in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids and in Its Binary Mixture with Organic Solvent – N. Siraj (Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry), G. Grampp (Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry. TUGraz) and S. Landgraf (Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, TUGraz) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Nonadditivity of Faradaic Currents and Modification of Double Layer Capacitance in the Voltammetry of Mixtures of Solutes in Aprotic and Protic Ionic Liquids – A. M. Bond (Monash University), I. Burgar (CSIRO), G. Kennedy, J. Reyna-Gonzalez, M. Shiddiky, A. Torriero and C. Zhao (Monash University)

08:40 1672

On the Meaning of Electrode Potentials Measured by Kelvin Probe on Coated and Bare Metal Surfaces – M. Rohwerder (Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung)

09:00 1673

High Sensitivity Permeation Measurement Set-Up Based on Scanning Kelvin Probe – S. Evers (Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH) and M. Rohwerder (Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung)

09:20 1674

Functionalization of Silicon Surfaces with Redox-Active Organometallic Complexes – B. Fabre, N. Gauthier, G. Argouach, F. Paul (CNRS), M. Humphrey (Australian National University) and P. Hapiot (CNRS)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1675

Effect of Ion-Pairing on the Open Circuit Potential of 3 - Mercaptopropanoic Acid Modified Gold Electrodes – M. R. Anderson (University of Colorado Denver) and A. C. Harper (Berry College)

10:20 1676

Dielectric Relaxation in Dimethyl Sulfoxide/ Water Mixtures Studied by Microwave Dielectric Relaxation Spectroscopy – Z. Lu (RIT), E. Manias, M. Lanagan and D. Macdonald (Penn State University)

10:40 1677

Experimental Manipulation of Interfacial Molecular Assemblies – M. R. Anderson (University of Colorado Denver)

11:00 1678

Electropolymerization of Phenol on FTO Modified ZrO2 Nanoelectrode Arrays: Morphology and Electrochemical Properties – J. Mosa (UPMC-CNRS-Collège de France), D. Grosso (Université Pierre et Marie Curie), C. Laberty-Robert and C. Sanchez (UPMCCNRS-Collège de France)

11:20 1679

Methodology for Potentiometric Fluoride Analysis with Improved Sensitivity – T. Aarhaug and K. Nagy (SINTEF)

11:40 1680

Microwave Effects on Electroformation of Metals and Metal Oxides – L. Rassaei (University of Bath), R. Compton (University of Oxford) and F. Marken (University of Bath)

12:00 1681

Atomistic Simulation of the Aqueous Sulfuric Acid/ Pt(111) Interface as a Function of Potential – J. A. Santana (University of Puerto Rico), C. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus) and Y. Ishikawa (University of Puerto Rico)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Monday, April 26 0800h �������� 2010 Vittorio de Nora Award Lecture—“Toward Energy Storage for Renewable Generation,” by Derek Pletcher, Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session, Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Monday, April 26

08:20 1671

0930h �������� Technical Session Coffee Break, Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor, English Bay, 34th Floor Hyatt; and British Columbia Foyer, Conference Floor, Fairmont 1215h �������� Industrial Electrochemistry & Electrochemical Engineering Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, English Bay, 34th Floor, Hyatt (ticket required) 1215h �������� Physical and Analytical Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, The Roof, 15th Floor Fairmont (ticket required) 1700h �������� The ECS Lecture—“The Future of Energy Conversion: A Perspective from the Chemical Industry,” by William Banholzer, Regency D/E/F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt 1800h �������� Monday Evening Mixer, Student Poster Session, and Technical Exhibit Opening, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

A1

General Student Poster Session

All Divisions

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Poster Session Co-Chairs: V. Desai Chaitanya, G. Botte, V. R. Subramanian, and K. Sundaram

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Photocatalytic Water Splitting under Visible Light by Eosin-Y Dye Sensitized Co-Doped TiO2 Catalyst – T. Le, S. Akhtar and O. Yang (Chonbuk National University)

2

Highly Ordered Nanoporous Alumina on Conducting Substrates: Universal Templates for Fabrication of Ultrahigh Density Arrays of Free Standing and Vertically Aligned Nanorods – J. Byun, J. Lee, S. Kwon, G. Jeon and J. Kim (POSTECH)

3

Separation and Characterization of MixedMetal Endohedral Fullerenes – K. Chen, B. Q. Mercado (University of California, Davis), C. Beavers (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), J. Rodriguez, J. Maslenikova, C. Rose, S. Stevenson (University of Southern Mississippi), M. Olmstead and A. L. Balch (University of California, Davis) 33


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4

Reversible and Irreversible Capacity of Carbonized Electrospun Nanofibers as Anodes in Li-Ion Cells – A. J. Loebl, J. Thornton, J. Cuomo and P. Fedkiw (North Carolina State University)

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Electroreduction of Carbon Dioxide on Modified p-Si(111) – C. Désilets (Universite de Sherbrooke), M. Morin, D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal) and G. M. Brisard (Universite de Sherbrooke)

5

Modelling Mannitol Dehydrogenase for Development of a Thermostable Bioelectronic Interface – J. L. Beauchamp, R. Worden and C. Vieille (Michigan State University)

20

Electrochemical Studies of Cs, CsO and CsI Layers Prepared in Ultra High Vacuum – J. Drnec and D. Harrington (University of Victoria)

6

Grain Size Dependence Characteristic of ZnO-Channel Thin Films Transistors – S. Ebrahimi Takalloo and E. Asl Soleimani (Univesrity of Tehran)

21

Effect of Sulfur and Oxygen Inclusion on Magnetic Properties of Electrodeposited CoFe Nanowires – A. Kola and D. Davis (Louisiana Tech University)

7

CO Stripping from Ru Nanoparticles – P. Ochal, J. Gomez de la Fuente, M. Tsypkin, F. Seland and S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

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Studies in Developing Electrochemical Immunoassay Microarrays – C. R. Williams and I. Fritsch (University of Arkansas)

Study of Electrochemical Performance of Different Nanocomposite Electrolytes for Bioethanol Based Fuel Cell – S. K. Imran, R. Raza and B. Zhu (Royal Institute of Technology, KTH)

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Synthesis and Characterization of LiMPO4/ C (M = Fe, Mn and Co) Nanocomposite Cathodes of Lithium Batteries – T. Doan, M. Konarova and I. Taniguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Surface Morphology Effects of Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes on Specific Capacitance for Electrochemical Capacitor Applications – R. S. Hsu, Z. Chen, D. C. Higgins, H. Tao and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

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Electromigration Activation Energy for Gold Interconnects – S. Kilgore and D. Schroder (Arizona State University)

11

Metal Oxide/Graphene Nano-Hybrid Materials for Electrochemical Capacitor Applications – S. Bak and K. Kim (Yonsei University)

Effect of Ball-Milling on Physical and Electrochemical Properties of Lead Dioxide: Effect of Addition of Sodium Chloride on the Specific Surface Area – C. Hamel (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique), K. Armstrong (INRS-EMT), T. Brousse (École Polytech Nantes), D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal) and D. Guay (INRSÉnergie, Matériaux Télécommunications)

12

High Performance Nonprecious Metal Catalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells – J. Kim, J. Choi, R. S. Hsu and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

25

Graphene/Manganese Oxide Composites for Supercapacitor – S. Sy, A. Yu and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

13

The Effect of the Oxygen-Containing Functional Groups on the Electrochemical Reduction of Oxygen of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Acid Media – K. Matsubara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) and K. Waki (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

26

Spectroelectrochemical Studies of Liposome Adsorption on Au(111) – A. Musgrove and D. Bizzotto (University of British Columbia)

27

Complete Glycerol Oxidation: Development of a Hybrid Enzymatic-Metallic Biofuel Cell – A. Falase (University of New Mexico), C. Lau, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), R. Arechederra, Z. Zulic and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)

28

Incorporating Shewanella Onedensis MR-1 in Silica Films Derived by Chemical Vapor Deposition – J. N. Roy, C. Lau, L. Ista, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), H. Luckarift and G. R. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)

29

Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes Based Nonprecious Metal Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction at Alkaline Fuel Cell Cathode – Z. Chen and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

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Studies of Formic Acid Oxidation at Pd Electrodes Surface Modified with Pb or Sb – J. Sun and D. Harrington (University of Victoria) Towards a Printable Battery Package: Robocast Deposition of Indium Materials for Battery Packaging – A. W. Cook, E. Branson (Sandia National Laboratories), K. Fenton (University of New Mexico), C. Stewart (Sandia National Labs), P. Clem and C. Apblett (Sandia National Laboratories) DNA-Directed Assembly of Enzymes and Nanomaterials: Small Laccase - Carbon Nanotube Supramolecular Assemblies – S. Brocato (University of New Mexico), C. Lau (The University of New Mexico), E. Chi, M. Werner-Washburne (University of New Mexico), P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), G. Szilvay, C. Li and S. Banta (Columbia University)

30

Reversible Potentials for O(ads) Formation from OH(ads) on Pt (111) for Different OH and H2O Coverages – F. Tian (Case Western Reserve Univ) and A. B. Anderson (Case Western Reserve University)

31

Charge Transfer and Conductivity Measurements of Lithium Titanate at Low Temperatures – S. Rickman, B. Deveney and K. Nechev (Saft America Inc.)

Diagnostic Methods of Solar Cell Based on Temperature Dependence – J. Dolensky, A. Vesely (BUT FEEC), J. Vanek (Brno University of Technology) and J. Hrozek (BUT FEEC)

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Novel Synthesis Methods and Post-Synthetic Treatments for the Preparation of NixMn xCo12x(OH) 2 – I. R. Rodrigues, J. Wontcheu and D. MacNeil (UdeM)

Dissolution Rate of Pt Catalyst by Using EQCM Flow Cell and ICP-MS Analysis – S. Kim (The University of Texas, Austin) and J. Meyers (The University of Texas at Austin)

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Stability and Degradation Mechanism of La2O3 Metal-Insulator-Metal Capacitors under Constant Voltage Stress – S. Wu, C. Deng, T. Hou and B. Chiou (Institute of Electronics, National Chiao-Tung University)

34

Effect of Annealing on Dielectric Properties of Boron Carbo Nitride Thin Films Prepared by Reactive Sputtering – V. Todi, K. Sundaram, K. Coffey (University of Central Florida) and S. King (Intel Corporations)

35

A 1D Model for the Chemical Degradation of Nafion: Impact of Microstructure Modification on Cell Potential – R. Coulon (CEA), W. Bessler (DLR/ITT/ECE) and A. A. Franco (Atomic Energy Commission of France (CEA)/LITEN/DTH/LCPEM)

36

Electrochemical Evaluations of KOH-Silicate Based Magnesium Anodic Coatings – L. Liu and C. Lin (National Taiwan University)

37

The I-V Characteristics and Optical Properties of Hydrogenated Amorphous Silicon Germanium p-i-n Solar Cells – W. Son, J. Kim, J. Shin and S. Choi (Kyungpook National University)

47

A Study of Properties of F- Removal in Dilute Solutions Using Mesoporous Carbon Electrodes – M. Hamada, S. Yoshida, K. Nakagawa and H. Oda (Kansai University)

48

Cubic ZrO2 as Charge-Trapping Layer for Nonvolatile Memory Application – Y. Hu, L. Chen, J. Wu, M. Wu, C. Chang and Y. Wu (National Tsing Hua University)

49

Ab Initio of Nb Oxides as Support Materials for Pt Catalyst – L. Wang (Simon Fraser University), K. Malek (National Research Council of Canada) and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University)

50

A Copper Electrodeposition Technique for Through-Hole Filling – C. Lu and W. Dow (National Chung Hsing University)

51

Sterilization Characteristics of Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Torch for Medical Applications – T. Kim, J. Yim, C. Jeong and W. Lee (Kangwon National University)

52

Cavitation Behavior and Electrochemical Characteristics with Spray Distance of Al-ZnZr Alloy Thermal Spray Coating – S. Kim and S. Lee (Mokpo Maritime University)

38

Improvement of Drift Characteristic to Continuously Measure Al2O3 pH-ISFET with the Protective Structure – S. Lee and S. Choi (Kyungpook National University)

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Dependence of Memory Margin on Interface Trap Density in the Cap-Less Memory Cell – T. Kim, C. Lee (Nano-SOI Process Laboratory), S. Kim, T. Shim and J. Park (Advanced Semiconductor Material and Device Development Center)

Electrodeposition of Cu-Sn Alloy in Zinc Chloride-1-Ethyl-3-Methylimidazolium Chloride Ionic Liquids – Y. Hsieh, C. Tai and I. Sun (National Cheng Kung University)

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Influence of Doping on Electroless Ni Deposition in Single Crystalline Si – D. Lee, D. Kim and B. Yoo (Hanyang University)

Chemical Bath Deposition of ZnO Buffer Layer for Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Solar Cells – Y. Kusano, J. Sasano (Toyohashi University of Technology), T. Shinagawa (Osaka Municipal Technical Research Insitute), S. Ishizuka, S. Niki (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) and M. Izaki (Toyohashi University of Technology)

41

Effect of Operating Temperature on Memory Margin of Cap-Less Memory Cell – S. Kim, J. Oh, K. Choi, M. Shin (Advanced Semiconductor Material and Device Development Center), T. Kim (Nano-SOI Process Laboratory), T. Shim and J. Park (Advanced Semiconductor Material and Device Development Center)

55

Effects of Atmospheric Pressure DBD Plasma on Reaction Between Carbon Dioxide and Methane – T. Kim, H. Son and W. Lee (Kangwon National University)

56

Electrodeposition of Silver(I) Oxide Thin Films from the Solutions Containing Ag-Lysine Complex – T. Ohata, J. Sasano, M. Inoue and M. Izaki (Toyohashi University of Technology)

57

Controlled the Orientation of Multicopper Oxidases for Direct Electron Transfer – P. De la Iglesia (University of New Mexico), D. Ivnitski, C. Lau and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

58

Electrical Bistability of Polystyrene Thin Films Embedded with Low-Dimensional Nanostructures – Y. Lin (National United University), J. Wang (Ming Chi University of Technology) and Y. Lai (National United University)

59

The Reliability of LTPS-TFTs Alternately Stressed in OFF Region – H. Liu, S. Chiou and F. Wang (National Chung Hsing University)

60

Surface Modifications of Nano Carbon Materials for Electrochemical Capacitors – T. Akter and K. K. Lian (University of Toronto)

61

Study of Boron-Doped ZnO Transparent Conductive Thin Films – L. Wong, Y. Lai and C. Hsi (National United University)

62

Numerical Simulation for Convective Effect on Silicon Transport and Dissolution in a Germanium Melt – R. Motomura, Y. Takagi, Y. Okano (Shizuoka University), N. Armour and S. Dost (University of Victoria)

42

Electrochemical and Surface Characterization of Au Nanoparticle/Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Composites – N. Alexeyeva, J. Kozlova, V. Sammelselg, P. Ritslaid, H. Mändar and K. Tammeveski (University of Tartu)

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Effect of Ultraviolet-Ozone Treatment of Indium-Tin-Oxide on Hole Injection Efficiency of OLEDs – I. Lee, K. Hong, K. Kim, S. Kim and J. Lee (POSTECH)

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Development of PBI Electrodes for High Temperature Fuel Cells – H. Lee, H. Kim (Seoul National University), H. Kim, D. Lee, J. Jang and T. Lim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

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Antibacterial Effects of Silver and Cerium Containing on Medical Stainless Steel – K. Ou, P. Peng (Taipei Medical University), H. Lin (Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology) and Y. Pan (National Taiwan University) Effects of Ethanolamine Aqueous Solutions on Dissolution of Copper Surface – C. Ko and W. Lee (Kangwon National University)

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Noncovalent Functionalization of SWNTs with Conjugated Polymers – P. Imin, F. Cheng and A. Adronov (McMaster University)

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Novel Pd Anodes for Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cells – S. Sanii and E. Gyenge (University of British Columbia)

Gold Nanoparticle Patterning on Carbon Nanotube Films and Its Application to Electrochemical Detection of Hydroxylamine – M. Bui, X. Pham, K. N. Han, C. Li and G. Seong (Hanyang University)

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Design and Characterization of Au|Quartz Microelectrodes – J. R. Casanova-Moreno, D. Bizzotto (University of British Columbia), J. Mauzeroll and A. Mezour (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Electrochemical Detection of Hydroxylamine Based on Gold Nanoparticles Patterned Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Films – M. Bui, X. Pham, K. N. Han, C. Lee and G. Seong (Hanyang University)

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Electrogenerated Fenton Reagent in a FlowCell Using a Paired Process Fitted with Conducting Polymer Modified Cathode for Hydrogen Peroxide Production; Comparison with Carbon Based Cathodes – B. A. Frontana-Uribe (National Autonomous University of Mexico), R. Vásquez-Medrano, J. Ibáñez, A. García, C. Garduño, D. Barranco, B. Villa and M. Serrano (Universidad Iberoamericana)

Electrochemical Oxidation of Ammonia on Platinum Electrodeposited onto Pyrolitic Graphite – S. Le Vot (Université du Québec à Montréal), D. Reyter, L. Roué (INRS EMT Varennes) and D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal)

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Electrochemical Response of a High Temperature SOFC Fueled by PH3 Containing Coal Syngas – K. R. De Silva (Ohio University), B. J. Kaseman and D. J. Bayless (Mechanical Engineering, Ohio University)

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Enhancement of ORR by Electrodeposited CoFePt Multilayered Alloys – A. Avekians and E. Podlaha (Northeastern University)

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The Gas- and Photon-Sensing Properties of Fluorinated SnO2 Nanowire Based Sensors – Y. Lin and H. Shih (National Tsing Hua University)

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Study of Formaldehyde and Carbon Monoxide Oxidation on Palladium in Sulfuric Acid by Dynamic Impedance Spectroscopy – R. L. Sacci and D. Harrington (University of Victoria)

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Promising Alternative for a CO2 Tolerant Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – J. A. Vega, S. Smith, C. Chartier and W. Mustain (University of Connecticut)

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PEDOT-Modified Flexible Carbon-Based Electrode for Supercapacitor and Fuel-Cell Applications – C. Chu and C. Sun (Chang Gung University)

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Corrosion Behavior of Protective Coating Film Fabricated by PEO Process in High Si Aluminum Alloy – H. Jung, C. Chang (University of California-Riverside), D. Park (Hanbat National University), Y. Choi, B. Park (Optrontec) and N. V. Myung (University of California-Riverside) Morphology Controlled 1-D Pt Nanostructures Synthesized by Galvanic Displacement of Cu Nanowires – D. Park (Hanbat National University), H. Jung, Y. Rheem (University of California-Riverside), Y. Koo, Y. Choa (Hanyang University), J. Ko (Hanbat National University) and N. V. Myung (University of California-Riverside)

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Investigation of Anticorrosive Performances for Some Environment Friendly Coatings – E. Vasilescu, P. Drob, C. Pirvu, C. Vasilescu, J. Calderon Moreno and S. I. Drob (Institute of Physical Chemistry)

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Electrochemical Patterning of Platinum Nanoparticles for Methanol Oxidation on Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Films – C. Li, K. N. Han, M. Bui, X. Pham and G. Seong (Hanyang University)

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Micropatterning of Flexible Carbon Nanotube Films by Electrochemical Reaction – K. N. Han, C. Li, M. Bui, X. Pham and G. Seong (Hanyang University)

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Electrochemical Detection of Glucose on Chitosan Modified Carbon Nanotube Films – X. Pham, M. Bui, C. Li, K. N. Han and G. Seong (Hanyang University)

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Doping Controlled Stabilization of Passive Film in Fe-Based Bulk Metallic Glasses – Z. Wang and J. Wang (Institute of Metal Research)

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Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session

Battery / Energy Technology Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Lithium-Ion Cathodes

08:00

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)

08:10 136

Overpotential- and Size-Dependent Phase Transition Behavior of Nanoscale Olivines – M. Tang (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), Y. Kao (MIT), N. Meethong (Khon Kaen University), J. Belak (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), W. Carter and Y. Chiang (MIT)

08:30 137

Studies of the Performance of LiNi1/3Mn1/3Co1/3O2 Electrodes and Aluminum Current Collectors for Advanced Lithium-Ion Batteries – F. Amalraj, H. Sclar (Bar-Ilan University), D. Kovacheva, E. Zhecheva, R. Stoyanova (Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Academy of Sciences), R. Lavi, O. Girshevitz, J. Grinblat, B. Markovsky and D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University)

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Synthesis and Performance of High Tap Density LiFePO4 Cathode Materials Doped with Copper Ions – Z. Chang, H. Lv, H. Tang (Henan Normal University), X. Yuan and H. Wang (Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation, National Research)

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High Power Lithium-Ion Batteries Employing Porous Al Current-Collector with Conformal Carbon Coating – H. Wu (National Taiwan university), H. Wu (Materials Research Laboratories) and N. Wu (National Taiwan University)

09:30 140

Effects of Impurities on the Cycling Performance of LiFePO4 Cathode Materials – S. Wu, M. Chen and J. Shiu (Tatung University)

09:50

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LiMn2-xCoxO4 Cathode Material for Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries – R. Singhal, K. Asmar, R. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico) and A. Manivannan (U.S. DOE/NETL) Gas Evolution of Overlithiated Li2NiO2 as Cathode Active Material for Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries and Al2O3 Coating to Suppress the Gas Evolution – C. Back, I. Yoon, W. Choi, J. Kim, J. Lee, J. Ryu, Y. Kim, J. Moon, S. Park and G. Kim (Samsung SDI) Investigation of Lithium Insertion/ Extraction Induced Morphology Changes in Micro-Machined Specimens of Li-Ion Battery Cathode Material – S. Kalnaus (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), J. Park, M. Park (University of Michigan), C. Daniel (Oak Ridge National Lab), A. Sastry (University of Michigan) and N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

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Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes) Thin Film Ru Oxide/Carbon Fabric Composites for Supercapacitors – X. Liu and P. G. Pickup (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

15:25 153

Enhancement of Capacitive Behavior of Manganese Oxide Electrodes Through Microstructural Changes – B. Babakhani and D. Ivey (University of Alberta)

15:40 154

The Effect of Applied Force on the Performance Characteristics of a Supercapacitor – G. Gourdin (University of Massachusetts Boston), P. Smith, T. Jing (Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division) and D. Qu (University of Massachusetts Boston)

15:55 155

Synthesis of Birnessite Type MnO2 Nanotubes and Their Application in Aqueous Supercapacitors – A. J. Roberts and R. Slade (University of Surrey)

Mixed Metal LiFe1-xMn xPO4/C Olivine Composites Prepared by a Simple Nonaqueous Sol-Gel Route – T. Jones, J. Forrester and S. Donne (University of Newcastle)

Electrodeposited Manganese Oxides for Supercapacitors – A. Cross (Unviersity of Newcastle), T. Hollenkamp (CSIRO Division of Energy Technology) and S. Donne (University of Newcastle)

16:25

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Size Effects in Oxide Nanomaterials for Electrochemical Capacitors – S. J. Limmer, W. Yelton and B. Bunker (Sandia National Laboratories)

Electrochemical Synthesis and Characterization of Dual-Templated, Mesoporous Vanadium Oxide Nanomaterials for Lithium-Ion Cathodes – T. Gabriel, M. Armstrong, N. Petkov (University College Cork), C. O’Dwyer (University of Limerick) and J. Holmes (University College Cork) LiMn0.8Fe0.2PO4 as a Promising Cathode Material for Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries – S. Martha, J. Grinblat, O. Haik, E. Zinigrad (Bar-Ilan University), T. Drezen, J. Miners, I. Exnar (High Power Lithium), A. Kay (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), B. Markovsky and D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University) The Origin of Charge-Discharge Hysteresis in Insertion Li-Ion Cathodes – W. Dreyer (1Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik), J. Jamnik (National Institute of Chemsitry), C. Guhlke, R. Huth (1Weierstraß-Institut für Angewandte Analysis und Stochastik), J. Moškon (National Institute of Chemistry, Slovenia) and M. Gaberšček (National Institute of Chemistry)

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Lunch break (120 Minutes)

14:30 150

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Studies on LiFePO4 as Cathode Materials in Lithium-Ion-Batteries – T. Chrobak, M. Ender, J. Illig, J. Schmidt (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)), D. Klotz and E. IversTiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

12:00

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Capacitors

In Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy of the Oxygen K-Edge in a Lithiated Transition Metal Oxide Battery – C. Petersburg, R. Daniel, F. Alamgir (Georgia Institute of Technology), C. Jaye and D. Fischer (National Institute of Standards and Technology) Improved Cyclic Performance of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cathode Material by Particle Size Reduction – C. Lin (National Tsing Hua University) and J. Duh (National Tsing-Hua University) Fabrication and Characterization of Nanostructured Manganese Oxide Electrodes for Electrochemical Energy Storage Devices – K. A. Walz (University of Wisconsin), C. Ban and A. Dillon (National Renewable Energy Lab)

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B2

Advanced Organic and Inorganic Materials for Electrochemical Power Sources

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes Co-Chairs: Dominic Gervasio and Sanjeev Mukerjee

08:20 280

High-Capacity Organic Cathode Material Based on Dialkoxybenzoquinone for LithiumIon Batteries – M. Yao, H. Senoh, S. Yamazaki, Z. Siroma, T. Ioroi, N. Fujiwara and K. Yasuda (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

08:40 281

Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Nanostructured Lithium Manganese Oxide on Carbon Materials for Energy Storage Devices – H. Choi, S. Ma and K. Kim (Yonsei University)

09:00 282

Investigation of Silver Vanadium Phosphorous Oxide (Ag2VO2PO4)/Lithium Battery Resistance – A. C. Marschilok, E. Kozarsky, K. Tanzil, K. Takeuchi and E. S. Takeuchi (University at Buffalo)

09:20 283

Lithium Cobalt Oxide/Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposite with High Rate Capability – J. Kim and K. Kim (Yonsei University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 284

An Novel GITT Technique for Phase Transformation Electrodes – Y. Zhu and C. Wang (University of Maryland)

10:20 285

Organic Electrodes for Organic Batteries – B. Esat (Fatih University), C. Kılıc, A. Ata (Gebze Institute of Technology) and M. Kose (North Dakota State University)

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11:00 287

Binder Design for Stable Nano-Silicon Anodes – B. Zdyrko (Clemson University), A. Magasinski, I. Kovalenko, B. Hertzberg, T. Fuller (Georgia Institute of Technology), I. Luzinov (Clemson University) and G. Yushin (Georgia Institute of Technology) A Novel Anode Protection Layer for ThinFilm Rechargeable Lithium Battery – Y. Sabi, K. Takahara, T. Furuya, H. Morioka, M. Adachi and K. Hinokuma (Sony Corporation)

Fuel Cell Electrodes Co-Chairs: Arumugam Manthiram and Rongrong Chen

14:00 288

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Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activities of Carbon-Supported Ag Nanoparticles in Alkaline Media – J. Guo, A. Hsu (IUPUI), D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) and R. Chen (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis) PEM Fuel Cell Catalysts and Catalyst Supports Prepared by Template Assisted Ultrasonic Spray Pyrolysis – H. Liu and J. Zhang (National Research Council of Canada) Pt-Decorated Pd/C Catalysts for MethanolTolerant Oxygen Reduction Reaction – W. He, Z. Li, Z. Zhou (Shanghai Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences), X. Zhang (Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics) and H. Yang (Shanghai Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences) Novel Metastable Pd-Ru Catalysts for Electrooxidation of Formic Acid – P. Kedzierzawski, A. Mikołajczuk, A. Borodzi ński, B. Mierzwa and L. Stobi ński (Institute of Physical Chemistry)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 292

Electrocatalytic Properties of Pt Monolayers on Ni Prepared by Atomic Layer Deposition – Y. Tolmachev, R. Hoover, C. Bekele, D. Boyd and D. Coates (Kent State University)

16:00 293

Pt Monolayers on Au: A Study of Reactivity and Durability in the Oxidation of Ethylene Glycol – R. E. Rettew and F. Alamgir (Georgia Institute of Technology)

16:20 294

Structured Multilayer Electrodes Without Nafion for Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – A. Wolz, S. Zils (Technical University of Darmstadt), M. Michel (LTICRP Henri Tudor) and C. Roth (Technical University of Darmstadt)

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In Situ Studies of Electrode Processes within Alkaline Fuel Cells – F. Brushett, M. Naughton and P. Kenis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

B3

Batteries for Renewable Energy Storage

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Monday Afternoon Co-Chairs: D. Doughty and M. Au

13:40

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Nanostructured Hybrid Silicon/Carbon Nanotube Heterostructures: Novel Reversible High-Capacity Lithium-Ion Anodes – W. Wang and P. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh)

14:20

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The Electrochemical Production of Tin Filled Carbon Nanotubes and Their Use as Anode Materials in Lithium-Ion Batteries – R. Das Gupta (Electrovaya), C. Schwandt and D. Fray (University of Cambridge)

14:40

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Highly Patterned Micron-Sized Ni-Sn Alloys with 3-Dimesionally Ordered Macroporous Structure as Anode for Lithium Batteries – M. Kotobuki, N. Okada, S. Woo, H. Munakata and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

15:00

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Nanoporous Hollow Spheres of Metal Oxides for Li-Ion Rechargeable Batteries – M. Au and T. Adams (Savannah River National Laboratory)

15:20

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Three-Dimensionally Ordered Porous Membrane for High Rechargeable Lithium Metal Anode – K. Sasajima, Y. Yamamoto, H. Munakata and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

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LiCoxMn1-xPO4/C Composites Synthesis by a Combination of Spray Pyrolysis with Wet BallMilling and Their Electrochemical Properties – T. Doan and I. Taniguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

16:20

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ALD Surface Coatings for High Rate Performance of Nanoparticle LiCoO2 – I. D. Scott, A. Cavanagh, S. George and S. Lee (University of Colorado)

16:40

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Synthesis of Nanostructured LiMn2O4 Using Hierarchical MnO2 and Its Electrochemical Performance as Cathode Materials in Li-Ion Batteries – W. Ryu, D. Han, W. Kim and H. Kwon (KAIST)

B7

Electrode Processes Relevant to Fuel Cell Technology

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

PEM Catalysis: Oxygen Reduction 1 Co-Chairs: V. Birss and W. Mustain

08:00 482

Platinum Monolayer Electrocatalysts for O2 Reduction: Pt Monolayer on Carbon-Supported PdIr Nanoparticles – S. L. Knupp (College of Nano Scale Science and Engineering), M. Vukmirovic (Brookhaven National Laboratory), P. Haldar (College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering) and R. Adzic (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

08:20 483

Kinetics of Oxygen Dissociation on Pt(111) – L. Naslund, H. Ogasawara, D. J. Miller (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), H. Oberg (Stockholms Universitet), V. Viswanathan (Stanford University), T. Anniyev (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), H. Pitsch (Stanford University), L. Pettersson (Stockholms Universitet) and A. Nilsson (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Electrocatalytic Activity of (100) Preferentially Oriented Pt Nanostructure – S. Garbarino, A. Ponrouch and D. Guay (INRSÉnergie, Matériaux Télécommunications)

09:00 485

On the Nature of Pt-O Species Observed with XANES and Implications for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – D. Friebel, D. Miller, H. Ogasawara, T. Anniyev, C. O’Grady, U. Bergmann, J. Bargar, A. Nilsson (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory), K. Wikfeldt and L. Pettersson (Stockholm University)

09:20 486

Pt/C vs. Pt xFey/C and Pt xCoy/C Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction: Structure, Activity and Stability – L. Chen (NRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology), C. Bock (National Research Council of Canada), B. MacDougall and P. Mercier (NRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology)

09:40 487

Removing the Low Coordination Sites of Palladium Nanoparticles Using Bromide Adsorption to Enhance the Oxygen Reduction Reaction Kinetics – Y. Cai and R. Adzic (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 488

PEM Fuel Cell Non-Noble Metal Catalysts: Challenges and Perspective – J. Zhang, H. Liu, L. Zhang and R. Baker (National Research Council of Canada)

10:40 489

Electrocatalytic Properties of Metal Nanoparticles for Selective Reduction of Oxygen – F. Mirkhalaf (Coventry University)

11:00 490

Electrocatalytic Activity of Ta Compound Thin Film for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – K. Matsuzawa, A. Kikuchi, A. Ishihara, S. Mitsushima and K. Ota (Yokohama National University)

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Alloys of Platinum and Early Transition Metals as Oxygen Reduction Electrocatalysts – I. E. Stephens, A. Bondarenko, T. Johansson (Technical University of Denmark), T. Jaramillo (Stanford University), I. Chorkendorff (Technical University of Denmark), J. P. Greeley (Argonne National Laboratory), H. Hansen (Technical University of Denmark), F. Calle-Vallejo (DTU), J. Rossmeisl and J. Nørskov (Technical University of Denmark) Photocatalytically Generated Bi- and Trimetallic Oxygen Reduction Catalysts Supported on Titanium Dioxide-Carbon Matrix – K. Rajeshwar, N. De Tacconi, W. Chanmanee (University of Texas at Arlington), W. Wampler, W. Lin and L. Nikiel (Sid Richardson Carbon & Energy Company)

14:40 495

Cu-Containing Oxygen Reduction Catalysts – A. A. Gewirth and M. Thorum (University of Illinois)

15:00 496

Nonprecious Metal Oxide Based Powder Using Group 4 and 5 Metals for PEFC Cathode – K. Ota, K. Matsuzawa, S. Mitsushima and A. Ishihara (Yokohama National University)

15:20 497

Investigation on Niobium and Titanium Oxide Based Catalyst for PEFC – Y. Wakizaka, M. Horikita, T. Imai, R. Monden, C. Yu and K. Lee (Showa Denko)

15:40 498

Development of Less-Expensive Oxide Cathode Catalysts for PEFCs – Y. Takasu, Y. Hongsheng and W. Sugimoto (Shinshu University)

16:00 499

Electrocatalytic Oxygen Reduction and Oxygen Evolution on Manganese Oxide Surfaces – Y. Gorlin and T. Jaramillo (Stanford University)

16:20 500

Mass Transport and ORR Kinetics in Solid Polymer Electrolytes – A. Mani (Simon Fraser University), J. Peron, K. Shi (National Research Council) and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University)

16:40 501

Effect of Heat Treatment on Electronic States of Carbon in Iron Phthalocyanine-Based Oxygen Reduction Catalysts Studied by Soft X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – H. Niwa, M. Saito, M. Kobayashi, Y. Harada, M. Oshima (The University of Tokyo), S. Moriya, K. Matsubayashi, Y. Nabae, S. Kuroki (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Ikeda (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), K. Terakura (Japan Advanced Institute of Science Technology), J. Ozaki (Gunma University) and S. Miyata (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Intercalation Compounds for Energy Conversion

B10 and Storage

Energy Technology / Battery Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Olivines and Oxides Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib and K. Abraham

08:00 624

The Kinetics of Li Incorporation in LiFePO4 – R. Malik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), F. Zhou (University of California, Los Angeles) and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institution of Technology)

08:20 625

Microwave-Solvothermal Synthesis and Characterization of LiFe1-x(VO)xPO4 Cathodes – K. L. Harrison, A. Murugan and A. Manthiram (University of Texas at Austin)

08:40 626

Studies of Ion Mobility in Lithium Vanadium Fluorophosphates Using Multinuclear Solid State NMR – L. J. Davis, L. Cahill (McMaster University), L. Nazar (University of Waterloo) and G. R. Goward (McMaster University)

09:00 627

Relative Thermal Stabilities of Olivine Cathodes Investigated Using First Principles Calculations – S. Ong, A. Jain, G. Hautier, B. Kang and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institution of Technology)

09:20 628

Crystal Structure-Electrochemistry Correlations of Vanadium Phosphates Using In Situ X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy – C. Allen (Northeastern University), K. M. Abraham (Northeatsern University) and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

M Catalysis: Oxygen Reduction 2 Co-Chairs: D. Wilkinson and P. Zelenay

14:00 493

A New Two-Step Synthesis of CoFe-Based Nonprecious Metal ORR Catalysts – G. Wu, M. Nelson, C. Johnston and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

14:20 494

Ti-Co Catalysts Prepared by Polymerized Complex Method as Nonnoble Metal Cathode for PEFC – K. Takanabe, F. Yin, J. Kubota and K. Domen (University of Tokyo)

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Monday, April 26

09:40 629

Crystal Structure and Electrochemical Study of A(Fe1-xM x)SO4F (A = Li/Na; M = Co/Ni/Mn) Fluorosulfates Prepared by Low Temperature Ionothermal Synthesis – P. Barpanda, M. Ati, N. Recham, J. Chotard, W. Walker, M. Armand and J. Tarascon (University of Picardie Jules Verne)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 630

Application of Li-Rich Layered Oxide Cathodes for High Capacity Li-Ion Batteries: Some Practical Issues and Approaches – D. Im (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), J. Kim (Chonnam National University), J. Yoon, K. Park, Y. Ryu, S. Lee, D. Lee and S. Doo (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

10:40 631

Electrochemical Performance of Spinel LiMn2O4 Produced in a Two-Stage Flow Reactor – X. Zhang, R. Axelbaum (Washington University), H. Zheng and V. S. Battaglia (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

11:00 632

Electroactivity and Characterization of Defect Antifluorite Li5Fe1-xCoxO4 and Li6MnO4 Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. S. Johnson and M. Thackeray (Argonne National Laboratory)

11:20 633

Cation-Deficient Spinel Ferrites as IonInsertion Host Materials for Rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries – J. W. Long, B. Hahn, K. Pettigrew, M. Osofsky and D. R. Rolison (Naval Research Laboratory)

11:40 634

Electrochemical Performance of LiF-Coated LiMn2O4 Cathode Material for Li-Ion Batteries – J. Li, J. Xie and Y. Zhang (Beijing Institute of Petrochemical Technology)

16:20 641

Effect of Electrode Morphology on the Electrochemical Performance of LithiumIon Batteries – H. Jannesari (University of Freiburg - Imtek), R. Zengerle and C. Ziegler (University of Freiburg)

16:40 642

The Influence of Nanopores Inside MicronSized Electrode on Diffusion and DiffusionInduced-Stress – S. J. Harris (General Motors R&D Center), Y. Qi (General Motors R&D), R. D. Deshpande, Y. Cheng (University of Kentucky) and I. Dutta (Trison Business Solutions, Inc)

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 7

B11 High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Oxide Ion and Mixed Conductors Co-Chairs: Turgut Gür and Mogens Mogensen

09:55

Introductory Remarks (5 Minutes)

10:00 660

Interfacial Effects on the Ionic Conductivity of Thin Film Electrolytes for MicroSolid Oxide Fuel Cells – E. Traversa (International Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science)

10:20 661

Experimental and Theoretical NMR Spectroscopic Studies of Doped Lanthanum Gallate Anionic Conductors: Ion Mobility and Trapped Defects – F. Blanc, D. Middlemiss (State University of New York) and C. P. Grey (State University of New York at Stony Brook)

10:40 662

BIMEVOX Solid Solutions as Possible Materials for Membranes of Electrochemical Devices – M. V. Morozova, E. Buyanova, J. Emelyanova, Z. Mihailovskaya, A. Shatohina, S. Petrova and V. Zhukovskiy (Ural State University)

Intercalation Compounds for Batteries Co-Chairs: S. R. Narayanan and J. Harris

14:00

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(Energy Technology Division Award Presentation) 15 Years R&D at Hydro-Québec on Li-Ion Technologies for Green Transportation – K. Zaghib (Institut de Recherche d’HydroQuebec)

11:00 663

Plasma Spraying of Lanthanum Silicate Electrolytes for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – S. Dru, K. WittmannTeneze, E. Meillot (CEA-DAM), M. Saboungi and R. Benoit (CRMD)

14:40

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Investigations of the P2-NaxCoO2 Phase Diagram Through an Electrochemical Route – R. Berthelot, D. Carlier, M. Pollet and C. Delmas (CNRS-ICMCB)

11:20 664

Effects of Nanosized Metal Addition on Mixed Conductivity in Pr2NiO4 Based Oxide – T. Ishihara and K. Tominaga (Kyushu University)

15:00

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Investigation of Vanadium Oxides Prepared by Ion Exchange – E. S. Takeuchi, C. Lee, A. Subramanian, K. Takeuchi and A. C. Marschilok (University at Buffalo)

11:40 665

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Hydrothermal Synthesis of TiO2 Nanowire Electrodes with High-Rate Performance – H. Shim (Ajou University), D. Lee, K. Hong (Seoul National University) and D. Kim (Ajou University)

Oxygen Nonstoichiometry and Charge Transfer in Double Perovskites GdBaCo2-xM xO6-d (M = Mn, Fe, x = 0, 0.2) – D. Tsvetkov, V. Sereda, I. Urusov, I. Ivanov and A. Zuev (Ural State University)

15:40

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Design of the Electronic Conductivity at All Scales of a Composite Electrode for Lithium Batteries – J. Badot (CNRS-CHIMIE-PARISTECHENSCP), E. Ligneel, B. Lestriez (CNRS - IMN), O. Dubrunfaut (CNRS - SUPELEC - LGEP) and D. Guyomard (CNRS - IMN)

16:00

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3-Dimensional Characterization of Li-Ion Battery Electrodes – S. J. Harris (General Motors R&D Center), P. Shearing, N. Brandon (Imperial College, London), L. Howard (Natural History Museum London), P. Jorgensen (Riso National Laboratory Denmark), J. Wilson, J. Cronin and S. Barnett (Northwestern University)

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Electrodes for Oxide Ion Conducting Electrolytes I Co-Chairs: Tânia Ramos and Josef Schefold

14:00 666

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Trends in Ab Initio Oxygen Reduction Reaction Energetics of LaBO3 (B = Mn, Fe, Co, and Ni) for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – Y. Lee, D. Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison), J. Kleis and J. Rossmeisl (Technical University of Denmark) Electrochemical Performance of Nanoscaled La0.6Sr 0.4CoO3-δ as Intermediate Temperature SOFC Cathodes – J. Hayd (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), U. Guntow (Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research) and E. IversTiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

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Impedance Modeling of Mixed Ionic Electronic Conducting Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – M. Søgaard, J. Mortensen (Technical University of Denmark) and T. Jacobsen (Danish Technical University) Simple Infiltrated Microstructure Polarization Loss Estimation Models to Predict Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathode Polarization Resistance – J. D. Nicholas (Michigan State University) and S. Barnett (Northwestern University) Oxygen Reduction at the Surface and the Hetero-Interface of La-Sr-Co-O-Oxides – A. Unemoto, K. Nagao, T. Tairako, K. Amezawa and T. Kawada (Tohoku University) Cross Validation of Polarization in High Temperature Oxygen Electrodes by Impedance Spectroscopy and CurrentPotential Sweep – X. Zhou, J. Huo (University of South Carolina), J. Templeton and J. Stevenson (PNNL)

In-Vivo and In-Vitro Techniques Co-Chairs: B. Heineman and H-Z. Yu

14:00 775

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy of Individual Pancreatic Islets – J. Wilburn (Vanderbilt University), M. Ciobanu (University of Denver) and D. Cliffel (Vanderbilt University)

15:00 776

Electrochemistry-Based Dynamic Control of Cellular Adhesion and Functions – K. Nagamine and M. Nisizawa (Tohoku University)

Inorganic Co-Chairs: H-Z. Y and B. Heineman

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Combined Chitosan Nano-Bead with Microfluidic-Microelectric Traps of Lead (II) Chelation in Continuous Bloodstream Flow – M. Wang (Oriental Institute of Technology)

15:50 778

Silver Nanocrystal Synthesis under Controlled Microfluidic Mixing and in the Presence of Silver-Binding Proteins – C. D. Grosh, F. Baneyx and D. Schwartz (University of Washington)

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Synthesis, Characterization and Electrocatalytic Activity of Polymer-Stabilized Metal Nanoparticles – E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University), M. Daniel (Florida State University) and M. Bockstaller (Carnegie Mellon University)

15:30

Electrochemistry in Medicine and Biomedical Applications

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

16:10

Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Sensors Co-Chairs: C. Bock and C. Holmes

08:00 767

Electrochemical Sensors in Medicine: Meeting Needs for the 21st Century – M. E. Meyerhoff (The University of Michigan)

09:00 768

The Need for Assaying Nitric Oxide in Cancer and Inflammation and Its Selective Assay Through Capture by Emeraldine Acid Polyradical – A. Murthy and A. Heller (University of Texas)

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Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Baizer III Co-Chairs: James Y. Becker and Dennis Peters

Fluorescence Spectroelectrochemical Sensor for 1-Hydroxypyrene, a Biomarker for PAH Exposure – W. R. Heineman, T. Pinyayev and C. Seliskar (University of Cincinnati)

Scope and Mechanistic Study of Electroreductive Intramolecular Cyclization of Haloaryl Ethers – K. Mitsudo, Y. Nakagawa, J. Mizukawa (Okayama University), S. Suga (Kyoto University), R. Akaba and H. Tanaka (Gunma College of Technology)

08:20 819

Single Cell Measurements of Genomic and Protein Biomarkers Using Microimmuno Sensors – S. Prabhulkar and C. Li (Florida International University)

Pd/TEMPO-Catalyzed Electrooxidative Coupling of Arylboronic Acids and Terminal Alkynes – K. Mitsudo, T. Shiraga, J. Mizukawa and H. Tanaka (Okayama University)

08:40 820

Electrochemiluminescent Array for Protein Cancer Biomarkers Using Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Forests and [Ru-(bpy) 3] 2+ -Doped Silica Nanoparticles – N. P. Sardesai, S. Pan and J. Rusling (University of Connecticut)

Long-Range Electron Transfer Mediated by Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation – R. Akaba (Gunma College of Technology), Y. Okada and K. Chiba (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

09:00 821

Progress Toward a General Correlation of Structure with Redox Potential – A. Davis and A. J. Fry (Wesleyan University)

09:20 822

Preparation of Pt-Pd Bimetal Material by Hydrogen Reduction and Electron Transfer Method – S. A. Maki (The University of Electro-Communications), T. Saitoh and S. Nishiyama (Keio University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 823

Anodic Fluorination of Conjugated Polymers: Main-Chain and Side-Chain Modifications – S. Inagi, S. Hayashi and T. Fuchigami (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

DNA Co-Chairs: K. Tybrandt and P. Hesketh

11:00 772

Manuel M. Baizer Award Symposium on Organic Electrochemistry

08:00 818

Biomarkers Co-Chairs: P. Hesketh and K. Tybrandt

09:50 769

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Electrochemical Behavior of α-Lipoic Acid – C. V. Krishnan and M. Garnett (Garnett McKeen Laboratory, Inc.) DNA Conformational Switches as Sensitive Electronic Biosensors for the Detection of Plasma Proteins – H. Yu (Simon Fraser University) Spin Coupled DNA – M. Garnett (Garnett McKeen Laboratory, Inc.), C. Krishnan and B. Jones (Garnett McKeen Lab, Inc.)

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10:20

824

Electrochemical Oxidation and Cation Radicals of All-Five and All-Six 1-Substituted Atranes (M = Si, Ge): Spectroelectrochemical Study – V. Jouikov (UMR 6510 CPM)

10:40

825

Voltammetric Investigations of Ketone Complexation by Lewis Acids – G. T. Cheek (U.S. Naval Academy)

11:00

826

Environmental-Friendly Emulsion Electrosyntheses Using Acoustic Emulsification – M. Atobe, S. Ikari, F. Amemiya, R. Asami and T. Fuchigami (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

11:20

827

Photo-Induced Dehalogenation Reactions Mediated by Hydrophobic Vitamin B12 – Y. Hisaeda, K. Tahara and H. Shimakoshi (Kyushu University)

Baizer IV Co-Chairs: Flavio Martin and Hideo Tanaka

14:00

828

Electrochemical Reduction of Molecules with More Redox Centers: Mono-, Di-, Tri- and Tetranitrocalix-[4]-arenes and Their Models – J. Ludvik and A. Liska (J. Heyrovsky Institute)

14:20

829

Novel Synthesis of 1,4-Dialkoxy-5,6,7,8Substututed-2,3-Dicyanonaphthalenes Through Electron-Transfer from Mg-Metal and Development of New Naphthalocyanines – I. Nishiguchi, T. Miyazaki, A. Harada and H. Maekawa (Nagaoka University of Technology)

14:40

830

Chemistry on Microelectrode Arrays: Developing New, Stable Porous Reaction Layers – L. Hu and K. D. Moeller (Washington University in St. Louis)

15:00

831

Trialkylammonium Thiocyanate Molten Salts Bearing Hydroxyl Group and Its Application to the Solid-State Dye-Sensitized Photovoltaic Cells – A. Konno (Shizuoka University)

15:20

832

Electroreductive Block Copolymerization of Dichlorosilanes in the Presence of Disilane Additives – M. Ishifune, C. Sana and S. Kashimura (Kinki University)

15:40

833

Electrochemical Bond Generation Between Fe, Ru and Group (XIV) Elements – S. Neuhold, J. Albering, M. Flock and C. Grogger (Graz University of Technology)

16:00

834

Electrochemical Determination of Bromoform in Water by Stripping Analysis – A. A. Peverly and D. G. Peters (Indiana University)

16:20

835

Intramolecular Electron Transfer Through Non Conjugated Network: Probing by the Formation of Cyclobutane Ring – Y. Okada (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), R. Akaba (Gunma College of Technology) and K. Chiba (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

E1

Advanced Gate Stack, Source / Drain, and Channel Engineering for Si-Based CMOS 6: New Materials, Processes, and Equipment

09:00 914

Channel & Source/Drain Engineering I Co-Chairs: M. C. Ozturk and M. Fischetti

10:00 915

Scaling FETs to 10 nm: Coulomb Effects, Source Starvation, and Virtual Source – M. V. Fischetti (University of Massachusetts), S. Jin (Synopsys Inc), T. Tang (University of Massachusetts), P. Asbeck, Y. Taur (University of California, San Diego), S. Laux (IBM SRDC and IBM Research Division), N. Sano (University of Tsukuba) and M. Rodwell (University of California, Santa Barbara)

10:30 916

Cross-Sectional UV-Raman Measurement for Two-Dimensional Channel-Stress Profile in Extremely High-Performance pMOSFET – H. Akamatsu (Meiji University), M. Takei (Meiji Universty), D. Kosemura, K. Nagata (Meiji University), S. Mayuzumi (Sony Corporation, Meiji University), S. Yamakawa, H. Wakabayashi (Sony Corporation) and A. Ogura (Meiji University)

10:50 917

Novel Noncontact Approach to Characterization of Mobility in Inversion Layers Using Corona Charging of Dielectric and SPV Monitoring of Sheet Resistance – J. Everaert, E. Rosseel (IMEC), A. Meszaros, K. Kis-Szabo, P. Tutto, A. Pap, T. Pavelka (Semilab Co. Ltd.), M. Wilson (Semilab SDI), A. Findlay, L. Jastrzebski and J. Lagowski (Semilab SDI, LLC)

11:10

918

Effect of Carrier Scattering Phenomena on Drain Current Variability in Si MOSFETs – K. Ohmori (Waseda University), T. Matsuki, Y. Ohkura, J. Yugami, K. Ikeda, Y. Ohji (Semiconductor Leading Edge Technologies), Y. Yasuda, T. Endoh (Tohoku University), K. Shiraishi (University of Tsukuba) and K. Yamada (Waseda University)

11:40

919

Carrier Mobility Variations in Self-Aligned Germanium MOS Transistors – Y. Low, D. Tantraviwat, P. Rainey, P. Baine, D. William, N. Mitchell, B. M. Armstrong and H. Gamble (Queen’s University Belfast)

Channel & Source/Drain Engineering II Co-Chairs: P. Timans and P. Lo Guo-Qiang

14:00 920

Strained Si:C Using ClusterCarbon Implant – K. Sekar and W. Krull (SemEquip Inc)

921

Epitaxial Growth of Si:C Alloys: Process Development and Challenges – A. Dube (IBM Corporation)

14:30

15:00 922

Electrical and Materials Analysis of III-V Semiconductors for MOSFETs with Gate Lengths below 20nm – D. W. Barlage (University of Alberta), M. Veety (North Carolina State University), M. Vaidyanathan (University of Alberta) and M. Johnson (North Carolina State University)

15:30

Intermission (10 Minutes)

15:40 923

Investigation of the New Physical Model of Ohmic Contact for Future Nanoscale Contacts – Y. Takada (University of Tsukuba), M. Muraguchi, T. Endoh (Tohoku University), S. Nomura and K. Shiraishi (University of Tsukuba)

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / High Temperature Materials Regency B, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Plenary Session Co-Chairs: E. P. Gousev and F. Roozeboom

08:00

42

913

More after Moore to Get More from Moore – C. Smith, M. Hussain, W. Loh, C. Kang, D. Gilmer, G. Bersuker, P. Majhi, P. Kirsch and R. Jammy (SEMATECH)

Silicon Photonics Technologies for Monolithic Electronic-Photonic Integrated Circuit – G. Lo, K. Ang, T. Liow, Q. Fang, J. Zhang, M. Yu and D. Kwong (Institute of Microelectronics)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Advanced (Millisecond) Annealing in SiliconBased Semiconductor Manufacturing – S. Govindaraju, C. Shih and R. Panchapakesan (Intel Corporation)

16:30 925

Advanced Source/Drain Engineering for MOSFETs: Schottky Barrier Height Tuning for Contact Resistance Reduction – Y. Yeo (National University of Singapore)

E2

Dielectrics for Nanosystems 4: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing Dielectric Science and Technology Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Nanoscale Devices and Systems Co-Chairs: H. Iwai and D. Misra

08:55

Introductory Remarks (5 Minutes)

09:00 971

Changing Front-End Dielectric Requirements for End-of-the-Roadmap CMOS and Beyond – L. F. Register (The University of Texas at Austin), N. Shi, M. Hasan, D. Basu, D. Reddy and S. Banerjee (The University of Texas at Austiin)

09:30 972

A Brain-Inspired VLSI Architecture for Nano Devices and Circuits – T. Shibata (The University of Tokyo)

10:00 973

High-k Gate Dielectrics for Nanoscale CMOS Devices: Status, Challenges, and Future – D. Park (IBM T.J. Watson Research)

10:30

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 981

Atomic Layer Deposition of Hafnium Silicate Film and Its Application to OTFTs – S. Lee (Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)) and K. Yong (POSTECH)

16:00 982

Resistive Switching Characteristics of HfOx Thin Film – K. Chang, W. Tzeng (National Chiao Tung University), K. Liu (Chang Gung University) and T. Wu (National Chiao Tung University)

Low-K Dielectrics Co-Chairs: Y. Obeng and D. Bauza

16:20 983

Suppression Mechanism of Volume Shrinkage for SOG Film by Plasma Treatment – K. Nagata, D. Kosemura (Meiji University), M. Takei (Meiji Universty), H. Akamatsu (Meiji University), M. Hattori (Meiji Universty), T. Koganezawa, M. Machida, J. Son, I. Hirosawa (JASRI), T. Nishita, T. Shiozawa, D. Katayama, Y. Sato, Y. Hirota (Tokyo Electron Limited) and A. Ogura (Meiji University)

16:40 984

How to Evaluate Surface Free Energies of Dense and Ultra Low-κ Dielectrics in Pattern Structure – T. Oszinda (Fraunhofer CNT), M. Schaller (GLOBALFOUNDRIES) and S. Schulz (TU Chemnitz and Fraunhofer ENAS)

E3

Integrated Optoelectronics 5

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

10:50

974

(Invited) ALD High-k as a Common Gate Stack Solution for Nanoelectronics – P. Ye and J. Gu (Purdue University)

11:20

975

Towards the Ultimate Scaling of MOSFET Gate Dielectrics: Direct Contact of High-k and Silicon – P. Ahmet, K. Kakushima and H. Iwai (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

08:15

Introductory Remarks (5 Minutes)

08:20 1032

Quantitative Correlation Between Low-Field Mobility and High-Field Carrier Velocity in Quasi-Ballistic-Transport MISFETs with High-k Gate Dielectrics – K. Tatsumura, M. Goto, S. Kawanaka and A. Kinoshita (Toshiba Corporation)

The Impact of Optoelectronics on Health, Communications and Entertainment – W. S. Ishak (Corning Incorporated)

09:00 1033

Gastrointestinal Imaging Technologies: Can We Turn the Gut Inside Out? – L. W. Liu (University Health Network)

09:30 1034

Endoscopic Ultrasound: Imaging and Beyond – F. Tse (McMaster University Medical Centre)

10:00

Intermission (30 Minutes)

10:30 1035

In Vivo Characterization of Lung Cancers Using Endoscopic Raman Spectroscopy: A Pilot Study – M. A. Short, S. Lam, A. McWilliams and H. Zeng (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre)

11:00 1036

Time-Resolved Fluorescence Spectra of Upper GI Tract: An Ex-Vivo Study – M. L. LePalud (McMaster University), F. Tse (McMaster University Medical Centre), J. Jo (Texas A&M University), M. Krishnamoorthy, R. Leung, D. Cappon, Z. Nie and Q. Fang (McMaster University)

11:20 1037

Fluorescence Excitation Emission Matrix Spectroscopy for Endogenous Skin Fluorescence Characterization – J. Zhao (BC Cancer Research Centre), F. Feng, M. Tsai (University of British Columbia), H. Zeng (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre), D. McLean (University of British Columbia), E. Ruvolo, N. Kollias (Johnson & Johnson Consumer and Personal Products WW) and H. Lui (University of British Columbia)

11:50

976

High-K Processing Co-Chairs: P. Ahmet and L. Register

14:00 977

Effect of the Chemical Oxide Layer Thickness on the Interfacial Quality of ALD-grown HfO2 on Silicon – S. Li and Z. D. Chen (University of Kentucky)

14:30

978

A Comparison of O3 and H2O as Oxygen Sources for Atomic Layer Deposition Processing of HfAlOx Thin Films for High-k Dielectric Nanocapacitor Applications – R. Phillips and E. Eisenbraun (University at Albany)

14:50

979

Improved Resistive Switching Performance of Gd2O3 Films by Fluorine Incorporation and Gd/O Ratio Adjustment – Y. Ye, J. Wang and C. Lai (Chang Gung University)

15:10

980

Design of a Novel Wet-Etch Reactor and Etch Chemistries: Simulations and Experimental Verification – A. Pande, G. Levitin (Georgia Institute of Technology), D. S. Mui (Lam Research Corporation) and D. Hess (Georgia Institute of Technology)

15:30

Minimaly-Invasive Imaging Technologies Co-Chairs: David Armstrong and Haishan Zeng

Intermission (10 Minutes)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

43

Monday, April 26

16:00 924


Monday, April 26

11:40 1038

In Vivo Near-Infrared Auto-Fluorescence Imaging of Pigmented Skin Lesions: Methods and Preliminary Clinical Results – S. Wang (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre), S. Siow (University of British Columbia), J. Zhao (BC Cancer Research Centre), H. Lui (The Skin Care Center), D. McLean (University of British Columbia), Q. He (Northwest University) and H. Zeng (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1082

Photoluminescence Efficiency of Ge Dots Self-Assembled on SiO2 and TiO2 Films – D. Lockwood, N. Rowell (National Research Council Canada), I. Berbezier, G. Amiard, A. Ronda (Institut Matériaux Microélectronique Nanosciences de Provence) and D. Grosso (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)

10:20 1083

Effect of Annealing Time on the Growth, Structure, and Luminescence of NitridePassivated Silicon Nanoclusters – P. R. Wilson, T. Roschuk, K. Dunn, E. Chelomentsev, J. Wojcik and P. Mascher (McMaster University)

10:40 1084

Electrical Properties of Silicon-Rich Silicon Carbide Films Prepared by Using Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition – K. Lee, J. Hwang, Y. Lee, K. No and W. Hong (University of Seoul)

In-Vivo Microendoscopy Co-Chairs: Daniel Côté and Frances Tse

13:30 1039

Optical Molecular Imaging for Translational Surgery – D. Farkas (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center)

14:00 1040

Confocal Laser Endomicroscopy in Gastroenterology: Initial Clinical Experiences and Comments – D. Armstrong (McMaster University)

14:30 1041

In Vivo Optical Imaging in Neuroscience: Video Rate Microscopy and Miniature Probes – D. Côté (CRULRG - Universite Laval)

15:00 1042

Combining Multiphoton Microscopy with Optical Coherence Tomography Using Femtosecond Lasers – S. Tang (University of British Columbia)

15:30

Intermission (30 Minutes)

Oxides Co-Chairs: M. P. Halsall and T. Van Buuren

11:00 1085

Photoluminescence Properties of AlkalineEarth Oxide Nanoparticles – P. V. Sushko, K. McKenna (University College London), A. Sternig, S. Stankic, M. Muller (Vienna University of Technology) and O. Diwald (Friedrich-Alexander University on ErlangenNürnberg)

11:40 1086

Excitation Mechanisms of Green Emission from Terbium Ions Embedded Inside the Sol-Gel Films Deposited onto Nanoporous Substrates – A. Podhorodecki, M. Ba ński, J. Misiewicz (Wroclaw University of Technology) and N. Gaponenko (Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics)

Advanced Spectroscopy and Imaging Co-Chairs: Daniel Farkas and Christopher D. Salthouse

16:00 1043

New Exciting Transdisciplinary Frontiers: Femtobiology and Femtomedicine – Q. Lu (University of Waterloo)

16:30 1044

Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Assisted Photothermal Cancer Therapy: Animal Study with a Murine Model of Squamous Cell Carcinoma – N. Huang (BC Cancer Research Centre), H. Wang (BC Cancer Research Center), J. Zhao (BC Cancer Research Centre), H. Lui (University of British Columbia), M. Korbelik (BC Cancer Research Centre) and H. Zeng (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre)

E4

Nanophosphors, Polymers, and Organics Co-Chairs: H. E. Ruda and T. Van Buuren

14:00 1087

Electropolymerized Poly(para-phenylene) vinylene Films onto and Inside Porous Si – B. Gelloz (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), T. Djenizian (Aix-Marseille University), R. Mentek (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology), L. Jin (Yamanashi University) and N. Koshida (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology)

14:40 1088

Synthesis and Characterization of Photoluminescence Polymer Nanopillar Arrays – L. F. Marsal, R. Palacios, P. Formentin (University Rovira i Virgili), E. Martinez-Ferrero (Institute of Chemical Research of Catalonia), A. Santos, J. FerréBorrull and J. Pallarès (University Rovira i Virgili)

15:20 1089

Synthesis and Photoluminescence Characteristics of Sr3Y1-x(PO4) 3:xTb3+ Nanoparticles – S. P. Khatkar (M.D. University), S. Han (Korea Institute of Energy Research) and M. Kumar (M.D.University)

15:40 1090

Co-Doping Effects of Zn2+ on Upconversion Luminescence of Gd2O3:Er Nanophosphors – L. Xu (Harbin Normal University), Y. Sheng, J. Liu, D. Zhai and Z. Zhang (Harbin Institute of Technology)

16:00 1091

New Electrochromic Systems for the Color e-Paper – C. Noh, S. Jeon, R. Das, D. Chung and Y. Jin (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

Nanoscale Luminescent Materials

Luminescence and Display Materials / Dielectric Science and Technology Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Si- and Ge-Based Nanostructures Co-Chairs: P. V. Sushko and A. Podhorodecki

08:00 1079

Novel Processing for Si-Nanocrystal Based Photonic Materials – M. P. Halsall, I. Crowe, N. Hylton (The University of Manchester), O. Hulko (McMaster University), R. JaliliKashtiban, U. Bangert (The University of Manchester), A. Knights (McMaster University) and R. Gwilliam (The University of Surrey)

08:40 1080

Photoluminescent Group IV Nanostructures Synthesized by Reactive Pulsed Laser Deposition – F. Rosei (INRS)

09:20 1081

Photoluminescence from Si+ Ion Implanted Silicon Nitride Films Deposited via PECVD – J. T. Anstey, A. Knights and P. Mascher (McMaster University)

44

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


E5

Luminescent Metal-Organic Frameworks: A Nanolaboratory for Probing Energy Transfer via Interchromophore Interactions – M. Allendorf, P. Doty, S. Meek and R. Houk (Sandia National Laboratories)

Thermal and Plasma CVD of Nanostructures and Their Applications

Dielectric Science and Technology / Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

15:20 1128

(Invited) Microscale Plasma Discharges in Aqueous Solutions: New Technique for Localized Synthesis of Nanoparticles – D. A. Staack (Texas A&M University)

16:00 1129

Microplasma Reduction of Metal Cations Dispersed in Polymeric Films for Fabrication of Patterned Nanoparticles – S. Lee and R. Sankaran (Case Western Reserve University)

16:20 1130

Bulk Production of Metal Oxide Nanowires Using an Atmospheric Microwave Plasma Reactor – V. Kumar, J. Kim, J. Jasinski and M. K. Sunkara (University of Louisville)

Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Co-Chairs: M. Sankaran and M. Sunkara

08:00 1117

08:40 1118

(Invited) Directing Energy and Matter at Nanoscales in Plasma-Surface Interactions: Towards Sustainable Future – K. Ostrikov (CSIRO) (Invited) Plasma Synthesis of Silicon Nanocrystal Inks and their Applications in Printed Silicon Technology and Hybrid Solar Cells – C. Liu, X. Pi and U. Kortshagen (University of Minnesota)

09:20 1119

(Invited) Influence of Plasma Parameters on the Growth of Metal Oxide Nanowires – M. Mozetic and U. Cvelbar (Jozef Stefan Institute)

10:00 1120

Electric Fields and Chemical Vapor Deposition – M. Warwick, R. Smith, N. Furlan, J. Crane and R. Binions (UCL)

10:20 1121

Silicon Oxide Nanodots by Direct Plasma Synthesis – U. Cvelbar, I. Junkar (Jozef Stefan Inst.), I. Levchenko (CSIRO, Australia) and K. Ostrikov (CSIRO)

10:40 1122

CF4 Plasma Treatment on Gd2O3 Nanocrystal Memory for High Performance Nonvolatile Memory Application – C. Lin, J. Wang, C. Lai, J. Hsu (Chang Gung University) and C. Ai (Institute of Nuclear Energy Research)

11:00 1123

A Combined Experimental with Computational Study of Precursor Stability and ALD Growth Mechanism in Tantalum Nitride Deposition – P. Pullumbi, A. Correia Anacleto, D. Cany-Canian, C. Ko, A. Zauner, J. Gatineau (Air Liquide) and M. Hugon (Université Paris Sud)

11:20 1124

11:40 1125

Analysis of the Homogeneous Thermal Decomposition of the Tungsten Dimethylhydrazido Complex Cl4 (CH3CN) W(NNMe2) Using In Situ Raman Spectroscopy and DFT Calculations – J. Lee, D. Kim, O. Kim, T. Anderson, J. Koller and L. McElwee-White (University of Florida) Phase-Change InSbTe Nanowires Grown In Situ at Low Temperature by MOCVD Method – J. Ahn, K. Park, H. Jung, S. Hur and S. Yoon (Chungnam National University)

Co-Chairs: U. Cvelbar and M. Meyyappan

14:00 1126

14:40 1127

(Invited) Rational Growth of 1D Carbon Nanostructures for Via Interconnect Applications – X. J. Sun (Soochow University), C. Li (Santa Clara University), J. Gao (Soochow University) and C. Yang (Santa Clara University) (Invited) Controlled Growth of SingleWalled Carbon Nanotubes with Metallic Conductivity – G. U. Sumanasekera (University of Louisville)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

E6

Wide-Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 11 Electronics and Photonics / Sensor / Luminescence and Display Materials Cortes Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

ZnO Co-Chairs: J. Kim and M. Mastro

14:00 1137

Studies of Electron Trapping in ZnO Semiconductor – L. Chernyak and E. Flitsyian (University of Central Florida)

14:30 1138

The Effect of Moisture on the Bias Illumination Temperature Instability in GIZO TFTs and the Associated Investigation on Passivation Systems – K. Lee, J. Jung, K. Son, J. Park, T. Kim, J. Kwon, B. Koo and S. Lee (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

14:50 1139

Aluminum-Doped Zinc Oxide Thin Films for Opto-Electronic Applications – N. Hirahara, B. Onwona-Agyeman and M. Nakao (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

15:10 1140

Investigation and Fabrication of Bottom Gate ZnO:Al TTFTs with Various Thicknesses of ZnO Buffer Layers – Y. Lin, H. Lee and C. Lee (National Cheng Kung University)

15:30 1141

Solution Based Fabrication of ZnO Nanowires and Their Novel Heterostructures Array: Characterization and Applications – K. Yong (POSTECH)

16:00 1142

High Responsivity Ultraviolet Photodetector Based on p-GaN/i-ZnO Nanorod /n-ZnO:In Nanorod – C. Chen, J. Yan and C. Lee (National Cheng Kung University)

16:20 1143

Fabrication of p-Cu2O/n-ZnO Heterojunction Diode Using Electrodeposition Method – M. Fariza, J. Sasano and M. Izaki (Toyohashi University of Technology)

16:40 1144

Epitaxial Growth of ZnO on LiAlO2 and LiGaO2 Substrates by Chemical Vapor Deposition – C. Chen, L. Chang, M. Chou, J. Yu and T. Huang (National Sun Yat-Sen University)

E7

Graphene, Ge/III-V, and Emerging Materials for Post-CMOS Applications 2 Dielectric Science and Technology

Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont Graphene Devices and Integration Co-Chairs: P . Srinivasan, Y. Obeng, Z. Karim, S. DeGendt, and D. Misra

08:00

Introductory Remarks (5 Minutes)

08:05 1179

Graphene RF Transistor Performance – K. A. Jenkins, Y. Lin, D. Farmer, C. Dimitrakopoulos, H. Chiu, P. Avouris and A. Grill (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center) 45

Monday, April 26

16:20 1092


Monday, April 26

08:45 1180

09:25 1181

10:05

Graphene Process Integration for Post-CMOS Devices – J. Peterson (Intel Corporation), M. Sprinkle (Georgia Institute of Technology), J. Yang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. Williams (Stanford University), M. Rodriguez (State University of New York at Albany), Y. Yang, R. Murali, C. Berger (Georgia Institute of Technology), B. Thiel (State University of New York at Albany), K. Berggren (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), J. Meindl, W. De Heer (Georgia Institute of Technology) and G. Bourianoff (Intel Corporation) Novel Device Concepts for Nanotechnology: The Nanowire Pinch-Off Fet and Graphene Tunnelfet – B. Sorée, W. Magnus (IMEC), M. Szepieniec (Tyndall Nationale Institute), W. Vandenberghe, A. Verhulst, G. Pourtois, G. Groeseneken, S. De Gendt and M. Heyns (IMEC)

10:25 1182

Growth Kinetics and Defects of CVD Graphene on Cu – L. Colombo (Texas Instruments Incorporated), X. Li, B. Han, W. Cai, Y. Zhu and R. Ruoff (The University of Texas at Austin)

11:05 1183

Transition Metal Catalyst-Assisted LPCVD and APCVD Syntheses of Large Area Monoand Few Layer Graphene – S. Bhaviripudi, A. Reina, K. Kim, K. Zhang and J. Kong (MIT)

11:45 1184

Optimization of Wafer-Scale Graphene Epitaxy on SiC for High Frequency Devices – A. Grill, C. Dimitrakopoulos, Y. Lin, M. Freitag, S. Han, Z. Chen, K. A. Jenkins, Y. Zhu, T. McArdle, J. Ott, P. Avouris and R. Wisnieff (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center)

1185-1186

See below

1187-1200

See Tuesday Sessions

Graphene Interfaces and Junctions Co-Chairs: Eric Cockayne, Wei Wang, and Joseph Lyding

Electronic Transport Properties of Graphene pn Junctions and Its Electron Optics Devices – T. Low and M. Lundstrom (Purdue University)

14:10 1202

Dielectric Interfaces for Graphene-Based Devices – A. Pirkle, B. Lee, C. Floresca, S. McDonnell (University of Texas at Dallas), L. Colombo (Texas Instruments Incorporated), J. Kim, M. Kim, Y. Chabal and R. M. Wallace (University of Texas at Dallas)

14:50 1203

Graphene Veselago Device: Fabrication and Characterization of Graphene p-n Junction Devices – J. Lee (University at Albany-SUNY)

Graphene Transport Co-Chairs: G. Iannaccone, Myung-Ho Bae, and Y. Chen

15:40 1185

Spin Transport in Single- and Multilayer Graphene – M. Shiraishi (Osaka University)

16:20 1186

Formation and Transport of Correlated Electron States at Room Temperature in Graphene Bilayers – J. B. Shumway (Arizona State University) and M. Gilbert (University of Illinois)

19:00

Plenary Session (120 Minutes)

46

Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Corrosion/Energy Technology Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Multiscale Modeling Co-Chairs: Venkat Subramanian and Linda Petzold

08:00 1240

Water Transport in the Ionomer-Phase and Across Its Interfaces in Catalyst Coated Membranes for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – V. Gurau and J. Mann (Case Western Reserve University)

08:20 1241

Surface Morphology of Lithium Metal Anodes – M. Karulkar and J. Adams (Ford Motor Company)

08:40 1242

Continuum and Multiscale Modeling of Performance Curves and Capacity Fade in Lithium-Ion Batteries – V. Subramanian, V. Ramadesigan, R. N. Methekar (Washington University), K. Chen and R. Braatz (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

09:00 1243

Formation of Localized Corrosion-Relevant Surface Defects on Aluminum: Experimental Studies and Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulation – K. Hebert, G. Zhang, J. Ai (Iowa State University) and G. Stafford (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

09:20 1244

Simulation of Three-Dimensional Solidby-Solid Model and Application to Electrochemical Engineering – Y. Kaneko (Kyoto University), Y. Hiwatari (Toyota Physical and Chemical Research Institute), K. Ohara and F. Asa (C. Uyemura & Co., Ltd.)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1245

(Keynote) Electrochemical Engineering: The Need for Next-Generation Methods – R. Alkire (University of Illinois)

10:40 1246

(Keynote) An Algorithm for Simulation of Electrochemical Systems with SurfaceBulk Coupling Strategies – M. Buoni (Los Alamos National Laboratory) and L. Petzold (University of California Santa Barbara)

11:20 1247

Characteristic Timescales in Multiscale Feature Metallization – J. D. Adolf and U. Landau (Case Western Reserve University)

11:40 1248

Adsorptive SPS Dissociation Within the c(2x2)-Cl Matrix on Cu(100) under Reactive Conditions: A Combined In Situ STM and DFT Study – N. T. Hai (University of Bern), W. Reckien (University of Bonn), A. Fluegel, M. Hahn, A. Wagner, D. Mayer (BASF SE), T. Bredow (University of Bonn) and P. Broekmann (University of Bern)

Discussion (20 Minutes)

Graphene Material Preparation, Synthesis and Growth Co-Chairs: R M Wallace, Tony Low, and Nai-Cheng Yeh

13:30 1201

F2

Electrochemical Engineering for the 21st Century (dedicated to Richard C. Alkire)

Electrochemical Systems-Molecular/Nano Co-Chairs: John Harb and Daniel Schwartz

14:00 1249

(Keynote) The Metallization of SAMs: Molecular Double Deckers – F. Eberle, M. Manolova, D. M. Kolb (University of Ulm), H. Boyen and M. Saitner (Hasselt University)

14:40 1250

Metallization of DNA Origami Templates for the Fabrication of Nanoelectronic Circuits – J. Harb (Brigham Young University), J. Liu (Brighan Young University), Y. Geng, E. Pound, J. Ashton, S. Gyawali and A. Woolley (Brigham Young University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Combined Electrochemical and In Situ STM Studies on the Redox-Activity of Leveler Additives – A. Fluegel (BASF SE), N. T. Hai (University of Bern), M. Hahn, A. Wagner, D. Mayer (BASF SE) and P. Broekmann (University of Bern)

11:00 1299

Meso-Scale Computer Simulations of Carbon Corrosion in Catalyst Layers of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – K. Malek (National Research Council of Canada) and A. A. Franco (Atomic Energy Commission of France (CEA)/LITEN/DTH/LCPEM)

15:20 1252

Nanomanufacturing by Orchestrated Structure Evolution – S. Kitayaporn, S. Abbasi, K. Böhringer and D. Schwartz (University of Washington)

11:20 1300

Modeling Water Transport and Swelling in Polymer Electrolyte Membranes – T. J. Silverman, J. Meyers and J. Beaman (The University of Texas at Austin)

15:40 1253

Nanosheet Formation by Electrodeposition and Its Application to Miniaturized Reference Electrodes – S. Safari-Mohsenabad (McMaster University), P. R. Selvaganapathy (McMaster Unversity), A. Derardja (University of Batna) and M. J. Deen (McMaster University)

11:40 1301

Direct Carbon Fuel Cell Anode Modeling – C. Chen and J. Selman (Illinois Institute of Technology)

12:00

Lunch break (120 Minutes)

14:00 1302

Perchlorate Impurity in Chlorate Electrosynthesis: Effects and Control – T. S. Drackett, F. Mok, R. Van Heek and G. Thibault (Aker Chemetics)

14:20 1303

Hydrogen Oxidation Improvements for Low Voltage Base Production – B. K. Boggs, N. Jalani, R. Gilliam and B. Constantz (Calera Corporation)

14:40 1304

Impedance Response of a Rotating Disk Electrode below the Mass-Transfer-Limited Current – S. Wu, M. E. Orazem (University of Florida), B. Tribollet and V. Vivier (Université Pierre et Marie Curie)

15:00 1305

Electrocatalysis of n-Type TiO2 Thin Films for Ozone Production by Water Electrolysis – K. Kitsuka, K. Kaneda, M. Ikematsu, M. Iseki, K. Mushiake (SANYO Electric Co. Ltd.), D. Nilushika (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), T. Okajima and T. Ohsaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 1306

On the Direct Solid-State Electrochemical Synthesis of Silicon Tetrachloride from Silica at Ambient Temperatures and Pressures – B. Ari-Wahjoedi (Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS)

16:00 1307

Electrochemical Behavior of Zirconium in LiCl - KCl Eutectic Molten Salt – C. P. Fabian (Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation), C. Caravaca Moreno (CIEMAT), C. Griffith (ANSTO), V. Luca (CNEA) and G. Lumpkin (ANSTO)

16:20 1308

Novel Membrane Capacitive Deionization System with Improved Energy Efficiency – C. Kim, H. Kim, H. Yang, J. Lee and H. Kang (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

16:40 1309

Characterization and Reinforcement of Porous Pb-Ag Anode for Energy-Saving in Zinc Electrowinning – J. Li (Central South University), L. Jiang (School of Metallurgical Science and Engineering), Y. Lai, X. Lv and Y. Liu (Central South University)

16:00 1254

Creating Metallic Conductivity in TiO2 Nanotubes – R. Hahn and P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen)

16:20 1255 Density Functional Theory Study on the Oxidation Reactivity of Hypophosphite Ion as a Reductant for Electroless Deposition Process – M. Kunimoto, H. Nakai and T. Homma (Waseda University)

G1

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

08:00 1292

Towards Energy Storage for Renewable Generation: The Vittorio de Nora Award Presentation – D. Pletcher (University of Southampton)

08:40 1293

Optimization of Power and Energy Density in Supercapacitors – D. B. Robinson (Sandia National Laboratories)

09:00 1294

Structural Characterization of Electrodeposited Technetium on Gold Foil – E. Mausolf, F. Poineau, T. Hartmann and K. Czerwinski (University of Nevada Las Vegas)

09:20 1295

Electrochemical Synthesis and Characterization of Copper/Ceria Composite Functional Coatings for Electrochemical Cells Applications – J. Melnik, J. Luo, A. Sanger, K. Chuang (University of Alberta) and Q. Yang (Vale-Inco Technical Services Ltd.)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1296

Alternating Flow Patterns for Copper Plating Uniformity – H. Garich, L. Gebhart, S. Snyder, E. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.), J. Van Zee and S. Shimpalee (University of South Carolina)

10:20 1297

10:40 1298

Co-Electrodeposition of Co Alloys and Inorganic Fullerene WS2 from Gluconate Bath with Anionic and Cationic Surfactants – D. P. Weston, Y. Zhu, D. Zhang (University of Nottingham), C. Miller (University of Sheffield), D. Kingerley, C. Carpenter and S. Harris (University of Nottingham) Optimization of SiO2 and Al2O3 Asymmetric Electrodes in a Capacitive Deionization System – J. Wouters, M. Tejedor (University of Wisconsin, Madison), J. Lado (IMDEA Water) and M. Anderson (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

G4

Electrochemistry in Mineral and Metal Processing 8 (EMMP 8)

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Interaction of Surfactants with Mineral Surfaces Co-Chairs: Alan N. Buckley and Gretel Parker

10:00 1350

Surface Forces Measured Between XanthateCoated Gold Surfaces – J. Wang and R. Yoon (Virginia Tech)

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Monday, April 26

15:00 1251


Monday, April 26

10:20 1351

A SERS Study of the Interaction of n-Octanohydroxamate with a Copper Electrode – G. A. Hope (Griffith University), R. Woods (Griffith University) and G. Parker (Griffith University)

10:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

11:00 1352

Interaction of Hydroxamates with Malachite – G. A. Hope (Griffith University), R. Woods (Griffith University) and G. Parker (Griffith University)

11:20 1353

A Raman Spectroscopic Investigation of Pyrite Oxidation and Flotation Reagent Interaction – G. Parker and G. A. Hope (Griffith University)

11:40 1354

Surface Oxidation of Cuprite – R. Woods, B. Fleming (Monash University), A. N. Buckley and B. Gong (The University of New South Wales)

14:20 1356

Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt Co-Chairs: Peter Pintauro and Vijay Ramani

08:40 1391

Surface Modified of Heteropolyacids for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – J. Sutrisno, A. Fuchs, S. Hopkins, C. Evrensel and F. Gordaninejad (University of Nevada, Reno)

09:00 1392

Ex Situ Surface Chemical Characterization in Minerals Processing Research: The Effect of Hydrophilic Organic Solvents on Sulfide Mineral Surfaces – A. N. Buckley (The University of New South Wales), S. Goh (UNSW) and L. Fan (NSRRC)

New Approaches to Composite PFSA Membranes for Enhanced Fuel Cell Performance – A. Herring, S. Sachdeva, J. Rajeswari (Colorado School of Mines), G. Haugen and S. Hamrock (3M)

09:20 1393

AR-XPS and SXPS Evidence for Surface Stabilization and Cu Activation of Sphalerite Zn1-xFexS (110) Surfaces – S. Harmer (University of South Australia), H. Nesbitt (Unviersity of Western Ontario), W. Skinner (Unviersity of South Australia) and A. N. Buckley (The University of New South Wales)

Polyoxometalate Ionomers: MultiGenerational Design of Novel High Temperature/Low Humidity Membranes – J. L. Horan, M. Kuo (Colorado School of Mines), A. Genpur (3M), A. Perdue, F. Zhang (Colorado School of Mines), M. Frey (3M) and A. Herring (Colorado School of Mines)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1394

Influence of Morphology of Block Copolymers on the Conductivity of Proton Exchange Membranes – M. Gross, G. Maier (Polymaterials AG), T. Fuller (General Motors Corporation), S. MacKinnon (National Research Council Canada) and C. Gittleman (General Motors Corporation)

10:20 1395

Intermediate-Temperature Proton Exchange Fuel Cell Based on an Inorganic-Organic Composite Membrane – Y. Jin, K. Fujiwara and T. Hibino (Nagoya University)

10:40 1396

Fabrication of Protic Ionic Liquid/Sulfonated Polyimide Composite Membranes for Nonhumidified Intermediate Temperature Fuel Cells – T. Yasuda, S. Lee, S. Nakamura and M. Watanabe (Yokohama National University)

11:00 1397

Synthesis and Characterization of Phosphoric Acid Doped Poly(benzimidazoleco-benzoxazole) Membranes for High Temperature PEM Fuel Cells – D. Lee, H. Lee, B. Kim, S. Kim, E. Cho, J. Jang, T. Lim and H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

11:20 1398

Nafion/Sulfonated Silica Composite Polymer Electrolyte Membranes – N. E. De Almeida and E. Easton (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)

11:40 1399

Functionalized Titanium Dioxide Nanotube Based Composite Membranes for High Temperature PEMFCs – Z. Chen, Y. Jun and M. Fowler (University of Waterloo)

Fine Structure in XPS and XANES Spectra Acquired From a Series of Sphalerite Samples – A. Pratt (CANMET MMSL)

15:00 1358

Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Analysis of the Arsenopyrite (FeAsS) Oxidation under Calcareous Soil Conditions – R. Lara (IMFI- UASLP), R. Briones (IM-FI-UASLP), M. Monroy (IM-UASLP), J. Ehrhardt, M. Mullet (LCPECNRS-Université H. Poincaré) and R. Cruz (Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 1359

Production of Oxidizing Intermediates During Corrosion of Iron; Implications for Remediation of Contaminants from Mineral and Metal Processing – A. Pham, D. Sedlak and F. M. Doyle (University of California)

16:00 1360

Electrochemical Analysis of Highly Reactive Pyrite – K. M. Watling, E. Burton, M. Johnston, R. Bush and L. Sullivan (Southern Cross University)

16:20 1361

Surface Characterization by X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and Cyclic Voltammetry of Products Formed during the Potentiostatic Oxdation of Chalcopyrite – D. P. Nava (UAM- Iztapalapa), I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), D. Leinen and J. Ramos-Barrado (UMA)

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Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology

Development of a Methanol Tolerant Nonfluorinated Proton Exchange Membrane for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells Applications – D. Julius, L. Hong and J. Lee (National University of Singapore)

14:40 1357

16:40 1362

Fuel Cell Membranes, Electrode Binders, and MEA Performance

08:20 1390

Characterization of Minerals and their Chemical Behavior Co-Chairs: Ronald Woods and Roe-Hoan Yoon

14:00 1355

G5

Duality of Pyrite Semiconductor Properties Influence on Flotation – V. Chanturiya, V. Vigdergauz and S. Vorobyev (IPKON RAS)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


14:00 1400

AFM Investigation of PEM Fuel Cell Membranes and Gas Diffusion Layers – R. Hiesgen, I. Wehl, A. Carreras, J. Kraut (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen), A. Bauder, M. Schulze, K. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center), H. Wang (National Research Council Canada, Vancouver) and X. Yuan (National Research Council Canada)

14:20 1401

A Molecular Dynamics Study of Ionomer and Water Adsorption at Carbon Support Materials – T. Mashio (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.), K. Malek (National Research Council of Canada), M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University), A. Ohma, H. Kanesaka and K. Shinohara (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.)

14:40 1402

Innovative Catalyst Layer Structures Based on Extended Pt Surfaces – H. Dinh, K. Neyerlin, T. Olson, J. Leong, C. Engtrakul, A. Dameron, L. Simpson and B. Pivovar (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

15:00 1403

In Situ Analyses of Membrane-Electrode Interfaces Using a Microfluidic Platform – F. Brushett and P. Kenis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 1404

Sulfonated Carbon Supports For PEM Fuel Cell Electrodes – A. Pedersen, A. Pauric, J. Eastcott and E. Easton (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)

16:00 1405

Estimation of Oxygen Transport Resistance in PEFC Electrode Binders by Limiting Current Methods – S. Sambandam and V. Ramani (Illinois Institute of Technology)

16:20 1406

Nonfluorinated Polyphosphazene as Electrode Binder in PEM Fuel Cell – J. Lin (North China Electric Power University), R. Wycisk (Case Western Reserve University), J. Muldoon (Toyota Research Institute of North America) and P. Pintauro (Vanderbilt University)

16:40 1407

H2

The Analysis of Performance Loss with Low Platinum Loaded Cathode Catalyst Layers – Y. Ono (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd), T. Mashio (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.), S. Takaichi (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd), A. Ohma, H. Kanesaka and K. Shinohara (Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.)

Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

09:00 1475

[60]Fullerene with Malonic Esters and β-Keto Esters Promoted by Ferric Perchlorate – F. Li and G. Wang (University of Science and Technology of China)

09:20 1476

New Highly Efficient Concave Receptors for Fullerenes – N. Martín, E. Pérez, H. Isla and M. Gallego (Complutense University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1477

Periodically Rippled Graphene: An Electronically and Structurally Nanostructured Material – B. Borca (Univ. Autónoma de Madrid), S. Barja, M. Garnica (Instituto Madrileño de Estudios Avanzados en Nanociencia), J. Hinarejos (Univ. Autónoma de Madrid), A. Politano (Instituto Madrileño de Estudios Avanzados en Nanociencia), M. Minniti, D. Farías, A. Vázquez de Parga (Univ. Autónoma de Madrid) and R. Miranda (IMDEANanociencia)

10:20 1478

Organic Photovoltaic Devices Based on Fullerene Derivatives – J. L. Delgado (IMDEA Nanociencia), C. Villegas (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), P. Bouit and N. Martín (Ciudad Universitaria de Cantoblanco)

10:40 1479

Porphyrin Counter Anion in Imidazolium Modified Graphene – N. Tagmatarchis (National Hellenic Research Foundation)

11:00 1480

Applications of Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes – M. Prato (University of Trieste)

11:20 1481

Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Complexes with Conjugated Polyelectrolytes: Synthesis and Properties – P. Imin, N. A. Rice, F. Cheng and A. Adronov (McMaster University)

11:40 1482

Recent Advances in Fluorination of Fullerenes – O. Boltalina, N. Shustova, I. Kuvychko, S. Strauss (Colorado State University), Z. Mazej (Josef Stefan Institute), Y. Chen (The University of Chicago) and A. Popov (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research)

12:00 1483

Exploiting the Alkynyl Moiety to Modulate the Electronic of Novel Fullerene Derivatives – J. Morin and S. Rondeau-Gagné (Université Laval)

Co-Chairs: Martin and Nierengarten

14:00 1484

Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes by Innovative Methods – M. Bonchio (ITM-CNR University of Padova)

14:20 1485

Synthesis and Functionalization of Carbon Nanoscrolls – M. Maggini (University of Padova) and R. Riccò (CIVEN/Nanofab)

14:40 1486

Modulating Electronic Interactions Between Closely Spaced Complementary π-Surfaces: SubPc-C60 Conjugates – D. González-Rodríguez, J. Guilleme (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid), E. Carbonell (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), A. Medina, C. Claessens (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid), D. M. Guldi (FriedrichAlexander-Universitat EErlangen-Nurnberg) and T. Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

15:00 1487

One-Pot Synthesis of New Thio Derivatives of C60 with the Unexpected Formation of Thiazolidine Fulleropyrrolidine – S. Yang, C. Chen (University of Science and Technology of China) and X. Li (Hunan University of Science and Technology)

Co-Chairs: Martin and Nierengarten

08:00 1472

Nanocarbon-Based Photoelectrochemical and Photovoltaic Devices – H. Imahori (Kyoto University)

08:20 1473

Design and Electrochemical Properties of C60 Derivatives under Regioselective Control – L. Echegoyen and A. L. Ortiz (Clemson University)

08:40 1474

Complexation of Porphyrin-Fullerene Composites in Amorphous State Revealed by Solid-State NMR – H. Hayashi, T. Yamada, S. Kang, T. Umeyama, Y. Matano, H. Kaji and H. Imahori (Kyoto University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Monday, April 26

Co-Chairs: Andy Herring and John Muldoon


Monday, April 26

15:20 1488

Supramolecular and Covalent [60]Fullerene Arrays – A. Sastre-Santos, L. Martin-Gomis, F. Céspedes-Guirao and F. Fernandez-Lazaro (Universidad Miguel Hernandez)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1489

Supramolecular Recognition of Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes: A Route to Produce Versatile 2D Microstructures – M. Quintana, A. Llanes-Payas (Universita degli Studi di Trieste) and M. Prato (University of Trieste)

16:20 1490

A Click-Click Approach for the Preparation of Functionalized [5:1]-Hexaadducts of C60 – J. Nierengarten (University of Strasbourg)

16:40 1491

Supramolecular Complexes Between C60 and Thienylenevinylene Oligomers – R. Caballero (INAMOL-UCLM), S. Islam (Osaka University), M. Holler (Ecole Européenne de Chimie, Polymères et Matériaux, Strasbourg), P. De La Cruz (INAMOL-UCLM), J. Nierengarten (University of Strasbourg), S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University; Ewha Womans University) and F. Langa (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

H3

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Fundamental Properties and Processes Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

10:20 1506

(Invited) Raman Spectroscopy of ChiralityEnriched Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes – S. Doorn, J. Duque (Los Alamos National Laboratory), E. Haroz, J. Kono (Rice University), H. Chen, A. Swan (Boston University), X. Tu and M. Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

10:40 1507

(Invited) Effects of Fullerene Encapsulation on Radial Breathing Mode Frequencies of Metallic Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes – T. Okazaki (AIST)

11:00 1508

(Invited) Optical Properties and Energy Transfer in Carbon Nanotube-Polymer Nanohybrid Structures – R. Nicholas (Oxford University)

11:20 1509

(Invited) Ultrabright Photoluminescence of Individual Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – X. Wang, A. Lee, L. Carlson, J. Smyder (University of Rochester), X. Tu, M. Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and T. Krauss (University of Rochester)

11:40 1510

(Invited) Exziton Dynamics in Novel Carbon Nanotube-Molecule Aggregates – J. Crochet, T. Ackermann, M. Hailmann, T. Hain, T. Hefner, S. Himmelein, F. Schoeppler, D. Stich and T. Hertel (University of Wuerzburg)

12:00 1511

Emission Energy and Quantum Yield of Photo-Excited Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes: The Influence of Solvent and Surface Bound Molecules – B. A. Larsen (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), P. Deria (Department of Chemistry, Duke University), M. Heben (University of Toledo), M. Therien (Department of Chemistry, Duke University) and J. Blackburn (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt Growth Co-Chairs: Weisman, Zheng, and Doorn

08:00 1500

(Invited) Direct Growth of Metallic SingleWalled Carbon Nanotubes Thin Films – A. R. Harutyunyan (Honda Research Institute USA Inc.)

08:20 1501

The Effect of Catalyst Composition on Chirality Distributions of As-Grown SingleWalled Carbon Nanotubes – W. Chiang (Case Western Reserve University), D. Dutta, V. Bhethanabotla (University of South Florida) and R. Sankaran (Case Western Reserve University)

08:40 1502

09:00 1503

Synthesis, Characterization and Electron Transfer Properties of Sea Urchin Shaped Carbon Nanostructured Materials – A. TabetAoul Benyoucef (EMT-INRS), Z. Hamoudi and M. Mohamedi (INRS-EMT) Pyrolytic Conversion of Organic Aerogels into Monolithic Meso- and Macroporous Carbon – N. Leventis, C. Sotiriou-Leventis, N. Chandrasekaran, C. Chidambareswarapattar, S. Mahadik, D. Mohite, S. Mulik and A. Sadekar (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

Spectroscopy and Processing Co-Chairs: Weisman, Zheng, and Doorn

14:00 1512

(Invited - Young Investigator Award) Preparation, Characterization, and Application of Monodisperse Carbon-Based Nanomaterials – M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University)

14:20 1513

(Invited) Optical Detection of Heavy Metals Using DNA-Carbon Nanotube Hybrids – W. Zhao (University of Arkansas at Little Rock), D. Deloach (University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff) and A. Kamel (University of Arkansas at Little Rock)

14:40 1514

(Invited) Ground and Excited State Charge Transfer Processes in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – J. Blackburn, J. Holt, K. Mistry, J. Rocha, D. Svedruzic-Chang, P. King, A. Ferguson, N. Kopidakis (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), M. Heben (University of Toledo) and G. Rumbles (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

15:00 1515

(Invited) Preparation and Characterization of Carbon Nanotube Reference Materials – J. Fagan (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

15:20 1516

(Invited) Novel Near-IR Photoluminescence from Oxidized Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – S. Bachilo, S. Ghosh and R. Weisman (Rice University)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Spectroscopy Co-Chairs: Doorn, Kono, and Weisman

09:20 1504

(Invited) The Evolution of Populations of Nanotubes During Synthesis from Optical Imaging and Optical Spectroscopy – P. Finnie (National Research Council Canada), A. Li-Pook-Than, P. Vinten (University of Ottawa), P. Marshall and J. Lefebvre (National Research Council Canada)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1505

(Invited) Low-Energy Dynamics in SingleWalled Carbon Nanotubes – J. Kono (Rice University)

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(Invited) Squeezing Out Perfection from Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes – F. Papadimitrakopoulos (University of Connecticut)

16:20 1518

Emission Saturation of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes via Modulation of Surfactant Interaction at the Nanotube Surface – J. G. Duque, C. Densmore and S. Doorn (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

16:40 1519

The Synergic Effect of Pulse and PulseReverse Parameters with Various Surfactants on the Microstructure and Property of Ni-SWNT Composites – M. Zheng, M. Sullivan and R. Hilty (Tyco Elecronics)

H8

11:00 1624

(Invited) Synthetic Strategies for Unsymmetrical Porphyrins – M. O. Senge (Trinity College Dublin)

11:20 1625

Supramolecular Structures and Photoelectrochemical Properties of SelfAssembled Porphyrin Nanotubes Including Fullerenes – F. Tani, H. Nobukuni (Kyushu Univeristy), Y. Shimazaki (Ibaraki University), Y. Naruta (Kyushu Univeristy), K. Ohkubo, T. Nakanishi (Osaka University), T. Kojima (University of Tsukuba), S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University; Ewha Womans University), S. Seki (Osaka University) and H. Uno (Ehime University)

11:40 1626

(Invited) Porphyrin Conjugated Copolymers for Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells – H. Imahori (Kyoto University)

12:00 1627

(Invited) Polypeptides with Functionalized Pendant Porphyrins for Self-Assembling Processes and the Elaboration of Novel Type of Glues – N. Solladié (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination du CNRS)

Porphyrins and Supramolecular Assemblies

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chairs: Kadish, Paolesse, and Solladie; Borovkov and Kobuke

08:00 1616

08:20 1617

08:40 1618

09:00 1619

(Invited) Bis-Porphyrinic Tweezers for the Molecular Recognition of Bidentate Bases of Various Sizes: Towards the Purification of Polluted Effluents – R. Rein and N. Solladié (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination du CNRS) (Invited) From the Porphyrin-Based Supramolecular Chirogenesis Towards the Metal-Based Chiral Material – V. Borovkov (Osaka University), T. Kizawa, T. Osawa (University of Toyama), S. Ikeda, T. Kitamura (Metek Kitamura Co., Ltd.) and Y. Inoue (Osaka University) (Invited) Nanostructured Films Based on Lutetium Bisphthalocyanines and Tyrosinase as Biosensors for the Detection of Antioxidants – C. Apetrei (University of Valladolid), P. Alessio, J. Constantino (University of Presidente Prudente), J. De Saja and M. Rodriguez-Mendez (University of Valladolid) (Invited) Novel Electron Donor Acceptor Nanocomposites – D. M. Guldi (FriedrichAlexander-Universitat EErlangen-Nurnberg)

09:20 1620

(Invited) Catalytic Decomposition of Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species by Corrole Metal Complexes – Z. Gross (Technion)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1621

‘Clickable Porphyrins’: A Versatile and Rapid Route Towards Porphyrin Libraries – S. Mohnani (FUNDP (University of Namur)) and D. Bonifazi (University of Namur and Università di Trieste)

10:20 1622

(Invited) Phthalocyanines as Efficient Sensitizers in Photorefractive Polymer Composites – M. A. Diaz-Garcia (Universidad de Alicante), F. Gallego-Gomez (Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid), J. Quintana, J. Villalvilla (Universidad de Alicante), L. Martin-Gomis, F. FernandezLazaro and A. Sastre-Santos (Universidad Miguel Hernandez)

10:40 1623

(Invited) Porphyrin Assemblies for Chemical Sensors Development – D. Monti, S. Nardis, L. Lvova, F. Mandoj, C. Di Natale, A. D’ Amico and R. Paolesse (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Co-Chairs: Gross and Senge; Di Natale

14:00 1628

(Invited) Optical Sensing Properties of Distributed Porphyrins Layers – F. Dini (Tor Vergata University), R. Paolesse (University of Rome Tor Vergata), A. D’Amico (Tor Vergata University), D. Filippini, I. Lundstrom (Linkoping Univerrsity) and C. Di Natale (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

14:20 1629

(Invited) Generation of Porphyrin Nanotube and Its Light-Harvesting Function – Y. Kobuke (Kyoto University) and A. Satake (Nara Institute of Science and Technology)

14:40 1630

(Invited) Design and Synthesis of Porphyrin Frameworks for Multidimensional Molecular Materials – C. Aurisicchio, D. Stassen (University of Namur), V. Corvaglia (University of Namur and Università di Trieste), C. Fabbro (Università di Trieste) and D. Bonifazi (University of Namur and Università di Trieste)

15:00 1631

(Invited) High and Low Potential Porphyrin and Phthalocyanine Sensitizers for Splitting Water to Hydrogen and Oxygen Using Solar Energy – B. Sherman, S. Pillai, J. Bergkamp, J. Tomlin, A. Moore, G. Devens and T. Moore (Arizona State University)

15:20 1632

(Invited) Synthesis and Photophysical Properties of Hydrogen-Bonded Phthalocyanine and SubphthalocyaninePerylenediimide Assemblies – W. Seitz (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), A. Jimenez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), E. Carbonell, B. Grimm (Universität ErlangenNürnberg), A. Medina (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), C. Claessens (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid), S. Rodríguez-Morgade (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), D. M. Guldi (Friedrich-AlexanderUniversitat EErlangen-Nurnberg) and T. Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1633

(Invited) Gas-Phase Chemistry of Cationic Porphyrins – C. Ramos and M. O. SantanaMarques (University of Aveiro)

16:20 1634

Self-Assembled Porphyrin for Organic Photovoltaics – O. Yoshikawa, Y. Kobuke and S. Yoshikawa (Kyoto University) 51

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16:40 1635

Monday, April 26

I3

(Invited) Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Supramolecular Assemblies Based on a Doubly Protonated and Saddle-Distorted Porphyrin – T. Kojima (University of Tsukuba), T. Honda, T. Nakanishi, K. Ohkubo (Osaka University) and S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University; Ewha Womans University)

Charge Transfer: Electrons, Protons, and Other Ions

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In Situ Scanning Probe Microscopy and Spectroscopy in Electrochemistry Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chair: O. M. Magnussen

08:40 1767

Assembly Behavior and Monolayer Characteristics of OH-Terminated Alkanethiols and Aromatic Thiols: In Situ Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Electrochemical Studies – Y. Liu and Y. Lee (National Cheng Kung University)

09:00 1768

Electrochemical Scanning Tunneling Microscopy: Adlayer Structure and Reaction at Solid/Liquid Interface – D. Wang and L. Wan (Institute of Chemistry, CAS)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1769

Segregation of a Small Amount of Molecule in Self-Spreading Lipid Bilayer Thourgh Metallic Nanogate – H. Nabika (Hokkaido Univ.) and K. Murakoshi (Hokkaido University)

10:20 1770

Study Electrochemical Gate Controlled Electron Transport in Single Molecules Using STM Break Junctions – N. J. Tao (Arizona State University)

11:00 1771

SECPM Study: Influence of the Tip Material and Its Coating on the Accuracy of Potential Profiling Across Electrical Double Layer at Solid/Liquid Interface – A. Bashir, M. Muglali, F. R. Hamou and M. Rohwerder (Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung)

11:20 1772

Numerical Simulation of Probing the Electric Double Layer by Scanning Electrochemical Potential Microscopy – F. R. Hamou (Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung), P. U. Biedermann, A. Erbe (Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung) and M. Rohwerder (Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung)

11:40 1773

Properties of Metal Phthalocyanine Monolayers on Au(111) Surfaces – M. Khanfar and S. Morin (York University)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Session #1 Co-Chairs: S. Paddison and P. Trulove

08:00 1722

Concerted Proton-Electron Transfer Reactions – D. Evans (Purdue University)

08:40 1723

Charge Transfer Through Peptide Nucleic Acid Oligonucletide Molecules and SelfAssembled Monolayers – E. Wierzbinski, K. Davis, D. Waldeck (University of Pittsburgh), S. Bezer and C. Achim (Carnegie Mellon University)

09:00 1724

Theoretical Studies of Interfacial ProtonCoupled Electron Transfer Reactions at Metal Electrodes – A. V. Soudackov and S. HammesSchiffer (Pennsylvania State University)

Session #2 Co-Chairs: S. Paddison and P. Trulove

10:00 1725

10:40 1726

11:00 1727

11:40 1728

Mechanistic Aspects of Proton Coupled Electron Transfer: Role of Buffer and Water as Proton Acceptor – C. Costentin, J. Bonin, C. Louault, M. Robert, J. Savéant and A. Teillout (Université Paris Diderot) Measuring Electron Transfer Kinetics in Room Temperature Ionic Liquids Using the Scanning Electrochemical Microscope – K. Lovelock and D. Walsh (University of Nottingham) Structure and Transport of Hydronium Ions in Bulk Water and in Triflic Acid Hydrate Crystals Probed by Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics and Ab Initio Path Integrals – M. E. Tuckerman (New York University) Long-Term Stability and Electrical Performance of Molecular Diodes – R. T. Popoff and H. Yu (Simon Fraser University)

Session #3 Co-Chairs: S. Paddison and P. Trulove

14:00 1729

Structure and Ion Transport in Ionic Liquids and Liquid Electrolytes from Molecular Dynamics Simulations – O. Borodin, J. Vatamanu and G. Smith (University of Utah)

14:40 1730

Dynamic Impedance Spectroscopy of Peroxide Reduction at a Pt(poly) Rotating Disk Electrode in 0.5 M H2SO4 – G. Hager and D. Harrington (University of Victoria)

15:00 1731

First Principles Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Proton Transport in Phosphoric Acid – L. Vilciauskas (Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research)

15:40 1732

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Electrochemistry in Low-Supported Media: Theoretical and Experimental Investigations. – T. Doneux, J. Limon-Petersen, E. Dickinson, N. Rees and R. Compton (University of Oxford)

Chair: S. Morin

14:00 1774

Surface Reconstruction of Cu(100) Electrodes during Hydrogen Evolution Studied by In Situ Video-STM – H. Matsushima, C. Haak, A. Taranovskyy, Y. Gruender and O. Magnussen (Kiel University)

14:20 1775

In Situ STM Studies in the Development of Electrochemical ALD – J. L. Stickney (The University of Georgia) and Y. Kim (Temple University)

15:00 1776

Structure and Dynamics of Self-Assembled Mercaptobenzimidazole Monolayers on Au(111) – L. Ou Yang and T. Moffat (NIST)

15:20 1777

Accelerator Surface Phase Associated with Superconformal Cu Electrodeposition – T. P. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and L. Ou Yang (NIST)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1778

STM as Quantitative Tool in Electrochemical Model Studies – H. E. Hoster, O. Alves, A. Engstfeld and R. Behm (Ulm University)

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Synthesis of Nanostructured Transparent CuxS Thin Films by Continuous Flow Reactor Process – S. Hwang, J. Jung (Yeungnam University), S. Han, C. Chang (Oregon State University) and S. Ryu (Yeungnam University)

88

Electrical and Gas Sensing Properties of Zinc Oxide Nanorod Prepared by Microemulsion Method – D. Chang (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology), K. Kim (Daegu-Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology), S. Lim, H. Choi and S. Hong (Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology)

89

Preparation and Characterization of Ga Doped ZnO Thin Films by Nitrogen Implantation – J. Kim (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), Y. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University), J. Lee (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), S. Lee and K. An (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology)

90

Formation of Ni-Silicide Nanowires on Siliconon-Insulator Substrates by Atomic Force Microscope Lithography – H. Hsu and T. Chen (National Chung Hsing University)

91

Promotion of Power Generation in N719 Dye Sensitized Solar Cells Made by Dye Adsorption with a High-Temperature Dye Solution – F. Hirose, M. Shikaku (Yamagata University), Y. Kimura and M. Niwano (Tohoku University)

92

1700h �������� Manuel M. Baizer Award Reception, The Roof, 15th Floor Fairmont

Properties of Porous n-InP (100) Obtained by Electrochemical Method – J. Suchikova, V. V. Kidalov (Berdyansk State Pedagogical University) and G. Sukach (V. Lashkaryov’s Institute of Semiconductor Physics NASU)

93

1800h �������� Technical Exhibit and General Poster Session, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Photocatalytic Oxidation of Gaseous Styrene by Using Carbon-Doped TiO2 Film in the Reactor with Optical Fibers – M. Kim, G. Liu and B. Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)

94

Redox Catalysis Applied to Chemical Modification of Carbon Surfaces with Methyl Groups by Using Ferrocene Derivatives – L. S. Hernandez-Muñoz, C. VázquezLópez, P. Astudillo, R. Fragoso (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional), E. Klimova (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Cd. Universitaria), L. Ortiz-Frade and F. González (Centro de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnológico en Electroquímica)

95

Asymmetric and Symmetric Dipole-Dipole Interactions Drive Distinct Aggregation and Emission Behavior of Intramolecular ChargeTransfer Molecules – Y. Li, J. Xu, H. Liu and Y. Li (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

96

Controllable Growth Zero to Multidimensional Nanostructures of a Novel Porphyrin Molecule – C. Huang (Institution of Chemistry, Chinese Academic of Science), Y. Li, H. Liu and Y. Li (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

97

Aggregation-Enhanced Emission in Gold Nanoparticles Protected by Tetradentate Perylene Derivative – H. Liu, J. Lv, Y. Li and Y. Li (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

98

Nanocomposites of Ni/SiO2 and Fe/SiO2 : Synthesis, Characterization and Applications – M. S. Seehra and V. Singh (West Virginia University)

Tuesday, April 27 0900h �������� Technical Exhibit, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 0930h �������� Technical Session Coffee Break, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 1200h �������� Complimentary Lunch for the First 300 Exhibit Attendees, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 1215h �������� Annual Society Luncheon & Business Meeting with Student Poster Award Presentation, The Roof, 15th Floor Fairmont (Ticket Required) 1400h �������� 2010 Linford Award Address— by Daniel Schwartz, “Preparing Electrochemical Engineers for the 21st Century”, F2 Symposium, Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt 1700h �������� F2 Symposium Reception in Honor of Richard C. Alkire (Ticket Required)

A2

Nanotechnology General Session All Divisions

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h

83

Synthesis of Nitrogen-Doped ZnO Particles by the Addition of Ammonium Borate Salts – P. Nandakumar (University of Texas of Permian Basin) and J. Villadares (Midland College)

84

Functionalized Carbon Nanotube Based Gas Sensors: Effects of Heat and Vacuum Treatment – E. Contés (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus)

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Electrochemical Preparation of Bulk Pt/Carbon Nano-Onions for Fuel Cell Application – D. Santiago (University of Puerto Rico), A. Palkar, L. Echegoyen (Clemson University) and C. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus) Semiconducting Nanowires Deposited by a Template Approach: Towards Nanowire Electronic Devices – E. Matei, I. Enculescu (National Institute of Materials Physics), R. Neumann (GSI Darmstadt Germany), S. Granville and J. Ansermet (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne)

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99

Palladium Nanostructures Synthesis by Sputtering Deposition on HOPG Surfaces – L. Arroyo-Ramírez (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus), Y. Figueroa, D. Rodríguez, W. Otaño (University of Puerto Rico at Cayey) and C. Cabrera (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus)

100

Uptake and Distribution of Fullerenes in Human Mast Cells – A. L. Dellinger, Z. Zhou (Luna Innovations), S. K. Norton (Virginia Commonwealth University), R. Lenk (Luna Innovations), D. Conrad (Virginia Commonwealth University) and C. L. Kepley (Luna Innovations)

101

Preparation and Characterization of Nanostructures Using Scanning Probe Discharge Lithography – T. Fang and S. Kang (NFU)

102

Layer-by-Layer Copper Photonic Crystals for Near Infrared Spectral Region – S. Wu (National Nano Device Laboratories), Y. Yang (National Chiao Tung University), W. Huang (National Nano Device Laboratories) and Y. Huang (National Chiao Tung University)

B1

Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session

11:00 166

Developing LLTO/Alumina Composite for the Solid-Electrolyte in Lithium-Ion Battery – H. Zhang, Y. Jiang (West Virginia University), A. Manivannan (National Energy Technology Laboratory) and X. Liu (West Virginia University)

11:20

167

Development of Li-Ion Battery Electrolytes with Improved Safety for NASA Applications – M. C. Smart (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology), F. Krause (Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute, University of Southern California), W. West, J. Soler (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology), G. Prakash (Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute, University of Southern California) and B. Ratnakumar (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)

11:40

168

Perfluoro Aryl Boronic Esters as Redox Shuttle Additives in Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. L. Patterson and A. Hunt (EnerDel)

Fuel Cells General Session

14:00

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)

14:10

169

DOE Support for Development of Fuel Cell Technology: Overcoming Technological and Economic Barriers – D. C. Papageorgopoulos, J. Spendelow, N. Garland, K. Epping Martin, D. Lee Ho, J. Marcinkoski and S. Satyapal (U.S. Department of Energy)

Battery / Energy Technology Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Lithium-Ion Battery Electrolytes

08:00

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)

14:30

170

08:10 158

AC Conductivity and Mobile Transport Pathways in 0.45Li2O-(0.55-x)P2O5-xB2O3 Glasses – T. D. Tho, P. Rayavarapu and S. Adams (National University of Singapore)

Large-Scale CFD Simulations of Fuel Cell Flowfields – A. Kumar, R. Brost, S. Hirano and W. Schwartz (Ford Motor Company)

14:45

171

Stochastic 3D Models for the Pore Space Geometry of GDLs – R. Thiedmann (Ulm University), I. Manke (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin fuer Materialien und Energie), W. Lehnert (Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH) and V. Schmidt (Ulm University)

08:30 159

Polyether Based Gel Membrane Polyelectrolytes with Ionic Liquid Moiety – K. Luo, R. Filler and B. Mandal (Illinois Institute of Technology)

08:50 160

Molecular Analysis of Poly Styrene Concentration Effect on Poly Ethylene Oxide Based Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – C. San and C. Hong (National Tsing Hua University)

09:10

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09:30 162

Li-Ion Battery Electrolyte Additives Combining Moisture Trapping and SEI Stabilization – A. Du Pasquier (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey) and D. Ramprasad (WR Grace) Computational Characterization of New Ionic Liquids for Li Electrolytes – A. T. Yeates (Air Force Research Laboratory)

09:50

Intermission (10 Minutes)

10:00 163

Functional Electrolytes that Inhibit Swelling for Lithium Nickel Cobalt Oxide Based Cells – W. Li and M. Payne (Novolyte Technologies)

10:20 164

Revisiting LiClO4 as an Electrolyte for Rechargeable Li-Ion Batteries – R. Marom, O. Haik (Bar Ilan University), I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global R &D) and D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University)

10:40 165

Ionic Liquids: Enhanced Electrolytes for a New Generation of Batteries – M. Taige, T. F. Beyersdorff, F. Stiemke and T. Schubert (IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH)

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15:00 172

Influence of GDL Structure on PEM Fuel Cells Performances – J. Jonquille and J. Pauchet (CEA)

15:15

173

State of Water in Perfluorosulfonic Ionomer (Nafion 117) Proton Exchange Membranes – Z. Lu (RIT), G. Polizos, E. Manias and D. Macdonald (Penn State University)

15:30

174

The Performance of Novel Co-N-C Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in Acidic Solution – S. Li (NRCIFCI), L. Zhang and J. Zhang (National Research Council of Canada)

15:45

175

Extended Structures for PEM Fuel Cell ORR Catalysts: Motivations and Concepts – J. Waldecker, P. Shirvanian and S. Hirano (Ford Motor Company)

16:00

Intermission (15 Minutes)

16:15

176

Direct Oxidation of Alcohols in a Alkaline Electrolyte Environment – Q. He (Northeastern University), P. Krtil (Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry) and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

16:30

177

The Effect of Wetting Properties on the Bubble Dynamics in the Flow Field of Direct Methanol Fuel Cells – T. Hutzenlaub (HSGIMIT), N. Paust (University of Freiburg Imtek), R. Zengerle and C. Ziegler (University of Freiburg)

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17:00 179

17:15

17:30

17:45

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Understanding Oxygen Reduction in Complex Metal Organic and Inorganic Composites for Fuel Cell, Electrolyzer and Energy Storage Applications – S. Mukerjee, T. Arruda (Northeastern University), K. M. Abraham (Northeatsern University), M. Trahan and N. Ramaswamy (Northeastern University) Methanol Oxidation Activity of PtRu Catalysts and Their Microstructures – H. Daimon, T. Onodera (Hitachi Maxell, Ltd.), T. Nakagawa, S. Seino (Osaka University), H. Nitani (Institute of Materials Structure Science) and T. Yamamoto (Osaka University) The Use of Water Crossover Data for Parameter Estimation in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – T. Yau, P. Sauriol, X. Bi (University of British Columbia) and J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation) Electrochemical Pretreatment Procedures for DMFC Pt-Ru Catalysts – R. Kothandaraman (National Research Council), C. Bock (National Research Council of Canada) and B. MacDougall (NRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology) Parametric Studies of the Direct Alcohol Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell – S. Fan, D. Wilkinson (University of British Columbia) and H. Wang (National Research Council of Canada)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

190

Remote Siting and Plant Cost of an SOFC Power Plant Fed by a MHB in an Extended Deployable Coast Guard Ice Breaker – E. J. Newton and H. Knickle (University of Rhode Island)

191

Study of the Effect of Organic Lithium Salts on the Irreversible Capacity Loss of Natural Graphite Electrode – X. Sun and S. Dai (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

192

Optimization of RRDE Method for the Evaluation of Catalyst Activity in Alkaline Solution – K. Oda, H. Kato, K. Fukuta and H. Yanagi (Tokuyama Corporation)

193

Polypyrrole for Supercapacitors – P. Ninghsih and S. Donne (University of Newcastle)

194

Microstructural Change of Si-Based Carbon Coated Anode during In-Situ Heating Transmission Electron Microscopy – T. Ahn, S. Kim, D. Ko (Seoul National University), S. Lim, J. Cho (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) and Y. Kim (Seoul National University)

195

Sn-Based Composite Anode Materials Prepared Using an Electrochemical Method – J. Lee and H. Shin (Pusan National University)

196

Electrochemical Preparation of Porous Nickel Foams for High Efficient Electrochemical Devices – W. Choi, H. Jung and H. Shin (Pusan National University)

197

Synthesis and Characterization of PdCu ORR Catalyst for a PEM Fuel Cell – D. C. MartínezCasillas, G. Vázquez-Huerta and O. SolorzaFeria (Centro de Investigacion y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politecnico Nacional)

198

A Study on the Thermal Behavior of a Lithium-Ion Battery Pack – J. Lee, J. Yi, U. Kim, C. Shin (Ajou University), Y. Hong and C. Kim (EIG Ltd)

199

The Structural and Electrochemical Properties of Pyrolytic Carbon Derived from Sorona – M. Christy, J. Manasansodi, A. Kim, K. Nahm and E. Suh (Chonbuk National University)

200

Synthesis of Nanoscopic Co3O4 Prepared with Avian Egg Membrane as a Template and Fabrication of Asymmetric Supercapacitor – J. Manasansodi, M. Christy, A. Kim, K. Nahm (Chonbuk National University), D. Yoo (Seonam University) and P. Kim (Chonbuk National University)

201

Metal Supported SOFC for Intermediate Temperature Operations – K. Kim (Yeungnam University), Y. Park (Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology) and H. Kim (Yeungnam University)

202

Effect of TiO2 Langmuir-Blodgett Monolayer as a Blocking Layer on Performance of DyeSensitized Solar Cell – C. Han, Y. Lin, C. Hsu and Y. Chen-Yang (Chung Yuan Christian University)

203

Synthesis of High Power LiFePO4/C Cathode Materials Using Dual Carbon Sources – G. Fey, Y. Cho, S. Huang and H. Kao (National Central Unversity)

204

Effect of Li-La-Ti-O Coating Concentration on Electrochemical Performances of Li[Ni0.3Co 0.4Mn0.3]O2 Cathode – H. Lee, S. Kim and Y. Park (Kyonggi University)

Poster Session, 1800-2030h

183

Novel Method of Preparation for Ni-Rich Cathode Material of LiNi0.8Co 0.15Al0.05O2 – S. Yoon, C. Lee, I. Hwang, Y. Park (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), J. Lee (POSTECH) and J. Song (Korea Electronics Technology Institute, Green Energy Research Center)

184

Electrochemical Performance of Carbon Coated LiMnPO4 as Lithium-Ion Battery Cathodes – P. Muralidharan, S. Moon, H. Lee and D. Kim (KAIST)

185

Electrochemical Characterization of One-Dimensional Li2MnO3 Nanorod as Cathodes for Lithium-Ion Battery – H. Lee, P. Muralidharan and D. Kim (KAIST)

186

Numerical Analysis of Efficiency and Dynamic Performance of Li-Polymer Battery – M. Xiao (Auburn University) and S. Choe (Mechanical Engineering, Auburn University)

187

Electrochemical Investigation on LiFePO4/C Composite for Li Secondary Battery – H. Ko (Korea Instute of Energy Research and Chungnam National University), Y. Chun (Korea Institute of Energy Research), Y. Ahn (Korea Instute of Energy Research) and K. Han (Chungnam National University)

188

All-Solid-State Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Batteries with Li2S-P2S5 Based Electrolytes – J. Trevey, C. Stoldt and S. Lee (University of Colorado)

189

Improved High-Temperature Performance of LiMn2O4 by Surface Modification with ITO – C. Kim (KIST), S. Kwon, J. Yoon (Dankook University) and K. Han (KIST)

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205

Gel Electrolyte as Binder of the Activated Carbon Electrode in EDLC – P. Dvorak, J. Vondrak, M. Sedlarikova and M. Macalik (Brno University of Technology)

206

The Effects of Lithium Lanthanum Titanate Surface Modification on the Electrochemical Performance of Cathode Materials for Lithium Secondary Batteries – K. Jung, H. Kim (KAIST) and Y. Park (Kyonggi University)

207

Modification of Solid-State Electrolyte/ Cathode Interfaces for Thin Film Batteries – K. Chiu and B. Chen (Feng Chia University)

208

SiN/BCNT Composite Electrodes for LithiumIon Rechargeable Batteries – S. Katar, D. Hernandez, A. Biaggi, E. Mosquera-Vargas, L. Fonseca, B. Weiner and G. Morell (University of Puerto Rico, Riopiedras Campus)

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B2

10:00 301

Development of Novel Starch-Based Gel Electrolyte Films for Electrochemical Device Applications – S. Pang (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak) and C. Tay (Curtin University of Technology Miri Sarawak)

10:20 302

Proton Conducting Polymer Electrolytes for Electrochemical Capacitors – K. K. Lian, H. Gao and Q. Tian (University of Toronto)

10:40 303

Electrochemical and Physical Properties of Polymerized Imidazolium Anion Complexes – T. E. Sutto, T. Wong (Naval Research Laboratory), J. Taft (NOVA Research, Inc.) and T. Duncan (NOVA Research Inc.)

11:00 304

Fast Protonic Conductivity in Crystalline Benzenehexasulfonic Acid – Y. Tolmachev, E. Garanin, A. Turanov and A. Khitrin (Kent State University)

Influence of Electrolyte Composition on Deactivation Mechanism of a RuO2 -IrO2 TiO2 Coated Titanium Anode – S. Hoseinieh (Petroleum University of Technology), F. Ashrafizadeh (Isfahan University of Technology) and M. Maddahi (Petroleum University of Technology)

11:20 305

Investigation of the Effect of Functional Group Substitutions on the Gas-Phase Electron Affinities and Ionization Energies of Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids Ions Using Density Functional Theory – S. Ong and G. Ceder (Massachusetts Institution of Technology)

Enhanced Contrast: Switching Speed and Its Scalability of Electrochromic Windows Based Viologen Anchored to TiO2 – S. Kim (University of Washington), F. Su (Arizona State University), Y. Rong and M. Taya (University of Washington)

11:40 306

Anion Conduction in Solid Electrolytes Probed by Water Transport Measurements – H. Takahashi, T. Takeguchi, T. Yamanaka and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

Advanced Organic and Inorganic Materials for Electrochemical Power Sources

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Supercapacitors Co-Chairs: Vijay Ramani and Chunsheng Wang

14:00 307

Temperature Effect on the Capacitance of Carbon Nanotube Supercapacitors – B. Wei (University of Delaware)

14:20 308

Synthesis of KOH-Activated GlucoseBased Carbon with High Electrochemical Performance for Use in Supercapacitor – S. Chun and J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University)

Electrolyte Systems Co-Chairs: Trung Nguyen and Kang Xu

08:00 296

Characterization of Electrochemical Processes on PEO/LiTFSI Polymer Electrolyte System – E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University), W. Bennett and M. Manzo (NASA Glenn Research Center)

14:40 309

Co-Polymerization Preparation and Capacitive Performance of Composite Films of CNTs/PANI/NiHCF – Y. Zang, X. Hao, Z. Wang, Z. Zhang and S. Liu (Taiyuan University of Technology)

08:20 297

Characterization and Optimization of the Polymeric Electrolytes Based on Methulalumoxane and Polyethylene Glycols – M. S. Siekierski, M. Marczewski, M. Piszcz and A. Plewa-Marczewska (Warsaw University of Technology)

15:00 310

Nanoporous Carbon as a Model System for Electrochemical Capacitors – S. J. Limmer, W. Yelton, M. Siegal, D. Overmyer and B. Bunker (Sandia National Laboratories)

15:20

311

Flexible Supercapacitor Based on Polyaniline Nanowires/Carbon Cloth with Both High Gravimetric and Area-Normalized Capacitance – Y. Horng, Y. Lu (National Taiwan Normal University), Y. Hsu, K. Chen (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica) and L. Chen (National Taiwan University)

08:40 298

Association Constant in PEO-Based Systems Observed from the NMR and IR Spectroscopies in Comparison to Conductivity Based Fuoss-Kraus Method – A. Plewa-Marczewska, M. Bukat, G. Zukowska and M. S. Siekierski (Warsaw University of Technology)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

09:00 299

Improvement of Polymeric Electrolytes Properties: Strategies of System Modification – M. S. Siekierski and W. Wieczorek (Warsaw University of Technology)

16:00 312

Hybrid Gold Nanoparticle-PEDOT Materials for Supercapacitor Applications – G. R. Bremner and M. Wolf (University of British Columbia)

09:20 300

Electrochemical Behavior of Carbide Derived Carbons in LiPF6 and LiCF3SO3 Nonaqueous Electrolytes – A. Laheäär, A. Jänes and E. Lust (University of Tartu)

16:20 313

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Ion Diffusion in EDLC Based on Microporous Carbons – A. Kajdos (Georgia Institute of Technology), A. Kvit (University of Wisconsin - Madison), J. Jagiello (Micromeritics Instrument Corp) and G. Yushin (Georgia Institute of Technology)

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314

Enhanced Ultracapacitor Utilizing Vertically Aligned CNTs Attached with MnO2 Nanoparticles – S. Wei, W. Kang, J. Davidson, B. Rogers (Vanderbilt University) and J. Huang (National Tsing Hua Univesity)

17:00

315

Oriented NiO-TiO2 Nanotube Arrays for Supercapacitors: Microstructure and Electrochemical Properties – K. Zhu, J. Kim, Y. Yan, C. Perkins and A. Frank (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

17:20

316

Synthesis and Electrochemical Characterization of Graphene Based Materials for Electrochemical Capacitor Application – S. Bak and K. Kim (Yonsei University)

17:40

317

Advanced Laser Processing of Hydrous Ruthenium Oxide Supercapacitor Electrodes for Improved Performance – J. Scholl, C. Peabody and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University)

326

Preparation and Evaluation of Novel Polymer Complexes for Improved Alkaline Anion Exchange Membranes – D. Xie, Y. Weng, X. Guo, G. Wang (IUPUI), D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) and R. Chen (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)

327

Effect of a Fluoropolymer on the Properties of the Polysulfone-Based Alkaline Anion Exchange Membranes – G. Wang, J. Zhou, Y. Weng, X. Guo (IUPUI), D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), R. Chen (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis) and D. Xie (IUPUI)

328

Development of New Thin Film Electrolytes Composed of Layered Compound NaCo2O4 as Alkaline Fuel Cell – M. Matsuda, T. Murota (Santoku Corporation), H. Takahashi, T. Takeguchi and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

329

Development of New Anion-Conducting Layered Perovskite-Type Oxides Electrolytes – H. Watanabe (Hokkaidou University), T. Takeguchi, T. Yamanaka and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

330

Synthesis and Characterization of CrossLinked Polymer Electrolyte for Fuel Cell Applications – B. Kim, D. Lee, H. Lee, D. Henkensmeier, E. Cho, J. Jang, T. Lim and H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

331

Layer-by-Layer Self-Assembly of Permselective Silicate/Polyelectrolyte Multilayers onto Nafion as Methanol Blocking Barrier in DMFC – J. Kim and S. Kwak (Seoul National University)

332

UV-Curable Silver Nano Inks for Direct Printing – J. Kim, C. Jung and S. Koo (Hanyang University)

333

SnO2 -Modified MnO2 Electrode Material for Electric Double-Layer Capacitors – Y. Chen, P. He, Y. Liang, X. Yi, J. Sun and Q. Jiang (Southwest University of Science and Technology)

334

Morphology Variation of the Electrode Material in Inverted Polymer Solar Cell – Y. Suh, S. Park, T. Lee (University of Texas at Dallas), W. Chung, K. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) and M. Kim (University of Texas at Dallas)

335

Advanced Electrochemical Properties of Composite Electrolyte Based on Carbon Nanotubes—Polyethylene Oxide For DyeSensitized Solar Cells – M. Akhtar, J. Park, U. Kim and O. Yang (Chonbuk National University)

336

Fabrication of Dye Sensitized Solar Cells with Plasma Enhanced Polymerized Polyaniline/ TiO2 Nanoparticulate Thin Film Electrode – S. Ameen, C. Jo, Y. Kim and H. Shin (Chonbuk National University)

337

CIGS Thin Film Fabrication Using Spray Deposition Method – J. Cho, C. Ham, E. Bae, J. Suh and K. Song (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)

338

Preparing of CIGS Nanoparticles Using One Step Synthesis – C. Ham, J. Cho, J. Suh, E. Bae and K. Song (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: X. Zhang, D. Chu, P. Fedkiw, C. Wang, C. Cornelius, and G. Jackson

318

Nano-V2O5 and Conducting Polymer Composite Film Cathodes for Lithium Batteries – H. Song, Y. Kim, Q. Ta (Ajou University), I. Yeo (Dongguk University), W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) and S. Mho (Ajou University)

319

Building Li-Ion Battery Cathodes on Conductive Carbon Fibers – N. J. Dudney, J. Kiggans, A. Kercher, P. Ritt and H. Wang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

320

Characteristics of Conducting PolymerCoated Nanosized LiFePO4 Cathode in the Li+ Batteries – H. Dinh (Ajou University), I. Yeo (Dongguk University), W. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) and S. Mho (Ajou University)

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Room Temperature Cross-Linkable Gel Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium-Ion Batteries by In Situ Cationic Polymerization of Divinyl Ether – S. Hwang (Samsung Electronics, SAIT), C. Cho (Hanyang University) and H. Kim (Samsung Electronics, SAIT) Effect of Silica Aerogel on Properties of the Polyacrylonitrile/LiClO4 Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Battery – Y. Chen, Y. Chuang, C. Su, H. Yu and Y. Chen-Yang (Chung Yuan Christian University) Nonprecious Metal Electrode Catalysts for Alkaline Fuel Cells – A. Nakamura (Hokkaidou University), H. Takahashi, T. Takeguchi, T. Yamanaka and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

324

Hydrogen Permeation, Diffusion and Solution in LaNi5 - Based Electrode – L. Mirkova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

325

SnO2 -Ionomer Composites: A Comparative Study of the Transport Properties – B. Mecheri (University of Rome Tor Vergata), V. Felice (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique), A. D’Epifanio (University of Rome Tor Vergata), A. Tavares (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique) and S. Licoccia (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

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CdS or CdSe Decorated TiO2 Nanotube Arrays from Spray Pyrrolysis Deposition – K. Shin (Sungkyunkwan Univertisy), S. Im (Korea Research Institute of Chemical Technology), P. Yoo, D. Kim and J. Park (Sungkyunkwan University)

340

Emission Properties of Nonstoichiometric Ba(B′1/3B”2/3)O3 (B′ = Co or Zn, B” = Nb) Perovskite Type Materials for Photocatalytic Water Splitting – D. Grebennikov and P. Mascher (McMaster University)

341

Engineered Tungsten Oxy-Nitride Thin Film Materials for Photocatalytical Water Splitting Fabricated by MOCVD – A. P. Milanov, V. Gwildies, S. Cwik, T. Thiede, V. Vidyarthi, A. Savan, R. Meyer, H. Becker, D. Rogalla, A. Ludwig, R. Fischer and A. Devi (RuhrUniversity Bochum)

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Aerosol Jet Deposition for SOFC Fabrication – M. A. Sukeshini, P. Gardner (Wright State University), T. Jenkins (UES Inc.), R. Miller, T. Reitz (The Air Force Research laboratory), M. Renn and D. Ramahi (Optomec Inc.)

Tuesday Afternoon Co-Chairs: J. Lemmon and T. Javadi

14:00 367

A Nanostructured Li2S/Silicon Rechargeable Battery with High Specific Energy – Y. Yang, M. McDowell, A. Jackson, J. Cha, S. Hong and Y. Cui (Stanford University)

14:20 368

Microstructural Investigation of the SodiumNickel Chloride (ZEBRA) Battery – T. Javadi, G. Botton and A. Petric (McMaster University)

14:40 369

Electrochemical Properties of NickelAluminum Layered Double Hydroxide Fabricated by the Liquid Phase Deposition – A. B. Béléké and M. Mizuhata (Kobe University)

15:00 370

Investigation of Hydrogen Evolution During the Preparation of Anolyte for a Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – X. Gao, M. Leahy and D. N. Buckley (University of Limerick)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 371

High Power Planar Sodium Metal Halide Battery – J. P. Lemmon, G. Yang, X. Lu, G. Xia, V. Sprenkle and K. Meinhardt (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

16:00 372

Nonaqueous Redox Flow Battery Employing Redox Couples Able to Transfer Multi Electrons – D. Lee, H. Sun (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), S. Hwang (Samsung Electronics, SAIT), J. Park and S. Doo (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

16:20 373

ALD and MLD Surface Coatings for Performance and Safety Enhancement of Li-Ion Batteries – L. Riley (University of Colorado at Boulder), A. Cavanagh, S. George, S. Lee (University of Colorado) and A. Dillon (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

374

Performance and Life Testing of Altairnano PHEV Lithium-Ion Cells – J. R. Belt and C. Ho (Idaho National Laboratory)

Batteries for Renewable Energy Storage

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Tuesday Morning Co-Chairs: B. Y. Liaw and S. R. Narayan

09:00 360

In Situ FTIR Study of the Gaseous Decomposition Products of N-butyl-N-methylpyrrolidinium Bis(trifluoromethanesulfonyl)amide Ionic Liquid Electroreduction – D. Aurbach, E. Markevich, R. Sharabi, V. Borgel, H. Gottlieb, G. Salitra (Bar-Ilan University), G. Semrau and M. Schmidt (Merck KgaA)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 361

Fabrication of All-Solid-State Lithium Battery Using Novel Garnet Type Electrolyte – M. Kotobuki, K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University), Y. Sato, K. Yamamoto and T. Yoshida (NGK Insulators, LTD.)

10:20 362

Nanoparticle Organic Hybrid Electrolytes – J. L. Nugent and L. Archer (Cornell University)

10:40 363

A Roadmap Towards the Selection of the Most Adapted Battery System for Electrical Energy Storage – M. Dubarry, M. Cugnet and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

11:00 364

Monitoring Mechanical Degradation of Composite Electrodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries by Acoustic Emission Techniques – K. J. Rhodes (University of Tennessee), C. Daniel (Oak Ridge National Lab), E. LaraCurzio and N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

11:20 365

R & D Activities of Redox Flow Battery for Energy Storage at DICP – H. Zhang (Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

11:40 366

Electrochemical Energy Storage for Renewable and Grid Applications: Status and Challenges – Z. Yang, J. Liu, M. Kintner-Meyer, J. P. Lemmon and G. Graff (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

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Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Chair: D. Doughty

375

The Electrochemical Properties of Nickel Sulfide Electrode by for Na Batteries – H. Ryu, J. Kim, J. Park, I. Kim, H. Ahn, K. Kim, J. Ahn (Gyeongsang National University) and J. Wang (University of Wollongong)

376

Enhanced Cyclic Performance of Surface Modified LiMn2O4 by Al2O3 Coating for Li-Ion Batteries – W. Kim, W. Ryu, D. Han and H. Kwon (KAIST)

377

Application of Microporous Cu Foam Structure Prepared by Electrodeposition to Substrate of Sn Anode for Li-Ion Battery – D. Nam, R. Kim, J. Kim and H. Kwon (KAIST)

378

Cell Balancing and Cell Variations in Large Capacity Li-Ion Cells – N. K. Beck and A. Paterson (Axeon Technologies)

379

A Laboratory Experiment with PEMFC Oriented Towards Evaluation of the Fuel Cell For Failure Analysis In Automobiles – K. S. Santhanam, N. Karla, T. Hill, J. Stephenson and M. Wahila (Rochester Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


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Electrochemical Properties of LiFePO4 Cathode Material and Effect of the Carbon Content on the Rate-Capability – A. Kumar, R. Thomas (University of Puerto Rico), M. Tomar (University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez) and R. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico, San Juan) Synthesis and Characterization of P(ECHEO) Based Solid Polymer Electrolyte for Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery – N. Hellar (Bharathiar University), S. Subramanian (Kalasalingam University), A. Dorai, S. Ayyasamy, H. Muthusamy (Bharathiar University), J. Kawamura, B. Rangasami (Tohoku University) and P. C. Selvin (NGM College) Positive Effects of E-Beam Irradiation Ion Inorganic Particle Based Separator for Lithium-Ion Battery – M. Kim, S. Cho, C. Chung and J. Park (Sungkyunkwan University) High-Voltage Stability of Interfacial Reaction at the LiMn2O4 Thin Film Electrodes/Liquid Electrolytes with Boroxine Compounds – T. Horino, H. Tamada, A. Kishimoto, Y. Iriyama, Y. Tanaka and T. Fujinami (Shizuoka University) A New Sythetic Route for Preparing CarbonCoated LiFePO4 – Y. Li, W. Zhu, D. Lai and X. Shi (Chongqing Univerisity)

Biological Fuel Cells 4

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

11:00 401

Development of Thermostable Gluconate 5-Dehydrogenase for Biofuel Cell System – D. Yamaguchi, R. Matsumoto, Y. Goto, H. Sakai and Y. Tokita (Sony)

11:20 402

Understanding the Mechanism of Mitochondrial Bioelectrocatalysis in Organelle Based Biofuel Cells – R. Arechederra and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)

11:40 403

Fluorescence Characterization of Immobilized Enzymes – G. L. Martin (University of Hawaii at Manoa), C. Lau (The University of New Mexico), S. Minteer (Saint Louis University) and M. Cooney (University of Hawaii)

Systems to Enzyme Fundamentals II Co-Chairs: Vojtech Svoboda and Kenji Kano

14:00 404

In Situ and On-Demand Biocatalytic Hydrogen Production System for Microfuel Cells – A. I. Ranta, S. Kielosto, T. Noponen and A. Halme (Helsinki University of Technology)

14:20 405

Modeling Study of a Methanol Biofuel Cell Operating on Multi-Step Enzyme Kinetics and Mediated Electron Transfer – P. Kar and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)

14:40 406

Conversion of a Biofuel Cell to a Rechargeable Biobattery – P. Addo, R. Arechederra and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)

15:00 407

Novel In Situ Spectro-Electrochemical Methods for Newer Insights on Enzymatic Reaction Centers – T. Arruda, S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University), D. Chakraborty and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)

15:20 408

Mechanism and Performance of an Inexpensive Monosaccharide Biofuel Cell – L. O. Chetty (Brigham Young University - Hawaii), J. Kim (University of Hawaii at Manoa), N. Zhao (University of Hawaii Hawaii Natural Energy Institute), D. Scott (Brigham Young University - Hawaii) and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 409

Inhibition and Uncoupling Mechanisms in Mitochondrial Bioelectrocatalysis – M. Arechederra, C. Fischer, D. Wetzel and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)

16:20 410

Biofuel Cells Controlled by Logically Processed Biochemical Signals – E. Katz (Clarkson University)

Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Systems to Enzyme Fundamentals I Co-Chairs: Shelley Minteer and Scott Calabrese Barton

08:00 394

Advanced Glucose-Air Enzymatic Fuel Cell for Portable Applications – V. Svoboda, U. Lindstrom, S. Singhal (CFD Research Corporation), C. Lau and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

08:20 395

Microbial Fuel Cell Design Sufficient to Power a Hydrophone over a Several Month Period – K. E. Richter (SSC Pacific), D. Chadwick (SPAWAR Sytems Center Pacific) and L. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory)

08:40 396

Evolution of Sony’s Biofuel Cell – H. Sakai, T. Nakagawa, H. Mita, H. Kumita and Y. Tokita (Sony)

09:00 397

Potentially Implantable Glucose/Oxygen Biofuel Cells – S. Shleev (Malmoe University)

09:20 398

Microstructured Biological Fuel Cells for Automatic Series-Connection and Relay Systems – T. Miyake and M. Nisizawa (Tohoku University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 399

Protein Engineering for Bioelectrocatalysis: We Can Do More than Vmax – S. Banta (Columbia University)

10:40 400

Rational Design of Cellobiose Dehydrogenase for Biosensor and Biofuel Cell Applications – R. Ludwig (University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences), C. Sygmund (Research Centre Applied Biocatalysis), W. Harreither, D. Haltrich (University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences) and L. Gorton (Lund University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Tuesday, April 27

Glucose Oxidase Enzymes Rationally Engineered for Direct Electron Transfer – T. Holland (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), S. Brozik (Sandia National Laboratories), C. Lau, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico) and S. Banta (Columbia University) Calculation of Redox Potentials in MultiCopper Oxidases: A Combined First Principles and Molecular Dynamics Study – G. Hong (AFRL/RX), D. Ivnitski (The University of New Mexico), G. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory), P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico) and R. Pachter (Air Force Research Laboratory)

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Fluorescence Characterization of Enzyme Aggregation in the Immobilized State – G. L. Martin (University of Hawaii at Manoa), S. Minteer (Saint Louis University) and M. Cooney (University of Hawaii) Complete Oxidation of Hexose by Using a Synthetic Thermophilic Enzymes Pathway for Enzymatic Biofuel Cells – Y. Wang, G. Wu, X. Ye (Virginia Tech), S. Minteer (Saint Louis University) and Y. Zhang (Virginia Tech)

B5

Combinatorial Screening of Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Poster Session, 1800-2030h

461

Thermal, Electrical, and Electrochemical Properties of Scandium-Doped Ln0.6Sr 0.4Co 0.2Fe0.8O3−δ as Cathodes for IT-SOFC – Y. Yin, N. Yang, M. Xiong, Z. Tong, J. Feng, Z. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), E. Sun, Y. Jean and B. Jing (United Technologies Research Center Ltd.)

462

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy Characterization of Pt-M (M: Pd, Ru, Ir) as Electrocatalysts for Hydrogen Oxidation – Y. Weng and C. Hsieh (Feng Chia University)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Plamen Atanassov and Scott Banta

Tuesday, April 27

415

416

Characterization of Flow-Through Microbial Fuel Cells – S. Higgins, M. Cooney (University of Hawaii), S. Minteer (Saint Louis University), P. Atanassov, C. Lau (The University of New Mexico), A. Cheung (University of Southern California), O. Bretschger (J. Craig Venture Institute) and K. Nealson (University of Southern California) DNA-Directed Assembly of Enzymes and Nanomaterials: Small Laccase-Carbon Nanotube Supramolecular Assemblies – S. Brocato (University of New Mexico), C. Lau (The University of New Mexico), E. Chi, M. Werner-Washburne (University of New Mexico), P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), G. Szilvay, C. Li and S. Banta (Columbia University)

417

Incorporating Shewanella Onedensis MR-1 in Silica Films Derived by Chemical Vapor Deposition – J. N. Roy, C. Lau, L. Ista, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), H. Luckarift and G. R. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)

418

Controlling the Orientation of Multicopper Oxidases for Direct Electron Transfer – P. De la Iglesia (University of New Mexico), D. Ivnitski, C. Lau and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

419

Complete Glycerol Oxidation: Development of a Hybrid Enzymatic-Metallic Biofuel Cell – A. Falase (University of New Mexico), C. Lau, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), R. Arechederra, Z. Zulic and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)

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Measurement Setup to Study the Electrode Potentials Separately in a Printed Biofuel Cell – S. Tuurala, M. H. Smolander (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland), M. Valkiainen (VTT), A. Vaari (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland), V. Ojala (Pöyry Industry Oy) and M. Bergelin (Åbo Akademi, Process Chemistry Centre) Electrochemical Functionalization as a New Approach for Enzyme Immobilization – M. Moumene (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)) and M. Mohamedi (INRS-EMT) Electricity Generation Capability of Various Carbonaceous Electrodes in Microbial Fuel Cell – I. Park, G. Gnana Kumar, A. Kim, K. Nahm and P. Kim (Chonbuk National University)

B7

Electrode Processes Relevant to Fuel Cell Technology

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

PEM Catalysis: Oxygen Reduction 3 Co-Chairs: K. Ota and P. Kulesza

08:00 502

X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy Analysis of Nitrogen in Carbon-Based Catalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – M. Saito, H. Niwa, M. Kobayashi, Y. Harada, M. Oshima (The University of Tokyo), S. Moriya, K. Matsubayashi, Y. Nabae, S. Kuroki (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Ikeda (Japan Atomic Energy Agency), K. Terakura (Japan Advanced Institute of Science Technology), J. Ozaki (Gunma University) and S. Miyata (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

08:20 503

Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction on Carbon Nitride – S. M. Lyth, Y. Nabae, S. Moriya, S. Kuroki, M. Kakimoto (Tokyo Institute of Technology), J. Ozaki (Gunma University) and S. Miyata (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

08:40 504

Nitrogen Functionalized Mesoporous Carbon for PEM Fuel Cells – S. Shrestha and W. Mustain (University of Connecticut)

09:00 505

Nitrogen-Doped Carbon Nanotubes as a Novel Catalyst Support for PEM Fuel Cells – Y. Chen, H. Liu, J. Wang, R. Li, A. Sun (University of Western Ontario), S. Ye and S. Knights (Ballard Power Systems)

09:20 506

Highly Active Carbon Nitride Electocatalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cell Applications – R. S. Hsu and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

09:40 507

Pt- and Pd-Based Carbon Nitride ORR Electrocatalysts Supported on Conductive Nanoparticles for Application in PEMFCs – V. Di Noto and E. Negro (University of Padova)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 508

Interfacial Properties of Chalcogenide Metal Centers Towards the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – A. Gago Rodriguez, Y. Feng, L. Timperman and N. Alonso-Vante (University of Poitiers)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


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A Quantum Mechanical and Experimental Study of Cobalt/Polypyrrole Catalysts: Investigation of Oxygen Reduction Active Site – Z. Shi (NRC-Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), H. Liu (National Research Council of Canada), K. Lee (NRC-Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), J. Zhang (National Research Council of Canada), Z. Liu (NRCInstitute for Fuel Cell Innovation), J. Chlistunoff, M. Blair and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Electrochemistry of Fe-Phenylenediamine Derived Cathode Catalysts Supported on Carbon – S. A. Gharaibeh (Univeristy of Calgary) and V. I. Birss (University of Calgary) Effect of Synthesis Conditions on ORR Activity of Polyaniline-Fe-C Catalysts – G. Wu (Los Alamos National Laboratory), K. Artyushkova (The University of New Mexico), C. Johnston and P. Zelenay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) A Surface Functionalization Approach to Fe-N/C Oxygen Reduction Catalysts – A. Pauric, E. Easton (University of Ontario Institute of Technology) and B. MacLean (St. Francis Xavier University)

Regency B, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Electrode Performance Co-Chairs: M. Eikerling and D. Wilkinson

08:00 513

Novel Cathode Catalyst Development in a pH-Flexible Microfluidic Platform – F. Brushett (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign), A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois), A. Wiekowski and P. Kenis (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

11:00 521

The Effect of Oxide Blocking on the ORR on Platinum in Alkaline Solution – G. K. Wiberg (Technische Universität München) and M. Arenz (Technische Universitaet Muenchen)

11:20

522

Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotube Thin Films as Efficient Oxygen Reduction Catalyst for Alkaline Anion Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells – D. C. Higgins and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

11:40

523

Micromagnets in the PEMFC Catalyst Layer: Impacts on Adsorbate Kinetics – W. Gellett (Akermin, Inc.), S. Minteer (Saint Louis University), D. Dunwoody and J. Leddy (University of Iowa)

12:00 516

Electrocatalysis at Microelectrodes: Geometrical Considerations – H. Zhu (Case Western Reserve University), Y. Tolmachev (Kent State University) and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt High Temperature Catalysis Co-Chairs: V. Thangadurai and J. Giorgi

14:00 524

Recent Progress in Anode Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – Q. Li and V. Thangadurai (University of Calgary)

14:20 525

Carbon and Sulfur Poisoning in SOFC Anodes – J. B. Giorgi, S. M. Bukhari and J. S. O’Brien (University of Ottawa)

14:40 526

Developing an Electrochemical Method to Assess SOFC Anode Losses during H2S Poisoning under Polarization – S. C. Paulson, M. Sponiar and V. I. Birss (University of Calgary)

15:00 527

Electrochemical Promotion of CO Oxidation on Pt/YSZ: The Effect of Catalyst Potential on the Induction of Highly Active Stationary and Oscillatory States – M. N. Tsampas, F. Sapountzi and C. Vayenas (University of Patras)

08:20 514

Highly Active Porous Carbon-Supported Nonprecious Metal-N Electrocatalyst for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in PEM Fuel Cells – J. Choi, R. S. Hsu and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

15:20 528

08:40 515

The Importance of Catalyst Supports for the Improvement of PEM Fuel Cell Performance and Durability – S. Ye, A. Young, S. Knights (Ballard Power Systems) and A. Sun (University of Western Ontario)

Evaluation of Anode Architectures for SingleChamber SOFC by Impedance Spectroscopy Coupled with Gas Chromatography – C. Gaudillère, P. Vernoux (IRCELyon) and D. Farrusseng (Université Lyon 1)

15:40 529

09:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

09:00 516

See after Abstract #523

09:20 517

Model of a Water-Filled Nanopore in an Ionomer-Free Cathode Catalyst Layer – K. Chan and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University)

Electrochemical Reactions at the AnodeElectrolyte Interface of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: DFT Study – M. Shishkin and T. Ziegler (University of Calgary)

16:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:20 530

Performance and Stability of Cermet Supported SOFCs with an SDC Barrier Layer Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition – X. Zhang (NRC-IFCI), D. Yang (Industrial Materials Institute (NRC-IMI)), M. Robertson and C. Decès-Petit (NRC-IFCI)

16:40 531

Rate Determining Step of High Temperature Cathode Reaction Studied by In Situ Electrochemical XAS – Y. Orikasa, T. Ina, T. Nakao, T. Fukutsuka (Kyoto University), A. Mineshige (University of Hyogo), K. Amezawa, T. Kawada (Tohoku University) and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University)

17:00 532

Electrochemical Performance of SmBaCo2/3Fe2/3Cu2/3O5+δ- Ce1.9Gd0.1O1.9 Composite Cathodes for IT-SOFC – S. Lee, S. Jo, P. Muralidharan and D. Kim (KAIST)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 518

High Performance Electrode for PEMFC Based on a Double-Layered Buckypaper – W. Zhu (Florida State University), J. Zheng (Flordia State University), R. Liang, B. Wang, C. Zhang (Florida State University), G. Au and E. Plichta (U.S. Army CERDEC)

10:20 519

10:40 520

Modeling the Effect of Low Carbon Conductivity of the Cathode Catalyst Layer on PEM Fuel Cell Performance – M. Baghalha, M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University), J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation) and D. Harvey (Ballard) Improved Performance of Oxygen-Reducing Biocathode in Biological Fuel Cells – K. Kano and S. Tsujimura (Kyoto University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

61

Tuesday, April 27

10:40 509


17:20

533

Fabrication and Performance of Graded LSCF/ GDC Cathode for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell – N. Li (University of Connecticut), A. Smirnova (Eastern Connecticut State University), A. Verma, P. Singh and J. Kim (University of Connecticut)

17:40

534

Investigation of SOFC Cathode Kinetics by Means of Continuum Modeling and Well-Defined Electrodes – M. Lynch, X. Li, L. Yang, D. Mebane and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology)

545

Effect of Solvent on the Electrocatalytic Activity of Pt/C Catalyst for Methanol Electrooxidation – Y. Liang, P. He, X. Yi, Y. Chen, J. Sun and Q. Jiang (Southwest University of Science and Technology)

546

Impacts of Ru Dissolution and Crossover on PEMFC Performance and Anode Functionality – T. Cheng, V. Colbow and S. Wessel (Ballard Power Systems)

547

On the Effect of Vanadium Doping in Lanthanum Strontium Chromite – S. Carré, E. Koep and J. Morante (Universitat de Barcelona)

548

High Performance Electrolyte for Carbonate Fuel Cell – A. Hilmi, C. Yuh and M. Farooque (FuelCell Energy)

549

Temperature-Dependence of Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity at Pt/Graphitized Carbon Catalysts Prepared by Nanocapsule Method – H. Yano, T. Akiyama, M. Uchida, H. Uchida and M. Watanabe (University of Yamanashi)

550

Carbon-Supported Pt-Pd Alloy as MethanolTolerant-Oxygen-Reduction Catalyst for DMFCs – K. Nishanth, P. Sridhar, S. Pitchumani (Central Electrochemical Research Institute) and A. Shukla (Indian Institute of Science)

551

Two-Step Conditioning Method for HighPower Generating Direct Methanol Fuel Cell – M. Umeda, T. Iwasaki and M. Inoue (Nagaoka University of Technology)

552

Detection of H2O2 Generation during O2 Reduction at Porous Microelectrode Packed with Pt-Based Catalysts – M. Umeda and A. Kishi (Nagaoka University of Technology)

553

Effect of Core Size on Activity and Durability of Pt Core-Shell Catalysts for PEFCs – M. Inaba, H. Ito, H. Tsuji, M. Banno (Doshisha University), H. Yamada (Nara National College of Technology), M. Saito and A. Tasaka (Doshisha University)

554

Electrospun Metal Oxides for Energy Storage – M. Dusek, J. Macak, J. Trckova and J. Pytel (Elmarco Ltd.)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Tuesday, April 27

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: V. Birss, P. Kulesza, W. Mustain, K. Ota, and D. Wilkinson

535

Theoretical Investigation of Ammonia Oxidation Kinetics on Pt(111) – D. Daramola, A. Dugovics and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)

536

Controlled Growth of Silver Nanostructures for Oxygen Reduction Reaction in an Alkaline Electrolyte – C. Chen, Y. Chang, P. Wu and P. Lin (National Chiao Tung University)

537

538

539

540

3D Multiphase Modeling of PEMFC with Uneven Compression and Deformation of GDL – L. Qi, K. Jiao, A. Pereira and X. Li (Department of Mechanical and Mechatronical Engineering) Investigation of Gas Diffusion Electrodes for Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction – B. Schuster, N. Wagner and M. Schulze (German Aerospace Center) Investigation of Leakages in PEFC Fuel Cells by Measuring Current Density Distributions and Raman Spectra – M. Schulze, E. Gülzow, K. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center), P. Fischer and H. Bettermann (Heinrich-HeineUniversität Düsseldorf) Prospective of Pd/MOx as Alternative Anode Pt Catalyst for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell – E. Muhamad, T. Takeguchi, G. Wang, T. Yamanaka and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

541

Fabrication and Characterization of High Activity Pt/C Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction – B. Lim, J. Kim, S. Hwang, E. Cho, T. Lim and S. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

555

In Situ Observation of CO Oxidation by Anode PtRu/C Catalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – T. Yamanaka, T. Takeguchi, G. Wang, E. Muhamad and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

542

Electrochemical Preparation of Ternary Pt-Fe-Co Catalysts for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction: Size and Composition Dependent Activity – S. Hwang, S. Kim and T. Lim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

556

543

Effects of Upper Potential Dwell Time, Transients and Relative Humidity on PEM Fuel Cell Cathode Catalyst Degradation – M. M. Dutta, N. Jia, S. Lu, V. Colbow and S. Wessel (Ballard Power Systems)

Characterization of Core-Shell Catalyst for Electrooxidation of Small Organic Molecules – P. Ochal, J. Gomez de la Fuente, M. Tsypkin, F. Seland (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), S. Alayoglu, B. Eichhorn (University of Maryland) and S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

557

Impedance Analysis of PdCo as Cathode for a PEM Fuel Cell – G. Vázquez-Huerta, D. C. Martínez-Casillas and O. SolorzaFeria (Centro de Investigacion y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politecnico Nacional)

558

Sr3+/Sm3+ Co-Doped Based Two Phase Nanocomposite Electrolytes – R. Raza, S. K. Imran and B. Zhu (Royal Institute of Technology, KTH)

62

544

Electrocatalytic Activity of 4A-Zeolite Modified Pt/C for Electrooxidation of Methanol in Alkaline Medium – Y. Liang, P. He, X. Yi, Y. Chen, J. Sun and Q. Jiang (Southwest University of Science and Technology)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


559

Fabrication of Hydrophobic Coating on GDL with Silicone Based Materials – Y. Wang, S. Saher (University of Waterloo) and X. Li (Department of Mechanical and Mechatronical Engineering)

560

Improving CO Tolerance of Pt2Ru3/C Catalyst by the Addition of Tin Oxide – G. Wang, T. Takeguchi, T. Yamanaka, E. Muhamad and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

561

Rotating Disc Studies of Bulk CO Oxidation on Polycrystalline Platinum – P. Dahlstrøm and D. Harrington (University of Victoria)

562

EIS Analysis on SO2 Contamination in PEMFCs – Y. Zhai, K. Bethune, S. Dorn (University of Hawaii), G. Bender (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) and R. Rocheleau (University of Hawaii)

563

Analysis of Processes in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Based on the Porous Cathodes and Anodes – E. Lust, I. Kivi, K. Tamm, P. Möller, A. Samussenko, E. Anderson and H. Kurig (University of Tartu)

564

Analysis of Oxygen Reduction Reactions in Protic Ionic Liquids by In Situ FT-IR Spectroscopy – H. Munakata, T. Tashita, K. Sasajima and K. Kanamura (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

565

A New Method for the Measurement of Effective Ionic Conductivity in a PEMFC Catalyst Layer – Z. Siroma (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), J. Hagiwara (Doshisha University), K. Yasuda (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), M. Inaba and A. Tasaka (Doshisha University)

566

Platinum-Ruthenium Catalyst Structure and Its CO Tolerance in PEMFC – P. He, T. Cheng, R. Bashyam and S. Knights (Ballard Power Systems)

567

Single Chamber SOFC Based on LDMW Electrolyte and Its In Situ Anode Initialization – D. Tsai, J. Lo and Y. Chen (National Taiwan Univ. Sci. Tech.)

568

Electrochemical Study of SurfaceFunctionalized Carbon Support Materials – A. Abdullah, D. W. Banham, F. Feng, S. Gharaibeh, K. Pei and V. I. Birss (University of Calgary)

08:20 644

Micro-Raman Mapping of Cycled Commercial Li1-xNi0.80Co 0.15 Al0.05 O2 Electrodes: New Insights – J. Nanda (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), J. Remillard, A. O’Neil, K. Neitering (Ford Motor Co.), T. Ro (MIT), D. Bernardi and T. Miller (Ford Motor Co.)

08:40 645

SEI Formation or Exfoliation? Insights in the Electrolyte Decomposition Kinetics on Graphite for Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes – W. Mäerkle, C. Lu (Paul Scherrer Institut), D. Goers, M. Spahr (TIMCAL SA) and P. Novák (Paul Scherrer Institut)

09:00 646

The Role of Carbon Defect Chemistry in Optimizing Performance of Next Generation Lithium-Ion Batteries – I. Perez, V. Khalap and P. Collins (University of California, Irvine)

09:20 647

Effect of Processing Conditions on Physical and Electrochemical Characteristics of Disordered Carbon Li-Ion Negative Electrodes – J. Camardese (Lawrence Technological University) and A. Timmons (General Mortors R&D)

09:40 648

Three-Fold Increase in the Modulus of Graphite Negative Electrodes during Lithium Intercalation – Y. Qi (General Motors R&D), L. Hector, A. Timmons (General Mortors R&D) and H. Guo (University of South Carolina)

10:00 649

Effects of Concentration-Dependent Young’s Modulus on Diffusion Induced Stress Modeling for Battery Applications – R. D. Deshpande, Y. Cheng (University of Kentucky), Y. Qi (General Motors R&D) and M. Verbrugge (General Motors)

10:20 650

Hollow Carbon Nanosphere Based LithiumIon Negative Electrodes High Rate Low Temperature Performance – J. Cox and M. J. Wagner (The George Washington University)

10:40 651

In Situ Observation of Strains during Lithiation of a Graphite Electrode – Y. Qi (General Motors R&D) and S. J. Harris (General Motors R&D Center)

11:00 652

Nanoengineered Sn-TiC-C and Sb-MOx-C (M = Al, Ti, or Mo) Composite Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – A. Manthiram and S. Yoon (University of Texas at Austin)

11:20 653

Electrochemical Characteristics of SnO2 Nanoparticle Prepared by Liquid Phase Deposition Method as Negative Electrode for Lithium Secondary Batteries – K. Ui, S. Fukuya, S. Kawamura, Y. Kadoma, N. Kumagai (Iwate University), Y. Umekage, R. Kumaresan and M. Mizuhata (Kobe University)

11:40 654

SnO2 Nanofabrication for Electrode Materials by the Liquid Phase Deposition Method – M. Mizuhata, Y. Umekage, R. Kumaresan (Kobe University) and K. Ui (Iwate University)

12:00 655

Stability and Charge Dynamics of Li Electrode Materials: An In Situ Raman Spectroelectrochemistry Investigation – O. Frank (JHI Prague), S. Klod (IFW Dresden), C. Täschner (IFE Dresden), L. Kavan and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

Intercalation Compounds for Energy Conversion

B10 and Storage

Energy Technology / Battery Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Electrodes Materials for Lithium Batteries Co-Chairs: M. Misuhata and W. Walker

08:00 643

The Synthesis and Electrochemical Analysis of Novel Organic Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – W. T. Walker, S. Grugeon, S. Laruelle (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), M. Armand (University of Picardie Jules Verne), F. Wudl (University of California, Santa Barbara) and J. Tarascon (University of Picardie Jules Verne)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

63

Tuesday, April 27


Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

10:20 678

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib and C. Julien

Tuesday, April 27

656

6/7Li

and 31P Solid State NMR Studies of the Phosphate Family of Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – L. J. Davis, M. Scott (McMaster University), I. Heinmaa (National Institute of Chemical Physics of Biophysics), B. Ellis, L. Nazar (University of Waterloo) and G. R. Goward (McMaster University)

657

Study of a New Lamellar LiCoO2 Polytype – R. Berthelot, D. Carlier, M. Pollet and C. Delmas (CNRS-ICMCB)

658

Structural and Electrochemical Properties of the LiCo2/3Ni1/6Mn1/6O2 Positive Electrode Material – A. Mahmoud (University Cadi Ayyad), J. Amarilla (The Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid CSIC) and I. Saadoune (University Cadi Ayyad)

659

Simulating Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Mesoporous Manganese Dioxide – P. E. Ngoepe (University of Limpopo), T. Sayle and D. Sayle (Cranfield University)

10:40 679

11:00 680

High-Temperature Protonic Conduction Properties of a Psuedo-Ternary System, LaFeO3-SrFeO3-δ -SrZrO3 – A. Unemoto, A. Kaimai, K. Sato, K. Yashiro (Tohoku University), H. Matsumoto (Kyushu University), J. Mizusaki, K. Amezawa and T. Kawada (Tohoku University) Fabrication and Characterization of BaIn0.3Proton Conductor – F. Zhao, Q. Liu, S. Wang and F. Chen (University of South Carolina)

xYxCe 0.7O3-δ

Co-Ionic Conductivity in Reaction Sintered BaCe0.2Zr 0.6Y0.2O3-δ Protonic Ceramic – G. W. Coors (Ceramatec) and R. O’Hayre (Colorado School of Mines)

681

Identification of Proton Hosting Sites in Strontium-Substituted Cerium Metaphosphate Glass-Ceramic Materials – J. M. Stettler, H. Ray (University of California Berkeley), R. Wang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), J. Reimer (University of California Berkeley) and L. De Jonghe (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)

11:40 682

Possibility of Proton Conduction in Nanograin Yttria Stabilized Zirconia – J. Park (Stanford University), J. Shim (Stanford Univerisity), Y. Kim, T. Gür and F. Prinz (Stanford University)

11:20

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 7

B11 High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Proton Conductors Co-Chairs: Ellen Ivers-Tiffée and Harumi Yokokawa

14:00 683

Identification of the Charge Carriers in Cerium Phosphate Ceramics – H. L. Ray (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), N. Adelstein and L. De Jonghe (University of California, Berkeley)

Correlated Charge Transport and RedOx Buffer Effect by Hole-Electron Pair via Auto-Ionization in Perovskite Oxide with Multivalent Cation on B-Site – T. Kikuchi, M. Tamaru, S. Miyoshi (The University of Tokyo), T. Higuchi (Science University of Tokyo), J. Guo (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.) and S. Yamaguchi (The University of Tokyo)

14:20 684

Phase Transition Behavior of Proton Conducting Oxides, Sr1-xBa x ZrO3 – T. Sugimoto, S. Hasegawa and T. Hashimoto (Nihon University)

Investigation of Conductivity and Ambipolar Transport of Hydrogen in Ni Doped SrCe1-xYxO3-δ – H. K. Bentzer, N. Bonanos and J. Phair (Risø DTU)

14:40 685

Hydrogen Separating Membranes Based on Y/ Pr Co-Doped Barium Cerate/Zirconate Mixed Conducting Ceramics – J. Melnik, J. Luo, A. Sanger and K. Chuang (University of Alberta)

15:00 686

Oxidative Coupling of Methane in Different Architectures of Mixed Conducting Membrane Reactors – N. Benameur, L. Olivier, C. Gaudillère, D. Farrusseng and C. Mirodatos (Université Lyon 1)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 687

Reforming Natural Gas and Renewable Liquids Using Mixed-Conducting Dense Ceramic Membranes – U. Balachandran, T. Lee, C. Park, Y. Lu, B. Ma and S. Dorris (Argonne National Laboratory)

16:00 688

Ba0.5Sr 0.5Co 0.8Fe0.2O3-δ for Oxygen Separation Membranes – P. Müller, E. Müller, H. Störmer, D. Gerthsen, C. Niedrig, S. Taufall, S. Wagner (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology) and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

16:20 689

Assessment of the Electrochemical Properties of BSCF and Samarium Doped BSCF Perovskites – A. Verma and P. Singh (University of Connecticut)

08:00 672

Crystal Structure and Proton Conductivity in BaSn1-xScxO3-δ (x = 0-0.5) – I. Ahmed, F. Kinyanjui, S. Norberg, S. Eriksson (Chalmers University of Technology), S. Hull (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory) and E. Ahlberg (University of Gothenburg)

08:20 673

08:40 674

09:00 675

09:20 676

Effects of A- and B-Sites Doping on Proton Conductivity of the Double Perovskite-Type Ba2CaNb2O6 – S. Bhella (The University of Calgary) and V. Thangadurai (University of Calgary) Tailoring Y-Doped Barium Zirconate Proton Conductor Electrolytes by Co-Doping with Pr for Intermediate Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – E. Fabbri, D. Pergolesi, H. Tanaka (National Institute for Materials Science) and E. Traversa (International Research Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics, National Institute for Materials Science)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 677

Solid State NMR Studies of Doped BaSnO3 and BaZrO3 Protonic Conductors: Defect Trapping and Ionic Mobility – L. Buannic, F. Blanc and C. Grey (State University of New York at Stony Brook)

64

Dense Separation Membranes Co-Chairs: Bilge Yildiz and Fanglin Chen

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Defect Structure and Defect-Induced Expansion of Advanced MIEC Materials – A. Zuev and D. Tsvetkov (Ural State University)

701

Low ρO2 Coulometric Titration of the Perovskite La0.9Ca0.1FeO3-δ for Use in Ionic Transport Membranes – T. C. Geary, S. Adler, R. Gustafson and G. Cao (University of Washington)

702

Chemical Anchoring of Nickel Metal Catalysts for Improved Stability at High Temperature – C. Law and S. W. Sofie (Montana State University)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h

691

Dehydrogenation of Ethane to Ethylene in a Mixed Conducting Membrane Reactor – D. Farrusseng, N. Benameur, A. Van Veen and C. Mirodatos (Université Lyon 1)

692

Comparative Studies on Properties of Scandia-Doped Zirconia Synthesized by the Polymeric Precursor and the Polyacrylamide Techniques – R. Muccillo (IPEN) and G. Costa (University of California, Davis)

693

Nanoparticle Co-Cr2O3 Composite Anode Catalysts for Proton Conducting Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – X. Fu (University of Alberta), J. Lin (University of Alberta, Wuhan Institute of Technology), J. Luo, K. Chuang, A. Sanger (University of Alberta) and R. Chi (University of Alberta, Wuhan Institute of Technology)

694

Fundamental Thermodynamic Modifications in Wagner’s Equation in Solid State Electrochemistry – T. Miyashita (Miyashita Clinic)

695

Phase Stability and Electrochemical Analysis of Nb Doped BaCe0.9Y0.1O3-x Electrolyte for IT-SOFCs – E. Di Bartolomeo, A. D’Epifanio, M. Zunic and S. Licoccia (University of Rome Tor Vergata)

696

Effect of Processing Methodology on Microstructure and Ionic Conductivity of Yttria-Doped Zirconia – E. N. Muccillo (Energy and Nuclear Research Institute) and R. Muccillo (IPEN)

697

Correlation Between Electrochemical Properties and Local and/or Oxygen Defect Structures of Ln2NiO4 (Ln = La, Nd) – T. Ina, T. Nakao, Y. Orikasa, T. Fukutsuka (Kyoto University), A. Mineshige (University of Hyogo), K. Amezawa, T. Kawada (Tohoku University) and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University)

698

Electronic and Local Structure Analysis of the Electrolyte / Electrode Interface if IT-SOFC by Depth Resolved XAS – T. Nakao, T. Ina, Y. Orikasa, T. Fukutsuka (Kyoto University), Y. Terada, H. Tanida, T. Uruga, M. Takagaki, H. Toyokawa (JASRI), K. Amezawa, T. Kawada (Tohoku University), A. Mineshige (University of Hyogo) and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University)

699

Internal Reforming Kinetics in SOFCAnodes – A. Kromp (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), A. Leonide (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), H. Timmermann (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), A. Weber and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

700

Kinetic and Thermodynamic Study of Highly Heteroepitaxial, La0.8Sr 0.2CoO3-δ Electrodes Through Non Linear Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – T. J. McDonald, C. R. Kreller, S. Adler (University of Washington), H. Christen (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), G. La O’, E. Crumlin and Y. Shao-Horn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Metal / Air and Metal / Water Batteries

B12 Energy Technology / Battery Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Lithium Air Battery Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib and K. Abraham

08:00 745

Chemical and Electrochemical Processes in the Rechargeable Lithium Air Battery – K. M. Abraham (Northeatsern University), C. O’Laoire, M. Trahan and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

08:40 746

Development of an Aqueous, Rechargeable Lithium-Air Battery Operating with Untreated Air – P. Stevens, G. Toussaint (EDF R&D), G. Caillon, P. Viaud (SAFT), P. Vinatier, C. Cantau (CNRS), O. Fichet, C. Sarrazin and M. Mallouki (University of Cergy-Pontoise/LPPI)

09:00 747

Li-Air Rechargeable Batteries Using Mesoporous α-MnO2 -Pd for Air Electrode – A. K. Thapa and T. Ishihara (Kyushu University)

09:20 748

Water-Stable Lithium Electrode with a Water-Stable Lithium Conducting Solid and a Composite Polymer Buffer Layer for Lithium-Air Batteries – N. Imanishi, T. Zhang, Y. Shimonishi, A. Hirano, Y. Takeda and O. Yamamoto (Mie University)

09:40 749

A Radical New Cell Design for Lithium-Air Technology – A. Dobley, C. Morein, R. Roark and T. Dillon (Yardney Technical Products, Inc.)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 750

The Rechargeable Lithium/Oxygen Battery – V. Giordani (LRCS), D. Larcher (Universite de Picardie), L. Laffont (CIRIMAT), J. Tarascon (Universite de Picardie) and P. Bruce (Univ. of St. Andrews)

10:40

751

Li-Air Batteries Using Buckypapers as Air Electrodes – G. Zhang (Florida State University), J. Zheng (Flordia State University), R. Liang (Florida State University), M. Hendrickson (US Army CERDEC) and E. Plichta (U.S. Army CERDEC)

11:00

752

Functionalized Carbon Nanofoam Electrode Architectures as Cathodes for Metal-Air Batteries – C. N. Chervin (Nova Research, Inc.), J. W. Long (Naval Research Laboratory), J. Wallace (Nova Rearch, Inc.), J. Dysart and D. Rolison (Naval Research Laboratory)

11:20

753

Stability of Li Air Batteries in Open Environment – J. Zhang, W. Xu, J. Xiao, D. Wang and R. Williford (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

11:40

754

A First-Principles Study of the Nucleation of Lithium Oxides on Various Catalytic Materials – Y. Xu and W. Shelton (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

65

Tuesday, April 27

16:40 690


Metal Air Battery Co-Chairs: N. Imanishi and A. Dobley

14:00 755

14:20

14:40

756

757

Tuesday, April 27

15:00 758

15:20

759

Silver-Polymer-Carbon Composite Air Electrodes for Metal-Air Batteries – A. C. Marschilok, S. Lee, P. Chen, C. Milleville, A. Subramanian, K. Takeuchi and E. S. Takeuchi (University at Buffalo) Development of a Rechargeable Zinc/Air Fuel Cell with a Zinc Foam Anode and a Polymer Membrane Electrolyte – J. Drillet (Karl Winnacker Institute), M. Adam, S. Barg (University of Bremen), A. Herter (University of Applied Sciences Mannheim), D. Koch (University of Bremen), V. Schmidt (University of Applied Sciences Mannheim) and M. Wilhelm (University of Bremen) Development of a Rechargeable Zinc-Air Battery – G. Toussaint, P. Stevens, F. Moureau (EDF R&D), R. Rouget and F. Fourgeot (SCPS) Morphology Control of Electrodeposited Zinc from Alkaline Zincate Solutions for Rechargeable Zinc Air Batteries – N. Shaigan (National Research Council of Canada (Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation)), W. Qu (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation) and T. Takeda (Transport Canada)

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 760

Low Temperature Pyrolysed CoTMPP/C and Its Applications as an Improved Catalyst for Metal-Air Batteries/Fuel Cells – A. Li, H. Wang, W. Qu, X. Li, Z. Jong and H. Li (National Research Council of Canada)

16:40

761

762

17:00 763

C1

766

Low Temperature Oxygen Reduction on Nasicon Glass-Ceramics Surfaces – B. Kumar, J. Kumar (University of Dayton Research Institute), S. Rodrigues and J. Fellner (Air Force Research Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate, WPAFB) Development of Carbon-Supported La0.5Ca0.5CoO3 Material for ORR in Strong Alkaline Electrolytes and Its Implication in Rechargeable Metal-Air Alkaline Batteries – X. Li (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), A. Li (National Research Council of Canada), W. Qu (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), H. Wang (National Research Council Canada), R. Hui and J. Zhang (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation) Water Management Diagnosis and AutoRecovery Methods for PEM Fuel Cell Stacks – P. Pei, X. Yuan and P. Chao (Tsinghua University)

Influence of Solid Solution Elements on Electrochemical Corrosion Hehavior of Mg Anodes – Y. Feng, R. Wang, C. Peng, N. Wang and K. Qiu (School of Materials Science and Engineering)

Electrochemistry in Medicine and Biomedical Applications

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Stimulating Electrodes Co-Chairs: J. Burgess and M. Garnett

08:10 780

09:10

781

Zinc as an Energy Carrier Material: Form and Property – G. Zhang (Teck Metals Ltd)

15:40

16:20

Electrochemical Analysis of Diamond and Platinum Electrodes for Neural Stimulation – E. M. Hudak, J. Mortimer and H. Martin (Case Western Reserve University) In Situ Characterization of Stimulating Microelectrode Arrays: Study of an Idealized Structure Based on Argus II Retinal Implants – V. Kandagor (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), C. Cela (North Carolina State University), C. Sanders, E. Greenbaum (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), G. Lazzi (North Carolina State University), D. Zhou, R. Castro, S. Gaikwad and J. Little (Second Sight Medical Products)

Electrode Processes-Systems Co-Chairs: C. Holmes and H. Martin

10:00 782

Titrating the Activity of Cholesterol at the Surface of Living Cells – J. Burgess, R. West and S. Yuan (Case Western Reserve University)

10:20 783

Perspectives on Lithium Batteries for Biomedical Applications – E. S. Takeuchi, K. Takeuchi and A. C. Marschilok (University at Buffalo)

10:50 784

Third Generation Glucose Biosensor Based on the Electrical Wiring of Cellobiose Dehydrogenase from Corynascus Thermophilus – F. Tasca, M. N. Zafar (Lund University), W. Harreither, R. Ludwig (University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences), G. Nöll (Siegen University) and L. Gorton (Lund University)

11:10

785

11:30 786

Cyclic Biamperometry and Its Applications – M. Rahimi and S. Mikkelsen (University of Waterloo) Solubilization and Neutralization of Chemical and Biological Warfare Agents Using Ionic Liquids – T. E. Sutto, T. Wong (Naval Research Laboratory), J. Taft (NOVA Research, Inc.) and T. Duncan (NOVA Research Inc.)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: K. Zaghib, K. Abraham, and S. R. Narayanan

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Microwave Synthesis of Metal Phthalocyanines on Carbon Substrates and its Effect on Li-Air Cell Performance – T. Hirai and E. Yamashita (Toyama Prefectural University) Understanding Electrocatalysts for Rechargeable Lithium-Air Batteries – G. M. Veith, Y. Xu, W. Shelton, J. Hodges, J. Howe and N. J. Dudney (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

Electrofluidic Devices and Sensors Co-Chairs: M. Garnett and E. Greenbaum

14:00 787

Nanopore-Based Chemical Analyses – H. White (University of Utah)

15:00 788

Addressable Delivery Systems Based on Ion Bipolar Junction Transistors – K. Tybrandt (Linköping University), K. Larsson (Karolinska Institutet), E. Gabrielsson, E. Jager (Linköping University), A. Richter-Dahlfors (Karolinska Institutet) and M. Berggren (Linköping University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


15:30 789

15:50 790

16:10

791

Electrically Triggered Drug Delivery Using Nanoporous Electrodes – D. B. Robinson (Sandia National Laboratories), S. Gittard (North Carolina State University), C. Ha, C. Wu (Sandia National Laboratories) and R. Narayan (North Carolina State University) Impedance Spectroscopic Characterization of Tissue for Electrically Mediated Gene Delivery – J. A. Llewellyn, J. Rey, R. Connolly, Y. Cruz (University of South Florida), L. Heller (Old Dominion University), R. Gilbert and A. M. Hoff (University of South Florida)

837

Selective Permeation of Redox Probes in DMPC Supported Bilayers on Gold – M. Daza Millone, M. Vela (INIFTA-UNLP), N. Tognalli, A. Fainstein (CAB-CNEA) and R. Salvarezza (INIFTA-UNLP)

838

Electropolymerization of Ferrocene-Modified Polypyrrole in Aqueous Micellar Solutions – D. P. Hickey, M. Meredith and D. Glatzhofer (University of Oklahoma)

839

Antioxidative Activity of Wines and Individual Phenolics Determined Using a Recently Developed Assay Based on DC Polarography – S. &. Gorjanović, N. Potkonjak (Institute of General and Physical Chemistry), M. Novaković (Institute of Chemistry, Technology and Metallurgy) and D. Sužnjević (Instutute of General and Physical Chemistry)

840

Effect of Electrical-Discharging on Surface Properties and Biocompatibility of Ti6Al4V Alloy – Y. Pan (National Taiwan University), P. Peng (Taipei Medical University), H. Lin (Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology) and K. Ou (Taipei Medical University)

841

Study on Real Time Monitoring of TDMAT for TiN Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition – J. Yun, S. Kang, J. Kim and Y. Shin (KRISS)

Optical Molecular Imaging for Translational Surgery – D. L. Farkas (Cedars-Sinai Medical Center)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: C.Bock, P. Hesketh, J. Burgess, J. Mauzeroll, C.Holmes, and B. Eggers

792

Electrochemical Properties of TiO2 Coatings Grown on Beta-Ti Substrates by Micro Arc Oxidation – K. Chiu (Feng Chia University), C. Chung (Central Taiwan University of Science and Technology), W. Lin (Feng Chia University) and H. Tsou (Taichung Veterans General Hospital)

793

842

Electrochemical Behavior and In Vitro Biocompatibility of an Implant Alloy – E. Vasilescu, P. Drob (Institute of Physical Chemistry), D. Iordachescu, A. Cimpean (University of Bucharest), C. Vasilescu and S. I. Drob (Institute of Physical Chemistry)

The Electrolytic Dissociation of 1,1-Cyclopropanedicarboxylic and 1,1-Cyclobutanedicarboxylic Acids – E. Kvaratskhelia and R. Kvaratskhelia (R. Agladze Institute of Inorganic Chemistry and Electrochemistry)

794

843

Electrochemical Testing of Some Materials for Biomedical Applications – P. Drob, E. Vasilescu, M. Popa, C. Vasilescu, S. I. Drob (Institute of Physical Chemistry) and J. Mirza Rosca (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University)

Carbazole-Tripheylamine-Based DyeSensitized Solar Cells – C. Yang and S. Liao (National University of Kaohsiung)

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Growth and Characterization of Zirconia Ceramic Film Formed by Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation on Biomedical ZrTa Alloy – I. Branzoi (University Politehnica from Bucharest), M. Iordoc (INCDIE ICPE-CA), F. Branzoi (Institute of Physical Chemistry), G. Sbarcea and V. Marinescu (INCDIE ICPE-CA) Brain Cells Preservation by Thermoelectric Cooling – K. Ananthathmakula, A. Kola, T. John, B. Mathew, M. DeCoster, H. Hegab and D. Davis (Louisiana Tech University) Electro-Organic Synthesis of 3-Hydroxy Oxindoles – S. Makarem, A. Fakhari and A. Mohammadi (Shahid Beheshti University)

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry General Poster Session Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Corrosion General Session Corrosion

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: A. Alfantazi and D. C. Hansen

844

A Green Pathways: Investigation of Corrosion Inhibitors and Inhibitive Effect of Some Novel Organic Dyes on the Corrosion of 2S Aluminum in Alkaline Media – P. K. Patel (M.G. Science Institute)

845

The Explaining and Analysis of Metal Passivation with Electron Theory – L. Li (Naval University of Engineering)

846

Study of Corrosion Behavior of Ni-Cu-PNano Al2O3 Electroless Composite Coatings by EN Method and Comparison with EIS and Polarization Results – H. Ashassi-Sorkhabi and H. Aminikia (University of Tabriz)

847

Corrosion Inhibitory Effects of a New Synthetic Symmetrical Schiff-Base on Mild Steel In 1.0M HCl And 0.5M H2SO4 Media – A. Dadgarinezhad and F. Baghaei Ravari (Shahid Bahonaar University)

848

Inhibition of Aluminum Corrosion in 0.5 MH2SO4 Using the Propargyl Alcohol – F. Baghaei Ravari and A. Dadgarinezhad (Shahid Bahonaar University)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Chair: J. Burgess

836

Electrochemical Copolymerization of Azulene and 3-Thiophene Acetic Acid – C. Lete (Institute of Physical Chemistry), F. Teodorescu, M. Marin and N. Totir (Institute of Physical Chemistry “Ilie Murgulescu”)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Tuesday, April 27

Drug Delivery Co-Chairs: E. Greenbaum and M. Garnett


Tuesday, April 27

849

Synergistic Effect of Different Salts on the Inhibition Efficiency of a Cationic Surfactant on Steel Corrosion in Acid Medium – D. Asefi (Azad University South Branch of Tehran), M. Arami (Amir Kabir University of Technology) and N. Mahmoodi (Institute for Colorants, Paint and Coatings)

850

Corrosion Inhibition of Titanium in Acidic Media Containing Fluoride with Bixin – J. S. Chauhan (SIRT) and D. Gupta (M.V.M.Bhopal)

851

Decision of Corrosion Protection Potential for FSWed Dissimilar Aluminum Alloy via Slow Strain Rate Test – S. Kim, J. Park, M. Han and S. Jang (Mokpo Maritime University)

852

Anodic Behavior of Iron in Hydrocarbonate Media with Addition of Nitrate- and Sulphate-Ions in Different Thermal Conditions – S. Kaluzhina (Voronezh State University), N. Nafikova (Voronezh State Technological Academy) and N. Lapunina (Voronezh State University)

853

Compute of the Diffusion Coefficient to the Alloy Fe - Ni, Using the Radless-Sevsik Correlation, in Basic NaOH Solutions Environment – B. Martínez (Instituto Politecnico Nacional ESIQIE), A. Oropeza (ESIQIE IPN) and C. Martínez (Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo)

854

Formation of Anodic Oxidation Films on As-Cast Surface of AC2A Casting Al Alloy – S. Moon, C. Yang and Y. Jeong (Korea Institute of Materials Science)

855

Modeling of Corrosion Resistance of Some Titanium Base Alloy in Aggressive Environments – M. V. Popa, E. Vasilescu, P. Drob, C. Vasilescu, S. I. Drob (Institute of Physical Chemistry) and J. Mirza Rosca (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria University)

856

Corrosion Resistance of a New Bioalloy in Physiological Fluids – M. V. Popa, E. Vasilescu, P. Drob, C. Vasilescu, S. I. Drob (Institute of Physical Chemistry) and M. Popa (S.C. Dentestetics S.R.L.)

857

Studies on the Stability of Zn and Zn-TiO2 Nanocomposite Coatings Prepared by Pulse Reverse Current – A. Gomes, T. Frade (CCMM) and M. Da Silva Pereira (Universidade de Lisboa)

858

High Temperature Corrosion Study for T22 Alloy Applying Electrochemical Techniques – C. Cuevas-Arteaga (Morelos State University)

859

Deposition and Characterization of Corrosion-Resistant Amorphous Chromium Carbide Thin Films – J. E. Högström, M. Hanson, S. Urbonaite, A. Furlan, W. Fredriksson, S. Franson, K. Edström, U. Jansson and L. Nyholm (Uppsala University)

860

Improved Boundary Effects in P-Type Macroporous Silicon – S. Zhang, J. Jiao, D. Ge and Y. Wang (Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology)

861

Potentiodynamic Study of Titanium in Manganese-Containing Sulphuric Acid Solution – W. Utomo and S. Donne (University of Newcastle)

862

The Synthesis and CMP Application of Ceria Powder – C. Hsu, S. Chen (Feng Chia University), M. Tsai and M. Tsai (Southern Taiwan University)

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863

Electronoptical Observations of Reanodized Film of Initial Porous Film Growth in 0.4 M Phosphoric Acid Electrolyte after Anodizing in Molten Melts – S. Han, H. Kim, Y. Heo, G. Yoon (KITECH), J. Lee (KC Chemical Co., Ltd) and G. Thompson (UMIST)

864

Electronoptical Observations of Reanodized Film in 0.1 M Ammonium Pentaborate Electrolyte after Anodizing in Molten Melts – S. Han, Y. Heo, G. Yoon, H. Kim (KITECH) and G. Thompson (UMIST)

865

Corrosion Inhibition of Aluminum by Organic Coatings Formulated with Hydrotalcite-Vanadate Pigments – J. M. Vega, D. De la Fuente (CENIM/CSIC) and R. Buchheit (FCC/The Ohio State University)

866

The Electrochemical Corrosion of Nickel in Sodium Chloride-Sulfuric Acid Solutions at Different Concentration Ratios Using an Electrochemical Method – B. Martínez, A. Oropeza (Instituto Politecnico Nacional ESIQIE) and C. Martínez (Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo)

867

Potential Distribution Study in a Metal/ Coating System by SKP and FEM – J. M. Vega, R. Montoya (CENIM/CSIC), V. Barranco (ICMM/CSIC) and D. De la Fuente (CENIM/ CSIC)

868

Step Polarization Test of Implant Biomedical Alloy in Physiologic Solutions – A. Igual Muñoz and C. Valero Vidal (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia)

869

Effects of Pre-Electrodeposition with Fe and Cu Before Annealing in Reducing Atmosphere on the Corrosion of Hot-Dip Galvanized and Galvannealed Steels – Y. Choi, M. Cho and C. Park (Chonnam National University)

870

The Inhibitive Action of Some Polymeric Compounds on Mild Steels Corrosion in Cooling Waters Systems – V. Branzoi (University Politehnica of Bucharest), F. Branzoi (Institute of Physical Chemistry) and L. Pilan (University Politehnica of Bucharest)

871

Characteristics on Hydrogen Embrittlement and Stress Corrosion Cracking with SSRT for STS 304 – M. Han, S. Jang and S. Kim (Mokpo Maritime University)

872

Investigation on Corrosion Protection Potential by Electrochemical Experiment in Sea Water of 5052-O Al Alloy for Leisure Ship – S. Kim, J. Park and S. Chong (Mokpo Maritime University)

873

Evaluation of Electrochemical Characteristics for FSWed Dissimilar Al Alloy (5052-O : 6061T6) – J. Park, M. Han and S. Kim (Mokpo Maritime University)

874

Spontaneous Grafting of Benzylphosphonic Acid on Steel Surface Through the Aryldiazonium Salt for Application in Corrosion Protection – X. Le and D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


14:30 934

Determination of Band Offsets, Chemical Bonding and Microstructure of the (TbxSc1-x)2O3/ Si System – I. Geppert, M. Eizenberg (Technion Israel Institute of Technology), N. Bojarczuk, L. Edge, M. Copel and S. Guha (IBM Research Division)

Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

14:50 935

Electrical Characteristics of MetalFerroelectric (BiFeO3) - High-k Insulator (LaGdO3) -Semiconductor Capacitors and Field-Effect Transistors – R. Thomas (University of Puerto Rico), T. Kalkur (University of Colorado), S. Pavunny, N. Murari and R. Katiyar (University of Puerto Rico)

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology / High Temperature Materials High K / Metal Gate Stacks I Co-Chairs: Hiroshi Iwai and Vijay Narayanan

08:30 926

08:50 927

09:20 928

Oxygen Transport in High-k Metal Gate Stacks and Physical Characterization by SIMS Using Isotopic Labeled Oxygen – M. J. Hopstaken, J. Bruley, D. Pfeiffer, M. Copel, M. Frank, E. Cartier, T. Ando and V. Narayanan (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center) Ultimate EOT Scaling (< 5Å) Using Hf-Based High-κ Gate Dielectrics and Impact on Carrier Mobility – T. Ando, M. Frank (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), K. Choi (GLOBALFOUNDRIES), C. Choi (IBM), J. Bruley (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), M. Hopstaken (IBM), M. Copel (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), R. Haight (IBM), H. Arimura, H. Watanabe (Osaka University) and V. Narayanan (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center) Physical and Electrical Properties of MOCVD Grown HfZrO4 High-k Thin Films Deposited in a Production-Worthy 300 mm Deposition System – S. P. Consiglio, C. Wajda, G. Nakamura, R. Clark (TEL Technology Center, America), S. Aoyama and G. Leusink (Tokyo Electron AT)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 929

Atomic Vapor Deposition and Atomic Layer Deposition of High-k and Electrode Materials – M. Heuken, U. Weber, P. Lehnen, P. Baumann (AIXTRON AG), Y. Senzaki, J. Lindner, B. Lu and Z. Karim (AIXTRON Inc.)

10:30 930

Transformation of Crystalline Structure of HfO2 by La- or Y-Oxide Capping and Annealing – T. Suzuki, T. Matsuki, T. Morooka, M. Sato, J. Yugami, K. Ikeda and Y. Ohji (Semiconductor Leading Edge Technologies)

10:50 931

Rare Earth Materials for Semiconductor Applications – S. Van Elshocht, C. Adelmann, M. Popovici, J. Swerts, A. Delabie, L. Nyns, X. Shi, H. Tielens (IMEC vzw), G. Pourtois (IMEC), T. Schram (IMEC vzw), D. Pierreux, J. Maes (ASM-B), A. Hardy, M. Van Bael (Hasselt University) and J. Kittl (IMEC vzw)

11:20

932

Impact of the Metal Gate on Carrier Transport in HK/MG Transistors – M. Cassé, X. Garros (CEA-Léti - MINATEC), L. Bruent (CEA-Léti - MINATEC and STMicroelectronics) and G. Reimbold (CEALéti - MINATEC)

High K / Metal Gate Stacks II Co-Chairs: Fred Roozeboom and Dim-Lee Kwong

14:00 933

High Performance and Highly Uniform Metal Hi-K Gate-All-Around Silicon Nanowire MOSFETs – J. W. Sleight, S. Bangsaruntip, G. Cohen, A. Majumdar, Y. Zhang, S. Engelmann, N. Fuller, L. Gignac, S. Mittal, J. Newbury, T. Barwicz (IBM), M. Frank (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center) and M. Guillorn (IBM)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

15:10

936

15:30

Electrical Characterization of ALD Al2O3 and HfO2 Films on Germanium – D. Tantraviwat, Y. Low, P. Baine, N. Mitchell, D. McNeill, B. M. Armstrong and H. Gamble (Queen’s University Belfast) Intermission (20 Minutes)

937

Electrical and Physical Properties of High-k Gate Dielectrics on InxGa1-x As – E. Vogel, A. Sonnet, R. Galatage, M. Milojevic, C. Hinkle and R. M. Wallace (University of Texas at Dallas)

16:20 938

Effect of Ozone Concentration on Atomic Layer Deposited High-k Dielectric on Si and GaAs – K. Chung (Hanyang University), T. Park, P. Sivasubramani, J. Kim (University of Texas at Dallas) and J. Ahn (Hanyang University)

16:40 939

Investigation of High-K Dielectrics on Compound Semiconductors for Applications in RF, Mixed Signal and Power Electronics – V. Misra, R. Suri, D. Lichtenwalner and C. Kirkpatrick (North Carolina State University)

940

(NH4) 2S Passivation of High-k/In0.53Ga0.47As Interfaces: A Systematic Study of (NH4) 2S Concentration – E. O’Connor (Tyndall National Institute), B. Brennan (Dublin City University), R. Contreras, M. Milojevic (University of Texas at Dallas), K. Cherkaoui, S. Monaghan (Tyndall National Institute), G. Hughes (Dublin City University), M. Pemble (Tyndall National Institute), R. M. Wallace (University of Texas at Dallas) and P. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute)

15:50

17:10

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h

941

SiO Emission and Incorporation in Silicon Oxidation Process Using Molecular Dynamics Method – N. Takahashi, T. Yamasaki and C. Kaneta (Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.)

942

Analytical Characterization of ALD Thin Film Precursors – L. S. Milstein, P. Clancy and H. Gotts (Air Liquide - Balazs Nanoanalysis)

943

Atomic Layer Deposition of Boron Oxide as Dopant Source for Shallow Doping of Silicon – B. Kalkofen and E. Burte (University of Magdeburg)

944

Effective Mass, Mobility, On-Current and Transconductance of FETs on SSOI and SOI – S. F. Feste, T. Schäpers, D. Buca, Q. Zhao (Forschungszentrum Juelich), J. Knoch (TU Dortmund University), M. Bouhassoune, A. Schindlmayr (Universität Paderborn) and S. Mantl (Forschungszentrum Juelich) 69

Tuesday, April 27

E1

Advanced Gate Stack, Source / Drain, and Channel Engineering for Si-Based CMOS 6: New Materials, Processes, and Equipment


945

Low Temperature Epitaxy of Si and SiGe Using Disilane Based Chemistry for Electronic Purposes – J. Damlencourt (CEA/ Leti-Minatec)

946

Dopant Transport in Tungsten Silicide Buried Layers for Application in SSOI – S. Liao, M. Bain, P. Baine, J. Montgomery, D. McNeill, B. M. Armstrong and H. Gamble (Queen’s University Belfast)

947

Dependence of SOI Property on Memory Characteristic in a Cap-Less Memory Cell – T. Shim, S. Kim (Advanced Semiconductor Material and Device Development Center), T. Kim (Nano-SOI Process Laboratory) and J. Park (Advanced Semiconductor Material and Device Development Center)

Tuesday, April 27

948

Niobium Precursors for Atomic Layer Deposition of Nb2O5 – A. Zauner, M. Karakachian, C. Lachaud, V. Lahootun and A. Pinchart (Air Liquide)

959

Nondestructive Characterization of Ge Content and Ge Depth Profile Variations in Si1-xGex/Si by Multiwavelength Raman Spectroscopy – W. Yoo, T. Ueda, T. Ishigaki and K. Kang (WaferMasters, Inc.)

960

Influence of Postdeposition Annealing on Physical and Electrical Properties of High-k Yb2TiO5 Gate Dielectrics – T. Pan (Chang Gung University), L. Yen (National Chiao Tung University), M. Tsai (Chang Gung University) and T. Chao (National Chiao Tung University)

961

Structural and Electrical Properties of High-k HoTiO3 Gate Dielectrics – T. Pan (Chang Gung University), L. Yen (National Chiao Tung University), C. Hu (Chang Gung University) and T. Chao (National Chiao Tung University)

962

Electron Tunneling Between Si Quantum Dots and Two Dimensional Electron Gas under Optical Excitation at Low Temperatures – Y. Sakurai, S. Nomura, Y. Takada, K. Shiraishi (University of Tsukuba), M. Muraguchi, T. Endoh (Tohoku University), M. Ikeda, K. Makihara and S. Miyazaki (Hiroshima University)

963

Hydrogen Implantation in Germanium – Y. Low, P. Rainey, R. Hurley, P. Baine, D. McNeill, N. S. Mitchell, H. Gamble and B. M. Armstrong (Queen’s University Belfast)

964

Analysis of the Homogeneous Thermal Decomposition of the Tungsten Dimethylhydrazido Complex Cl4 (CH3CN) W(NNMeM2) Using In Situ Raman Spectroscopy and DFT Calculations – J. Lee, D. Kim, O. Kim, T. Anderson, J. Koller and L. McElwee-White (University of Florida)

949

Impact of Work Function Optimized S/D Silicide Contact for High Current Drivability CMOS – Y. Nakao, R. Kuroda, H. Tanaka, T. Isogai, A. Teramoto, S. Sugawa and T. Ohmi (Tohoku University)

950

The Investigation of Interface Oxide of HfO2 and Al2O3 Stacks on GaAs(100) Surfaces – Y. Cho, D. Suh, D. Ko and M. Cho (Yonsei University)

951

Atomically Flattening Technology at 850 °C for Si(100) Surface – X. Li, A. Teramoto, T. Suwa, R. Kuroda, S. Sugawa and T. Ohmi (Tohoku University)

952

Improvement of Electrical Performances of Tungsten Dual-Work Function Gate Electrode Using WSiN/WN/Ti Stacks as a Diffusion Barrier Metal – H. Kim, I. Rho, C. Kim, M. Gil and H. Kang (Hynix Semiconductor Inc.)

965

Quasistatic Capacitance-Voltage Characterization of Thin Ta2O5 Films – L. B. Sanchez, N. Nedev, R. K. Zlatev, M. Curiel and B. Valdez (Universidad Autonoma de Baja California)

Improved Performance of MIC Poly-Si TFTs Using Driven-In Nickel Induced Crystallization with Cap SiO2 by F Implantation – M. Lai, Y. Wu, T. Tung and H. Wu (National Chiao Tung University)

966

Electrical Characterization of High-Pressure Reactive Sputtered Sc2O3 Films on Silicon – H. Castán, S. Dueñas, A. Gómez, H. García, L. Bailón (Universidad de Valladolid), P. Feijoo, E. San Andrés, I. Mártil and G. González-Díaz (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Fabrication of High Electrical Performance NILC-TFTs Using FSG Buffer Layer – C. Chen, Y. Wu, T. Tung and H. Wu (National Chiao Tung University)

967

Selective Epitaxial Growth of Silicon Layer Using Batch-Type Equipment for Vertical Diode Application to Next Generation Memories – K. Lee, D. Yoo, Y. Yoo, J. Han, S. Kim, H. Jeong, C. Kang, J. Moon, H. Park (Samsung Electronics Co., LTD.), H. Jeong, G. Kim and B. Choi (Sungkyunkwan University)

Effect of In Situ Hydrogen Annealing on Dielectric Property of a Low Temperature Silicon Nitride Layer in a Bottom-Gate Nanocrystalline Silicon TFT by Catalytic CVD – Y. Lee, K. Lee, J. Hwang, K. No and W. Hong (University of Seoul)

968

CMP Chemistry and Process for Cu Interconnection with Co and Ru Barrier – Y. Wang, M. Gage, W. Tu, Y. Wang, L. Karuppiah, K. Xu and Y. Chen (Applied Materials, Inc.)

969

Application of Atmospheric Plasma for Low Temperature Wafer Bonding – Y. Low, P. Rainey, P. Baine, J. Montgomery, D. McNeill, N. S. Mitchell, H. Gamble and B. M. Armstrong (Queen’s University Belfast)

970

Decomposition Characteristics of MetalOrganic Materials of Ga Doped Zinc Oxide for Evaluation as MOCVD Precursor – S. Yamashita, K. Watanuki, H. Ishii, M. Kitano, Y. Shirai and T. Ohmi (Tohoku University)

953

954

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956

Electrical Extraction of One Dimensional MOSFET Transistor Channel Doping Profiles by Threshold Voltage Measurement – H. Park, K. Lee (Samsung Electronics Co., LTD), H. Jeong, G. Kim and B. Choi (Sungkyunkwan University)

957

Studies on Hole Trapping and SILC of Dual Layer nc-ITO Embedded ZrHfO Memories – C. Lin, C. Yang (Texas A&M University) and Y. Kuo (Texas A&M University)

958

Optical Characterization of Surface Profile of Various Si1-xGex/Si Wafers Before and After Annealing Step – W. Yoo, T. Ueda, T. Ishigaki and K. Kang (WaferMasters, Inc.)

70

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


15:40 995

Dielectric Science and Technology Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

High-K Characterization Co-Chairs: Z. Chen and K. Tatsumura

08:30 985

XPS Study on Chemical Bonding States of High-k Gate Stacks for Advanced CMOS – H. Nohira (Tokyo City University)

09:00 986

Electrical Scanning Probe Microscopy Techniques for the Detailed Characterization of High-k Dielectric Layers – M. Rommel, V. Yanev (Fraunhofer IISB), A. Paskaleva (Institute of Solid State Physics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences), T. Erlbacher, M. Lemberger, A. Bauer and L. Frey (Fraunhofer IISB)

09:30

Intermission (20 Minutes)

09:50 987

Electrical Characterization of Si Capped HfO2/Metal Gate Ge-pFETs: Physical Insight into Critical Parameters – J. Mitard, B. Vincent, B. Dejaeger, K. Martens, R. Krom, R. Loo, G. Eneman, K. DeMeyer, M. Meuris, M. Heyns, W. Vandervorst, M. Caymax and T. Hoffmann (IMEC)

10:20 988

10:50 989

11:20 990

11:50

991

Oxidation, Diffusion and Desorption in Ge/ GeO2 System – A. Toriumi, S. Wang, C. Lee, M. Yoshida, K. Kita, T. Nishimura and K. Nagashio (University of Tokyo) Investigation of High-κ Dielectric/In xGa1-x As Interfaces – K. Cherkaoui, E. O’Connor, S. Monaghan, R. Long, V. Djara and P. Hurley (Tyndall National Institute) Dielectric Properties and Flat-Band Voltages of Doped HfO2 – F. Ducroquet (CNRSMinatec), E. Rauwel and C. Dubourdieu (LMGP) Experimental Demonstration of Higher-k Phase HfO2 Through Non-Equilibrium Thermal Treatment – Y. Nakajima, K. Kita, T. Nishimura, K. Nagashio and A. Toriumi (University of Tokyo)

16:10

996

16:40 997

14:30 993

Variability and Reliability in Ultra-Scaled MOS Devices: How Should They Be Evaluated from Nanoscale to Circuit Level? – M. Nafria (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona), R. Rodríguez, M. Porti, J. Martín-Martínez, M. Lanza and X. Aymerich (Universitat Autonoma Barcelona) Negatively Charged Defects Generated by Rare-Earth Materials Incorporation into HfO2 and the Impact on the Gate Dielectrics Reliability – M. Sato, S. Kamiyama, Y. Sugita, T. Matsuki, T. Morooka, T. Suzuki (Semiconductor Leading Edge Technologies), K. Shiraishi, K. Yamabe (University of Tsukuba), J. Yugami, K. Ikeda, Y. Ohji (Semiconductor Leading Edge Technologies), K. Ohmori and K. Yamada (Waseda University)

15:00 994

Charges Pumping and Si-SiO2 Interface Traps Electrical Characterization – D. Bauza (IMEPLAHC, Minatec,)

15:30

Intermission (10 Minutes)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Degradation in MOSFET Multistack High-k Gate Dielectrics Due to Hot Carrier and Constant Voltage Stress – Z. Celik-Butler and S. Rahman (University of Texas at Arlington) An Electron-Beam-Induced Current Investigation of Electrical Defects in High-k Gate Stacks – J. Chen, T. Sekiguchi, N. Fukata, M. Takase, Y. Nemoto (National Institute for Materials Science), R. Hasunuma, K. Yamabe (University of Tsukuba), M. Sato (Semiconductor Leading Edge Technologies), K. Yamada (Waseda University) and T. Chikyo (National Institute for Materials Science)

17:10

998

Statistical Analysis of Factors Affecting the Performance of MIM Tunnel Junctions – R. Ratnadurai, S. Krishnan, S. Bhansali, E. Stefanakos and Y. Goswami (University of South Florida)

17:30

999

Resistive Switching Behaviors of NiO Bilayer Films with Different Crystallinity Layers – K. Kita, A. Eika, T. Nishimura, K. Nagashio and A. Toriumi (University of Tokyo)

17:50 1000

Correlation of Negative Bias Temperature Instability and Breakdown in HfO2/TiN Gate Stacks – N. Rahim and D. Misra (New Jersey Institute of Technology)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030 Co-Chairs: D. Misra and H. Iwai

1001

Reliability Characteristics of D2O-Radical Annealed ALD HfO2 Dielectric – C. Tu (National Taipei University of Technology), F. Chiu (Ming Chuan University), C. Chen, C. Hou (National Tsing-Hua University), Z. Lee, H. Chen, S. Chen, H. Huang (National Taipei University of Technology), T. Wu and H. Hwang (National Tsing-Hua University)

1002

Temperature and Thickness Dependence of Cerium Oxide Dielectric Breakdown – C. Chen, W. Shih, H. Huang (National TsingHua University) and F. Chiu (Ming Chuan University)

1003

The Degradation of Thin Silicon Dioxide Film Subjected to Pulse Voltage Stresses at Nanoscale – Y. Wu, J. Lin, S. Chang and C. Huang (National Chi Nan University)

1004

Dielectric Anomaly in Mg Doped ZnO Thin Film Deposited by Sol-Gel Method – A. C. Singh (Kurukshetra University), P. Khanna (Central Electronics Research Engineering Institute), A. Kumar, M. Kumar and D. Kumar (Kurukshetra University)

1005

Effect of Processing Conditions on the Electrical Characteristics of Atomic Layer Deposited Al2O3 and HfO2 Films – J. Rafí, M. Zabala, O. Beldarrain and F. Campabadal (Institut de Microelectronica de Barcelona (CNM-CSIC))

High-K Reliability Co-Chairs: J. Mitard and A. Toriumi

14:00 992

Degradation in HfSiON Film Induced by Electrical Stress Application – R. Hasunuma, C. Tamura, T. Nomura, Y. Kikuchi (University of Tsukuba), K. Ohmori (Waseda University), M. Sato (Semiconductor Leading Edge Technologies), A. Uedono (University of Tsukuba), T. Chikyow (Advanced Electronic Materials Center, NIMS), K. Shiraishi (University of Tsukuba), K. Yamada (Waseda University) and K. Yamabe (University of Tsukuba)

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E2

Dielectrics for Nanosystems 4: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing


Tuesday, April 27

1006

Relaxation of Photoexcitations in Optically Excited Systems Formed by ‘Weakly Amorphous’ or Crystalline Si Nanoparticles Embedded Within a Wide-Gap Dielectric Matrix – V. Stuchinsky, T. Korchagina and V. Volodin (Institute of Semiconductor Physics)

1007

A Model for the Hump Feature Observed in the Capacitance-Voltage Characteristics of MOS Structures with Oxide-Hosted Si Nanoparticles – V. Stuchinsky (Institute of Semiconductor Physics)

1008

Annealing Effect on the Resistance Switching Properties of TiN/SiO2/FeOx/Fe-Contented Electrode Structures – L. W. Feng, C. Chang, Y. Chang, W. Chen, S. Wang, P. Chiang (National Chiao Tung University) and T. Chang (National Sun Yat-Sen University)

11:30 1050

Applications of Flexible Conformable Ultrasound Arrays for Real-Time Imaging During Neurosurgery – W. Grundfest, M. Culjat, R. Singh (UCLA) and E. Brown (UCSB)

12:00 1051

Magnetically Driven Scanning Microlens for Out-of-Plane In Vivo Medical Imaging – H. Mansoor (The University of British Columbia), H. Zeng (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre) and M. Chiao (The University of British Columbia)

Miniaturized Optoelectronis Technology and Applications Co-Chairs: Chang-Qing Xu and Yiqi Zhuang

13:30 1052

Applying Biophotonics in Molecular Medicine – F. Chuang, T. Huser and D. Matthews (NSF Center for Biophotonics / UC Davis)

1009

Bulk Matter Resistivity of Ti Based TiAlN Dielectric Thin Films – A. Razeghi and M. Hantehzadeh (Islamic Azad University)

14:00 1053

1010

A Mechanism for Increasing Growth Rate of Undoped SACVD Film – Y. V. Sokolov, J. Harrison and B. Harward (Fairchild Semiconductor Corp.)

Miniaturized Multifunction Electronic Medical Solution – H. Zhang (Institute of Microelectronics of Chinese Academy of Sciences)

14:30 1054

Planar Fluorescence Imaging – C. D. Salthouse (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

15:00 1055

High-Speed Ultra-Sensitive Biomedical CMOS Imagers – D. Palubiak and M. J. Deen (McMaster University)

15:20 1056

A Novel CMOS Image Sensor Using TimeDomain Single-Photon Counting – M. M. El-Desouki, D. Palubiak, M. Deen and Q. Fang (McMaster University)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

1011

Ultra-Thin (AlCrTaTiZr)Nx/AlCrTaTiZr Bilayer Structures of High Diffusion Resistance to Cu Metallization – S. Chang and D. Chen (National Chung Hsing University)

1012

CeO2 Optical Properties and Electrical Characteristics – W. Shih, C. Chen (National Tsing-Hua University), F. Chiu, C. Lai (MingChuan University) and H. Hwang (National Tsing-Hua University)

1013

New Metal-High-k-High-k-OxideSemiconductor Capacitors and Field Effect Transistors Using Al/Y2O3/Ta2O5/ SiO2/Si Structure for Nonvolatile Memory Applications – W. Shih (National Tsing-Hua University), F. Chiu (Ming Chuan University) and H. Hwang (National Tsing-Hua University)

E3

Spectroscopy and Imaging for In-Vivo Applications Co-Chairs: Frank Chuang and Warren Grundfest

16:00 1057

Using Fluorescence Lifetime Imaging Microscopy to Monitor Photofrin Uptake, Redistribution, and Intracellular Microenvironment – S. Yeh, T. Collins, R. Leung (McMaster University), J. Jo, K. Diamond (Texas A&M University) and Q. Fang (McMaster University)

16:20 1058

In Vivo Micro-Raman Spectroscopy of the Skin with Reflectance Confocal Imaging Guidance – H. Wang, N. Huang (BC Cancer Research Center), J. Zhao (BC Cancer Research Centre), H. Lui (The Skin Care Center), M. Korbelik (BC Cancer Research Center) and H. Zeng (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre)

16:40 1059

New Multimodal Multiphoton Imaging and Spectroscopy Apparatus for Dermatology – A. Lee (BC Cancer Research Centre), H. Wang (BC Cancer Research Center), Y. Yu, J. Zhao (BC Cancer Research Centre), S. Tang (University of British Columbia), H. Lui (The Skin Care Center), D. McLean (University of British Columbia) and H. Zeng (British Columbia Cancer Research Centre)

Integrated Optoelectronics 5

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Integrated Optoelectronis Technology and Applications Co-Chairs: Qiyin Fang and Haiying Zhang

08:30 1045

Mobile Micro- and Nano-Instruments: Small, Cheap and under Wireless Control – V. Karanassios (University of Waterloo)

09:00 1046

Microfluidics for Integrated Optoelectronics – P. R. Selvaganapathy (McMaster Unversity)

09:30 1047

Photonic-Integrated Microcytometers: Design, Simulation, Fabrication and Characterization – C. Xu, B. Watts, T. Kowpak, S. Zhu (McMaster University) and Z. Zhang (Institute for Microstructural Science)

10:00

Intermission (30 Minutes)

10:30 1048

Ultraviolet Optical Flow Cell for Point-of-Use Water Disinfection – E. B. Stokes, J. Oliver, A. Giles, C. Monroe, C. Cilip, H. McEntyre (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte), J. Pagan and P. Batoni (Dot Metrics Technologies)

11:00 1049

72

Wide Field Catadioptric System Design for Endoscopic Auto-Fluorescence Imaging – R. Wang, J. Deen and Q. Fang (McMaster University)

Optoelectronic Components and Applications I Co-Chairs: Boon Ooi and Edward Stokes

17:00 1060

Low-Electrical-Interference MEMS Mirror Array for Wavelength-Selective Switches – T. Sakata, M. Usui, S. Uchiyama, N. Shimoyama, J. Kodate, H. Ishii, T. Matsuura, F. Shimokawa and Y. Sato (NTT)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


E4

Broadband InAs/InP Quantum Dash Lasers – B. S. Ooi (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), C. Tan, C. Chen and J. Hwang (Lehigh University)

Nanoscale Luminescent Materials

Luminescence and Display Materials / Dielectric Science and Technology

1101

Combustion Synthesis and Photoluminescence Characteristics of Y1-xCaAl3O7:xEu3+ Nanophosphor – S. P. Khatkar (M.D. University), S. Han (Korea Institute of Energy Research) and M. Kumar (M.D.University)

1102

Tartaric Acid Assisted Sol-Gel Synthesis and Photoluminescence Characteristics of SrY2(1-x) O4 : xTb Nanoparticles – V. B. Taxak (M.D. University) and M. Kumar (M.D.University)

1103

Identification of Two Luminescence Sites of Sr2SiO4 :Eu2+ and (Sr,Ba) 2SiO4 :Eu2+ Phosphors – H. Nguyen (Ajou University), I. Yeo (Dongguk University) and S. Mho (Ajou University)

1104

Optical Properties of Eu (3+, 2+) Ions Doped in NaCaPO4 – J. Yoon, K. Jang, M. Jayasimhadri, J. Jeong, H. Lee (Changwon National University), S. Lee (Silla University) and J. Jeong (Pukyong National University)

1105

Luminescent Properties of Eu3+ -Doped Y(V(1x),Nb (x))O4 and (Y(1-x),Bi (x))VO4 Phosphors – R. Balakrishnaiah (Pukyong National University), D. Kim, S. Yi, S. Kim (Silla University), K. Jang, H. Lee (Changwon National University), B. Moon and J. Jeong (Pukyong National University)

1106

Luminescent Properties of Ce3+ -Doped (Y(1x),Gd (x))VO4 Phosphors – R. Balakrishnaiah (Pukyong National University), S. Yi, S. Kim (Silla University), K. Jang, H. Lee (Changwon National University) and J. Jeong (Pukyong National University)

Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt II-VI Nanostructures Co-Chairs: B. Gelloz and L. F. Marsal

08:20 1093

09:00 1094

09:40

Optical Response of II-VI Semiconductor Nanowires – H. E. Ruda, J. Salfi, U. Philipose, C. De Souza, S. Nair, A. Saxena and C. Fernandes (University of Toronto) Surface and Size Manipulation of the Magnetic Properties of CdSe Quantum Dots – R. Meulenberg (University of Maine), J. Lee, S. McCall (Lawrence Livermore National Lab), K. Hanif (USN, Res Lab), D. Haskel, J. Lang (Argonne Natl Lab), L. Terminello and T. Van Buuren (Lawrence Livermore National Lab) Intermission (20 Minutes)

Doped Nanostructures Co-Chairs: C. Frandin and S. Kuwabata

10:00 1095

Doped Nanoparticles for Optoelectronics Applications – M. Godlewski (Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences)

10:40 1096

Nanostructuring the Er3+ and Si Nanoparticle Distributions to Enhance the 1.5 μm Emission in Codoped Al2O3 Thin Films – R. Serna, S. Núñez-Sánchez and P. Roque (Instituto de Optica CSIC)

1107

Preparation of (Y,Gd)3Al5-2y(Si,Mg)yO12 :Ce Phosphor by Spray Pyrolysis: Effect of Precursor Type and Flux on Its Luminescence Characteristics – M. Maniquiz and K. Jung (Kongju National University)

11:20 1097

Excitation Mechanism of Europium Ions Embedded into TiO2 Nanocrystalline Thin Films – A. Podhorodecki, D. Kaczmarek, J. Domaradzki, E. Prociow, D. Wojcieszak, P. Sitarek, G. Zatryb and J. Misiewicz (Wroclaw University of Technology)

1108

Luminescence Properties of Color-Tunable Oxynitrides Phosphor for White LED Applications – Y. Fang and S. Chu (National Cheng Kung University)

1109

Fabrication of High Luminous Field Emission Display Using GaN Nanorods and Low Voltage Phosphor – Y. Wu, K. Lee (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Cheng Kung University), Y. Nien (Center for Micro/Nano Science and Technology, National Cheng Kung University) and I. Chen (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Cheng Kung University)

1110

Synthesis and Photoluminescence Properties of Y2O3:Eu3+/SiO2 Nano Phosphor Core/ Shell Particles – J. Han (UCSD), J. Talbot and J. McKittrick (University of California, San Diego)

1111

CVD Preparation and Photoluminescence of ZnS Nanowires from Zn(TMHD)2 – J. Juarez (CENAM) and F. Juarez (IPN)

Bio Applications Co-Chairs: R. Serna and M. Godlewski

14:20 1098

Investigation into the Photophysics of Water Soluble Quantum Dots Using Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy – R. Peters, S. Shehata and C. Fradin (McMaster University)

15:00 1099

Emission Quenching of Semiconductor Quantum Dots and its Application to Biosensing – S. Kuwabata, T. Uematsu (Osaka University) and T. Torimoto (Nagoya University)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h

1100

Synthesis and Photoluminescence Properties of InVO4 :Eu3+ Phosphors Synthesized Using Sol-Gel Method – Z. Shi (National Formosa University), H. Chen, Y. Tsai (Kao Yuan University), S. Wu (Tung-Fang Institute of Technology) and Y. Chang (National Formosa University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Tuesday, April 27

17:30 1061


E5

Thermal and Plasma CVD of Nanostructures and Their Applications

Dielectric Science and Technology / Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

10:20 1148

AlGaN/GaN HEMT Based Biosensor – S. Alur, T. Gnanaprakasa, Y. Wang, Y. Sharma, J. Dai, J. Hong, A. L. Simonian, M. Bozack, C. Ahyi and M. Park (Auburn University)

10:40 1149

Development of Enhancement Mode AlN/ Ultrathin AlGaN/GaN HEMTs by Selective Wet Etching – T. Anderson (Naval Research Laboratory), M. Tadjer (University of Maryland), M. Mastro, J. Hite, K. Hobart, C. Eddy and F. Kub (Naval Research Laboratory)

11:10 1150

Fabrication of the Metal-OxideSemiconductor Au/Ga2O3/GaN Nanowires – C. Hsieh and L. Chou (NTHU)

11:30 1151

ZnO Nanorod/p-GaN Heterostructured Light-Emitting Diodes Passivated by Using a Photoelectrochemical Method – J. Yan, C. Chen and C. Lee (National Cheng Kung University)

Poster Session, 1800-2030h

Tuesday, April 27

1131

Novel Surface-Wave-Excited PE-CVD System with Reciprocated Substrate Ambulation Mechanism – K. Azuma, S. Ueno, M. Suzuki, Y. Konishi and S. Ishida (Shimadzu Corporation)

1132

Epitaxial Si Films by LPCVD and Their Application for TFT/NVM Devices – K. Jang, S. Jung, J. Cho, W. Lee and J. Yi (Sungkyunkwan University)

1133

Hot Wire Chemical Vapor Deposition of Ge2Sb2Te5 Thin Films – D. Reso (Otto-vonGuericke-University), M. Silinskas (Otto-vonGuericke-University Magdeburg), B. Kalkofen (University of Magdeburg), M. Lisker (Ottovon-Guericke-University Magdeburg) and E. Burte (University of Magdeburg)

1134

Effect of Boron Doping Concentration at the p/i Interface of the Thin Film Silicon Solar Cell Using Impedance Spectroscopy Analysis – S. Park, S. Lee, J. Park, Y. Kim, D. Yang and J. Yi (Sungkyunkwan University)

1135

Gallium Assisted PECVD Synthesis of Silicon Nanowires – A. Gewalt (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology), B. Kalkofen and E. Burte (University of Magdeburg)

E6

1136

The Effect of the Hydrogen Gas Ratio on p-Type Amorphous Silicon Suboxides Layer and Its Application to Amorphous Silicon Solar Cells – J. Park, Y. Kim, S. Park, K. Yoon, S. Lee, Y. Lee, K. Jang, H. Park, S. Jung and J. Yi (Sungkyunkwan University)

SiC and Related Materials Co-Chairs: T. Anderson and W. Johnson

14:00 1152

Grand Challenges in Silicon Carbide Material and Devices – K. Shenai (University of Toledo)

14:30 1153

Etch Pits of 4H-Silicon Carbide Surface Formed Using Chlorine Trifluoride Gas – H. Habuka, K. Furukawa, K. Tanaka, Y. Katsumi (Yokohama National University), N. Takechi, K. Fukae (Kanto Denka Kogyo) and T. Kato (National Institutes of Advanced Science and Technology)

14:50 1154

AlN Nano-Island Interlayers for High Efficiency GaN-Based Light-Emitting Diodes – S. Kim, H. Oh and J. Baek (Korea Photonics Technology Institute)

15:10

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:30 1155

A-Plane GaN for Hydrogen Sensing Applications – H. Kwang (Korea Electronics Technology Institute), W. Lim, S. Pearton, Y. Wang, F. Ren (University of Florida), J. Yang (Dankook University) and S. Jang (Dankook Univeristy)

16:00 1156

The Application of Palladium Oxide-Based Silicon Carbide Gas Sensors for Aerospace Applications – G. W. Hunter, J. Xu, P. Neudeck (NASA Glenn Research Center), L. Chen (Ohio Aerospace Institute), B. Ward and D. Makel (Makel Engineering, Inc)

16:20 1157

Passivation of Deep Levels at the SiO2/ SiC Interface – A. F. Basile (Simon Fraser University), J. Rozen (Vanderbilt University), X. Chen (Simon Fraser University), S. Dhar (Cree Inc.), J. Williams (Auburn University), L. Feldman (Rutgers University) and P. Mooney (Simon Fraser University)

16:40 1158

Analysis the Suppression of Ag Agglomeration by Mg Additive Atoms – Y. Song, J. Son and J. Lee (POSTECH)

Wide-Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 11 Electronics and Photonics / Sensor / Luminescence and Display Materials Cortes Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

III-Nitrides Co-Chairs: L. Chernyak and K. Yong

08:40 1145

GaN-on-Si Electronics – W. Johnson, A. Hanson and K. Linthicum (Nitronex Corporation)

09:10 1146

Control of Polarization Fields in III-Nitride Nanowire Devices – M. Mastro (Naval Research Laboratory), B. Simpkins, J. Hite, C. Eddy Jr. (NRL), J. Kim, J. Kim (Korea University) and J. Ahn (University of Korea)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1147

Light Extraction Enhancement of n-Side Up Light-Emitting Diodes Without Electrodes Covering by Wafer Bonding and Textured Surfaces – R. Horng (National Cheng Kung University), Y. Lu (Institute of Precision Engineering, National Chung Hsing University) and D. Wuu (National Chung Hsing University)

74

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont General Poster Session, 1800-2030h

1159

Formation of Self-Positioned Phosphor Layer for Angular Color Homogeneity of White Light-Emitting Diodes – K. Lee (Korea Photonics Technology Institute), S. Kim, J. Kim, S. Song (KOPTI) and J. Moon (Chonnam Nat’l Univ.)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


1160

1161

1162

Dy3+ Emission from GaAlN Powder and Radio-Frequency Sputtered Thin Film – J. H. Tao, J. McKittrick and J. Talbot (University of California, San Diego) Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Studies of Shallow Donors Behavior in Hydrogenated ZnO Films – L. Larina, N. Tsvetkov, J. Yang (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), K. Lim (Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) and O. Shevaleevskiy (Institute of Biochemical Physics) Optical Properties of Pure and Doped Electrodeposited ZnO Films – I. Enculescu, E. Matei, N. Preda, M. Sima, M. Enculescu (National Institute of Materials Physics) and R. Neumann (GSI Darmstadt Germany)

E7

Graphene, Ge/III-V, and Emerging Materials for Post-CMOS Applications 2 Dielectric Science and Technology

Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont Thermal Behavior of Graphene and Graphene Based Devices Co-Chairs: Luigi Colombo, Sreekar Bhaviripudi, and Alain Diebold

1187

See after Abstract #1200

08:00 1188

Infrared Images of Heat Dissipation in Graphene Ambipolar Transistors – M. Bae, Z. Ong, D. Estrada and E. Pop (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

08:40 1189

Extraordinary Thermal Conductivity of Graphene: Applications in Thermal Management – A. A. Balandin (University of California - Riverside)

09:20 1190

Thermal Transport in Graphene Nanostructures – Y. P. Chen (Purdue University) Discussion (10 Minutes)

1163

Formation Mechanism and Reliability of Cu/ Ge/Pd Ohmic Contact to n-Type InGaAs – E. Chang, Y. C. Lin and S. Shie (National Chiao Tung University)

1164

InGaN Light-Emitting Diode Structure on a Photoelectrochemical Treated GaN:Si Layer – K. Chen, C. Lin and C. Lin (National Chung Hsing University)

10:00

Metrology and Characterization of Graphene Co-Chairs: Jeff Peterson, Ji Ung Lee, and Masashi Shiraishi

Tuesday, April 27

1165

InGaN-Based Light Emitting Diodes with an AlN Sacrificial Buffer Layer for Chemical Lift-Off Process – C. Lin, J. Dai and M. Lin (National Chung Hsing University)

10:10 1191

1166

Ultra-High Vacuum Processing and Characterization of Chemically Functionalized Graphene – M. C. Hersam (Northwestern University)

Low-Resistivity and High-Transmittance Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide Films for UV Light-Emitting Diodes – H. Chang, K. Huang, S. Chen, L. Shan and M. Wu (National Tsing Hua University)

10:50 1192

Advances in Graphene Metrology – A. C. Diebold, T. Zhang and F. Nelson (College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering)

11:30 1193

Characterization of a Single Metal Impurity in Graphene – E. Cockayne, G. Rutter and J. Stroscio (National Institute of Standards & Technology)

12:10 1194

Noise Reduction in Graphene Transistors – A. A. Balandin (University of California Riverside)

12:30

Intermission (60 Minutes)

1167

1168

Fabrication of IGZO Sputtering Target and Its Applications to the Preparation of Thin-Film Transistor Devices – C. C. Lo and T. Hsieh (National Chiao Tung University) Spatially Resolved Cathodoluminescence Spectroscopy of ZnO Microparticles – T. Hirai (Ritsumeikan University), Y. Harada (Osaka Institute of Technology), N. Ohno (Osaka Electro-Communication University), Y. Sawada and T. Itoh (Osaka University)

1169

Drain Leakage Current in MuGFETs at High Temperatures – J. Giroldo Jr. and M. Bellodi (Centro Universitário da FEI)

1170

Study of the Number of Quantum Well Pairs for High Bright AlGaInP-Based Light Emitting Diodes – H. Oh, S. Kim (Korea Photonics Technology Institute), J. Kwak (Sunchon National University) and J. Baek (Korea Photonics Technology Institute)

1171

1172

npn Heterostructural Optoelectronic Switch with Collector Confinement Layer – D. Guo (Air Force Academy)

Spectroscopic Studies on Graphene Co-Chairs: Keith Jenkins, Alex Balandin, and John Shumway

13:30 1195

Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopic Studies of the Effects of Dielectric Gate Materials on the Local Electronic Characteristics of Graphene – N. Yeh, M. Teague, M. Bockrath (California Institute of Technology), J. Velasco and C. Lau (University of California Riverside)

14:10 1196

Probing the Underlying Physics of Graphene with Raman Spectroscopy – I. Calizo, G. Cheng (NIST), J. Simpson (Towson University) and A. R. Hight Walker (NIST)

14:50 1197

Graphene Quantum Size Effect, Zigzag Edge States and Substrate Semitransparency – J. Lyding, K. Ritter, K. He, J. Koepke, S. Schmucker, J. Wood (University of Illinois), Y. Xu (Zhejiang University) and N. Aluru (University of Illinois)

15:30

Discussion (10 Minutes)

pnpn and npn Heterostructural Optoelectronic Devices – D. Guo (Air Force Academy)

Material Properties and Graphene Based Logic Devices Co-Chairs: Bart Soree, A. Hight Walker, and Alfred Grill

15:40 1198

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Graphene as a Material for Nanoelectronics – G. Iannaccone, G. Fiori, M. Cheli, P. Michetti, M. Macucci, A. Betti and P. Marconcini (University of Pisa) 75


16:20 1199

Reconfigurable Graphene Logic – S. Tanachutiwat and W. Wang (University at Albany)

17:00 1200

Optical and Electrical Properties of Percolated Graphene Networks from Liquid Exfoliation of Graphite – J. Obrzut, D. Pristinski (National Institute of Standards and Technology) and M. Yoonessi (Ohio Institute of Aerospace)

17:40 1187

F2

Bilayer Graphene System: Transport and Reliability – T. Yu, E. Lee, B. Briggs, B. Nagabhirava and B. Yu (State University of New York at Albany)

Electrochemical Engineering for the 21st Century (dedicated to Richard C. Alkire)

Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Corrosion / Energy Technology

Henry B. Linford Award Address

14:00 1265

Electrochemical Engineering Co-Chairs: James Fenton and Vijay Ramani

14:40 1266

Microfluidic Platforms for Catalyst and Electrode Optimization – F. Brushett and P. Kenis (University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign)

15:00 1267

Electro-Oxidation on the Ti/SnO2 -Sb2O5 Anode for Wastewater Treatment – Q. Ni, D. Kirk and S. Thorpe (University of Toronto)

15:20 1268

Analysis of Coal-Extracts Using Electrochemical Techniques – A. ValenzuelaMuñiz and G. G. Botte (Ohio University)

15:40 1269

Effect of the Electroactive Area and Liquid Mass Flow on the Resident Time Distribution (RTD) in a FM01 Electrochemical Reactor – M. Cruz-Díaz (Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Ecatepec), E. Rivero (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), F. Rivera and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa)

Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Tuesday, April 27

Electrochemical Systems-Fundamental Co-Chairs: Kurt Hebert and Stanko Brankovic

08:20 1256

Wet Etching Process on Semiconductors: A Typical Electrochemical Engineering Challenge – A. Causier, M. Bouttemy, I. Gérard and A. Etcheberry (Institut Lavoisier UMR CNRS 8180)

08:40 1257

Simulation of Cu Surface Morphology Evolution during Electropolishing – J. Thomas and S. R. Brankovic (University of Houston)

09:00 1258

09:20 1259

Porosity of Electrodeposited Cobalt Hard Gold: Effects of Reversed Pulse Current – Z. Liu (Columbia University), M. Zheng, R. Hilty (Tyco Elecronics) and A. West (Columbia University) Direct Copper Plating on a RuTa Substrate – M. Nagar, A. Radisic (IMEC), K. Strubbe (Ghent University) and P. Vereecken (IMEC)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h

1270

Fundamental Thermodynamic Limitations in Wagner’s Equation in Solid State Electrochemistry – T. Miyashita (Miyashita Clinic)

1271

Surface Energy Effects on the Metallization of Nanoscale Features – J. D. Adolf and U. Landau (Case Western Reserve University)

1272

Investigation on Adsorption Characteristics of Organic Dyes during Via Filling by Copper Electrodeposition – R. Manu and S. Jayakrishnan (Central Electrochemical Research Institute)

1273

Structural and Protecting Properties of Functional Organic Coatings on Copper – Ž. Petrović (University of Zagreb), M. MetikosHukovic (University of Zagreb,) and S. Omanovic (McGill University)

1274

Surface Modification of Nitinol by Biocompatibile Passive Films – J. Katić (Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology) and M. Metikos-Hukovic (University of Zagreb,)

1275

Electrodeposition and Thermoelectric Properties of BiSbTe Nanowires – R. S. Mannam (Louisiana Tech University), K. Varahramyan (IUPUI), D. Davis (Louisiana Tech University) and M. Agarwal (IUPUI)

1276

Study the Diffusion Behavior of Li+ in the WO3 Electrochromic Device by Electrochemical AC Impedance Spectroscopy – Y. Lu and F. Lien (National University of Tainan)

Electrochemical Devices Co-Chairs: Lili Deligianni and James Fenton

10:00 1260

(Keynote) Establishment of Electrochemical Device Engineering – T. Osaka (Waseda University)

10:40 1261

One-Dimensional Molecular-Junction Arrays Fabricated Using Anodic Aluminum Oxide Templates – Y. Song, J. Fang and Z. D. Chen (University of Kentucky)

11:00 1262

Future Challenges in Electrochemical Engineering from Microelectronics to Solar Thin Films – H. Deligianni (BM T.J. Watson Research Center), Q. Huang (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), L. T. Romankiw (BM T.J. Watson Research Center), R. Vaidyanathan, S. Ahmed (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), S. Jaime, P. Grand, V. Charrier and O. Kerrec (Nexcis Photovoltaic Technology)

11:20 1263

Analysis and Control of Plating Baths in the Electrodeposition of Copper Indium Gallium Selenide Films with Ion Chromatography – J. Wang (SoloPower, Inc), S. Aksu (SoloPower Inc) and M. Pinarbasi (SoloPower, Inc.)

11:40 1264

Roughness Control of Electrodeposited CIS Thin Film – H. Huang (Nation Taiwan University) and C. Lin (National Taiwan University)

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Preparing Electrochemical Engineers for the 21st Century - The Henry B. Linford Award Address of The Electrochemical Society – D. Schwartz (University of Washington)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering General Session

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

G3

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h

1310

Electrochemical Reduction of UO2 Pellets in a Molten LiCl Salt – S. Jeong, E. Choi, J. Hur, I. Choi and H. Lee (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

1311

Coal Oxidation in Hydrochloric Acid Solution with Different Liquid Catalysts – R. Yin (Shanghai University, Shanghai), H. Liu, Y. Zhao, S. Lv (Shanghai University) and Q. Fan (Gas Technology Institute)

1312

1313

1314

The New Multipurpose Electrochemical Cell – L. Rafailovic (University of Vienna,), T. Trisovic (Institute of Technical Sciences, Serbian Academy of Science and Arts), B. Grgur (University of Belgrade) and G. Nauer (Center for Electrochemical Surface Technology) Advantages of Turbulence Models and Wall Functions for Simulating Mass Transport in a Rotating Cylinder Electrode Reactor – E. P. Rivero (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Facultad de Estudios Superiores Cuautitlán), F. Rivera (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa), M. Cruz (Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Ecatepec) and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa) Effect of Dissolved Species on the Fluoride Electro-Removal from Groundwater – C. Montero-Ocampo and J. Martínez Villafañe (CINVESTAV-IPN)

1315

Properties of Pulse Electrodeposited CdSxTe1-x Films – P. Thirumoorthy (KSR College of Arts and Science) and R. K. Murali (CECRI)

1316

Optimization of Low Voltage Base Production in the Presence of Dissolved CO2 – M. Kostowskyj, N. Knott, S. Gorer, R. Gilliam and B. Constantz (Calera Corporation)

1317

Screen Printed Phosphorus Diffusion for Low-Cost and Simplified Industrial MonoCrystalline Silicon Solar Cells – D. Yang, T. Kwon, M. Ju, W. Jung, S. Kim, Y. Lee and D. Gong (Sungkyunkwan University)

1318

Micromachining of Silicon Wafers with Catalytic Needle Electrodes in HF Solution – T. Sugita (Osaka University), T. Hirai (Ritsumeikan University), S. Ikeda and M. Matsumura (Osaka University)

1319

The Kinetics for Electrochemical Removal of Ammonia in Coking Wastewater – Z. Liang, H. Sun, W. Guo, C. Fan, X. Hao and S. Liu (Taiyuan University of Technology)

1320

Characteristics of Pulse Plated ZnS Films Using Nonaqueous Solvents – R. K. Murali (CECRI), S. Kala and P. Elango (Government Arts College, Coimbatore)

1321

Nondestructive Testing Development for Laser Peening Process Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – J. Hu (Milwaukee School of Engineering)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Electrochemical Technologies for Hydrogen Production

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Hall, Fairmont

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: J. W. Weidner and V. (Ravi) Subramanian

1322

La2O3-Modified Nickel-Cobalt Composite Coating for HER Cathode in Acid Medium – Y. Liang, P. He, Q. Jiang, J. Sun (Southwest University of Science and Technology) and H. Liu (Central South University)

1323

Hydrogen Evolution on the Y2O3 –Modified Ni-Co Composite Layers – X. Yi, P. He, Y. Liang, Y. Chen, J. Sun and Q. Jiang (Southwest University of Science and Technology)

1324

Effect of Gd2O3 on the Hydrogen Evolution Property of Nickel-Cobalt Coatings Electrodeposited on Titanium Substrate – X. Yi, P. He, Y. Liang, Y. Chen, J. Sun and Q. Jiang (Southwest University of Science and Technology)

1325

Exploration of Surface Treatments for Semiconductor-Based Photoelectrochemical Water Splitting – K. Menningen (University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point)

1326

Fabrication of Co-Ni-P Catalysts on TiO2 Nanotube Substrate and the Catalytic Generation of Hydrogen from an Alkaline NaBH4 Solution – K. Yun, W. Beom and C. Park (Chonnam National University)

G4

Electrochemistry in Mineral and Metal Processing 8 (EMMP 8)

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Electrochemistry in Hydrometallurgy I Co-Chairs: Michael Moats and Matthew Jeffrey

09:00 1363

Influence of Surfactant Adsorption on the Leaching of Copper Sulfides – P. Nowak (Polish Academy of Sciences)

09:20 1364

A Novel Mathematical Model for the Study of Electrochemical Nucleation of Metals on Foreign Substrates from the Analysis of Potentiostatic Current-Transients – T. Vargas, M. Colet and J. Salgado (University of Chile)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1365

The Pyrite Catalysed Oxidation of Sulfide Ions – D. Hewitt, P. Breuer and M. Jeffrey (CSIRO)

10:20 1366

Electrochemical Study of Massive Chalcopyrite Electrodes Bioleached by Moderately Thermophilic Microorganisms at 48°C – W. Zeng, Y. Zhang (CSIRO), G. Qiu (Central South University), M. Chen and B. Follink (CSIRO)

10:40 1367

Galvanic Interactions Between Pyrite and Chalcopyrite and their Effect on Galvanically Assisted Leaching – M. Eghbalnia and D. Dixon (University of British Columbia)

11:00 1368

Attributes of Electrochemical Potential in a Multiphysics Heap Leach Model – J. Gebhardt (Process Engineering Resources Inc), D. McBride and M. Cross (Swansea University)

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Tuesday, April 27

G1


11:20 1369

An Approach to the Reactivity of Isomorphous Proustite (Ag3AsS3) and Pyrargyrite (Ag3SbS3) in Cyanide Solutions – A. M. Meléndez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Iztapalapa.), I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa) and R. Arroyo (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Iztapalapa.)

11:40 1370

Modeling the Kinetics of Anodic Dissolution of Chalcopyrite Based on Electrochemical Measurements Conducted Directly on Chalcopyrite Particle Electrodes – H. Jordan and T. Vargas (University of Chile)

Electrochemistry in Hydrometallurgy II Co-Chairs: Fiona M. Doyle and Gregory Hope

Tuesday, April 27

14:00 1371

Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy to Investigate Gold Dissolution in Thiourea and Thiocyanate Acid Solutions – X. Yang (South Central University), M. Moats and J. Miller (University of Utah)

14:20 1372

A Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of the Interaction of Gold with Cyano-Containing Ligands – G. Parker and G. A. Hope (Griffith University)

14:40 1373

An Electrochemical Study of the Dissolution of Pure Gold and Gold-Silver Alloys in Thiosulfate Leach Solutions – E. Oraby (CSIRO / Curtin) and M. Jeffrey (CSIRO)

15:00 1374

Investigating Gold Dissolution during Oxidative Desorption of Alkylthiol SelfAssembled Monolayers – S. R. Smith, J. L. Shepherd (Laurentian University) and E. Guerra (Laurentian University School of Engineering)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 1375

Electrochemical Determination of Minor Elements in Zinc Flotation Concentrates – A. Hernández-Gómez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Iztapalapa), A. Meléndez (Departamento de Química. Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Iztapalapa. México, D.F. CP 09340 Mexico.), C. Lara (CIDT, Servicios Industriales Peñoles, Torreón, Coah.CP 27300, Mexico.) and I. González (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa)

16:00 1376

An Investigation on the Effects of Organic Additives on Zinc Electrowinning from Industrial Electrolyte – D. Dhak, E. Asselin and A. Alfantazi (University of British Columbia)

16:20 1377

Electrowinning of Copper from Various Copper Cyanide Eluates at Low pH – X. Dai, P. Breuer and M. Jeffrey (CSIRO)

16:40 1378

Evaluation of Copper Electrowinning Parameters on Current Efficiency and Energy Consumption Using Surface Response Methodology – Y. Khouraibchia and M. Moats (University of Utah)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: F. M. Doyle, G. Kelsall, and R. Woods

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1379

Comparison of H2 and NH3 Treatment for Cu Interconnects – Y. Cheng, T. Chiu and Y. Wang (National Chi-Nan University)

G5

1380

Lead(II) Electrodeposition from Alkaline Solutions Containing Xylitol – G. Yingying (School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Central South University), Z. Qionghua (School of Chemstry and Chemical Engineering, Central South University), Y. Tianzu (School of Metallurgical Science and Engineering, Central South University), L. Wei and Z. Duchao (School of Metallurgical Science and Engineering, Central South University)

Fuel Cell Membranes, Electrode Binders, and MEA Performance

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering/ Energy Technology Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chairs: Peter Pintauro and Vijay Ramani

08:40 1408

Membrane Degradation under Idle Condition in a PEM Fuel Cell Stack – X. Yuan (Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), H. Wang (National Research Council of Canada), J. Wu, S. Zhang, C. Sun (Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), R. Hiesgen (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen), K. Freidrich, M. Schulze and A. Haug (German Aerospace Center)

09:00 1409

Diagnosis of MEA Failure Modes under Accelerated RH Cycling Conditions – V. Singaram, M. Fowler (University of Waterloo), X. Yuan and H. Wang (NRC-IFCI)

09:20 1410

A Study on Cathode Degradation of PEMFCs under On/Off Cycling Operation – J. Kim, E. Cho, J. Jang, H. Kim, T. Lim and I. Oh (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

09:40 1411

The Effects of Aluminum and Iron Ions on the Degradation of PEMFC Cathode – H. Li, K. Tsay, S. Wu, H. Wang, J. Zhang (National Research Council of Canada), N. Jia (Ballard Power System), S. Wessel (Ballard Power Systems), R. Abouatallah, N. Joos (Hydrogenics) and J. Schrooten (Angstrom Power)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 1412

Fuel Cell Operation with Very Low Humidity Causing Voltage Reversal and Overheating Effects – R. Bradean (Ballard Power Systems), K. Eggen, D. Adam, F. Berretta, H. Haas and A. Leow (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation)

10:40 1413

On the Negative Impedance Region and Proton Transfer Mechanism in Fully Hydrated Nafion Membranes – M. N. Tsampas and C. Vayenas (University of Patras)

11:00 1414

Effect of Gas Diffusion Media on PEMFC Performance: An EIS Study – P. Gallo Stampino, L. Omati (Politecnico di Milano), R. Pelosato (Poltecnico di Milano), L. Zampori, C. Cristiani and G. Dotelli (Politecnico di Milano)

11:20 1415

A 2D PEMFC Impedance Model Taking into Account the Propagation of the Concentration Oscillations in the Direction of the Gas Channels: The Second Loop Artifact – G. Maranzana (CNRS-LEMTA), J. Mainka, J. Dillet (CNRS-LEMTA, Nancy University), S. Didierjean (LEMTA) and O. Lottin (CNRS-LEMTA, Nancy University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


A Two-Fluid Model for Hydrogen PEM Fuel Cell Performance Integrating Gas Phase and Water Transport with Porous Media Capillary Effects, Heat Transfer, and Electrochemistry – S. Mukherjee, A. Gidwani, A. Roy, J. Cole (CFD Research Corporation), K. Jain, C. Bapat (ESI R&D) and R. Thomas (CFD Research Corporation)

1427

Oxygen Reduction Reaction of NitrogenDoped Carbon Nanofibers With or Without Pt Catalysts – J. Kim, S. Lim, S. Kim, D. Peck, B. Lee and D. Jung (Korea Institute of Energy Research)

1428

Study on Effects of the Cathode Flow Field on the Current Distribution in DMFC – S. Lee, S. Kim, S. Lim, D. Jung, D. Peck, B. Lee (Korea Institute of Energy Research) and H. Kim (Jeonju University)

1429

Experimental Validation of a One Dimensional, Two-Phase Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Model under a Wide Range of Operating Temperatures and Methanol Feed Concentrations – K. Kang and H. Ju (Inha University)

1430

H2/Air Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cell Performance and Durability Using Novel Anionexchange Materials (Ionomer and Membrane) and Nonplatinum Group Metal Cathode Catalysts – M. Boccia, A. Filpi, E. Flammia, H. A. Miller, M. Orsini, M. Piana, F. Salusti and S. Santiccioli (ACTA spA)

1431

Effect of Phosphotungstic Acid in MEA on PEMFC Performance at Elevated Temperature – S. Gopu and A. Bose (Ohio University)

1432

Investigation the Effect of Chitosan-Modified Montmorillonite Presence on Fuel Cell Performance of Partially Sulfonated Poly(2,6dimethyl-1,4-Phenylene Oxide) at Elevated Temperatures – M. Hasani-Sadrabadi, E. Dashtimoghadam, F. Majedi (Amirkabir University of Technology) and K. Kabiri (Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute)

Co-Chairs: Andy Herring and John Muldoon

14:00 1417

Irradiation Methods for Preparation of Nanosized Catalysts in Low Temperature Fuel Cells – M. Min, G. Chai, H. Kim (Corporate R&D center), S. Shin (Samsung), K. Kim, B. Choi (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), Y. Han (RTX Inc.) and B. Lee (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute)

14:20 1418

Fabrication of Branched-Carbon Nanotubes and Their Properties as Supports for Electrocatalysts – H. Joh, S. Kim, J. Prabhuram and H. Ha (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

14:40 1419

Three Dimensional Reconstruction of PEFC Catalyst Layers – S. Thiele, R. Zengerle and C. Ziegler (University of Freiburg)

15:00 1420

Effect of Nafion Aggregation within the Catalytic Layers on the Performance of the Passive DMFCs – T. Yuan, Z. Zou, Z. Li and H. Yang (Shanghai Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 1421

High-Resolution X-Ray Computed Tomography and Direct Simulation of the Carbon-Paper GDLs – Y. Wang (UCI) and H. Wang (National Research Council of Canada)

1433

The Relationship Between Hydrophilic Channel Morphology, Water Diffusion and Proton Conductivity – C. Wu and P. Chu (National Central University)

Nanocomposite Ternary Acid-Base Blend Based Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for Fuel Cells – K. S. Stewart and H. Missan (University of West Indies)

1434

Effect of Spray Parameters, Catalyst Type, Ionomer Type and Ionomer Loading on Electrode Surface Morphology and Electrode Performance of PEM Fuel Cells – R. P. Brooker (University of Central Florida), M. P. Rodgers, L. Bonville, H. Kunz, D. Slattery and J. Fenton (FSEC-UCF)

Long-Term Stable Operation of Direct Methanol Fuel Cell by Control of the Operation Modes – Y. Park, D. Peck, S. Lim, S. Kim, B. Lee, D. Jung (Korea Institute of Energy Research) and D. Lee (Korea University)

1435

Effects of Operating Temperature on Performance Degradation of PEMFCs under Repetitive Startup/Shutdown Cycling – Y. Jo (KIST), E. Cho (Korea Institute of Science and Technology), J. Kim (KIST), J. Kim (University of Seoul), T. Lim, I. Oh, J. Jang and H. Kim (Korea Institute of Science and Technology)

1436

Multiscale Simulation of Single-Phase Multicomponent Transport in the Cathode Gas Diffusion Layer of a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell – P. Rama, Y. Li, R. Chen (Loughborough University), H. Ostadi, K. Jiang (The Unibersity of Birmingham) and X. Zhang (Liverpool University)

1437

Imaging the Electrode-GDL Interface by a Modified Wood’s Intrusion Process – U. Kunz, F. Scheiba, N. Benker, H. Fuess and C. Roth (Technical University of Darmstadt)

1438

Anode Materials for Mitigating Hydrogen Starvation Effects in PEM Fuel Cells – I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global R &D), S. Swathirajan (General Motors Global R&D (retired)), B. Merzougui (UTC), M. Balogh, G. Garabedian, M. Carpenter and N. Irish (General Motors Global R&D)

16:00 1422

16:20 1423

16:40 1424

Investigation of the Presence of a Saturating Media during Hot Pressing of Proton Exchange Membranes to Improve Performance – M. P. Rodgers, B. Pearman, N. Mohajeri, L. Bonville, D. Slattery, H. Kunz and J. Fenton (FSEC-UCF)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h

1425

Impact of Ionomer Content on the Performance of a Direct Methanol Fuel Cell – B. Krishnamurthy (MVJ College of Engineering) and S. Deepalochani (Indian Institute of Science)

1426

Synthesis and Characterization of Sulfonated Poly(arylene biphenylsulfone ether)s for Proton Exchange Membranes – D. Yoo (Seonam University), S. Hyeon, A. Kim, G. Gnana Kumar, R. Park, I. Hwang and K. Nahm (Chonbuk National University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Tuesday, April 27

11:40 1416


1439

Degradation/Failure Analysis in a PEMFC Stack Tested under Dynamic Load Cycling Linked to Vehicle Application – A. Bose, P. Babburi (Ohio University), R. Kumar, D. Myers, J. Mawdsley (Argonne National Laboratory) and J. Millhuff (Northern Illinois University)

1440

Fabrication of Nanoporous Silicon Membrane Based Micro-Direct Methanol Fuel Cell – D. Ge, Y. Zhou, J. Jiao (Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology), H. Yang (Shanghai Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences), P. Chen and Y. Leng (Shanghai Institute of Microsystem and Information Technology)

Tuesday, April 27

1441

1442

1443

Electron Transfer and Applications of Fullerenes and Nanostructured Materials Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chairs: Guldi and Fukuzumi

09:20 1452

Sulfonated Polybenzimidazoles: Proton Conduction and Acid-Base Cross-Linking – O. Thomas, T. Peckham, U. Thanganathan, Y. Yang and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University)

Photo-Physical Properties of Simple and Double Strand Multiporphyrinic Polypeptides – N. Solladié (Laboratoire de Chimie de Coordination du CNRS)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1453

In Situ Analysis of the Effects of Variation of the MEA Microstructure at Different Pt/ Nafion Ratio, Pressure and Temperatures – Á. Kriston, Á. Nemes and G. Inzelt (Eötvös Loránd University)

Functionalized Fullerenes: Synthesis and Functions – D. M. Guldi (Friedrich-AlexanderUniversitat Erlangen-Nurnberg)

10:20 1454

Fullerene-Porphyrin Supramolecular Adducts: Photoinduced Processes – N. Armaroli, G. Accorsi, K. Yoosaf and J. Mohanraj (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche)

10:40 1455

Bio-Inspired Supramolecular Nano-Assemblies for Light Energy Conversion – F. D’Souza (Wichita State University)

11:00 1456

Carbon-13 Isotope Effect on the Delayed Fluorescence of C60 and C70 – C. Baleizão and M. Berberan-Santos (Instituto Superior Tecnico)

11:20 1457

Supramolecular Assembles of Carbon Nanohorns and Porphyrin for Photovoltaic Devices – M. Vizuete (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha), M. Gómez-Escalonilla (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha,), J. G. Fierro (CSIC), A. S.D. Sandanayaka, T. Hasobe (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), M. Yudasaka (National Institute of Advanced Industrial and Technology), S. Ijima (Meijo University), O. Ito (Tohoku University) and F. Langa (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

11:40 1458

Long Distance Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Triazole-Based Conjugated Polymers with Porphyrin and C60 End Groups – C. K. Haley and D. I. Schuster (New York University)

12:00 1459

Single Molecule Electronics with Fullerenes – E. Leary, T. González, N. Agraït and N. Martín (IMDEA)

In Situ Mass Transport and ORR Kinetics in Solid Sulfonated Polybenzimidazoles Electrolytes – A. Mani, O. Thomas, T. Peckham, Y. Yang and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University)

Regeneration of Pt Electrode Activity in PBI Fuel Cell Following CO Poisoning – E. U. Ubong, D. Phillips and M. Gieseke (Kettering University)

1445

Water Sorption, Ion Conductivity and Hygrothermal Aging of Nafion 115 – L. Maldonado (Laboratoire d’Energétique et de Mécanique Théorique et Appliquée (LEMTA)), J. Dillet (CNRS-LEMTA, Nancy University), F. Xu and O. Lottin (Laboratoire d’Energétique et de Mécanique Théorique et Appliquée (LEMTA)-Equipe Piles à Combustible)

1446

Effects of Various PTFE Loadings in the Anode Backing Layer of Direct Methanol Fuel Cells – K. Kang and H. Ju (Inha University)

1447

Nafion-Impregnated Electrospun Polyethersulfone Composite Membrane for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells – H. Hwang, H. Lee, S. Park, S. Choi and Y. Shul (Yonsei University)

1448

Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Silica Aerogel Supported Pt Nanoparticle for SelfHumidifying Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – C. Tsai, F. Yang, C. Chang, W. Wang and Y. Cheng-Yang (Chung Yuan Christian University)

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Conducting Polymer/Heteropolyoxometalate Composites as Efficient Electron/Proton Conducting Membranes for Energy Conversion Applications – M. B. McDonald and M. Freund (University of Manitoba)

The Dynamics of Photoinduced Electron Transfer Processes in Porphyrin-[60]Fullerene Supramolecular Interlocked Systems – D. I. Schuster, J. Megiatto Jr. (New York University), D. Guldi, S. Abwandner and G. Rojas (University of Erlangen-Nurnberg)

1444

1449

H1

1450

09:00 1451

Irradiated Poly Vinylidene Fluoride Hexafluoropropylene-Chitosan Composite Membranes for the Application of High Temperature and Lower Humidity Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – G. Gnana Kumar, A. Kim, I. Park (Chonbuk National University), J. Shin, Y. Nho (Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute), P. Kim (Chonbuk National University), D. Yoo (Seonam University) and K. Nahm (Chonbuk National University)

Co-Chairs: D’Souza and Dunsch

14:00 1460

Electrochemistry of C84 Isomers Modified Electrodes in an Aqueous Solution – L. Liu (Peking University), S. Wang, B. Sun (Chinese Academy of Science) and M. Li (Peking University)

14:20 1461

Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Complexes with Conjugated Polymers: Preparation and Electrochemical Properties – A. Adronov, X. Pang, P. Imin and I. Zhitomirsky (McMaster University) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


15:00 1463

15:20 1464

Vis-NIR and ESR Spectroelectrochemical Study of Sc3N@C80 (CF3) 2 – A. Popov (LeibnizInstitute for Solid State and Materials Research), N. Shustova (Colorado State University), M. A. Mackey (University of Southern Mississippi), C. Coumbe (The University of Southern Mississippi), J. P. Phillips, S. Stevenson (University of Southern Mississippi), S. Strauss, O. Boltalina (Colorado State University) and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden) Redox-Tunable PerfluoroalkylfullereneBased Polymers with Highly Variable Donor/Acceptor Domain Morphologies For OPV Active Layers – N. Escudo, B. Larson (Colorado State University), W. Rance (NREL), M. Wells, J. Whitaker, I. Kuvychko, T. Bailey, O. Boltalina, E. Chen (Colorado State University), N. Kopidakis (NREL) and S. Strauss (Colorado State University) Mechanism of C60 Electropolymerization in the Presence of Dioxygen and Application of the Resulting Fullerene Polymer for Preparation of a Conducting Composite with Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes – P. Pieta (Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences), G. Zukowska (Warsaw University of Technology), S. Das, F. D’Souza (Wichita State University), A. Petr, L. Dunsh (Leibniz-Institute of Solid State and Materials Research) and W. Kutner (Institute of Physical Chemistry, Polish Academy of Sciences)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1465

Precise Determination of Electronic States of (n,m)Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – Y. Tanaka, Y. Hirana, Y. Niidome (Kyushu University), K. Kato, S. Saito (Tokyo University of Technology) and N. Nakashima (Kyushu University)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Converence Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Guldi and Weisman

1470

Isoperimetric Quotient of Fullerenes/ Polyhedral Cages – F. Torrens (Universitat de Valencia) and G. Castellano (Universidad Catolica de Valencia)

1471

Application of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes/Ionic Liquid Mixture as an Electron Transfer Facilitator in Direct Electron Transfer and Biocatalytic Reactivity of Hemoglobin – D. Asheghali, A. Khodadadi and A. Bayandori Moghaddam (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research Center)

H2

Molecular and Supramolecular Chemistry of Fullerenes and Carbon Nanotubes Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chairs: Martin and Nierengarten

08:00 1492

Morphological Studies of Donor-Acceptor Blends: Trimetallic Nitride Endohedral Fullerenes-Based Organic Photovoltaic Devices – C. M. Cardona, B. Swain, J. Wall and S. Joslin (Luna nanoWorks)

08:20 1493

m-Phenylalkyne Bridged Oligothienylene Vinylene: A Good Candidate as a Gated Molecular Wire for High-Efficient Electron Transfer in C60 -Porphyrin Systems – M. Urbani (INAMOL-UCLM), S. Islam (Osaka University), S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University; Ewha Womans University) and F. Langa (Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)

08:40 1494

Spectroscopic Signatures of Photogenerated Radical Anions in Polymer-[70]Fullerene Bulk-Heterojunctions – V. Dyakonov (University of Würzburg), S. Filippone (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), N. Martín (IMDEA), A. Sperlich, M. Liedtke, C. Deibel (University of Würzburg and Bavarian Centre for Applied Energy Research) and O. Poluektov (Chemical Sciences and Engineering Division, Argonne National Laboratory)

09:00 1495

Towards Large Openings in Fullerenes – S. Huang, S. Khan (University of California, Los Angele) and Y. Rubin (University of California, Los Angeles)

Tuesday, April 27

14:40 1462

16:20 1466

The Role of the Selected Metal in Mixed Metal Nitride Clusters – A. Popov (LeibnizInstitute for Solid State and Materials Research), S. Yang (University of Science and Technology of China), L. Zhang (LeibnizInstitute for Solid State and Materials Research), J. Tarabek (Institute Org. Chem.) and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

16:40 1467

Development of Nanostructured Carbon Materials and Their Application Toward Electrocatalysts for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell – A. Hayashi, K. Kimijima and I. Yagi (AIST)

17:00 1468

Redox Properties and Electrochemiluminesce of Corannulene and Its ElectrochemicallyGenerated Film – C. Bruno, G. Valenti, F. Paolucci, M. Marcaccio (Universita’ di Bologna), L. Scott (Boston College) and C. Fontanesi (Universita’ di Modena e Reggio Emilia)

09:20 1496

In Pursuit of Fullerene Derivatives with New Structures: A Study of Chemical Modifications of Fluorofullerenes – O. Boltalina, I. Kuvychko, N. Shustova, J. Whitaker, S. Strauss (Colorado State University), K. Seppelt (Free University) and A. Popov (Institute of Solid State Physics)

17:20 1469

Optical Properties of Green/Red Emitting Oxynitride Phosphors Synthesized at Low Temperature for LED Application – H. Lee, K. Kim, J. Yoo (Chung-Ang University), I. Park, H. Lee and S. Hwang (Samsung LED Co., Ltd.)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1497

Redox Gradients in Hydrogen Bonded Complexes: Containing N,NDimethylaniline, Flavin and Fullerene – M. Motonobu, K. Ohkubo (Osaka University), T. Hasobe (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), V. Sgobba (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg), D. M. Guldi (Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat EErlangenNurnberg), F. Wessendorf, A. Hirsch (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg) and S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University; Ewha Womans University)

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Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

11:40 1530

Influence of Surface Pretreatment of MWNT Support on PEFC Performance – S. Mohanapriya, P. Sridhar, S. Pitchumani (Central Electrochemical Research Institute) and A. Shukla (Indian Institute of Science)

12:00 1531

Effects of Different Surface Morphologies and Nitrogen Contents on the Electrochemical Activity of Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes Towards Oxygen Reduction Reaction for Alkaline Fuel Cells – Z. Chen and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Guldi and Weisman

1498

Rapid, Efficient Techniques in the Macromolecular Covalent Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes – R. C. Chadwick and A. Adronov (McMaster University)

1499

Supramolecular Functionalization of Carbon Nanotubes Using Poly(2,7-carbazole)s – N. A. Rice and A. Adronov (McMaster University)

H3

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Fundamental Properties and Processes Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

Other Properties Chair: Weisman

14:00 1532

Diffusion-Controlled Growth Model for Electrodeposited Cobalt Nanowires in Highly Ordered Aluminum Oxide Membrane – A. Ghahremaninezhad (University of British Columbia) and A. Dolati (Sharif University of Technology) Effects of Quantum Confinement on Interrelation Between DOS Spectrum and C(V) Dependencies of Si Nanowire-Based MOS Structure – V. Ligatchev and S. Chin (Institute of High Performance Computing)

Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Tuesday, April 27

Processing Co-Chairs: Zheng, Doorn, and Ziegler

08:00 1520

(Invited) DNA Sequence Motifs for StructureSpecific Recognition and Separation of Carbon Nanotubes – X. Tu and M. Zheng (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

14:20 1533

08:20 1521

(Invited) Optically Active Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – N. Komatsu (Shiga University of Medical Science)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

08:40 1522

Advanced (n,m) and Enantiomeric Sorting of HiPco Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes by Nonlinear Density Gradient Ultracentrifugation – S. Ghosh, S. Bachilo and R. Weisman (Rice University)

09:00 1523

(Invited) Using SDS to Suspend Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: Love It or Hate It? – K. J. Ziegler (University of Florida)

09:20 1524

(Invited) (n,m)-Selected Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes as Molecular Templates – F. Hennrich, S. Lebedkin, N. Stuerzl and M. Kappes (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1525

(Invited) Controlling the Surface Features of Carbon Nanotubes Using Designed Reversible Cyclic Peptides – G. R. Dieckmann, I. Musselman, S. Nielsen, A. Klimenko, P. Bajaj and C. Chiu (The University of Texas at Dallas)

10:20 1526

(Invited) Advances in the Chemistry and Applications of Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene – R. Haddon (Unviersity of California)

Transport and Other Properties Co-Chairs: Lee, Zheng, and Doorn

10:40 1527

(Invited - Young Investigator Award) Electrochemically Controlled Transport of Water Through Carbon Nanotube Membranes – N. Koratkar (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

11:00 1528

(Invited) Current Saturation and Surface Polar Phonon Scattering in Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes – V. Perebeinos (IBM - Watson)

11:20 1529

(Invited) Probing Defects in Carbon Nanotubes Through Multi-Gated Structures – J. Lee (University at Albany-SUNY)

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Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Guldi and Weisman

1534

Oxygen Reduction on Multiwalled Carbon Nanotube Modified HOPG Electrodes in Alkaline Solution – I. Kruusenberg, M. Marandi, V. Sammelselg and K. Tammeveski (University of Tartu)

1535

Static Inelastic-Elastic Properties of Carbon Nanotubes and Polypropylene – A. P. Onanko, O. Lyashenko, G. Prodaivoda, S. Vigva and Y. Onanko (Kiev Research National University)

1536

Nanocarbon Synthesis Using Oxidized Diamond-Supported Metal Catalysts – K. Nakagawa (Kansai University), H. Gamo (Toppan Printing Co. Ltd.), M. NishitaniGamo (Toyo University), T. Ando (National Institute for Materials Science) and H. Oda (Kansai University)

1537

Templated Carbons from Bio-Derived Sources for Energy Storage – R. Mayes, D. DePaoli and S. Dai (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

H4

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Applications and Devices

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Medical and Bio-Applications Co-Chairs: Da Ros, Wilson, and Hirsch

10:20 1538

(Invited) Tumor Targetable, Self-Assembling Theranostic Carbon Nanotubes – D. A. Scheinberg (Sloan-Kettering Institute), M. McDevitt, C. Villa, A. Ruggiero (Sloan Kettering Institute) and W. Deen (MIT)

10:40 1539

(Invited) Fullerene Immunoconjugates for Cancer Imaging and Treatment – S. Berger, L. Wilson (Rice University), R. D. Bolskar, J. Collier (TDA Research, Inc.), M. Rosenblum and W. Marks (M. D. Anderson Cancer Center) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


(Invited) Carbon Nanostructures: Chemistry and Biological Applications – T. Da Ros (University of Trieste)

11:20 1541

Radiofrequency Induced Heating of SingleWalled Carbon Nanotubes/Materials – M. A. Cheney, Y. Mackeyev (Rice University), S. Curley (University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center) and L. Wilson (Rice University)

11:40 1542

(Invited) Biological Studies with Structurally Sorted SWCNTs – R. Weisman, S. Ghosh, D. Tsyboulski (Rice University), G. Bartholomeusz and M. Weiss (M. D. Anderson Cancer Center)

12:00 1543

C60 and PCB Decoration of Lipid Bilayers – A. A. Gewirth, T. Spurlin and A. Campbell (University of Illinois)

Advances in Electronic Device Applications Co-Chairs: Rotkin and Cronin

14:00 1544

14:20 1545

14:40 1546

15:00 1547

(Invited) Wrinkling and Strain Softening in Membranes of Pristine Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes on Stretched Polymer Substrates – E. K. Hobbie (NDSU), D. Simien, J. Fagan, J. Huh, J. Chung, S. Hudson, J. Obrzut and C. Stafford (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

17:40 1554

The Charging of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Contact with Thiophene and Aniline Oligomers and Polymers – M. Kalbáč (JHI Prague), E. Dmitrieva (IFW Dresden), L. Kavan (JHI Prague), I. Rabelo de Moraes and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Guldi and Weisman

1555

Gas (H2 and NO2) Sensor of ZnO Nanorods in Vacuum – H. Lim, H. Jo, J. Kim (KRISS), S. Jeong (Kyungpook National University), S. Kang, J. Yun and Y. Shin (KRISS)

1556

(Invited) Characterization of CNT-FETs by Scanning Probe Microscopy – T. Mizutani (Nagoya University) and T. Takahashi (The University of Tokyo)

Graphane and Graphite Fluoride: Structure and Layer Interactions from First Principles – V. Artyukhov and L. Chernozatonskii (Institute of Biochemical Physics, Russian Academy of Sciences)

1557

(Invited) Avalanche, Hysteresis, and Energy Dissipation in Carbon Nanotube Devices – E. Pop, A. Liao, D. Estrada, Z. Ong and S. Dutta (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Amperometric Biosensing Using Vertically Aligned Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes – S. Mantha, V. Davis and A. L. Simonian (Auburn University)

1558

Experimental Study of the Resonance Energy Transfer Rate Between Rare Earth Ions and Carbon Nanotubes – T. Ignatova, H. Najafov and S. Rotkin (Lehigh University)

(Invited) Aligned Arrays of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes: Growth and Implementation in RF Electronics – J. Rogers (University of Illinois)

Patterned Networks of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes for Electronic Devices – B. Omrane, Y. Chen and C. Papadopoulos (University of Victoria)

15:20 1548

Electrolyte-Gated Nanotube/Silicon Solar Cell – P. Wadhwa and A. Rinzler (University of Florida)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Advances in Characterization Co-Chairs: Pop and Rogers

16:00 1549

17:20 1553

(Invited) Individual Suspended Carbon Nanotubes under Applied Gate and Bias Potentials – S. B. Cronin, A. Bushmaker (University of Southern California), V. Deshpande (Columbia University) and M. Bockrath (University of California at Riverside)

16:20 1550

(Invited) Carbon Nanotube Exciton Dissociation and Charge Transfer at Semiconductor Heterointerfaces: Driving Forces and Relevance to Photovoltaics – D. Bindl and M. S. Arnold (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

16:40 1551

(Invited) Defects, Phonon Softening, and Resonant 1/f Noise in Carbon Nanotubes – M. Shim (University of Illinois)

17:00 1552

(Invited) Absorption Saturation Effects and Exciton Decay Dynamics in Carbon Nanotubes – A. Walsh, J. Schneck, M. Harrah, L. Ziegler and A. Swan (Boston University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

H5

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Guldi and Weisman

1593

Theoretical Study of Scandium Carbide Endohedral Metallofullerenes – N. Mizorogi, T. Akasaka (University of Tsukuba) and S. Nagase (Institute for Molecular Science)

1594

Regioselective Exohedral Functionalization of La@C82 / 1,2,3,4,5-Pentamethylcyclopentadiene and La@C82 / Adamantylidene Adducts – S. Sato (University of Tsukuba), Y. Maeda, K. Inada (Tokyo Gakugei University), H. Nikawa, M. Yamada, N. Mizorogi, T. Tsuchiya (University of Tsukuba), T. Hasegawa (Tokyo Gakugei University), Z. Slanina, T. Akasaka (University of Tsukuba), T. Kato (Josai University) and S. Nagase (Institute for Molecular Science)

1595

Host-Guest Interactions in Azafullerene (C59N)-Single-Wall Carbon Nanotube Peapod Hybrid Structures – Y. Iizumi (University of Tsukuba), T. Okazaki (AIST), Z. Liu, K. Suenaga, T. Nakanishi, S. Iijima (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology), G. Rotas (Theoretical and Physical Chemistry Institute, National Hellenic Research Foundation) and N. Tagmatarchis (National Hellenic Research Foundation)

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Tuesday, April 27

11:00 1540


H8

1596

Functionalization of Endohedral Fullerenes – M. A. Mackey, J. P. Phillips and S. Stevenson (University of Southern Mississippi)

Tuesday, April 27

(Invited) Tungsten(VI) Oxide Flake-Wall Film Electrodes for Photoelectrochemical Oxygen Evolution from Water – F. Amano, D. Li and B. Ohtani (Catalysis Research Center)

Porphyrins and Supramolecular Assemblies

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Guldi and Weisman

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures

Chair: Torres

08:00 1636

(Invited) Copper-Free Rotaxanes and Catenanes Decorated with Porphyrin and Fullerene Moieties – J. Megiatto Jr. and D. I. Schuster (New York University)

08:20 1637

(Invited) Enhancement of Electron-Transfer Oxidation of Zinc Phthalocyanine Coupled with Formation of π-Dimer Radical Cation – K. Ohkubo, R. Iwata (Osaka University) and S. Fukuzumi (Osaka University; Ewha Womans University)

08:40 1638

(Invited) Optical Spectroscopy of Molecular and Supramolecular Porphyrin Assemblies – S. M. Costa, P. Paulo, R. Teixeira and S. Andrade (Centro de Química Estrutural)

H9

17:20 1646

1647

Mechanism of Light Energy Conversion in Gold-TiO2 Nanostructures: Importance of Electric Field Enhancement by Plasmon – A. Furube, L. Du, K. Hara, R. Katoh and M. Tachiya (AIST)

1648

Hybrid Solar Cells with Bulk Heterojunction Between Conjugated Polymer and PbS Nanocrystals – S. Woo, Y. Han, K. Kim, H. Lyu (Daegu-Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology) and Y. Kim (KNU)

1649

Free-Base Porphyrin-Fe Porphyrin Based Supramolecular Solar Cells – F. D’Souza, N. K. Subbaiyan and E. Maligaspe (Wichita State University)

1650

Low Temperature Sintering for Plastic DyeSensitized Solar Cell Using Electrospray Method – H. Lee, H. J. Kim (KIST), Y. Seo (Seoul National University), S. Oh (Sogang University), S. Jo, S. Jang and D. Kim (KIST)

1651

Nanostructured TiO2 Electrode by Electrospray for Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – D. Hwang, H. Lee, S. Jang (KIST), D. Kim (Yonsei University) and D. Kim (KIST)

Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures / Energy Technology Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chairs: Kamat and Misawa

14:40 1639

15:00 1640

15:20 1641

(Invited) The Performances of the WO3/ BiVO4 Photoelectrode Modified with Au Nanoparticles for Water Oxidation under Visible Light Irradiation – C. Ponchio, A. Nosaka and Y. Nosaka (Nagaoka University of Technology) Effects of ZnO Electrode Structure on Photoelectrochemical Properties – H. Hayashi, A. Kira, T. Umeyama, Y. Matano, P. Charoensirithavorn, T. Sagawa, S. Yoshikawa (Kyoto University), N. Tkachenko, H. Lemmetyinen (Tampere University of Technology) and H. Imahori (Kyoto University) (Invited) Femtosecond Diffuse Reflectance Transient Absorption to Measure DyeSensitized Solar Cells under Operational Conditions – A. Furube, K. Sunahara, Z. Wang, K. Hara, R. Katoh and M. Tachiya (AIST)

I1

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry General Session Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Galiano Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry II Co-Chairs: D. Harrington and R. Arechederra

08:00 1682

See after Abstract #1706

08:20 1683

Vaporization Exchange Model for Water Distribution and Fluxes in the Cathode Catalyst Layers of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – J. Liu and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University)

08:40 1684

Dynamic Electrochemical Impedance of the Electrochemical Behavior of Platinum and Palladium in Acidic Solutions – R. L. Sacci and D. Harrington (University of Victoria)

09:00 1685

Density-Functional Theory Study of Interactions Between Water and CO Adsorbed on Pt and Pt-Ru Alloy under Electrochemical Conditions – J. A. Santana and Y. Ishikawa (University of Puerto Rico)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1642

(Invited) Rapid Synthesis of Silver Shells on Gold Nanorods – Y. Niidome (Kyushu University)

09:20 1686

16:20 1643

Electrochemical Elaboration and Characterization of the Morphology of BisThiophene Carbazole-Fullerene Double-Cable Polymer Films – N. Berton, C. Ottone, F. Chandezon (SPrAM CEA Grenoble) and S. M. Sadki (CEA Grenoble)

Electrochemical Oxidation of Ammonia on Platinum Electrodeposited onto Pyrolitic Graphite – S. Le Vot (Université du Québec à Montréal), D. Reyter, L. Roué (INRS EMT Varennes) and D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:40 1644

(Invited) Plasmon-Assisted Photo-Energy Conversion in Organic Monolayer System – K. Ikeda, K. Takahashi, T. Masuda and K. Uosaki (Hokkaido Univ.)

10:00 1687

17:00 1645

Graphene Oxide as 2-D Carbon Support to Anchor Semiconductor and Metal Nanoparticles – I. Lightcap and P. V. Kamat (University of Notre Dame)

Methods for the Modification of High Surface Area Electrodes with Ruthenium Complexes – R. D. Smith (Memorial University) and P. G. Pickup (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

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Electrochemical Behavior of Molten Alkali Hydroxide-Carbonate Mixtures for Fuel Cell Applications – P. Hsieh and J. Selman (Illinois Institute of Technology)

10:40 1689

16:00 1700

Electrodeposition of Platinum Nanowires: Electrochemical Characterization – S. S. Mahshid, A. Dolati, S. Hashemi Daryan and M. Ghorbani (Sharif University of Technology)

Enzymatic Activity of Papain Determined by Ferrocene Affinity Label Detection – C. Baier (Technische Universität München), A. Schlichtiger (Institut für Klinische Chemie und Pathobiochemie, Klinikum rechts der Isar), J. Eppinger (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) and U. Stimming (Technische Universität München)

16:20 1701

11:00 1690

Electrochemical Behaviour of Curium in Chloride Melts – A. Osipenko, A. Mayorshin, M. Kormilitsyn and A. Bychkov (Research Institute of Atomic Reactors)

Flame Plasma Electrochemical Sensor for Airborne Particulates: The Case of Pollen – D. Sarantaridis and D. Caruana (University College London)

16:40 1702

11:20 1691

Fast Catalytic and Electrocatalytic Oxidation of Sodium Borohydride on Palladium Nanoparticles and Its Application to Ultrasensitive DNA Detection – J. Das (Pusan National University), K. Jo (Pusan National Institute) and H. Yang (Pusan National University)

Large Amplitude/High Frequency Sinusoidal Voltammetry of Surface-Confined Redox Systems – C. Bell (Imperial College London), C. Anastassiou (California Institute of Technology), D. O’Hare, K. Parker and J. Siggers (Imperial College London)

17:00 1703

Analytical Impedance Model for Electrochemically Driven Conducting Polymer Devices – T. Shoa and J. Madden (University of British Columbia)

17:20 1704

Utilization of Electrochemical Techniques for Copper Removal, Speciation, and Analysis in Aqueous Systems – J. A. Gomes, K. Islam, I. Haider, G. Irwin, P. Bernazzani and D. Cocke (Lamar University)

17:40 1705

An XAFS Study of Tantalum Chloride in the Ionic Liquid 1-Ethyl-3-Methyl Imidazolium Chloride/ Aluminum Chloride – D. Roeper, W. O’Grady (NRL), K. Pandya (BNL) and G. T. Cheek (U.S. Naval Academy)

18:00 1706

Electrochemical Properties of Ferrocene Chalcones in Solution and Immobilized in Nafion – R. D. Cardona, K. Hernandez, M. Otano, I. Montes and A. Guadalupe (University of Puerto Rico)

18:20 1682

Cyclic Versus Staircase Voltammetry in Electrocatalysis: Theoretical Aspects – B. Hai (Case Western Reserve University), Y. Tolmachev (Kent State University), C. Zanelli (Onda Corporation) and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

11:40 1692

12:00 1693

Observed Electrochemical Oscillations during the Catalytic Oxidation of Aqueous Sulfur Dioxide on a Platinum Electrode Surface – S. Donne (University of Newcastle), J. O’Brien and J. Hinkley (CSIRO Division of Energy Technology) Three-Dimensional Computational Simulation of Micro-Direct Methanol Fuel Cell – S. Wang, Z. Zou, Y. Qiao, Q. Huang and H. Yang (Shanghai Institute of Microsystems and Information Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry III Co-Chairs: A. Fitch, P. Trulove, and P. Kulesza

13:40 1694

14:00 1695

14:20 1696

14:40 1697

15:00 1698

Alternations in Quinone Aqueous Electrochemistry When Confined in a Negatively Charged Nanoporous Material – A. Fitch and T. Nelson (Loyola University Chicago) Kinetics of H UPD at Noble Metals – B. Losiewicz (University of Silesia), R. Jurczakowski (University of Warsaw), H. Duncan, M. Martin, C. Lebouin and A. Lasia (Universite de Sherbrooke) Application of Nanodiamond in Electrochemical Sensing of Neurotransmitters – J. Huang (National Tsing Hua Univesity), Y. Tsai, Y. Chen (National Tsing Hua University) and W. Kang (Vanderbilt University) Electrochemical and IR Studies of Coupled Electron/Proton Transfer Studies in Benzoquinone Modified Monolayers – W. Zhang, S. Rosendahl and I. J. Burgess (University of Saskatchewan) Enzyme-Amplified Amperometric DNA Hybridization Assay Based on Bioelectrocatalysis Using Redox-Polymer Modified Electrodes – P. Kavanagh (National University of Ireland), J. Hajdukiewicz, S. Boland and D. Leech (National University of Ireland, Galway)

15:20 1699

Ion Permeation and Association Effects in Cellulose - Poly-(Diallyldimethylammonium) Membranes Immersed in Acetonitrile – S. -. Shariki (University of Bath), W. Thielemans (University of Nottingham), L. Rassaei and F. Marken (University of Bath)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Poster Session Chair: S. Minteer

1707

Detection of Oxidative Stress Biomarker Homocysteine Utilizing Resonance Elastic Light Scattering – M. Stobiecka, S. Cutler, Z. Reed, A. Prance and M. Hepel (State University of New York at Potsdam)

1708

Detection of Ultra-Low Concentration of Chiral (R)-di-2-Naphthylprolinol on Ag-Nanoparticles-Modified Ag Electrode by Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy – Z. Luo, J. Yao (Institute of Chemistry, the Chinese Academy of Sciences) and B. Loo (Towson University)

1709

Optimization of Pathogen-DNA Biosensor Using Polymeric Films and Electrochemical Labels: Fc-labeled Sequences and Ru-Fc Intercalation Complex – M. Díaz (University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras), A. Rosado, J. Del Pilar (University of Puerto Rico), E. Vega (University of Puerto Rico, Humacao) and A. Guadalupe (University of Puerto Rico)

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10:20 1688


1711

Electrochemical Characterization of Aptamer Modified Electrodes for Protein Detection – A. De Rache, E. Triffaux (Universite Libre de Bruxelles), T. Doneux (University of Oxford) and C. Buess-Herman (Université Libre de Bruxelles) Electrochemical Determination of Massic Diffusivity of Anisidine in Its Polymerization – S. De Souza Pinto, E. Sarmento Gonçalves and M. Cerqueira Rezende (Technological Institute of Aeronautics)

1712

New Amperometric Methods for the Trace Determination of Copper(II), Silver(I) and Gold(III) – S. P. Khatkar and R. Jrf (M.D. University)

1713

Increases in the Electrochemical Oxidation of Formaldehyde and Ethylene Glycol in Perchloric Acid by Adding Inhibiting Anions – D. Zeng and M. Schell (Southern Methodist University)

Tuesday, April 27

1710

1714

1715

Effects of Anode in the Cu Metallization by Electrochemical Plating – S. Kang, S. Rha, Y. Lee (Hanbat National University), Y. Ryu and K. Hong (Chungnam National University) Simultaneous Species Determination in Industrial Solutions by Differential Alternative Pulse Voltammetry – J. Valera, R. K. Zlatev, M. Stoytcheva, B. Valdez and M. Carrillo (Universidad Autonoma de Baja California)

I3

Charge Transfer: Electrons, Protons, and Other Ions

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Sensor / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Session #4 Co-Chairs: S. Paddison and P. Trulove

08:00 1733

Molecular Simulation of Electric DoubleLayer Capacitors Based on Carbon Nanotube Forests – L. R. Pratt (Tulane University)

08:40 1734

A Low Overpotential Mechanism for the Efficient Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide and Water to Methanol – A. B. Bocarsly, E. Barton Cole, K. Keets, A. Morris and E. Zeitler (Princeton University)

09:00 1735

The Chemistry and Physics of Thermoelectric Nanowires – A. Hochbaum (Harvard University)

Session #5 Co-Chairs: S. Paddison and P. Trulove

10:00 1736

Charge Transfer in Li-Ion Batteries – J. Jamnik (National Institute of Chemsitry) and M. Gaberšček (National Institute of Chemistry)

10:40 1737

Revisiting the Notion of Electrochemical Potential Gives Access to Simple Models of Electrochemical Reaction – E. Vieil (LEPMI)

11:00 1738

Proton Conduction Phenomena in Membranes and Catalyst Layers of PEM Fuel Cells – A. Roudgar (Simon Fraser University), K. Malek (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), K. Chan and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University) Redox Reactions and Electron Transport in Molecular Electronic Devices – R. McCreery (University of Alberta), A. Bonifas, L. Shoute and S. Barman (National Institute for Nanotechnology)

1716

Study on the Electrochemical Behavior of Esculetin on Glassy Carbon Electrode – Y. Chen, P. He, Y. Liang, X. Yi, J. Sun and Q. Jiang (Southwest University of Science and Technology)

1717

Strategy for Low Background-Current Levels in the Electrochemical Biosensors Using Horse-Radish Peroxidase Labels – H. Kang (Pusan National University), K. Jo (Pusan National Institute) and H. Yang (Pusan National University)

11:40 1739

1718

Interaction of Anticancer Drug Methyl Caffeate with DNA Studied by Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Methods – W. Wang, P. He, Y. Liang, X. Yi, Y. Chen, J. Sun and Q. Jiang (Southwest University of Science and Technology)

Session #6 Co-Chairs: S. Paddison and P. Trulove

1719

Selective Determination of Dopamine in Presence of Ascorbic Acid at Indium Tin Oxide Electrode – B. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), H. Yang (Pusan National University) and J. Kwak (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

1720

Charged States at Phenazine Units in Polyaniline: An In Situ ATR-FTIR Spectroelectrochemical Study – A. Kellenberger (Polytehnica Timisoara), E. Dmitrieva and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

1721

Spontaneous Grafting of Benzylphosphonic Acid on Steel Surface Through the Aryldiazonium Salt for Application in Corrosion Protection – X. Le and D. Bélanger (Université du Québec à Montréal)

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14:00 1740

Proton Transfer and Water Motion in Low EW PFSAs – T. Zawodzinski (University of Tennessee), M. Maalouf, B. Pyle, C. Sun (Case Western Reserve University), M. Schaberg and S. Hamrock (3M)

14:40 1741

Stability of Epitaxial Gold Silicon Electrodeposited Contacts – W. Li, A. Zavareh, R. T. Popoff, H. Yu (Simon Fraser University), P. Allongue (Ècole Polytechnique) and K. Kavanagh (Simon Fraser University)

15:00 1742

The Effects of Fluorine on Proton Transfer in Perfluorosulfonic Acid Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes – B. F. Habenicht (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and S. Paddison (University of Tennessee)

15:40 1743

Transition of Charge Transfer and Tunneling Effect in Ultrathin Silicon Oxynitride Films – S. Jung, K. Jang, J. Cho and J. Yi (Sung Kyun Kwan University))

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


15:15 1754

Quartz-Crystal Microbalance Now Serves as an Indispensable Tool in Characterizing Ionic Fluxes in High-Surface Area Carbons for EDLCs – M. Levi (Bar Ilan University), G. Salitra, N. Levy and D. Aurbach (Bar-Ilan University)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1755

Design Catalytic Properties of Electrochemical Interfaces – D. Strmcnik, K. Kodama, D. Tripkovic, D. VanderVliet, C. Wang, V. Stamenkovic and N. M. Markovic (Argonne National Laboratory)

16:25 1756

Surface Structure and Electrochemistry of Model Electrocatalysts – A. Brownrigg, C. Lucas, P. Thompson, M. Cormack (University of Liverpool), V. Stamenkovic, D. Strmcnik and N. M. Markovic (Argonne National Laboratory)

16:50 1757

Catalysis of Electrode Reductions in Salt Electrolytes with Low-Water-Activity – D. Gervasio (University of Arizona)

17:15 1758

In Situ IRRAS and XAS Studies of Ternary Pt-Rh-SnO2/C Electrocatalysts for Ethanol Oxidation – M. Li, K. Sasaki, N. Marinkovic and R. Adzic (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

17:40 1759

Electrochemical Oxidation of Dissolved CO on Gold Electrode in Acidic and Alkaline Electrolyte by Using Rotating Disk Electrode – B. Wang, S. Lee and A. Lin (Chang Gung University)

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: S. Paddison and P. Trulove

I4

1744

Synthesis of TiO2 Nanostructures by Pulsed Laser Deposition for Organic Photovoltaic Cells – H. Han, J. Noh, J. Park, J. Kim and K. Hong (Seoul National University)

Progress in Spectro-Electrochemistry and Surface Science of Electrocatalytical Interfaces (In Memory of E. B. Yeager) Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Chair: D. Gervasio

08:30

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)

08:40 1745

Theories for Predicting Reversible Potentials of Reactions on Electrode Surfaces from Internal and Gibbs Energies: Applications to ORR – A. B. Anderson (Case Western Reserve University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1746

In Situ Real Time Investigation on the Structure at Electrode/Electrolyte Interfaces by Surface X-Ray Scattering – K. Uosaki (Hokkaido Univ.), T. Kondo (Ochanomizu Univ.), T. Masuda, H. Fukumitsu and S. Takakusagi (Hokkaido Univ.)

10:25 1747

10:50 1748

11:15 1749

In Situ NMR Spectroelectrochemistry of High Sensitivity: A New Inside into the Mechanism of Electrode Reactions – S. Klod, F. Ziegs and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden) SERS and SFG Studies of Potential Dependent Water Structure on Electrode Surfaces – A. A. Gewirth (University of Illinois) and R. Ambrosio (Universidade Federal do Sergipe) A Comparative Spectroelectrochemical Study of the Redox Electrochemistry of N-(polyvinylamine)-Substituted-oNitroaniline – A. Jbarah (Al-Hussein Bin Talal University), I. Roth, S. Spange and R. Holze (Chemnitz University of Technology)

11:40 1750

Single Molecule SERS from Electrified Interfaces – A. Brolo, G. Andrade (University of Victoria), M. Temperini and D. Dos Santos (University of Sao Paulo)

12:05

Intermission (90 Minutes)

13:35

Intermission ctd. (25 Minutes)

14:00 1751

Electrochemical and Fluorescence Microscopy Study of a 1-Octadecanol Layer Doped with a BODIPY-Labeled Phospholipid: Probing Heterogeneity – J. R. Casanova-Moreno and D. Bizzotto (University of British Columbia)

I5

In Situ Scanning Probe Microscopy and Spectroscopy in Electrochemistry Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chairs: N. Missert and K. Zavadil

08:20 1779

Development of New Nanoscale Electrochemical Method Using Scanning Tunneling Microscope – H. Kyoko and K. Mabuchi (Hitachi, Ltd.)

08:40 1780

The Use of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy to Study Corrosion Processes – H. He, C. Nowierski, J. Noël, Z. Ding and D. Shoesmith (The University of Western Ontario)

09:20 1781

Heterogeneous Cathodic Activity on Model Al-Cu Alloy Electrodes – N. Missert, R. Copeland, P. Kotula and J. Rivera (Sandia National Laboratories)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1782

Electrochemical SPM Measurement of Charge Storage Processes in Nanoscale Model Oxides – K. R. Zavadil (Sandia National Laboratories)

14:25 1752

Electrochromic and Voltammetric Responses of Ni-Al-Cl Layered Double Hydroxide in Presences of Different Complex Metal Ions – D. Mondal and G. Villemure (University of New Brunswick)

10:20 1783

Nanoscale Investigation of Localized Corrosion on Metal Surfaces by In Situ Electrochemical Scanning Probe Microscopy – V. Maurice and P. Marcus (CNRS/Chimie ParisTech (ENSCP))

14:50 1753

In Situ ESR-Vis_NIR Spectroelectrochemistry of Thiophene Oligomers – K. Haubner (IFW Dresden), E. Jähne (TU Dresden), J. Tarabek (Institute Org. Chem.), V. Lukes (STU Bratislava) and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

11:00 1784

High Resolution Study of Hydrogen Permeation Through Metals by Scanning Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy – C. Senoez (Max Planck Institute für Eisenforschung) and M. Rohwerder (Max Planck Institut für Eisenforschung)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Tuesday, April 27

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont


11:20 1785

11:40 1786

Lithium Diffusion Mapping in Cathode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – N. Balke, S. Jesse (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), A. Morozovska, E. Eliseev (National Academy of Science of Ukraine), D. Chung (Purdue University), Y. Kim, L. Adamczyk (Oak Ridge National Laboratory), E. Garcia (Purdue University), N. J. Dudney and S. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Proton Conducting Domains in PEM Fuel Cells Imaged under Operating Fuel Cell Conditions with Atomic Force Microscopy – J. R. O’Dea, H. Metiu and S. Buratto (University of California, Santa Barbara)

09:40 1794

Electrode Stability in Hydrogen Sensors Based on Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia Electrolyte – L. Y. Woo, R. Glass (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), P. Sekhar, E. Brosha, R. Mukundan, M. Nelson and F. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

10:00 1795

Investigation of a Mixed Potential Sensor Prototype for Reliable Detection of Hydrocarbons and NOx for Emissions Control – P. Sekhar, M. Nelson, E. Brosha, R. Mukundan, T. Williamson and F. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

10:20 1796

Sensing Mechanism of Nonequilibrium Solid Electrolyte Based Chemical Sensors – J. W. Fergus (Auburn University)

10:40 1797

Cobalt Doped Sm0.95Ce0.05FeO3±δ for Detection of Reducing Gases – S. M. Bukhari and J. B. Giorgi (University of Ottawa)

11:00 1798

Applications of Coulometric Solid Electrolyte Sensors – U. Guth (Dresden University of Technology), J. Zosel, F. Gerlach, K. Ahlborn (Meinsberg Kurt-Schwabe Research Institute) and V. Vashook (Dresden University of Technology)

11:20 1799

Development of Thermal Conductivity Type Hydrogen Sensor – M. Watanabe, K. Furusaki, R. Inoue and D. Ichikawa (NGK Spark Plug Co., Ltd.)

11:40 1800

Nanoporous Metal-Organic Framework Coated Microcantilever Sensors for Water and Methanol Detection – J. Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology), R. Houk, A. Robinson, S. Thornberg, M. Allendorf (Sandia National Laboratories) and P. Hesketh (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Tuesday, April 27

Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: S. Morin, O. Magnussen, and N. Missert

1787

ECSTM Investigation on the Stability of Pt Nanoparticles/HOPG in an Alkaline Electrolyte Solution – Q. Xu, R. Cheng (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis), D. Chu (U.S. Army Research Laboratory) and R. Chen (Indiana UniversityPurdue University Indianapolis)

1788

Characteristics of 3,3’-thiobis-1-propanesulfonic Acid Monolayer Self-Assembled on an Au(111) Surface and Its Effect on the Electrochemical Deposition of the Copper – P. Lin and Y. Lee (National Cheng Kung University)

J1

1789

In Situ Analysis of Pb Electrodeposition on Polycrystalline Cu Using Ellipsometry – Y. Wang, W. Li (College of Chemistry and Chemical Engneering, Chongqing University) and S. Liao (Chongqing Solid Wastes Management Center)

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session Sensor

13:30 1801

Quantum Dot Beads for Cell Sensing – H. Xu, Z. P. Aguilar (Ocean NanoTech), H. Wei (Nanchang University) and Y. A. Wang (Ocean NanoTech)

13:50 1802

Biological Applications of Engineered Nanoparticles – Z. Aguilar (Ocean Nano Tech, LLC)

14:10 1803

Boronic Acid Modified Electrochemical Sensors for Fructosyl-Valine: A Model Compound of Glycosylated Hemoglobin – H. Chien and T. Chou (National Cheng Kung University)

14:30 1804

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Studies of hippuricase Gene Hybridization for Campylobacter jejuni Specific Detection – T. Gnanaprakasa, V. Pedrosa (Auburn University), E. Olsen (Clinical Investigation Laboratory, Keesler AFB), O. Oyarzabal (Alabama State University) and A. L. Simonian (Auburn University)

14:50 1805

Detection of the Liver Disease Related Biomarkers Adenosine Deaminase and Alkaline Phosphatase Using an Ir/C Printed Biosensor – B. Bartling (Case Western Reserve University), J. Wang (Brown University) and C. Liu (Case Western Reserve University)

15:10

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:30 1806

Detection of Salmonella on Tomatoes Using Phage-Based Magnetoelastic Biosensors – S. Li, S. Huang and B. A. Chin (Auburn University)

Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

Environmental Sensors Co-Chairs: Rangachary Mukundan and Gary Hunter

08:00 1790

Application of Pulsed Discharge Technique for Reliable Detection of Exhaust Gas Components – P. Sekhar (Los Alamos National Laboratory), B. Farber (BJR Sensors), E. Brosha, R. Mukundan, M. Nelson and F. Garzon (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

08:20 1791

An Alumina Substrate-Supported Diesel Particulate Matter Sensor Based on Sn0.9In0.1P2O7 Proton Conductor – Y. M. Shen, T. Takeuchi, S. Teranishi, T. Hibino (Nagoya University) and C. Coumbe (The University of Southern Mississippi)

08:40 1792

Sensors Based on Electrochemically Deposited Titania Studied by AFM and EIS Techniques – M. Sánchez (CIE-UNAM), C. Cuevas-Arteaga (Morelos State University) and M. E. Rincón (CIE-UNAM)

09:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

09:20 1793

Long-Term and Temperature Cycling Stability of Impedancemetric NOx Gas Sensors Based on Porous Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia – L. Y. Woo, R. Glass (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), R. Novak and J. Visser (Ford Motor Company)

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Biosensors Co-Chairs: Zoraida P. Aguilar and Aleksander Simonian

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


A pH Sensor Based on Ionophore Chitosan for Acidic Mediums – I. Isa (Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris)

16:10 1808

Studies on Microbial Toxicity of Quantum Dots – H. Xu, Z. P. Aguilar (Ocean NanoTech), H. Wei (Nanchang University) and Y. A. Wang (Ocean NanoTech)

Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont Poster Session, 1800-2030h Co-Chairs: Zoraida Aguilar and Gary Hunter

1809

1810

Resonance Elastic Light Scattering and Plasmonic Phenomena in GlutathioneMediated Gold Nanoparticle Assembly – A. Prance, Z. Reed, M. Stobiecka and M. Hepel (State University of New York at Potsdam) Preparation and Characterization of CeF3 Thin Film for Oxygen Sensor – A. Dorai (Bharathiar University), S. Subramanaian (Kalasalingam University), N. Hellar, S. Ayyasamy and H. Muthusamy (Bharathiar University)

1811

Simple Sensor with Amperometric Detection Based on Tyrosinase for the Determination of Phenolic Compounds in Water – P. Nowak (Polish Academy of Sciences), J. Adamski and J. Kochana (Jagiellonian University)

1812

Improved DNA Biosensor Performance by Using Polysilicon Wire Modified with 3-aminopropyltriethoxysilane and Polydimethylsiloxa-ne-treated Hydrophobic Fumed Silica Nanoparticle Mixture Coating – P. Hsu, J. Lin, Y. Wu (National Chi Nan University), W. Hung and A. Cullis (University of Sheffield)

Wednesday, April 28 0900h �������� Technical Exhibit, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 0930h �������� Technical Session Coffee Break, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 1200h �������� Complimentary Lunch for the First 300 Exhibit Attendees, British Columbia Ballroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont 1215h �������� Energy Technology Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, The Roof, 15th Floor, Fairmont (Ticket Required) 1215h �������� Fullerenes, Nanotubes and Carbon Nanostructures Division Luncheon & Business Meeting, English Bay, 34th Floor, Hyatt (Ticket Required)

A2

Nanotechnology General Session All Divisions

Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

14:00

J2

Electrochemical Nano/Bio Sensors 2

Poster Session, 1800-2030h

103

Fuel Cell Electrocatalyst Fabrication by Direct Reduction of Metal Salts Using Cellulose Nanocrystals – L. Johnson, W. Thielemans and D. Walsh (University of Nottingham)

14:30 104

Physico-Chemical and Electrocatalytic Properties of Nanostructured Rhodium Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Ablation – F. Saidani (INRS-EMT), D. Rochefort (Université de Montréal) and M. Mohamedi (INRS-EMT)

14:50 105

Nafion/SAS-Modified Clay as a Novel Proton Exchange Nanocomposite Membranes for DMFC Applications – E. Dashtimoghadam, M. Hasani-Sadrabadi, F. Majedi (Amirkabir University of Technology) and K. Kabiri (Iran Polymer and Petrochemical Institute)

14:10

Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / High Temperature Materials Exhibit and Poster Hall, Conference Floor, Fairmont

1825

1826

1827

1828

Novel DNA-Hybridization Biosensors for Studies of DNA Underwinding Caused by Herbicides and Pesticides – M. Stobiecka, K. Coopersmith, S. Cutler and M. Hepel (State University of New York at Potsdam) Designing a New Generation of Electrochemical Biosensors for the Detection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa – Y. Enríquez, Y. Negrón and A. Guadalupe (University of Puerto Rico) Highly Sensitive Amperometric Biosensors for Phenols Based on Polyaniline/carbon Nanotube Composite Modified Electrodes – V. Branzoi (University Politehnica of Bucharest), F. Branzoi (Institute of Physical Chemistry), B. Cioaca and L. N. Pilan (University Politehnica of Bucharest) Comprehensive Study of Pd/GaN MetalSemiconductor-Metal Hydrogen Sensors with Metal-Oxide Mixture – T. H. Huang, S. Chen, K. Huang, Y. Chu, H. Chang, Y. Lee, C. Wu (National Tsing Hua University), W. Lour (National Taiwan Ocean University) and M. Wu (National Tsing Hua University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)

15:10

106

15:30 15:50

107

Electrooxidation of Formic Acid over Nitrogen Substituted Carbon Nanotubes – V. R. Subramanian and S. Murugesan (University of Nevada, Reno) Intermission (20 Minutes) Characterizing Electrochemical Energy Storage Nanomaterials by Synchrotron Light – J. Zhou, J. Wang, J. Cutler (Canadian Light Source Inc), T. Sham (University of Western Ontario) and H. Fang (Harbin Institute of Technology)

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Wednesday, April 28

15:50 1807


16:10

108

16:30 109

16:50

110

Ensemble Molecular Electronic Devices: Broadened Molecular Energy Levels and Resonant Charge Transport – A. J. Bergren (National Institute for Nanotechnology), S. J. Jimenez-Sandoval (Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del I.P.N.), R. L. McCreery (University of Alberta), S. R. Stoyanov, S. Gusarov and A. Kovalenko (National Institute for Nanotechnology) In Situ Ultrahigh Vacuum Transmission Electron Microscope Investigations on Dynamical Changes of Nanostructures – L. Chen (National Tsing Hua University) Electronic Transport in Molecularly-Linked Gold Nanoparticle Films Near the MetalInsulator Transition – J. Dunford (National Research Council for Canada), Y. Suganuma and A. Dhirani (University of Toronto)

17:10

111

Ionic Liquids: Novel Tenside Like Materials for Size Controlled Synthesis and Stabilization of Nanomaterials – T. Schubert, T. F. Beyersdorff and F. Stiemke (IOLITEC Ionic Liquids Technologies GmbH)

17:30

112

Magnetic Switching of Electrochemically Prepared Fe/GaAs Spin Contacts – S. Majumder, A. Arrott and K. Kavanagh (Simon Fraser University)

B1

Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session

10:20 217

Electrochemical Characteristics of Bi(111) and Nanoporous Carbon Electrodes in Ionic Liquids – L. Siinor, H. Kurig, A. Jänes, K. Lust and E. Lust (University of Tartu)

10:40 218

Silicon Composite Electrode for Lithium Insertion Cell: Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of Electrode Processes – R. Chandrasekaran, A. Magasinski, G. Yushin and T. Fuller (Georgia Institute of Technology)

11:00 219

Silicon Coated Nanotube Paper as a LithiumIon Anode – D. Firsich (Inorganic Specialists, Inc.), V. Arrieta and A. Fortini (Ultramet, Inc.)

11:20 220

Synthesizing Nanosized and Hollow Structure of SnO2 Anode Materials for Li-Ion Batteries – Y. Lin and J. Duh (National Tsing Hua University)

221

Water Soluble Binders for Graphite Anode for Lithium-Ion Batteries – F. M. Courtel, S. Niketic, Y. Abu-Lebdeh and I. Davidson (National Research Council Canada - Conseil National de Recherches Canada)

11:40

General Session

14:00 14:10

222

Battery / Energy Technology Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Wednesday, April 28

08:10

211

08:30 212

08:50 213

09:10

214

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes) The Influence of Mechanical Properties on the Long-Term Cycling Performance of Graphite Anode – H. Zheng (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory), G. Liu, X. Song, D. Cheung, P. Rigdway (Lawrence Berkeley Natioanl Laboratory) and V. S. Battaglia (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Initial Stages of Solid-Electrolyte Interface Formation on Graphite and Lithium Metal Anode Surfaces – K. Leung (Sandia National Laboratories) Differentiating Contributions to “Ion Transfer” Barrier at Electrolyte/Graphite Interface from Interphasial Resistance and Li+ -Desolvation – K. Xu, A. Cresce and U. Lee (U.S. Army Research Lab) Effect of Variations in Current Density on Conversion Reactions – S. Hariharan, K. Saravanan and P. Balaya (National University of Singapore)

09:30 215

In Situ Growth of SnO2 on Graphene Nanosheets as Advanced Anode Materials for Rechargeable Lithium Batteries – X. Yang, Y. He, X. Liao, D. Bai (Shanghai Jiao Tong University), J. Chen, G. Wallace (University of Wollongong) and Z. Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

09:50

Intermission (10 Minutes)

10:00 216

Superior Lithium Storage Performance of Mesoporous TiO2 Synthesized Using Soft Template Method – K. Saravanan, K. Ananthanarayanan and P. Balaya (National University of Singapore)

90

Comments on Mitigating Zinc Corrosion in Alkaline Battery – M. Reda (CanadElectrochim)

14:25 223

Pursuing a Higher-Voltage Aqueous Lithium Battery – C. Wessells, F. La Mantia, R. A. Huggins and Y. Cui (Stanford University)

14:40 224

Evaluation of the Activity of Different MnO2 for Oxygen Reduction in Alkaline Media – E. Gyenge (University of British Columbia) and J. Drillet (Karl Winnacker Institute)

14:55 225

High Energy Density Mg Battery System – H. Kim, J. Muldoon and M. Matsui (Toyota Research Institute of North America)

Lithium-Ion Anodes

08:00

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)

15:10

226

Voltammetric and Impedance Study of the Polymerization of Pyrrole on Carbon Black Electrodes – R. B. Moghaddam and P. G. Pickup (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

15:25 227

Thin Film Microbatteries: Fabrication and Electrochemical Performance – J. Feng, J. Zhu, H. Xia, M. Lai and L. Lu (National University of Singapore)

15:40 228

Electrode Development in a Novel SelfAssembled Lithium Iodide Battery – W. M. Yourey, L. Weinstein, A. Halajko and G. Amatucci (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)

15:55

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:15

229

Characterization of Sodium-Metal Halide Electrochemical Cell Cathodes Using HighResolution Computed Tomography – D. B. Hall (GE Global Research), J. Urbanski (GE Inspection Technologies), M. Vallance and A. Meshkov (GE Global Research)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


16:45

231

17:00 232

Sodium-Metal Chloride Batteries for Electrified Transportation and Stationary Power Applications – D. Bogdan (GE GRC), S. Brooker, R. Bull, R. Galloway (GE Transportation), K. Gourishankar (GE J.F.Welch Technology Center), C. D. Iacovangelo (GE Global Research Center), J. Rijssenbeek (GE GRC), J. Sudworth (GE Transportation), G. Zappi and M. Vallance (GE GRC)

10:20 348

Durability Issues and Status of High Temperature Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells Based on Acid Doped Polybenzimidazole Membranes – Q. Li, J. Jensen, C. Pan (Technical University of Denmark), J. Liao (Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry), H. Rudbeck (Dansih Power Systems), L. Cleemann (Danish Power Systems) and N. Bjerrum (Technical University of Denmark)

A Comparision of TiO2 Nanotubes and Anodic TiO2 Mesosponge in Dye Sensitized Solar Cells: Towards High Energy Conversion Efficiency – D. Kim, P. Roy, K. Lee and P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen)

10:40 349

Degradation and Diagnostic Analysis of Gas Diffusion Layers under Humidity Cycling – S. Dhanushkodi, M. Fowler, M. Pritzker (University of Waterloo), X. Yuan and H. Wang (National Research Council Canada)

Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells Fabricated with Electrode Films of TiO2 and ZnO Using an Electrophoretic Deposition Method – Y. Hara (University of Wisconsin-Madison), M. Tejedor and M. Anderson (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

11:00 350

Development of Solid Alkaline Inorganic Fuel Cell Consisting of Layered Mixed Oxides – T. Takeguchi, H. Takahashi, T. Yamanaka, T. Kuroki and W. Ueda (Hokkaido University)

351

Impedance Monitoring of the Anodic Dissolution of PANi during the V2O5 Deposition Step for the PANi/V2O5 Composite Film Preparation – K. Park, J. Kim (Ajou University), I. Yeo (Dongguk University) and S. Mho (Ajou University)

233

Long Term Stability of Nafion Hybrid Membranes for Use in Vanadium Redox Flow Batteries – J. Drillkens, D. Schulte and D. Sauer (RWTH Aachen University)

17:30 234

Stopping Ionic Currents in Wet Batteries – A. Banerjee and H. Grebel (NJIT)

17:15

B2

Advanced Organic and Inorganic Materials for Electrochemical Power Sources

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Oxford, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Advanced Materials for Electrochemical Power Sources Co-Chairs: John Harb and John W. Weidner

08:00 342

LiPF6 Based Environmentally Friendly Mixed Electrolyte for Symmetric Supercapacitors of High Specific Performance – A. Jänes, A. Laheäär, H. Kurig and E. Lust (University of Tartu)

08:20 343

Phosphonium Salt Based Electrolytes for Electrical Double Layer Capacitors – H. Kurig, A. Jänes and E. Lust (University of Tartu)

08:40 344

Specific Performance of Supercapacitors Based on Different Micro/Mesoporous Membrane Materials – K. Tõnurist, T. Thomberg, A. Jänes and E. Lust (University of Tartu)

09:00 345

09:20 346

High Voltage Stacks of Aqueous Supercapacitors: Materials, Fabrication and Performance – X. Zhou, C. Peng and G. Z. Chen (The University of Nottingham) Dye-Sensitized Solar Cell Based on Titanium Nanofibers Produced by Electrospinning – J. M. Macak, J. Pytel, M. Dusek and J. Trckova (Elmarco Ltd.)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 347

Organometallic Vanadium Complexes for Nonaqueous Single Metal Flow Batteries – A. A. Shinkle, A. Sleightholme, L. Thompson and C. Monroe (University of Michigan)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

11:20

B3

Batteries for Renewable Energy Storage

Battery / Energy Technology / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Boardroom, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Wednesday Morning Co-Chairs: K. Gering and V. Srinivasan

08:20 385

A Dynamic Modelling of the All-Vanadium Redox Flow Battery – H. Al-Fetlawi, A. Shah and F. Walsh (University of Southampton)

09:00 386

An Adaptable Lithium-Ion Battery Model – C. E. Parfitt, W. E. Crofts (The University of Warwick) and R. Buckle (ABSL Power Solutions)

09:20 387

Temperature-Dependent Discharge Behavior of a Lead-Acid Battery Simulated by a Mathematical Model – M. Cugnet and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 388

Cycle Life Prediction of BatterySupercapacitor Hybrids Using Artificial Neural Network – Q. Tian and K. K. Lian (University of Toronto)

10:20 389

Performance Modeling of a Na/NiCl2 Battery – B. Ramamurthi, A. Shapiro and R. SarrafiNour (GE Global Research Center)

10:40 390

A Mathematical Model for All SolidState Lithium-Ion Batteries Incorperating Mechanical Effects – K. Becker-Steinberger, S. Funken, M. Landstorfer and K. Urban (University of Ulm)

11:00 391

Thin-Film Battery Cell Modeling with Concentration Dependent Diffusion Coefficients – K. Becker-Steinberger, S. Funken, M. Landstorfer and K. Urban (University of Ulm)

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16:30 230


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Path Dependence of Aging in Commercial Li-Ion Cells Chosen for PHEV Duty Cycle Protocols – K. L. Gering, S. Sazhin, D. Jamison, C. Michelbacher (Idaho National Laboratory), M. Dubarry (University of Hawaii at Manoa), M. Cugnet (Hawaii Natural Energy Institute) and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Maximization of Energy Storage and Minimization of Capacity Fade in LithiumIon Battery Pack – R. N. Methekar, V. Ramadesigan, V. Subramanian (Washington University) and R. Braatz (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Biological Fuel Cells 4

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

11:40

432

Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Microbial Fuel Cells II Co-Chairs: Donal Leech and Nicolas Mano

14:00 433

Wednesday, April 28

Small Scale Microbial Fuel Cells and Different Ways of Reporting Output – I. A. Ieropoulos, J. Winfield and J. Greenman (University of the West of England)

08:20 424

Toward Predicting the Power Output of Benthic Microbial Fuel Cells – R. M. Snider, Y. Furukawa, J. Book, A. Quaid and L. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory)

08:40 425

Microbial Fuel Cells Based on Immobilized Bacteria Using Carbon Nanoparticles and Chemical Modification – Y. Yuan and S. Kim (Konkuk University)

09:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

09:20 426

Bacterial Nanowires and Electricity Generation in Microbial Fuel Cells – Y. A. Gorby (J. Craig Venter Institute), M. El-Naggar (University of Southern California), G. Wanger (J. Craig Venter Institute), T. Yuzvinsky (University of Southern California) and K. Nealson (J. Craig Venter Institute)

10:00 427

10:20 428

10:40 429

Electrochemical-Induced Growth of Biofilms in Microbial Fuel Cells – D. Leech, K. Katuri, T. Catal, R. Saravanan, S. Boland (National University of Ireland, Galway) and P. Kavanagh (National University of Ireland) Voltammetric Analysis of Biofilms Catalyzing Cathode Reactions and Implications for Solar Microbial Fuel Cells – S. Strycharz, R. M. Snider and L. Tender (Naval Research Laboratory) Cellular Encapsulation by Silica CVD: ‘Artificial Biofilms’ in Microbial Fuel Cells – H. Luckarift, S. Sizemore, G. R. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory), G. Gupta (Los Alamos National Laboratory), G. Lopez (University of New Mexico) and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

11:00 430

Electrochemical and Metabolic Control of Electron Transfer in Biofilms – H. Beyenal, A. Dewan, J. Babuta, H. Ngyen, R. Renslow and B. Cao (Washington State University)

431

Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance to Monitor Biofilm Growth and Properties during BioElectrochemical System Inoculation and Load Conditions – S. T. Brown, S. Read, A. Rowlands, B. Laycock, J. Cooper-White and J. Keller (University of Queensland)

11:20

92

Voltammetric Analysis of Geobacter Sulfurreducens: Catalyzed Anode Reactions – L. M. Tender, S. Strycharz and R. Snider (Naval Research Laboratory)

Biocatalytic Cathodes Co-Chairs: Donal Leech and Nicolas Mano

14:40 434

Design and Characterization of Nanostructured Laccase Electrodes – D. Ivnitski (The University of New Mexico), H. Luckarift (Air Force Research Laboratory), C. Khripin, B. Halevi (University of New Mexico), G. R. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory) and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

15:00 435

Development of Bioelectrocatalytic MultiComponent Films for Reduction of Oxygen and Hydrogen Peroxide – P. J. Kulesza, B. Kowalewska, A. Dobrzaniecka and K. Miecznikowski (University of Warsaw)

15:20 436

Synergy Effect of Multiple Redox Enzymes at Carbon Nanocomposite Electrodes: Towards a High Potential Biocathode – L. Stoica, W. Jia, Y. Ackermann (Ruhr-University Bochum) and W. Schuhmann (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 437

Air Diffusion Biocathode Based on Direct Electron Transfer-Type Bioelectrocatalysis – K. Kano and S. Tsujimura (Kyoto University)

16:40 438

Principal Component Analysis of In Situ Spectro-Electrochemistry Data for ORR Catalyzed by Laccase – K. Artyushkova, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), T. Arruda and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

17:00 439

Development of High Performance BioCathode – T. Nakagawa, H. Mita, H. Kumita, H. Sakai and Y. Tokita (Sony)

17:20 440

Bilirubin Oxidase as a Highly Efficient Electrocatalyst for the Oxygen Reduction Reaction – L. Dos Santos (Universidade de Sao Paulo), C. Blanford (University of Oxford), V. Climent (Universidad de Alicante), E. Gonzalez (University of São Paulo) and F. Armstrong (University of Oxford)

441

Air-Breathing Enzymatic Cathode for Portable Biofuel Cells – C. Lau, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), V. Svoboda and S. Singhal (CFD Research Corporation)

Microbial Fuel Cells I Co-Chairs: Michael Cooney and Justin Biffinger

08:00 423

Microbial Fuel Cells and Algae – I. A. Ieropoulos, J. Greenman (University of the West of England) and M. Sauer (University of Duisburg-Essen)

17:40

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


15:20 473

Energy Technology / Battery / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering Saturna Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont

15:40

Session 1

10:00 463

10:20 464

10:40 465

11:00 466

11:20

467

11:40 468

Discovery and Characterization of Novel Direct Hydrazine Fuel Cell Anode Electrocatalysts – J. Sanabria-Chinchilla, Z. Liu (University of Houston), K. Asazawa, T. Sakamoto, H. Tanaka (Daihatsu Motor Co.) and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin) High Throughput Screening of Potential Ethanol Oxidation Catalysts for PEM Fuel Cells – D. Stevens, E. Marvel, R. Sanderson, E. Moreau and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University) Investigating the Liquid Water Transport in a PEFC by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and ESEM Imaging – R. Alink and D. Gerteisen (Fraunhofer ISE) Screening of Ceria-Based Catalysts for Methane Reforming in Intermediate Temperature Single-Chamber SOFC – C. Gaudillère, P. Vernoux (IRCELyon), C. Mirodatos and D. Farrusseng (Université Lyon 1) Novel Copper-Zinc Oxide Nanoarchitectures as Microreformation Catalysts for Hydrogen Production – Y. Lin (National Taiwan University), Y. Hsu, Y. Lin (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica), S. Chen (National Chiao Tung University), L. Chen (National Taiwan University) and K. Chen (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica) Optimization of Electrodes and Operating Conditions Using High-Throughput Electrochemistry for Low-Voltage Generation of Alkalinity for CO2 Sequestration – S. Gorer, M. Kostowskyj, R. Gilliam, N. Knott and B. Constanz (Calera Corporation)

Session 2

14:00 469

14:20 470

14:40 471

15:00 472

High Throughput Synthesis and Screening for Discovery of Improved Electrode Materials for Lithium-Ion Batteries – B. Li, F. Matsumoto, D. Greenburg, B. Howard, R. Olugbile, C. O’Neill and S. Kaye (Wildcat Discovery Technologies) High Performance Supercapacitor Based on MnO2 Nanosheet/CNx NanotubesGrown Carbon Cloth – Y. Chen (Center for Condensed Matter Sciences), Y. Hsu (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica), Y. Horng (National Taiwan Normal University), L. Chen (National Taiwan University) and K. Chen (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica) A Combinatorial Approach to Discovery of Semiconducting Oxides for Solar Water Splitting – B. A. Parkinson (University of Wyoming) The Solar Hydrogen Activity Research Kit Project: Dedicated to Splitting Water with Sunlight – J. D. Schuttlefield, C. Markum and B. A. Parkinson (University of Wyoming)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Metallic Titanium-Based Photoelectrode for Large Area Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells – S. Ngamsinlapasathian (Kyoto University), K. Onoda, T. Takayasu (Titanium Showa, R&D), T. Sagawa and S. Yoshikawa (Kyoto University) Sensitization of Anatase TiO2 Films by Adsorption of N719 Dye – K. Lee, M. Gomez (McGill University), S. Elouatik (University of Montreal), C. Charbonneau, N. Parsi, G. Shan and G. Demopoulos (McGill University)

Economics and Policy Issues in Energy Conversion, Transmission, and Storage Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials Tweedsmuir, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Economics and Policy Issues in Energy Conversion, Tranmission and Storage I Co-Chairs: Bor Yann Liaw and Enrico Traversa

10:00 475

Energy Storage Systems Markets, Value and Cost Analysis – D. Rastler (Electric Power Research Institute)

10:40 476

The Role of Energy Storage in Electric Grid of the Future – P. Denholm (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

477

Sustainable Bioenergy Feasibility and Economics: A Case Study on the Yakama Nation – K. Spies, J. Richardson, V. H. Lieu (University of Washington), S. Rigdon (University of Washington and Yakama Power), S. York (University of Washingon), L. Nackley, B. Batalla-Garcia, R. Cawston and D. Schwartz (University of Washington)

11:20

Economics and Policy Issues in Energy Conversion, Tranmission and Storage II Co-Chairs: Enrico Traversa and Bor Yann Liaw

14:00 478

Characterization of Lithium-Ion Batteries of Various Chemistries: Energy Density, Resistance and Power Capability,and Fast Charging – A. Burke (UC Davis)

14:40 479

The Economics of Materials for Energy Storage – J. Whitacre (Carnegie Mellon University)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 480

Assessing the Costs and Benefits of EV or HEV Usage Using Pattern Recognition and Vehicle Simulation – M. Dubarry, C. Truchot and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

16:20 481

Adoption of Micro-Fuel Cells – J. St-Pierre (University of South Carolina) and C. Hebling (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems)

B7

Electrode Processes Relevant to Fuel Cell Technology

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

PEM Durability Co-Chairs: E. Gyenge and D. Bizzotto

08:00 569

Degradation Mechanisms in PEM Fuel Cells: New Insights from a Mesostructural Resolved Kinetic Modeling Approach – A. A. Franco (Atomic Energy Commission of France (CEA)/ LITEN/DTH/LCPEM) and K. Malek (National Research Council of Canada)

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B5

Combinatorial Screening of Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage


08:20 570

Physical Theory of Platinum Nanoparticle Dissolution in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – S. G. Rinaldo (Simon Fraser University), J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation) and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University)

08:40 582

PEFC Gas Diffusion Layer: Effective Properties and Compression Effect – J. Becker (Fraunhofer ITWM), V. Schulz (DHBW Mannheim) and A. Wiegmann (Fraunhofer ITWM)

08:40 571

Aging of Pt/C Electrocatalysts at the Micrometer Scale: An Electrochemical and Transmission Electron Microscopy Study – B. Vion-Dury, M. Chatenet (CNRS), L. Guétaz (CEA) and F. Maillard (CNRS)

09:00 583

09:00 572

Ageing Phenomena of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell Electrodes – K. Friedrich, M. Schulze, A. Haug (German Aerospace Center), X. Yuan and H. Wang (National Research Council Canada)

Understanding Pt Surface Area Loss in PEMFC Cathodes: Size and Oxidation Effects – E. Holby (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Y. Shao-Horn, W. Sheng (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and D. Morgan (University of WisconsinMadison)

09:20 584

PEMFC Contamination Model: Competitive Adsorption Followed by a Surface Segregated Electrochemical Reaction Leading to an Irreversibly Adsorbed Product – J. St-Pierre (University of South Carolina)

Development of a Model Electrode System for the Electrocatalytic Evaluation of Nanoparticles for Fuel Cell Applications – H. A. El-Sayed, T. Trinh and V. I. Birss (University of Calgary)

09:40 585

Porosity and Hydrophilicity of a DMFC Cathode Catalyst Layer – F. Capitanio (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique - Énergie, Matériaux et Télécommunications) and A. Tavares (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 586

Hierarchically-Structured Fuel Cell Electrocatalysts Derived by Microemulsion Templating – S. Pylypenko, T. Olson, D. Petsev (University of New Mexico) and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

10:40 587

Graphene Oxide as a Carbon Support for Direct Methanol Fuel Cell Catalysts – S. Bong (Seoul National University), I. Kim (Korea Basic Science Institute), S. Woo (Seoul National University), S. Um, J. Lee (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology) and H. Kim (Seoul National University)

11:00 588

Nitrogen Doped Carbon Nanotubes as Catalyst Support with High Oxygen Reduction Reaction Activity in PEM Fuel Cells – D. C. Higgins and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

11:20 589

Tungsten/Carbon Nanotube Supported Platinum as Cathode Catalyst for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell – D. Meza (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana), D. C. Higgins (University of Waterloo), L. Salgado (Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana) and Z. Chen (University of Waterloo)

11:40 590

Electrochemical Oxygen Reduction Ability of Platinum Nanoparticles Prepared by Ionic Liquid-Sputtering Method – S. Kuwabata, K. Yoshii, T. Tsuda (Osaka University) and T. Torimoto (Nagoya University)

09:20 573

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 574

Ionomer Degradation in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – A. Young, S. Knights (Ballard Power Systems), J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation) and E. Gyenge (University of British Columbia)

Wednesday, April 28

10:20

10:40

11:00

11:20

11:40

575

576

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Evaluation of Structure-to-Property Relationships in Fuel Cell Durability Performance by Multivariate Analysis – K. Artyushkova (The University of New Mexico), S. Pylypenko (Colorado School of Mines), M. Dowlapalli (New Mexico State University) and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico) Investigation of the Degradation of Hydrophobized Carbon Structures in PEFC – A. Haug, M. Schulze, K. Friedrich (German Aerospace Center), X. Yuan and H. Wang (National Research Council Canada) Characterization of Platinum Monolayer Electrocatalysts in Long-Term Fuel Cell Cathode Tests – K. Sasaki (Brookhaven National Laboratory), H. Naohara (Toyota Motor Corporation), Y. Cai, D. Su and R. Adzik (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Stability of PtZn Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon in Acidic Electrochemical Environments – A. Sode, A. Musgrove and D. Bizzotto (University of British Columbia) The Impact of SO2 on the Degradation of MEA Components in PEMFCs – S. Dorn, Y. Zhai (University of Hawaii), G. Bender (National Renewable Energy Laboratory) and R. Rocheleau (University of Hawaii)

Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Regency B, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Electrode Structures Co-Chairs: K. Ota and Z. Chen

08:00 580

Multilayered and Gradient Electrodes for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells by Reactive Spray Deposition Technology – J. M. Roller, R. Neagu, Z. Xie and R. Maric (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation)

08:20 581

Highly Porous Electrodes Fabricated at Intermediate Temperatures – E. Koep (Universitat de Barcelona)

94

Nanodesign of Electrochemically Active Materials Co-Chairs: P. Kulesza and B. Mustain

14:00 591

3-D Design of Electrocatalytic Nanoarchitectures of Relevance for Fuel-Cell Reactions – D. R. Rolison (Naval Research Laboratory), J. Wallace (Nova Rearch, Inc.), J. W. Long, C. Chervin and J. Dysart (Naval Research Laboratory)

14:20 592

Design and Synthesis of Advanced Nanoscale Electrocatalysts – C. Wang (Argonne National Laboratory), S. Sun (Brown University), D. Strmcnik, P. Paulikas, D. Van der Vliet, N. Markovic and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Imprinted Carbon Materials for Use as ORR Catalysts – D. W. Banham, F. Feng, K. Pei and V. I. Birss (University of Calgary)

15:00 594

Nanoscale Phenomena in Catalyst Layers for PEFC: From Fundamental Physics to Benign Design – K. Chan, A. Roudgar, L. Wang and M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University)

15:20 595

Microstructure-Electrocatalytic Relationships Towards Proper Design of Free-Standing Nanostructured Platinum Electrodes for Fuel Cells – Z. Hamoudi, F. Saidani, M. Elkhakani and M. Mohamedi (INRS-EMT)

15:40 596

Nanostructured Catalytic Electrodes for LowTemperature Fuel Cells: Activation of Reactive Sites Through Modification with Ultra-Thin Films of Metal Oxo Species – P. J. Kulesza, A. Lewera, K. Miecznikowski, B. Dembinska, A. Kolary-Zurowska, A. Zurowski, S. Zoladek and I. Rutkowska (University of Warsaw)

16:00 597

Synthesis and Electrochemical Study of Pt-Based Nanostructured Materials – A. Chen (Lakehead University), J. Wang (University of Guelph), R. Assumme, B. Adamas, G. Wu, P. Holt-Hindle (Lakehead University) and D. Thomas (University of Guelph)

16:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:40 598

Development of Multicomponent PEM Fuel Cell Catalysts for Enhanced StopStart Protection – D. Stevens (Dalhousie University), A. Bonakdarpour (University of British Columbia), R. Sanderson, S. Wang (Dalhousie University), R. Atanasoski, M. Debe (3M Company) and J. Dahn (Dalhousie University)

17:00 599

17:20 600

17:40

601

Microstructure of Low-Platinum Loaded Catalysts Prepared Using a Novel High Temperature Route via the Reactive Spray Deposition Technology Process – R. Maric (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), B. Schalchi, D. Mitlin (NRC National Institute for Nanotechnology), J. M. Roller and R. Neagu (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation)

08:40 705

Finite Size Effect in Mixed Conducting LSCF and BSCF Ultra-Thin Films and Their Implications for Micro-Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – B. Lai, K. Kerman and S. Ramanathan (Harvard University)

09:00 706

Electrode Reconstruction by FIB/SEM and Microstructure Modeling – J. Joos, B. Rüger (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), T. Carraro (University of Heidelberg), A. Weber and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

09:20 707

Preparation of LaNi1-xFexO3 Single Phase and Analysis of Their Phase Transition and Chemical State of Fe – T. Hashimoto, T. Ohzeki, E. Miyashita (Nihon University), K. Shozukawa and M. Matsuo (The University of Tokyo)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 708

Microstructure-Electrical Properties of Original LSCF Films Deposited by ESD for IT-SOFCs – D. Marinha and E. Djurado (Grenoble INP/UJF/CNRS)

10:20 709

Investigating Catalytic Properties of Cathode Materials Using Patterned Electrodes – X. Li, M. Lynch, M. Liu, X. Lou and M. Liu (Georgia Institute of Technology)

10:40 710

Role of Electrode Morphology in Rate Limiting Mechanisms Governing SOFC Cathode Performance – C. R. Kreller, M. Drake and S. Adler (University of Washington)

11:00 711

Impact of Initial Reduction and H2/ H2O Contents on the Performance and Microstructure of Ni Cermets – T. Ramos, K. Thydén (Risø DTU) and M. Mogensen (Technical University of Denmark)

11:20

712

Increase of Anode Performance of SOFC by Reverse Current Treatment – D. Klotz, A. Leonide and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

11:40

713

Effect of AFL Composition on IT-SOFC Electrochemical Performance and Quantitative Microstructural Analysis Using FIB/SEM – K. Lee, N. Vito, M. Camaratta, H. Yoon (University of Florida) and E. Wachsman (University of Maryland)

Pore-Scale Simulation of Transport and Electrochemical Reactions in the Catalyst Layer of a PEM Fuel Cell – K. Lange, P. Sui and N. Djilali (University of Victoria) Direct Oxidation of Methane to Methanol over Proton Conductor and Metal Mixed Catalysts – B. I. Lee, Y. Sakamoto, D. Hirabayashi, K. Suzuki (Nagoya University) and T. Hibino (Graduate School of Environmental Study)

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 7

B11 High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology

Electrodes for Oxide Ion Conducting Electrolytes III Co-Chairs: Grover Coors and Prabhakar Singh

14:00 714

Thermodynamic Reconsiderations on Electronic Properties of Pure- and DopedCeria – H. Yokokawa (AIST), Y. Xiong (Harbin Institute of Technology), H. Kishimoto, K. Yamaji, M. Brito and T. Horita (AIST)

14:20 715

Molybdenum Based Perovskite Electrodes for Solid Oxide Cells – C. Graves (Columbia University), B. Sudireddy and M. Mogensen (Technical University of Denmark)

Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Electrodes for Oxide Ion Conducting Electrolytes II Co-Chairs: Nguyen Minh and Tim R. Armstrong

08:00 703

Stability of Oxides Studied with Standard Density Functional Theory – J. Rossmeisl (Technical University of Denmark) and F. Calle-Vallejo (DTU)

08:20 704

Oxygen Surface Exchange and Bulk Diffusion Coefficients Evaluated from Porous Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conducting Cathodes – C. Endler, A. Leonide, B. Rüger, A. Weber and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

14:40

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Continuum and Kinetic Monte Carlo Modeling of Oxide Ion Diffusion under Reducing Conditions at Platinum/YttriaStabilized Zirconia Interface – X. Tian (Stanford University), J. Shim (Stanford Univerisity), J. Park, T. Gür and F. Prinz (Stanford University)

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14:40 593


15:00 717

Development of a High-Performance Composite Cathode, Bi2Ru2O7-Er 0.4Bi1.6O3, for IT-SOFC Using Glycine-Nitrate Combustion and Investigation on Its Catalytic Activity Towards Oxygen Reduction – B. Lee, E. Armstrong, M. Camaratta (University of Florida) and E. Wachsman (University of Maryland)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 718

Preparation and Performance of Oxygen Electrode for Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells – C. Yang, A. Coffin and F. Chen (University of South Carolina)

16:00 719

16:20 720

16:40 721

C1

Development of Cathodes for Low Temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – A. Lassman, A. Verma and P. Singh (University of Connecticut) Electrochemical Removal of NOx-Gasses by Use of LSM and LSF Cathodes Impregnated with NOx-Storage Compounds – M. L. Traulsen and K. Kammer Hansen (Technical University of Denmark) Electrochemical Reduction of NOx Gases on Spinel-Type Electrode Materials – F. Bræstrup and K. Kammer Hansen (Technical University of Denmark)

08:40 877

Influence of Al and Hf Addition on the Oxidation Resistance of Nb-20Si-20Cr-5(Al, Hf) Alloys – A. Vasquez, D. Alvarez and S. K. Varma (The University of Texas at El Paso)

09:00 878

Influence Of Environmental Factors on the Susceptibility to Stress Corrosion Cracking Of High-Strength Al-Zn-Mg Alloys – H. Ali Jawan (University Of Al-Margep)

09:20 879

Acoustic Emission During Stress Corrosion Cracking of Aluminum Metal Matrix Composites – Z. M. Gasem (King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals)

09:40 880

Performance of Alloy 625 under Combustion Gas Environments and Others Applications: A Review – C. Cuevas-Arteaga (Morelos State University), D. Verhelst (Teck Metals Ltd.) and A. Alfantazi (University of British Columbia)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 881

Assessment of Corrosion Resistance and Biocompatibility of Ti-Ta and Ti-Ta-Cr Alloys – P. S. Gill, N. Munroe, W. Haider, C. Pulletikurthi, S. Pandya and V. Tek (Florida International University)

Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry

Implants Co-Chairs: C. Bock and J. Burgess

Wednesday, April 28

The Atmospheric Corrosion of Zinc: The Effects of Concentration, Droplet Size and Droplet Shape – T. Muster (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering), A. Bradbury, A. Trinchi, T. Markley, D. Lau, S. Dligatch, A. Bendavid and P. Martin (CSIRO Materials Science & Engineering)

Electrochemistry in Medicine and Biomedical Applications Prince of Wales, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

08:00 798

The Biological Compatibility of Porous Surface of Titanium Oxide – P. Hsieh, Y. Lin and M. Chen (Metal Industries Research & Development Centre)

08:20 799

Bone-Like Apatite Formed on the Surface of Titanium via a Simulated Body Fluid by the Electro-Chemical Deposit Processing – T. H. Kuo (MIRDC) and M. Chen (Metal Industries Research & Development Centre)

08:40 800

In Vitro Evaluation of Osteoblast-Like Cell Adhesion and Proliferation on Titanium Oxide Film Formed by Sand-Blasted Titanium Anode Treatment Process – Y. Lin and P. Hsieh (Metal Industries Research & Development Centre)

09:00 801

D1

08:20 876

The Study of Corrosion Resistance of Magnesium with Apatite Film Forming by Electrochemical Deposition – M. Chen and P. Hsieh (Metal Industries Research & Development Centre)

Corrosion General Session Corrosion

General Aspects of Corrosion II Co-Chairs: A. Fantazi and Z. Gasem

10:40 882

The Coefficient γ is the Quantitative Characteristic of the Activating or Inhibiting Properties of Inorganic Oxidizing Agent – M. Reda (CanadElectrochim)

11:00 883

Effect of Current Density and Time on AC/ DC Spark Anodization of Al-Cu Alloys – E. A. Alsrayheen (University of Calgary), R. Rateick (Honeywell Aerospace) and V. I. Birss (University of Calgary)

Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Co-Chairs: D. C. Hansen and M. E. Orazem

11:20 884

On Time-Constant Distributions Associated with the Constant-Phase Element – B. Hirschorn, M. E. Orazem (University of Florida), B. Tribollet, V. Vivier (Université Pierre et Marie Curie), I. Frateur (Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Paris) and M. Musiani (Istituto per l’Energetica e le Interfasi)

11:40 885

EIS Study on the Corrosion Behavior of CuFeS2 Thin Film – A. Ghahremaninezhad, E. Asselin and D. Dixon (University of British Columbia)

Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt General Aspects of Corrosion I Co-Chairs: D. C. Hansen and A. Alfantazi

08:00 875

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Corrosion Studies of Sump Operation for the Nuclear Power Plant Safety – P. Mast, R. Choromokos and J. M. Park (Alion Science & Technology)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


14:00 886

The Impact of Core-Shell Micelles on Steel Properties and Microstructural Characteristics in Reinforced Mortar after Corrosion and Cathodic Prevention – D. Koleva, J. Hu, K. Van Breugel (Delft University of Technology) and N. Boshkov (BAS-BG)

14:20 887

Hybrid Composite Aggregates for Superior Corrosion Performance of Low-Carbon Steel in Model Solutions – D. Koleva, J. Hu, K. Van Breugel (Delft University of Technology), N. Boshkov, T. Radeva and V. Milkova (BAS-BG)

14:40 888

Preliminary Study on the Self-Healing of Steel, Resulting from the Presence of NanoAggregates in Cement Extract – J. Hu, D. Koleva, K. Van Breugel (Delft University of Technology) and P. Petrov (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)

15:00

E2

Dielectrics for Nanosystems 4: Materials Science, Processing, Reliability, and Manufacturing Dielectric Science and Technology Plaza A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Memory Devices Co-Chairs: K. Kita and K. Cherkaoui

08:30 1015

Advanced FinFET Technologies: Extension Doping, Vth Controllable CMOS Inverters and SRAM – Y. Liu, K. Endo, S. O’uchi, T. Matsukawa, K. Sakamoto and M. Masahara (AIST)

09:00 1016

Flexible Titanium Dioxide Memory – N. Gergel-Hackett, L. Stephey, B. Dunlap, B. Hamadani, D. Gundlach and C. Richter (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

09:30 1017

Atomistic Guideline for MONOS-Type Memories with High Program/Erase Cycle Endurance – K. Shiraishi, K. Yamaguchi, A. Otake and K. Kobayashi (University of Tsukuba)

10:00 1018

Highly Stable SrZrO3 Bipolar Resistive Switching Memory by Ti Modulation Layer – M. Wu, M. Lin, Y. Yeh (National Chiao Tung University), C. Lin (Winbond Electronics Corporation) and T. Tseng (National Chiao Tung University)

10:20

Intermission (10 Minutes)

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Corrosion Modeling and Passivity Co-Chairs: E. Asselin and A. Alfantazi

15:20 889

The Bi-Layer Point Defect Model for Passive Films – D. Macdonald (Penn State University) and G. Englehardt (OLI Systems, Inc.)

15:40 890

Location and Estimation of Oxygen Reduction Reaction on a Corroding Metal Surface Covered with Metal Oxide: A Porous Electrode Model – M. S. Venkatraman, I. S. Cole (CSIRO) and B. Emmanuel (Central Electrochemical Research Institute)

Materials and Applications Co-Chairs: M. Sato and F. Ducroquet

16:00 891

New Scientific Definition of the Phenomenon of Passivity – M. Reda (CanadElectrochim)

10:30 1019

16:20 892

The Role of Alumina in Aluminum Corrosion and Passivation – J. Skrovan (King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals), A. Alfantazi and T. Troczynski (University of British Columbia)

Nanocrystalline Materials: Optimization of Thin Film Properties – J. Heitmann (NaMLab)

11:00 1020

The Direct Patterning of Organosilicate Interconnect Materials by Nanoimprint Lithography – C. L. Soles (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

11:30 1021

MgO Tunnel Barriers in Magnetic Nanostructures and Devices – R. Heindl, W. Rippard and M. Pufall (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

12:00 1022

PE-TEOS Wafer Bonding Enhancement at Low Temperature with a High-κ Dielectric Capping Layer – C. Tan and G. Chong (NTU)

12:30 1023

Whisker Formation in Pb-Free Surface Finishes – G. Stafford, J. Shin, M. Williams, K. Moon and W. Boettinger (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

General Aspects of Corrosion III Co-Chairs: A. Alfantazi and D. C. Hansen

16:40 893

Influence of Microstructure on Corrosion Performance of Cu-Lean 7003 Aluminum Alloy Extrusions – C. Krishnan and J. Kish (McMaster University)

17:00 894

Ferromagnetic CoPt3 Nanowires Using a Porous Anodic Alumina Template – R. Liu (National Taiwan University)

17:20

895

High Temperature Corrosion of 625 Superalloy under Iron-Zinc Oxide/Lead Sulfate Salt Mixture – E. Mohammadi Zahrani, A. Alfantazi (University of British Columbia) and D. Verhelst (Teck Metals Ltd.)

17:40

896

Effect of Particle Angular Velocity on Erosion Enhanced Corrosion of 304 Stainless Steel – F. Mohammadi and J. Luo (University of Alberta)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Power and Energy Devices Chair: K. Shiraishi

14:00 1024

(Invited) Surface Passivation of High-Voltage and High-Power Semiconductor Devices – K. Shenai (University of Toledo)

14:30 1025

Fabrication and Properties of ThreeDimensionally Structured Back-Contact Thin Film Photovoltaic Devices – D. Josell, C. Beauchamp, C. Hangarter, S. Jung, B. Hamadani, N. Zhitenev, T. P. Moffat and J. Guyer (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

15:00

Intermission (10 Minutes)

97

Wednesday, April 28

Corrosion in Aggregate Environments Co-Chairs: Z. Gasem and E. Asselin


Nanodevice Noise Co-Chairs: Z. Çelik-Butler and D. Misra

15:10 1026

15:40 1027

Statistical Low-Frequency Noise Model for MOSFETs under Large Signal Cyclo-Stationary Excitation – G. Wirth, R. Da Silva (UFRGS), P. Srinivasan and R. Brederlow (Texas Instruments) Temperature Dependence of Flicker (1/f) Noise in Analog and Digital 45 nm n-MOSFET Devices – P. Srinivasan, K. Benaissa, F. Hou, D. Studdard, S. Martin, A. Marshall and J. McKee (Texas Instruments)

MEMS and Molecular Devices Co-Chairs: N. Gergel-Hackett and Y. Obeng

16:00 1028

Microfabricated Nanocomposite Polymers and Thin Films for Flexible Substrate Microfluidics and MEMS – B. Gray (Simon Fraser University)

16:30 1029

Metrology of Molecular Devices Made by Flip Chip Lamination – C. A. Hacker, M. Coll and C. Richter (National Institute of Standards and Technology)

17:00 1030

Using Interfacial Chemistry to Improve the Performance of Organic Semiconductor Devices – D. J. Gundlach (NIST)

Wednesday, April 28

17:30 1031

17:50

E3

Incorporation of BCB into Wafer-Scale Assembly MMIC’s – D. M. Eaves, P. ChangChien, W. Luo, D. Farkas, X. Zeng, R. Elmadjian, D. Li, L. Dang, K. Hennig, C. Cheung, X. Lan, M. Battung, W. Lee, M. Parlee, J. Uyeda and M. Barsky (Northrop Grumman)

Electronics and Photonics / Dielectric Science and Technology Plaza B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

09:30 1064

10:00

11:40 1068

Ultravilet to Visible Detection by Silicon Nanostructures – S. Hu, C. Li and T. Li (National Taiwan Normal University)

Fabrication of Optoelectronics Components Co-Chairs: Lluis Marsal and El-Hang Lee

13:30 1069

Polymer and Silicon Optical Wires and Devices for VLSI Photonic Circuit Application – E. Lee (Inha University)

14:00 1070

Analysis of InAs Self-Assembled Quantum Wires in an InxGayAl1-x-yAs Matrix Grown Lattice Matched to InP – D. Thompson, K. Cui and G. Botton (McMaster University)

14:30 1071

Fabrication and Electrical Characterization of Conducting Polymer Nanopillars by Current Sensing Atomic Force Microcopy – L. F. Marsal, A. Santos, R. Palacios, P. Formentin, J. Ferré-Borrull and J. Pallarès (University Rovira i Virgili)

15:00 1072

Fabrication of Magneto-Optical Microstructure by Using Femtosecond Laser Direct Writing – Y. Li, B. Liu, Y. Li, W. Shi, J. Tian and Q. Sun (Nankai University)

15:30 1073

Formation of Optically Transparent, Electrically Conductive Ga-Doped ZnO Fine Patterns by Wet-Chemical Etching Technique – N. Yamamoto, S. Osone, H. Makino, T. Yamada and T. Yamamoto (Kochi University of Technology)

15:50

Intermission (10 Minutes)

Optoelectronic Components and Applications II Co-Chairs: Hiromu Ishii and Mohamed Naser

16:00 1074

Photodiodes with Monolithically Integrated RF Circuits – Y. Fu, H. Pan and J. Campbell (University of Virginia)

Photoluminescence of GaN/Quantum Dots/ GaN Wafer Bonded Structure – Y. Li and E. B. Stokes (The University of North Carolina at Charlotte)

16:30 1075

Photodetectors and Receivers for 100 GbE Applications – H. Bach (Fraunhofer HeinrichHertz-Institute)

Beam Propagation in Nano-Waveguide and Its Applications – Y. Li, L. Zhao, J. Qi, J. Xu and Q. Sun (Nankai University)

17:00 1076

Photocurrent Modeling of Resonant Tunneling Quantum Dot Infrared Photodetectors – M. A. Naser, M. J. Deen and D. Thompson (McMaster University)

Experimental Study on Low-Frequency Noise in Optical Coupling Devices – Y. Zhuang, J. Bao and D. Lei (Xidian University)

17:30 1077

Effect of Rear Surface Texture on Laser Irradiation Induced Group-III Interdiffusion in InAs/InAlGaAs Quantum Dash Structure – Y. Ding, H. Sun, C. Tan, V. Hongpinyo (Lehigh University), C. Dimas (Masdar Institute of Science and Technology), Y. Ding (Lehigh University) and B. S. Ooi (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology)

18:00 1078

Enhancing the Performance of Photovoltaic Cells by Using Gold Nanoparticles and Periodic Arrays of Nanoholes on Gold Films – P. Wang, M. Rahman and A. Brolo (University of Victoria)

18:20

Concluding Remarks (10 Minutes)

Optical Detectors and Imagers I Co-Chairs: M. Jamal Deen and Joe C. Campbell

09:00 1063

Electrochemically Prepared Photo-Sensitive Metal-Insulator-Semiconductor Devices with Stepped Insulating Layer – K. Stella, D. Kovacs (Universität Duisburg-Essen), W. Brezna, J. Smoliner (TU Wien) and D. Diesing (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

Session Concluding Remarks (5 Minutes)

Integrated Optoelectronics 5

08:30 1062

11:20 1067

Intermission (30 Minutes)

Optical Detectors and Imagers II Co-Chairs: Heinz-Gunter Bach and Paul Barton

10:30 1065

11:00 1066

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Fabrication of Silicon Photomultipliers for the Readout of Scintillation Radiation Detectors – P. Barton and D. Wehe (University of Michigan) Random Telegraph Signal Noise in CMOS Imagers and Its Impact on Image Quality – S. Majumder, M. M. El-Desouki, O. Marinov and M. J. Deen (McMaster University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Nanoscale Luminescent Materials

Luminescence and Display Materials/Dielectric Science and Technology Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

E7

Graphene, Ge/III-V, and Emerging Materials for Post-CMOS Applications 2 Dielectric Science and Technology

Waddington, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Nanostructured Devices Co-Chairs: Z. Mi and B. Garrido

Ge/SiGe Based Devices Co-Chairs: Zia Karim, Kei May Lau, and Dae-Hyun Kim

08:20 1112

Si Nanocrystal MOSLEDs: From Materials to Transistors – B. Garrido, M. Perálvarez, Y. Berencén (University of Barcelona), J. Carreras (Institut de Recerca en Energia de Catalunya (IREC)) and O. Jambois (University of Barcelona)

08:00 1204

09:00 1113

Electroluminescence in Metal-OxideSemiconductor Tunnel Diodes with a Silicon Nanolayer – M. Morita, K. Matsumura, R. Yamada, J. Uchikoshi and K. Arima (Osaka University)

High Mobility SiGe Channel NonPlanar Devices – C. Hobbs, C. Smith (SEMATECH), H. Adhikari (Global Foundries), S. Lin (UMC), I. Ok (SEMATECH), K. Akarvardar (Global Foundries), S. Lee, B. Coss, C. Young, M. Cruz, P. Majhi and R. Jammy (SEMATECH)

08:40 1205

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1114

High Performance Quantum Dot Microtube Lasers and Nanowire LEDs on Si – Z. Mi, Y. Chang, F. Li and J. Wang (McGill University)

Trap-Assisted Tunneling in Deep-Submicron Ge pFET Junctions – G. Eneman, M. Bargallo Gonzalez, G. Hellings, B. De Jaeger, G. Wang, J. Mitard, K. DeMeyer, C. Claeys, M. Meuris, M. Heyns, T. Hoffmann and E. Simoen (IMEC)

09:00 1206

10:40 1115

Coupling Silicon Nanocrystal Fluorescence to Optical Bottle Resonators – P. Bianucci, J. Veinot and A. Meldrum (University of Alberta)

Tetragonal ZrO2 -Gated Ge MOS Capacitors Fabricated on Si Substrate – M. Wu, L. Chen, J. Wu and Y. Wu (National Tsing Hua University)

09:20 1207

Dual Properties of NaF Ultrathin Film as Buffer Layer on Organic Light Emitting Devices – Y. Chen and S. Chu (National Cheng Kung University)

The Effect of Applied Magnetic Fields on Silicon Transport in Liquid Phase Diffusion Growth of SiGe – N. Armour, A. Kidess and S. Dost (University of Victoria)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

11:20 1116

E6

Wide-Bandgap Semiconductor Materials and Devices 11 Electronics and Photonics / Sensor / Luminescence and Display Materials

GaAs/InGaAs Based Devices Co-Chairs: Chris Hobbs, Wolfgang Stolz, and Bernd Schiller

10:00 1208

III-V Devices for Advanced CMOS – N. Waldron, D. Nguyen, D. Lin, G. Brammertz, G. Hellings, B. Vincent, A. Firrincieli, S. Sioncke, B. De Jaeger, G. Wang, R. Krom, J. Mitard, W. Wang, M. Passlack, M. Heyns, M. Caymax, M. Meuris, S. Biesemans and T. Hoffman (IMEC)

10:40 1209

(Invited) Scaling of InGaAs MOSFETs into Deep-Submicron – P. Ye and Y. Wu (Purdue University)

11:20 1210

InGaAs HFETs for Beyond-the-Roadmap CMOS – D. Kim (Teledyne Scientific & Imaging, LLC) and J. A. del Alamo (MIT)

12:00 1211

Sputtering Behavior and Evolution of Depth Resolution upon Low Energy Ion Irradiation of GaAs – M. J. Hopstaken, D. Pfeiffer, M. Gordon, E. Kiewra, Y. Sun, D. Sadana (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center), T. Topuria, P. Rice (IBM Almaden Research Center), P. Ronsheim (IBM Systems & Technology Group), C. Gerl, C. Marchiori, M. Richter, M. Sousa and J. Fompeyrine (IBM Zurich Research Laboratory)

12:20

Discussion (10 Minutes)

Cortes Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Energy Devices Chair: S. Jang

10:00 1173

Cuprous Oxide Solution Preparation and Application to Cu2O-ZnO Solar Cells – A. Du Pasquier, Z. Duan, N. Pereira and Y. Lu (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)

10:20 1174

Spray Pyrolysis Based CIGS Solar Cell – K. Song, J. Suh, C. Ham, J. Cho and E. Bae (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)

10:40 1175

Photovoltaic Properties of TiO2/Cu2O HeteroStructure – J. G. Lu and D. Li (USC)

11:00 1176

Indium and Gallium Incorporation Mechanism during Electrodeposition of Cu(In,Ga)Se2 Thin Film – J. Li, F. Liu, Y. Lai, Z. Zhang and Y. Liu (Central South University)

11:20 1177

CIGSS Thin Film Solar Cells by Simple Powder Evaporation Process – J. Suh, K. Song, C. Ham, J. Cho and E. Bae (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)

11:40 1178

A Study on CdTe Thin Films for Photovoltaic Cells by a Solution-Based Continuous Flow Reactor Process – J. Lee, E. Bae (Yeungnam University), S. Han, C. Chang (Oregon State University) and S. Ryu (Yeungnam University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

III-V Heterostructures on Si Substrates Co-Chairs: Niamh Waldron, Geert Eneman, and Peide Ye

13:30 1212

Novel Ga(NAsP)-Based Heterostructures for the Integration of Optoelectronic Functionalities on (001) Si-Substrate – B. Kunert (NAsP III/V GmbH), K. Volz and W. Stolz (Philipps-University Marburg)

14:10 1213

Hetero-Epitaxy of III-V Compounds by MOCVD on Silicon Substrates – C. Tang, Z. Zhong and K. Lau (ECE) 99

Wednesday, April 28

E4


14:50 1214

Growth of III/V Materials on Large Area Silicon – B. Schineller and M. Heuken (AIXTRON AG)

15:30 1215

Merging Standard CVD Techniques for GaAs and Si Epitaxial Growth – A. Sammak, W. De Boer, A. Van der Bogaard and L. Nanver (TUDelft)

15:50

Concluding Remarks (10 Minutes)

F1

First Principles Studies of Metal-on-Metal Dissolution and Deposition – J. P. Greeley and D. Torres-Rangel (Argonne National Laboratory)

15:00 1226

Recent Progress in Dealloying Studies of Cu3Au(111) – F. U. Renner (MPI Eisenforschung)

15:30 1227

Simulations of Morphological and Topological Coarsening of Dealloyed Nanoporous Metals – J. Erlebacher (Johns Hopkins University)

16:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:20 1228

Plastic Flow of Nanoporous Gold, and How It Relates to Electrochemistry – H. Jin and J. Weissmueller (KIT)

16:50 1229

In Situ X-Ray Diffraction and Small Angle Scattering of the Formation of Nanoporous Gold Via Dealloying – C. Dotzler (Industrial Research Limited / SSRL), B. Ingam (Industrial Research Limited), B. Illy (Imperial College London), M. Toney (SSRL) and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London)

17:20 1230

Dealloying Kinetics and Morphology in Engineering Alloys, and Comparison with Noble-Metal Alloys – S. Parida, D. Artymowicz, Z. Coull and R. Newman (University of Toronto)

17:50 1231

Nanoporous Ni Electrodes Developed by Dealloying of Cu from Electrodeposited Ni-Cu Alloys for Supercapacitor Applications – J. Chang, Y. Li, S. Hsu, M. Deng, W. Tsai and I. Sun (National Cheng Kung University)

Dealloying Process and Related Synthetic Opportunities Electrodeposition / Corrosion Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Dealloying Processes and Electrocatalysis Co-Chairs: T. P. Moffat and J. Erlebacher

08:00 1216

The Role of Surface and Near-Surface Composition in Electrocatalysis – C. Wang, D. Strmcnik, P. Paulikas, D. Van der Vliet (Argonne National Laboratory), C. Lucas, A. Brownrigg (University of Liverpool), N. Markovic and V. Stamenkovic (Argonne National Laboratory)

08:30 1217

Dealloyed Nanoporous Metals for Electrocatalysis – R. Wang and Y. Ding (Shandong University)

09:00 1218

Dealloyed Bimetallic PtM3 Nanoparticle Electrocatalysts – M. Oezaslan (Technical University Berlin), Z. Liu (University of Houston) and P. Strasser (Technical University Berlin)

09:30 1219

Wednesday, April 28

14:30 1225

09:50 1220

Assessment of the Electrocatalytic Properties of Nanoporous Metals Formed by Dealloying Binary and Ternary Alloys – J. D. Snyder and J. Erlebacher (Johns Hopkins University) Electrodeposition of Pt-(Ni, Co, Cu, Pb) Alloys for Fuel Cell Applications – T. P. Moffat (National Institute of Standards and Technology), S. Hwang, L. Ou Yang, U. Bertocci, J. Bonevich (NIST) and J. Kim (Seoul National University)

10:10

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:30 1221

Stability of Pt Alloy High Surface Area Catalysts – K. J. Mayrhofer (Max Planck Institut), K. Hartl and M. Arenz (Technische Universitaet Muenchen)

11:00 1222 11:30 1223

F2

Electrochemical Engineering for the 21st Century (dedicated to Richard C. Alkire)

Electrodeposition / Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Corrosion/Energy Technology Georgia B, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Electrodeposition-Applications Co-Chairs: Lili Deligianni and Lisa Podlaha

08:00 1277

Dealloying at the Nanoscale – K. Sieradzki (Arizona State University)

Understanding and Predicting Metallic Whisker Growth as a Function of Electrodeposited Morphology – W. Yelton, D. Susan, J. Michael (Sandia National Labs) and D. Shore (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)

08:20 1278

Nanoporous Gold: A Novel Catalyst with Tunable Properties – A. Wittstock (Universitaet Bremen), J. Biener (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) and M. Bäumer (Universitaet Bremen)

Recrystallization of Electrodeposited CopperSilver Thin Films – N. Alshwawreh (The University of British Columbia), M. Militzer and D. Bizzotto (University of British Columbia)

08:40 1279

Optimization of Fill Rate Uniformity for Dense Features – B. L. Buckalew (Novellus Systems, Inc.), T. Ponnuswamy, J. Reid and Y. Takada (Novellus Systems, Inc)

09:00 1280

Seedless Copper Electrochemical Deposition on Barrier Materials as a Replacement/ Enhancement for PVD Cu Seed Layers in HAR TSVs – S. Armini, H. Philipsen, Z. El-Mekki, A. Redolfi, A. Van Ammel, A. Radisic, M. Nagar and W. Ruythooren (IMEC)

09:20 1281

Electrodeposition and Characterization of FePd Magnetic Thin Films – D. Pečko, K. Zužek Rožman (Jozef Stefan Institute), B. Pihlar (Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology ) and S. Kobe (Jozef Stefan Institute)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Dealloying Processes Co-Chairs: Roger Newman and Jonah Erlebacher

14:00 1224

100

Size and Surface/Interface Controlled Properties of Nanoporous Gold – J. Biener, M. Biener, L. Zepeda-Ruiz, A. Hamza (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), A. Wittstock (Universität Bremen), M. Bäumer (Universitaet Bremen), R. Viswanath (Institut für Nanotechnologie, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe, Germany), J. J. Weissmüller (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie,) and A. Hodge (University of Southern California)

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10:00 1282

(Keynote) Electrochemical Technology in Electronics: A Path from Art to Science – L. T. Romankiw (BM T.J. Watson Research Center)

09:00 1330

Oxygen Evolution Catalysts for Alkaline Water Electrolysers – X. Li, D. Pletcher and F. Walsh (University of Southampton)

10:40 1283

Electrochemical Processes for TSV/Bump Formation Without CMP and Lithographic Process – J. Lee, S. Kim and J. Lee (Hongik University)

09:20 1331

Catalytic Inverse Opals for Water Electrolysis in an Alkaline Electrolyte – L. Wang, Y. Chang and P. Wu (National Chiao Tung University)

11:00 1284

Effect of pH and Temperature of the Electrolyte on the Electrodeposition of CoWP Films Using Alkali-Metal-Free Precursors – Y. Son, H. Lee and C. Kim (Ajou university)

11:20 1285

Molecular Scale Growth of Electrolytic Copper Foils – K. Kondo (Osaka Prefeecture University)

11:40 1286

Additive Transport and Adsorption in Copper Metallization of Interconnects Focusing on TSV Scales – J. D. Adolf and U. Landau (Case Western Reserve University)

14:00 1287

14:40 1288

15:00 1289

15:20 1290

15:40 1291

G3

(Keynote) Diffusion-Induced Stress, ChargeTransfer Resistance, and Materials Selection Criteria for Avoiding Crack Initiation of Insertion Electrode Particles – M. Verbrugge (General Motors) and Y. Cheng (University of Kentucky) Two-Port Transmission Line Technique for Dielectric Property Characterization of Polymer Electrolyte Membranes – Z. Lu (RIT), M. Lanagan, E. Manias and D. Macdonald (Penn State University) A Generalized Multidimensional Mathematical Model for Li-Ion Intercalation Batteries – S. Pannala, S. Allu, J. Nanda and W. Shelton (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Low Temperature Studies of EC:DMC Mixture in Lithium-Ion System – A. Drews, J. Adams, R. Kudla, M. Karulkar and C. Paik (Ford Motor Company) Carbon Nanotube-Confined MnO2 Nanocomposites for Electrochemical Capacitors – W. Chen, K. Bechtold, M. Beidaghi, V. Penmatsa and C. Wang (Florida International University)

Electrochemical Technologies for Hydrogen Production

10:00 1332

(Energy Technology Division Award Presentation) Polymer Electrolyte Membranes for the Hybrid Sulfur Thermochemical Cycle – J. A. Staser and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

10:20 1333

Quantification of Voltage Loss in the Proton Exchange Membrane Reactor for Electrolyzing Hydrogen Bromide to Produce Hydrogen – R. Zhang and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

10:40 1334

CuCl-HCl Electrolysis for Hydrogen Production in the Cu-Cl Thermochemical Cycle – V. Balashov, R. Schatz, E. Chalkova, M. Fedkin and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University)

11:00 1335

High Performance Anode Materials for Hydrogen Production Via the Cu-Cl Thermochemical Cycle – E. Easton and S. Ranganathan (University of Ontario Institute of Technology)

11:20 1336

Comments on the Undesirable Copper Deposition during Electrolysis of the CuCl/ HCl Aqueous System for the Production of Hydrogen – M. Reda (CanadElectrochim)

Wednesday, April 28

Energy Storage Co-Chairs: Richard Varijian and Patrik Ng

Other than Water Electrolysis Co-Chairs: M. Williams and S. N. Lvov

High Temperature Electrolysis Co-Chairs: J. W. Weidner and V. (Ravi) Subramanian

14:00 1337

SOFC-Driven Steam-Carbon Electrolyzer for CO-Free Hydrogen Production – B. R. Alexander, A. Lee, R. Mitchell and T. Gür (Stanford University)

14:20 1338

Origin of Polarisation Losses in Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells Operated at High Current Density – R. Knibbe, S. Ebbesen (Risø DTU) and M. Mogensen (Technical University of Denmark)

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials

Electrochemical Processing of Hydrogen Co-Chairs: V. (Ravi) Subramanian and J. W. Weidner

Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

14:40 1339

High Pressure Electrochemical Hydrogen Purification Process Using a HighTemperature Polybenzimidazole (PBI) Membrane – J. Jiang (University of North Dakota), T. Aulich and K. Luo (Energy & Environmental Research Center)

15:00 1340

Electrochemical Compression of Hydrogen – G. Sozhan, S. Vasudevan, S. Ravichandran, R. Balaji, S. Navaneethakrishnan, A. Sankari and J. Lakshmi (CECRI)

Water Electrolysis Co-Chairs: S. N. Lvov and M. Williams

08:00 1327

Bimetallic Electrocatalysts Supported on TiO2 for PEM Water Electrolyzer – R. E. Fuentes (University of South Carolina), S. Rau, T. Smolinka (Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems) and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

08:20 1328

Exploring Tin Tantalates and Niobates as Prospective Catalyst Supports for Water Electrolysis – O. Velikokhatnyi and P. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh)

08:40 1329

Influence of the Electrolyte on Electrochemical Properties of Iridium Oxide Films – L. Owe, M. Tsypkin, I. Lervik and S. Sunde (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

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G4

Electrochemistry in Mineral and Metal Processing 8 (EMMP 8)

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

09:00 1562

(Invited) Bio-Applications with Free-Standing Graphene – A. Banerjee and H. Grebel (NJIT)

09:20 1563

(Invited) Thermal Management in Heterogeneous Carbon Nanoelectronics – S. Rotkin (Lehigh University) and A. Petrov (Ioffe Institute)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Gabriola Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Electrometallurgy I Co-Chairs: Derek Fray and Dora Nava

10:00 1381

Electrochemical Dissolution and Passivation Behavior of Pure Iron in Ammoniacal Solution – S. Roy and E. Asselin (University of British Columbia)

10:20 1382

Electrowinning of Iron from Alkaline Solution – S. Tang and G. Haarberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

10:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

11:00 1383

Electrodeposition of Nickel from Sulfamate Effluents – G. Kelsall and A. Kovaleva (Imperial College London)

11:20 1384

Anodic Formation of Cobalt Oxide During Electrowinning of Cobalt in a Chloride Electrolyte – G. Haarberg, J. Thonstad (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and O. Kongstein (SINTEF)

11:40 1385

Electrochemical Deposition of Nanoparticulate Materials – G. A. Hope (Griffith University), P. Liu (Sun Yat-sen University), H. Li (Nanchang University) and G. Heber (Griffith University)

Advances in Growth and Synthesis Co-Chairs: Burke and Zhou

10:00 1564

(Invited) Selective Growth of Well Aligned Semiconducting Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – L. Ding, W. Zhou, T. McNicholas, Y. Cheng and J. Liu (Duke University)

10:20 1565

(Invited) Vertically Aligned Carbon Nanofiber Synthesis and Process Integration for Cellular Interfacing Applications – A. V. Melechko (North Carolina State University), T. McKngiht, D. Hensley (Oak Ridge National Lab), R. Pearce (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), R. Clearfield (North Carolina State University), S. Retterer (Oak Ridge National Lab), P. Rack (University of Tennessee, Knoxville) and M. Simpson (Oak Ridge National Lab)

10:40 1566

Self-Assembly of Carbon Nanotubes into Two-Dimensional Geometries Using DNA Templates – M. Bockrath (University of California at Riverside), H. Maune (IBM Almaden), S. Han, R. Barish, W. Goddard III, P. Rothemund and E. Winfree (Caltech)

11:00 1567

Electrodeposition of Gold, Silver on Carbon Nanotube Thin Films – S. Lam, G. Scott and Z. Zhou (Hewlett Packard Company)

11:20 1568

Decoration of Surface of Carbon Nanotubes with Iron-Cobalt (FeCo) Alloy Using a TwoStep Electroless Deposition Technique – E. E. Kalu (Florida A&M University), L. Wilson (Florida State University) and M. McHenry (Carnegie Mellon University)

11:40 1569

Nanoporous Carbon Engineering by Chemical Vapor Deposition onto Active Carbon Fiber Electrodes for Selective Water Desalination – D. Aurbach, M. Noked, E. Avraham and A. Soffer (Bar-Ilan university)

Wednesday, April 28

Electrometallurgy II Co-Chairs: Geoffrey Kelsall and Tomas Vargas

14:00 1386

CaTixRu(1-x) as an Inert Anode for Application in Calcium Chloride-Calcium Oxide Melts – S. Jiao (University of Science and Technology Beijing) and D. Fray (University of Cambridge)

14:20 1387

Application of Current-Pulse Techniques to Analysis of Anode Gas Film Behavior in a HallHeroult Cell – K. McGregor, G. Snook, A. Urban and M. Lanyon (CSIRO)

14:40 1388

Depolarized Gas Anodes for Electrowinning of Metals in Molten Salts – S. Xiao (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), T. Mokkelbost (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), G. Haarberg, A. Ratvik (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and H. Zhu (University of Science and Technology Beijing)

15:00 1389

Direct Electrolysis of Molten Lunar Regolith for the Production of Oxygen and Metals on the Moon – A. Sirk, D. Sadoway (MIT) and L. Sibille (NASA)

H4

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Applications and Devices

Advances in Sensor Applications Co-Chairs: Melechko and Liu

14:00 1570

(Invited) Nanotube-Peptide Interactions on a Silicon Chip – P. J. Burke, L. Zheng and D. Jain (University of California Irvine)

14:20 1571

Fluorescent Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Ultra Low Density Silica Aerogels for Optical Sensing Applications – J. G. Duque, G. Gupta, C. Hamilton, K. DeFriend Obrey, A. Dattelbaum and S. Doorn (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

14:40 1572

Integration of Uniform Arrays of Carbon Nanotube-Based Biosensors and CMOS Signal-Processing Circuits into a Systemon-a-Chip – B. Lee, S. Seo, M. Sung (Seoul National University), D. Lee (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), M. Lee, J. Lee, J. Cheon, E. Cho, H. Lee (Seoul National University), I. Chung (Kwangwoon University), Y. Park, S. Kim and S. Hong (Seoul National University)

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Invited Graphene Session Co-Chairs: Liu and Melechko

08:00 1559

(Invited) Terahertz Spectroscopy of Large-Area Graphene – L. Ren, T. Arikawa and J. Kono (Rice University)

08:20 1560

(Invited) Graphene-Based Materials and their Applications – R. Ruoff (The University of Texas at Austin)

08:40 1561

(Invited) Wafer Scale Chemical Vapor Deposition of Graphene and Its Applications – C. Zhou (University of Southern California)

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Electrochemical Detection of Nitric Oxide by Carbon Nanopipettes – F. Li, N. Dementev, R. Ghavami (Temple University), R. Singhal, Y. Gogotsi (Drexel University) and E. Borguet (Temple University)

09:20 1601

Yields in the X@C74 and Z@C82 Series – Z. Slanina (University of Tsukuba), F. Uhlík (Charles University), T. Akasaka (University of Tsukuba) and S. Nagase (Institute for Molecular Science)

15:20 1574

A Carbon Nanotube-Nafion Composite Twin Microsensor for Vapor Phase Detection of a Ketosis Product in Breath and Urine – C. Felice (Rochester Institutee of Technology), K. S. Santhanam and L. Fuller (Rochester Institute of Technology)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1602

Comparisons of Structural Features of Endohedral Fullerenes from Recently Obtained Crystallographic Data – A. L. Balch (University of California, Davis), H. Yang, Z. Liu (Zhejiang University), B. Q. Mercado, M. Olmstead (University of California, Davis) and C. Beavers (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)

10:20 1603

An Endohedal Titanium (III) in a Clusterfullerene: Putting a Nongroup-III Metal Nitride into the C80-Ih Fullerene Cage – S. Yang, C. Chen (University of Science and Technology of China), A. Popov (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research), W. Zhang, F. Liu (University of Science and Technology of China) and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

10:40 1604

Production and Characterization of Single-Wall Carbon Nanotubes Encapsulated Fluorescent Molecules – T. Okazaki (AIST)

11:00 1605

New Metal Encapsulated Heterofullerenes – H. C. Dorn (Virginia Polytechnic and State University)

11:20 1606

Metallic Nitride Fullerenes in Films and Coatings – J. P. Phillips (University of Southern Mississippi)

11:40 1607

The Importance of the Pyracylene Motif for Understanding the Properties and Stability of Endohedral Metallofullerenes – T. J. Fuhrer (Virginia Tech) and H. C. Dorn (Virginia Polytechnic and State University)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Advances in Device Fabrication Co-Chairs: Zhou and Grebel

16:00 1575

Thin-Film Field-Effect Transistors Based on Composites of Semiconducting Polymer and Carbon Nanotubes – Z. Liu (Uppsala University), Z. Zhang (Royal Institute of Technology), M. Qu (Fudan University), J. Li, A. López Cabezas, L. Zheng (Royal Institute of Technology) and S. Zhang (Uppsala University)

16:20 1576

Field Emission Properties of MetalCNT Composite Films Prepared by Electrodeposition Techniques – S. Arai, E. Shinada (Shinshu University), Y. Todoroki and M. Endo (Shisnshu University)

16:40 1577

Electrodeposition of Copper on GaAs Nanowires – C. Liu, O. Einabad, S. Watkins and K. Kavanagh (Simon Fraser University)

17:00 1578

Pulsed Electric Fields for Fabrication of Copper/Carbon Nanotube and Carbon Nanotube Films – H. McCrabb, E. Taylor, M. Inman (Faraday Technology, Inc.), C. Devlin (General Dynamics Information Technology) and M. Leines (Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate)

17:20 1579

A New Method for Supersolublization of Ultrapure Carbon Nanotubes – N. Dementev and E. Borguet (Temple University)

17:40 1580

Electrochemically Reduced Graphene Oxide Films for Electrochemical Supercapacitor – X. Peng (Dublin City University), X. Liu (Northeastern University), D. Diamond and K. Lau (Dublin City University)

H5

Endofullerenes and Carbon Nanocapsules

Co-Chairs: Balch and Akasaka

14:00 1608

Free Metal Atom Endohedral Fullerene Structures: Sm@C80, Tm2 @C82 and Others – C. Beavers (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), B. Q. Mercado (University of California, Davis), M. Olmstead (University of California,Davis), A. Balch (University of California, Davis), H. Yang, Z. Liu (Zhejiang University), L. Echegoyen, T. Zuo (Clemson University) and H. C. Dorn (Virginia Polytechnic and State University)

14:20 1609

Perfluoroalkylated Endometallofullerenes – N. Shustova (Colorado State University), I. Kareev (Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics), A. Popov (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research), M. Mackey (University of Southern Mississippi), C. Coumbe (The University of Southern Mississippi), V. Bubnov (Colorado State University), S. Lebedkin (Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics), Y. Chen (The University of Chicago), J. P. Phillips, S. Stevenson (University of Southern Mississippi), S. Strauss and O. Boltalina (Colorado State University)

14:40 1610

Recent Advances in OxoMetallic Fullerenes and Metallic Nitride AzaFullerenes – S. Stevenson (University of Southern Mississippi)

15:00 1611

Molecular Structures and Bonding Situation in Endohedral Metallofullerenes – A. Popov (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research) and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Stanley, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Co-Chairs: Akasaka and Balch

08:00 1597

Synthesis and Electrochemical Properties of Sc3N@Ih-C80 Donor Acceptor Systems – J. R. Pinzón (Clemson University), T. Torres (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) and L. Echegoyen (Clemson University)

08:20 1598

Synthesis of Endohedral Fullerene Derivatives for Quantum Information Processing – K. Porfyrakis (University of Oxford)

08:40 1599

Bis-Carbene Adduct of La2 @C80 – M. O. Ishitsuka, S. Sano, H. Enoki, S. Sato, H. Nikawa, T. Tsuchiya, Z. Slanina, N. Mizorogi, T. Akasaka (University of Tsukuba) and S. Nagase (Institute for Molecular Science)

09:00 1600

Organic Synthesis of an Endohedral C60 Encapsulating a Small Molecule – K. Kurotobi and Y. Murata (Kyoto University)

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15:00 1573


15:20 1612

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1613

13C

NMR Relaxation Study in Endohedral Fullerenes: Interaction of the Nitride Cluster and the Cage Carbons – S. Klod and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

16:20 1614

Structural Determination and Computational Analysis of Nanocapsules and Endohedral Metallofullerenes – B. Q. Mercado (University of California, Davis), C. Beavers (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab), H. Yang, Z. Wang, A. Jiang, Z. Liu, H. Jin (Zhejiang University), M. Easterling (Bruker Daltonics), S. Stevenson, M. A. Mackey (University of Southern Mississippi), C. Coumbe (The University of Southern Mississippi), J. Phillips, J. P. Phillips (University of Southern Mississippi), M. Olmstead (University of California,Davis), J. Poblet (Universitat Rovira i Virgili) and A. L. Balch (University of California, Davis)

16:40 1615

Wednesday, April 28

A Pseudoatom in a Cage: Trimetallofullerene Y3 @C80 Mimics Y3 @C80 with Nitrogen Substituted by a Pseudoatom – A. Popov, L. Zhang (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research) and L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden)

H9

The Source of Nitrogen in Metal Nitride Cluster Fullerene Production – L. Dunsch (IFW Dresden), S. Yang (University of Science and Technology of China), L. Zhang (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research), A. Svitova (IFW Dresden) and A. Popov (Leibniz-Institute for Solid State and Materials Research)

Nanostructures for Energy Conversion

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures / Energy Technology

10:40 1659

(Invited) Effective Photon Scattering from a Single-Molecule at Plasmonic Metal Nano-Gap – K. Murakoshi (Hokkaido University)

11:00 1660

Energy Level Alignment at Organic-Organic Interfaces in Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells – P. Sehati, S. Braun, L. Lindell, X. Liu and M. Fahlman (Linkoping University)

11:20 1661

(Invited) Plasmon-Assisted Photocurrents in Gold- and Silver-Nanostructures – S. Yamada and T. Akiyama (Kyushu University)

11:40 1662

Tuning Electrocatalysis: Platinum-Based Trimetallic Nanostructures from Sequential Electrodeposition and Surface-Limited Redox-Replacement Reactions – T. S. Mkwizu (University of Pretoria), M. Mathe (Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), South Africa) and I. Cukrowski (University of Pretoria)

Co-Chairs: Yamada and Murakoshi

14:00 1663

(Invited) Nanoparticle Plasmon-Assisted Photochemical Reactions – H. Misawa (Hokkaido University), K. Ueno (Hokkaido University, RRESTO-JST), N. Murazawa and Y. Yokota (Hokkaido University)

14:20 1664

Probing Polymer Photovoltaics: Imaging Photocurrents in Organic Solar Cells – R. Giridharagopal, O. Reid and D. Ginger (University of Washington)

14:40 1665

(Invited) Charge Separation Induced by Near-Infrared Light at the Anisotropic Ag Nanoparticle-TiO2 Interface – T. Tatsuma, K. Matsubara, E. Kazuma, I. Tanabe and N. Sakai (Univ of Tokyo)

15:00 1666

Preparation of Nanoporous Titanium Oxide Electrode by Screen Print and Its Application to Dye-Sensitized Solid-State Solar Cell – A. Konno (Shizuoka University)

15:20 1667

(Invited) Fabrication of Metal and Semiconductor Nanostructures Based on Ordered Nanohole Array in Anodic Porous Alumina – H. Masuda (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ./KAST), T. Yanagishita (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.), T. Kondo (KAST) and K. Nishio (Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 1668

A New Functional Layer Based on Highly Crystalline Inverse Opal for Application in DyeSensitized Solar Cells – H. Jung, S. Han and J. Lee (Kookmin University)

16:20 1669

Formation Mechanism of Highly Crystallized Titania Nanorods – M. Adachi, T. Kurata, K. Yoshida, K. Tsuchiya, Y. Mori (Doshisha University) and F. Uchida (Fuji Chemical Co., Ltd.)

Grouse, 34th Floor, Hyatt Co-Chairs: Masuda and Ohtani

08:00 1652

Shape Control of Highly Crystallized Titania Nanorods – M. Adachi, K. Yoshida, T. Kurata, K. Tsuchiya, Y. Mori (Doshisha University) and F. Uchida (Fuji Chemical Co., Ltd.)

08:20 1653

(Invited) Nanostructures to Probe and Drive Electrocatalytic Reactions – I. Yagi, A. Hayashi, K. Kimijima, H. Notsu and N. Ohta (AIST)

08:40 1654

Preparation of Nanosheets Bismuth Trioxide as Supercapacitance Materials – N. Xia, J. Chen, T. Zhou, S. Mo and D. Yuan (Jinnan University)

09:00 1655

(Invited) Structural Control of Metal Sulfide and Plasmonic Metal Nanoparticles for Energy Conversion – T. Teranishi (University of Tsukuba)

09:20 1656

Synthesis and Study of Pd-Based Nanomaterials for Electrosorption of Hydrogen – B. D. Adams, S. Chen, C. Ostrom and A. Chen (Lakehead University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1657

(Invited) Stacked-Structure-Dependent Photoluminescence Properties of CdTe-Au Multilayer Films – T. Torimoto, T. Kameyama, Y. Ohno, T. Kurimoto, K. Okazaki (Nagoya University), T. Uematsu and S. Kuwabata (Osaka University)

10:20 1658

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Dual Ionic and Electronic Transport in Nanostructured Poly(ionic liquid)s – S. Lee, G. Becht and M. Firestone (Argonne National Laboratory)

I4

Progress in Spectro-Electrochemistry and Surface Science of Electrocatalytical Interfaces (In Memory of E. B. Yeager) Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry Garibaldi, Conference Floor, Fairmont

Chair: D. Gervasio

08:30 1760

Dynamics and Elementary Processes in the Electrooxidation of Small Organic Molecules Spectro-Electrochemical Adsorption/Reaction Transients – J. Schnaidt, M. Heinen, Z. Jusys and R. Behm (Ulm University) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Binding Energy Shifts for Cu and Ag UPD on Rh(111) Determined by Online EC-XPS – D. Anjos, M. Rigsby (University of Illinois UrbanaChampaign) and A. Wieckowski (University of Illinois)

09:20 1762

Transition Metal Macrocycles as Cathode Electrocatalysts for Borohydride Fuel Cells – A. Botelho, J. Junior (Universidade Federal do Maranhao), E. Ticianelli (Universidade de Sao Paulo) and A. A. Tanaka (Universidade Federal do Maranhao)

09:45

Intermission (15 Minutes)

10:00 1763

The Reduction of Nitrate Ions in Acidic Electrolytes Via Two Heterogeneous Electrocatalysts in Series – Y. Chen, M. Rasmussen and D. Scherson (Case Western Reserve University)

10:25 1764

In Situ Decomposing Prussian Blue Analogues to Form Multimetallic Aggregations with Various Surface Ensemble for Pt-Monolayer Electrocatalyst – K. Gong, K. Sasaki, M. Vukmirovic and R. Adzic (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

10:50 1765

Electrochemical and Spectroelectrochemical Studies of a Cobalt Porphyrin Pentacoordinated Via a Thiol Monolayer on a Glassy Carbon Electrode for Oxygen Reduction Reaction – H. H. De Paz, C. Medard, M. Mezour, J. Mauzeroll and M. Morin (Université du Québec à Montréal)

11:15 1766

Catalytic Property and Morphology of Pt Clusters on Graphite Surface – J. Nakamura, T. Kondo, K. Watahiki, Y. Iwasaki, J. Oh, T. Suzuki, Y. Honma and D. Hatake (University of Tsukuba)

11:40

Concluding Remarks (20 Minutes)

J1

Sensors, Actuators, and Microsystems General Session Sensor

10:30 1818

CIGSS Thin Film Solar Cells by Simple Powder Evaporation Process – J. Suh, K. Song, C. Ham, J. Cho and E. Bae (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute)

10:50 1819

Characterization and On-Chip Device Integration of Energetic Porous Silicon – C. R. Becker (University of Colorado), L. Currano, W. Churaman (U.S. Army Research Lab) and C. Stoldt (University of Colorado)

Chemical Sensors Co-Chairs: G. Hunter and Peter Hesketh

13:30 1820

Optimisation of Chemical Sensors Using the Continuous Gradient - High Throughput Screening Macroscope - CG-HTSM – W. Moritz (Humboldt-University), A. Tausche, R. Werner (Humboldt-University Berlin), T. Wirth, W. Unger (BAM) and S. Linke (HumboldtUniversity Berlin)

13:50 1821

Novel Ruthenium Oxide Based Ambient Temperature Carbon Monoxide Gas Sensor – A. D. Adeyemo and P. Dutta (The Ohio State University)

14:10 1822

Comparison Between Nafion and Polybenzimidazole (PBI) Membranes for Fuel Cell CO Sensor – K. Mochizuki (Yazaki Resources Co. Ltd), T. Kikuchi, M. Sudoh (Shizuoka University), Y. Ishiguro and T. Suzuki (Yazaki Resources Co. Ltd)

14:30 1823

A Comprehensive Study on the Effect of Thin Film Microstructure on Vapor Sensing Behavior of Carbon-Based Polymeric Conductive Nanocomposites – P. Molla-Abbasi, E. Danesh and S. Ghaffarian (Amirkabir University of Technology)

14:50 1824

Proton Motion in a Polyelectrolyte: A Probe for Wireless Humidity Sensors – O. Larsson, X. Wang, M. Berggren and X. Crispin (Linköping University)

Moresby Island, 1st Floor, Fairmont Actuators, Microsystems, Microfluidics, and Modelling Simulations Co-Chairs: Jing Li and Mike Carter

08:30 1813

Geometric and Conformational Considerations in Biotransistors – W. Shinwari, M. J. Deen (McMaster University) and P. R. Selvaganapathy (McMaster Unversity)

08:50 1814

A Model for Mechanical Force Sensing in Conducting Polymers – T. Mirfakhrai, T. Shoa and J. Madden (University of British Columbia)

09:10 1815

Modeling and Simulation of Transient Phenomena in Electrochemical MHD – D. Sen (Virginia Tech), K. M. Isaac (Missouri S&T) and N. Leventis (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

09:30

Intermission (20 Minutes)

09:50 1816

Towards Printable Open-Air Microfluidic Devices – A. D. Collord, E. Branson (Sandia National Laboratories), K. Fenton (University of New Mexico), A. W. Cook, P. Clem and C. Apblett (Sandia National Laboratories)

10:10 1817

Development, Optimization and Evaluation of a CF4 Pretreatment Process to Remove Unwanted Interfacial Layers in Stacks of CVD and PECVD Polycrystalline Silicon-Germanium for MEMS Applications – G. Bryce, S. Severi, R. Van Hoof, B. Guo, E. Kunnen, A. Witvrouw and S. Decoutere (IMEC)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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08:55 1761


Thursday, April 29 0930h �������� Technical Session Coffee Break, Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor, and 34th Floor, Hyatt

A2

Nanotechnology General Session

13:40 124

AMOSFETs Fabricated on Grow-in-Place SiNWs – P. Garg, J. Wu and S. J. Fonash (Pennsylvania State University)

14:00 125

High Performance Si Nanowire P-MOSFETs – K. Trivedi, H. Yuk, C. Floresca, W. Hu and M. Kim (University of Texas at Dallas)

14:20 126

Effects of Quantum Confinement on Interrelation Between DOS Spectrum and C(V) Dependence of Si Nanowire-Based MOS Structure – V. Ligatchev and S. Chin (Institute of High Performance Computing)

127

Facile Preparation and Characterizations of Potential Low-Cost Nanostructured Materials for Hydrogen Storage – H. Misran, A. Aminuddin, F. Mohd Zini and R. Singh (Universiti Tenaga Nasional)

15:00 128

Effects of Metallic Nanocrystal Species on the Programmable Memory Characteristics in Nonvolatile Nano-Floating Gate Memory Devices – Y. Park, H. Jung and J. Lee (Kookmin University)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40 129

Shape and Surface Structure Effects on Photocatalysis of TiO2 Nanocrystals – N. Wu and J. Wang (West Virginia University)

16:00 130

Fabrication of TiO2 Nanorod Arrays on a Quartz Substrate Using Anode Oxidation – H. Lin, Y. Chang and C. Chen (National Chiao Tung University)

16:20 131

Self-Organized Titanium Oxide Nanotubes Prepared in Phosphate Electrolytes: Effect of Applied Voltage and Fluorine Concentration – S. Mahshid, A. Dolati, M. Goodarzi and M. Askari (Sharif University of Technology)

16:40 132

Fabrication and Characterization of MetalDoped ZnO Nanorods Based Field Effect Transistors – Y. Park, J. Kim, D. Kim, C. Choi and Y. Hahn (Chonbuk National University)

17:00 133

Influence of the Nitrate Precursors Concentrations on the Growth and Optical Properties of Electrodeposited ZnO Nanowires – M. Khajavi and D. Blackwood (National University of Singapore)

17:20

134

Investigation on Growth of High Density, Highly Vertically Oriented 1D ZnO Nanostructures with High Aspect Ratio by Solely Electrochemical Steps – M. Khajavi and D. Blackwood (National University of Singapore)

17:40

135

Template-Free Electrochemical Growth Zinc and Zinc Oxide Nanostructures below Room Temperature – D. Pradhan, S. Sindhwani and K. Leung (University of Waterloo)

14:40

All Divisions

Thursday, April 29

Regency F, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

08:00

Introductory Remarks (5 Minutes)

08:05 113

Self-Aligned Patterning on Flexible Substrates Using a Dual-Tone Photoresist – C. Willson, W. K. Jen and B. M. Rawlings (The University of Texas)

08:25 114

Pattern Formation in Anodic Aluminum Oxide Growth by Flow Instability and Dynamic Re-Stabilization – D. Barkey and J. McHugh (University of New Hampshire)

08:45 115

Room-Temperature Synthesis of Cobalt Nanoparticles in Aqueous Solution – M. L. Balela, S. Yagi and E. Matsubara (Kyoto University)

09:05 116

Controlled Growth of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Nanowires – Y. Li, H. Liu and Y. Li (Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

09:25 117

Removing 10 nm Ceramic Particles Using a Supersonic Beam of Nanosized Volatile Particles – K. Hwang, I. Kim and J. W. Lee (Pohang Univ. of Sci. & Tech.)

09:45

Intermission (15 Minutes)

10:00 118

EIS Study of Nanostructured Cerium Molybdate Doped Sol-Gel Films on 2024 Aluminum Alloy – K. Yasakau (University of Aveiro), M. Wittmar (INM - Leibniz Institute for New Materials), M. Zheludkevich and M. G. Ferreira (University of Aveiro)

10:20 119

Effect of Nanofillers on the Interfacial Properties of Structural Adhesive Bonds – J. M. Wernik and S. Meguid (University of Toronto)

10:40 120

Electrodeposition of Polypyrrole-Biotin Films by Square Wave Cyclic Voltammetry – N. Pham, A. C. Tavares and L. Dao (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique)

11:00 121

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Artificial Lotus Structure with Hierarchical Silica Particles in Transparent Self-Clean Surface Modifications – L. Liu, C. Lin and P. Chen (National Taiwan University) Dependence of Photoelectrochemical Properties of LDH Nanosheet/CdS Nanoparticle Multilayer Films on Their Stacked Structure – T. Kameyama, K. Okazaki and T. Torimoto (Nagoya University) A New Electroless Technique for the Deposition of Ag Nanoparticles on SiNx:H Dielectric Layers – T. Nychyporuk, Z. Zhan, A. Fave, M. Lemiti (Lyon Institute for Nanotechnologies) and S. Bastide (Institut Chimie et Matériaux Paris - Est) Lunch break (100 Minutes)

B1

Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session Battery / Energy Technology Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Battery Systems - Pack Level

08:00

Introductory Remarks (10 Minutes)

08:10 235

Performance Evaluation of Sandia Prepared Electrodes for Li-Ion Batteries – G. Nagasubramanian and P. E. Roth (Sandia National Labs)

08:30 236

Life Cycle Analysis of Lithium-Ion Batteries under Low-Earth-Orbit Cycling Conditions – Y. Anguchamy and B. Popov (University of South Carolina) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


08:50 237

Study on Temperature-Dependent Power Performance of Rechargeable Lithium Battery – H. Cho and H. Shin (Pusan National University)

14:45 250

Structurally Integrated Cathode Materials for High-Enegy Li-Ion Batteries – I. Belharouak, H. Deng, H. Wu and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)

09:10 238

Initial Characterizations of Commercial Li-Ion Cells Chosen for PHEV Duty Cycle Protocols – M. Dubarry, M. Cugnet, B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa), K. Gering, S. Sazhin, D. Jamison and C. Michelbacher (Idaho National Laboratory)

15:00 251

Modeling Volume-Changes in Porous Electrodes – P. Gomadam (Medtronic) and J. Weidner (University of South Carolina)

252

High-Temperature Performance and Safety Characteristics of High-Energy-Density Cathode Materials – H. Deng, I. Belharouak, H. Wu and K. Amine (Argonne National Laboratory)

Control and Estimation of Uncertain Parameters in Lithium-Ion Battery Packs – T. Aliyev, E. Gatzke and R. White (University of South Carolina)

09:50 240

Thermal Effects in Automotive Li-Ion Batteries during Low Temperature Operation – O. Kwon and C. Wang (Penn State University)

Fuel Cells General Session

15:30

Intermission (15 Minutes)

15:45 253

Alternative Perosvkite Materials as Cathode Materials for Single-Chamber SOFC – C. Gaudillère (IRCELyon), L. Olivier (Université Lyon 1), P. Vernoux (IRCELyon), Z. Shao (State Key Laboratory of Materials-Oriented Chemical Engineering) and D. Farrusseng (Université Lyon 1)

16:00 254

Interfacial Properties of Fullerene Coated Silicon Film as an Anode Material for Lithium Secondary Batteries: Effect of Coating Layer Thickness – A. Arie and J. Lee (KIST)

General Session

10:10

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:30 241

Nanoindentation Testing of Lithium-Ion Battery Separators – M. Lukitsch, M. Balogh, C. Wong (General Motors Global R&D) and I. C. Halalay (General Motors Global R &D)

10:45 242

Si/C and Li-Si/C Based Nanocomposite Anodes for Lithium-Ion Batteries – M. Datta and P. Kumta (University of Pittsburgh)

11:00 243

Measuring Li Diffusion and Electrochemical Processes on the Nanoscale – N. Balke, S. Jesse, Y. Kim, L. Adamczyk, N. J. Dudney and S. Kalinin (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)

11:15

244

11:30 245

11:45

246

Towards a Fully Printable Battery: Robocast Deposition of Printable Separators – K. Fenton (University of New Mexico), P. Clem, C. Apblett (Sandia National Laboratories) and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

Effect of Surface Modification of Electrode on Electrochemical Performance and Safety of Li-Ion Batteries – Y. Li, Y. Kuo (National Central University), C. Yang, J. Pan (Industrial Technology Research Institute) and P. Chu (National Central University) Lunch break (120 Minutes)

14:00 247

Computer-Aided Optimization of Macroscopic Design Factors for Lithium-Ion Cell Performance and Life – K. Smith, G. Kim and A. Pesaran (National Renewable Energy Laboratory)

248

14:30 249

Thermal Collapse of Nanopores in Palladium Alloys and Their Hydrides – D. B. Robinson, M. Ong, B. Jacobs, M. Langham and S. Fares (Sandia National Laboratories)

16:30 256

Porous Electrode and Nonequilibrium Water Transport Modelling in Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells – N. Mellgren (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)), M. Vynnycky (University of Limerick) and A. Dahlkild (Royal Institute of Technology (KTH))

257

Hysteresis Phenomena in PEM Fuel Cells Materials Degradation: A Multiscale Modeling Viewpoint – A. A. Franco, S. Cheah (Atomic Energy Commission of France (CEA)/LITEN/ DTH/LCPEM) and O. Lemaire (CEA/LITEN/ DTH/LCPEM)

16:45

Mechanical Hysteresis in Lithium Polymer Batteries Due to Viscoelastic Response of Polymer Separator – C. Peabody and C. B. Arnold (Princeton University)

12:00

14:15

255

16:15

Synthesize Confined Structure of Sn/C-C (MWCNT) Composite Anode Materials for Lithium-Ion Battery by the Carbothermal Reduction method – Y. Jhan (National Tsing Hua University) and J. Duh (National TsingHua University) Optimal Design of Electrode Material Properties for Lithium-Ion Batteries – V. Ramadesigan, R. N. Methekar, V. Subramanian (Washington University), F. Latinwo and R. Braatz (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

17:00 258

Competitions and Synergies Between Electrochemical Aging Mechanisms in PEM Fuel Cells – A. A. Franco (Atomic Energy Commission of France (CEA)/LITEN/DTH/ LCPEM) and O. Lemaire (CEA/LITEN/DTH/ LCPEM)

17:15

259

A Mathematical Model Showing Temperature Variations in a Direct Propane Fuel Cell – H. Khakdaman, Y. Bourgault (University of Ottawa) and M. Ternan (EnPross Inc)

17:30

260

Pt-Ag Alloys for Oxygen Reduction in Alkaline Media – S. Schwamborn (Analytische Chemie - Elektroanalytik & Sensorik) and W. Schuhmann (RuhrUniversitaet Bochum)

17:45

261

Two-Phase Flow Pressure Drop Hysteresis in PEM Fuel Cell Flow Channels – R. Anderson, D. Wilkinson, X. Bi and L. Zhang (University of British Columbia)

107

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09:30 239

15:15


B4

Biological Fuel Cells 4

Energy Technology / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Materials II Co-Chairs: Glenn Johnson and Wolfgang Schuhmann

14:00 452

Engineering Enzymes for High Power Biofuel Cells – N. Mano (CRPP - UPR 8642)

14:40 453

Carbon Nanotubes as a Conductive Interface for Enzymatic Fuel Cell Designs – H. Luckarift, R. Ramasamy, L. Barnes (Air Force Research Laboratory), D. Ivnitski, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), R. Pachter and G. R. Johnson (Air Force Research Laboratory)

15:00 454

Bioelectrocatalytic Reaction of Fructose Dehydrogenase on Mesoporous Carbon Electrodes – S. Tsujimura, A. Nishina, Y. Hamano (Kyoto University), S. Shiraishi (Gunma University) and K. Kano (Kyoto University)

15:20 455

Effect of Nanostructured Carbon Electrode Surfaces on the Percentage of Adsorbed Redox Enzyme Molecules in Direct Electron Transfer Contact – F. Chekin (Mazandaran University), V. Coman (DTU Nanotech Technical University of Denmark), F. Tasca, M. N. Zafar (Lund University), G. Safina (University of Gotherburg), W. Harreither, R. Ludwig (University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences) and L. Gorton (Lund University)

15:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 456

Nanobiocatalysis and Its Potential Applications in Biofuel Cells – J. Kim (Korea University)

16:20 457

Engineered Bio-Nano Materials for Improved Biofuel Cell Electrodes – N. Akers (Akermin), W. L. Gellett, J. Schumacher, D. Le (Akermin, Inc.), W. Patterson (University of New Mexico) and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

16:40 458

Use of Chitosan in the Development of Mesoporous Carbon Structures for Use in Bioelectrocatalysis – K. Sjöholm, R. Arechederra, E. Schwarz (Saint Louis University), M. Cooney (University of Hawaii) and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)

17:00 459

Biofuel Cell Based on Printed Bioelectrocatalytic Layers – M. H. Smolander, A. Vaari, S. Tuurala, M. Valkiainen, H. Boer, A. Koivula, J. Keskinen, O. Kaukoniemi, J. Uotila (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland) and M. Bergelin (Åbo Akademi, Process Chemistry Centre)

17:20 460

Development of Sol-Gel Bioelectrodes for Low Temperature Biofuel Cell: Covalent Immobilization of Glucose Oxidase and Laccase on Conductive Carbon-Chitosan Composites – C. E. La Rotta, G. Ciniciato and E. Gonzalez (University of São Paulo)

Regency E, 3rd Floor, Hyatt Mediators & Materials I Co-Chairs: Jungbae Kim and Sergey Shleev

08:00 442

08:20 443

Methylene Green Electrodeposited on SWNTs-Based “Bucky Papers” for NADH and L-Malate Oxidation. – C. W. Narváez Villarrubia, R. A. Rincón (University of New Mexico), P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico), V. Radhakrishnan and V. Davis (Auburn University)

08:40 444

Characterization of Redox Hydrogel ThinFilm Electrodes for Precise Estimate of Hydrogel Transport Properties and Kinetic Parameters of Enzymes – D. Chakraborty and S. Calabrese Barton (Michigan State University)

09:00 445

Flow-Through 3D Biofuel Cell Anodes for NAD-Dependent Enzymes – R. A. Rincón (University of New Mexico), C. Lau and P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico)

09:20 446

Thursday, April 29

Cyclic Voltammetric Study of Glucose Oxidation in Alkaline Solution with the Presence of Viologen – J. Kim, N. Zhao (University of Hawaii at Manoa), D. Scott (Brigham Young University - Hawaii), M. Dubarry and B. Liaw (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

Poly(Methylene Blue) and Poly(Methylene Green): Comparison Between the Electrochemical and Chemical Syntheses, Chemical Properties and Application as an NADH Electrocatalyst – M. Arechederra, C. Jenkins (Saint Louis University), R. A. Rincón (University of New Mexico), K. Artyushkova, P. Atanassov (The University of New Mexico) and S. Minteer (Saint Louis University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 447

Redoxpolymers and Nanostructured Electrode Surfaces: Design and Optimization of Biofuel Cell Electrodes – W. Schuhmann (Ruhr-Universitaet Bochum)

10:40 448

Investigation of Conducting Polymers Containing Amino Reactive Groups for Enzyme Immobilization by Microencapsulation in Biofuel Cells – M. Hébert and D. Rochefort (Université de Montréal)

11:00 449

Combining Mediator and Enzyme Libraries for Biocatalytic Fuel Cell Performance – D. Leech (National University of Ireland, Galway), P. Kavanagh (National University of Ireland), S. Boland, R. Saravanan and P. Jenkins (National University of Ireland, Galway)

11:20 450

New Materials for Biofuel Cell Anodes Based on Linear Poly(ethylenimine) and Ferrocene – M. Meredith, D. Schmidtke and D. Glatzhofer (University of Oklahoma)

11:40

108

451

High-Surface-Area Bioanode Made of Redox Polymer Grafted Carbon and Glucose Oxidase – T. Tamaki (Tokyo Institute of Technology), A. Hiraide (The University of Tokyo), H. Ohashi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), T. Ito and T. Yamaguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology and The University of Tokyo)

B7

Electrode Processes Relevant to Fuel Cell Technology

Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Energy Technology Regency A, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

PEM Catalysis: Alcohol Fuels Co-Chairs: S. Bergens and P. Pickup

08:00 602

Toward an Effective Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell – A. B. Bocarsly, E. Niangar and M. Lieb (Princeton University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


08:20 603

In Situ Infrared Spectroscopy Study of Ethanol Oxidation on Pt and PtSn-Based Trimetallic Anode Electrocatalysts for Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell – S. Beyhan, F. Kadirgan (Istanbul Technical University) and J. Léger (University of Poitiers)

15:00 616

Equivalent Weight Influence on Fuel Cell Performance of the Catalyst Layers Prepared by Reactive Spraying Deposition Technology – Z. Xie, M. Haldane, J. Roller, R. Neagu, R. Maric, T. Navessin and S. Holdcroft (Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation)

08:40 604

Mechanistic Studies of Ethanol Oxidation in a Direct Ethanol Fuel Cell – D. D. James, G. Li and P. G. Pickup (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

15:20

617

09:00 605

Electrodeposited Pt-Ir Thin Films as Efficient Anode Materials for Direct Methanol Fuel Cells – E. N. El Sawy and V. I. Birss (University of Calgary)

Investigation of Proton Transport in the Catalyst Layer of PEM Fuel Cells by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy – M. Cimenti, D. Bessarabov (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation), M. Tam (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corporation) and J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation)

09:20 606

Increasing and Decreasing Mass Transport Effects in the Oxidation of Small Organic Molecules – F. Seland, R. Tunold (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) and D. Harrington (University of Victoria)

09:40 607

Prototype 2-Propanol Alkaline Fuel Cells and a Synthesis of Ni-Pt Catalysts with Low Pt Loadings Located Primarily at the Surface – M. Markiewicz (University of Alberta), L. Menard (GE Water & Process Technologies), S. Francis and S. H. Bergens (University of Alberta) Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:20 608

Anode Catalysis in Direct Formic Acid Fuel Cells – X. Yu and P. G. Pickup (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

10:40 609

Strategies for Improving the Anode Performance in Direct Liquid Fuel Cells with Low Pt Load – T. Cheng (Ballard Power Systems), D. Lycke (Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc.) and E. Gyenge (University of British Columbia)

11:00

610

Dynamic Impedance of Formic Acid Electrooxidation on Polycrystalline Palladium – R. L. Sacci and D. Harrington (University of Victoria)

11:20

611

Broad-Band Sum Frequency Generation Study of Formic Acid Chemisorption on a Pt(100) Electrode – R. L. Behrens, A. Lagutchev, D. Dlott and A. Wieckowski (University of Illinois)

11:40

612

CO and Formic Acid Oxidation on Multiparticle Electrodes – I. Z. Kiss (Saint Louis University)

Intermission (20 Minutes)

16:00 618

Model-Based Deconvolution of Potential Losses in a PEM Fuel Cell – M. Baghalha, M. Eikerling (Simon Fraser University) and J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation)

16:20

619

Analytical Performance Modeling of Microfluidic Fuel Cells – L. Xiaoye (Royal Institute of Technology) and E. Kjeang (Simon Fraser University)

16:40 620

Correlation Between Electrochemical Properties and Local and/or Electronic Structures of Pt Core-Shell Catalyst for PEFCs – Y. Uchimoto, H. Aoki, S. Urata and T. Fukutsuka (Kyoto University)

17:00 621

Study of Spatial PEMFC Performance under CO Poisoning Using Segmented Cell Approach – T. Reshetenko, K. Bethune and R. Rocheleau (University of Hawaii)

17:20

622

The Impact of sub ppm Carbon Monoxide and ppm Level CO/Toluene and Methylcyclohexane/CO Mixtures on PEMFC Performance and Durability – M. Angelo (University of Hawaii at Manoa), K. Bethune (University of Hawaii) and R. Rocheleau (University of Hawaii at Manoa)

17:40

623

PEM Fuel Cells Catalyst Layers: Microstructure and Mass Transport Properties – T. Soboleva (Simon Fraser University), X. Zhao, K. Malek (NRC-IFCI), Z. Xie (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), T. Navessin (NRC-IFCI) and S. Holdcroft (Simon Fraser University)

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 7

B11 High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

PEM Performance Co-Chairs: M. Cimenti and V. Birss

Conducting Ceramics - General Co-Chairs: Stu Adler and Martin Søgaard

14:00 613

08:00 722

Ionic and Electronic Conductivity of Nanometer Sized Samaria-Doped Ceria Ceramics – E. Souza (Energy and Nuclear Research Institute), W. Chueh (California Institute of Technology), E. Muccillo (Energy and Nuclear Research Institute) and S. Haile (California Institute of Technology)

08:20 723

Significantly Enhanced Performance of the GdBaCo2O5+δ Cathodes with Active Ce0.8Sm0.2O1.9 Nanoparticles – B. Wei, Z. Lü, D. Jia, T. Wei, X. Huang, Y. Zhang and W. Su (Harbin Institute of Technology)

08:40 724

Local Charge Distribution Near Grain Boundaries of Nanocrystalline GDC – W. Lee (Stanford University), M. Lee (Seoul National University), H. Jung and F. Prinz (Stanford University)

14:20

14:40

614

615

Fingerprints of Automotive Fuel Cell Cathode Catalyst Degradation – S. Kundu, D. Bessarabov, M. Cimenti, S. Lee and J. Stumper (Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation) Investigation of Electrode Composition of Polymer Fuel Cells by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Conductive AFM – K. Friedrich, N. Wagner, T. Kaz, A. Bauder (German Aerospace Center), R. Hiesgen and I. Wehl (University of Applied Sciences Esslingen) Use of Patterned Cathodes to Understand Cathode Performance during Fuel Cell Operation – L. Miara (Boston University), K. Yoon, L. Saraf (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), U. Pal and S. Gopalan (Boston University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

109

Thursday, April 29

10:00

15:40


09:00 725

Mixed Conductivity and Surface Reaction Kinetics of Pr-Sr-Fe-Based Perovskite-Type Oxides – Y. Nakashima and H. Takamura (Tohoku University)

09:20 726

Multidimensional Modeling of Thin Film Mixed Conductors: The Case of Ceria – F. Ciucci (University of Heidelberg), Y. Hao and W. Chueh (California Institute of Technology)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 727

Opportunities and Limitations of PerovskiteFluorite Composite Ceramic Electrodes – M. Mogensen (Technical University of Denmark)

10:20 728

10:40 729

11:00 730

11:20

Thursday, April 29

11:40

731

732

Improvements in Atom Probe Tomography for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Materials – N. Vito (University of Florida), E. Wachsman (University of Maryland) and K. Jones (University of Florida) Structural, Chemical and Electronic Inhomogeneities on La0.8Sr 0.2MnO3 Dense Thin-Film Surfaces – K. Katsiev, B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), S. Krause, C. Heske (University of Nevada - Las Vegas), H. Du and P. Salvador (Carnegie Mellon University) Electronic and Local Structures of Nd2NiO4+δ Epitaxial Thin Films Investigated by DepthResolved In Situ XAS – K. Amezawa (Tohoku University), T. Ina, Y. Orikasa (Kyoto University), A. Yamada (University of Tokyo), T. Fukutsuka (Kyoto University), A. Unemoto (Tohoku University), M. Takagaki, T. Uruga, H. Tanida, H. Toyokawa, Y. Terada (JASRI), T. Kawada (Tohoku University) and Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University) Conductivity and Defect Chemistry Modeling of Oxygen Nonstoichiometry in Cr1+εMn2-ε O4 Spinels – J. Ostby, F. W. Poulsen (Risoe DTU) and T. Jacobsen (Danish Technical University) Defects and Ionic Conductivity in Single Crystal TlBr – S. R. Bishop, H. Tuller (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), W. Higgins, A. Churilov, G. Ciampi, L. Cirignano, H. Kim, F. Olschner, J. Tower and K. Shah (Radiation Monitoring Devices, Inc.)

Li and Na Ion Conductors Co-Chairs: Elisabeth Djurado and Enrico Traversa

14:00 733

Synthesis and Li-Ion Transport Mechanism of Li1.4 [M0.4N1.6](PO4) 3 (M= Al, Ga,) (N= Ti, Ge,) Electrolyte – P. Rayavarapu and S. Adams (National University of Singapore)

14:20 734

Ultrafast Lithium Migration by Heterogeneous Doping in Surface Modified LixFePO4 – S. Adams and H. Choo (National University of Singapore)

14:40 735

Preparation and Characterization of Fast Ion Conducting Lithium Thio-Germanate ThinFilms Grown by RF Magnetron Sputtering – S. W. Martin and I. Seo (Iowa State University)

15:00 736

Spray-Drying Synthesis of Lithium-Excess Li4+xTi5-x-yNbyO12 and Electrode Properties for Li-Ion Batteries – N. Kumagai, D. Yoshikawa, Y. Kadoma and K. Ui (Iwate University)

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15:20 737

Interaction of Intercalated Li with Oxygen Vacancies in TiO2 and Its Effect on the Mobility of Li+ and e- Species – P. V. Sushko (University College London) and K. Rosso (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)

15:40 738

Fabrication of Thin-Walled β”-Alumina Electrolyte for Use in Na/NiCl2 Cells – A. Mali and A. Petric (McMaster University)

D1

Corrosion General Session Corrosion

Regency D, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Conversion Coatings Co-Chairs: A. Alfantazi and V. J. Gelling

08:00 897

Corrosion Protection Mechanisms of CeriumBased Conversion Coatings on Aluminum Alloys – W. Pinc, S. Maddela, W. Fahrenholtz and M. O’Keefe (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

08:20 898

Acid Pickling Treatments to Enhance the Performance of Cerium Conversion Coating on AZ31 Magnesium Alloys – H. Su, Y. Huang (National Taiwan University), W. Li (Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan) and C. Lin (National Taiwan University)

08:40 899

Directly Deposited CePO4 Coatings for the Corrosion Protection of Al 2024-T3 – D. K. Heller, W. Fahrenholtz, M. O’Keefe (Missouri University of Science and Technology) and G. Fair (WPAFB AFRL/RXLN)

09:00 900

Effect of Humidity on Cerium Based Conversion Coatings – S. Joshi, W. Fahrenholtz and M. O’Keefe (Missouri University of Science and Technology)

09:20 901

Characterization of Transport Processes in a Praseodymium-Based Coating – B. L. Treu, W. Pinc, W. Fahrenholtz, M. O’Keefe (Missouri University of Science and Technology), E. Morris and R. Albers (Deft Inc.)

09:40 902

Electrochemical Analysis of a Polypyrrole/ Aluminum Flake Composite Pigment: The Influence of the Dopant – C. Vetter, M. Yan (North Dakota State University), S. Hoge (Purdue) and V. J. Gelling (North Dakota State University)

10:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

Coating Performance Co-Chairs: V. J. Gelling and H. G. Wheat

10:20 903

Coatings for Early Corrosion Detection – H. G. Wheat and G. Liu (University of Texas at Austin)

10:40 904

The Electrochemical Polarization and Galvanic Couple Behavior of the Primary Phase of 55% Al-Zn Coating – T. A. Lowe, G. Wallace (University of Wollongong) and A. Neufeld (BlueScope Steel)

11:00 905

Investigation of the Corrosion Barrier Properties of Multilayer Oxides by High Throughput Electrochemical Screening – T. Muster (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering), S. Dligatch, T. Markley, P. Martin, A. Bendavid, D. Lau, A. Trinchi and A. Bradbury (CSIRO Materials Science & Engineering)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


14:00 906

Corrosion Protection for 316 Stainless Steel Using Nanoporous, Nanoparticulate Thin-Films Oxide Coatings – M. Tejedor (University of Wisconsin, Madison) and M. Anderson (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

14:20 907

Electrodeposited Ni-Al2O3 Composite Coatings from Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Fluid – S. Chung, S. Chiu and W. Tsai (National Cheng Kung University)

14:40 908

Microstructures and Corrosion Properties of Multilayered TiAlN/SiNx Coatings – Y. Chan and J. Duh (National Tsing-Hua University)

15:00

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:20 909

Review of Studies on Corrosion of Electrodeposited Nanocrystalline Metals and Alloys – N. Nik Masdek (UBC) and A. Alfantazi (University of British Columbia)

15:40 910

Corrosion Protection of Steel by Al-Mg Plasma Spray Coating – Y. Takeyoshi (Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.), S. Takase, Y. Shimizu (Kyushu Institute of Technology), M. Sueyoshi and Y. Uchida (Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.)

16:00 911

The Effect of Copper Undercoat on the Corrosion and Wear Resistance of a Cr-C Deposit Electroplated from a Trivalent Chromium-Based Bath – Y. Liu, S. Hsu, C. Chuang and C. Huang (Chang Gung University)

16:20 912

Improvement of Electrochemical Migration Resistance by Sn Coating on Cu Electrode in Printed Circuit Board – M. Jung, S. Lee, H. Lee (Seoul National University), C. Ryu, Y. Ko, H. Min (Samsung Electro-Mechanics) and Y. Joo (Seoul National University)

F1

10:50 1237

Alloying Effects on the Selective Dissolution of CuZr-Based Metallic Glasses – Z. Wang and J. Wang (Institute of Metal Research)

11:10 1238

Origin of Interface Instability during the Initial Growth of Porous Anodic Oxide Films – K. Hebert and W. Hong (Iowa State University)

11:40 1239

In Situ Mass and Stress Measurement during Sn Electrodeposition Using an Electrochemical Double Quartz Crystal Microbalance (E-DQCM) Technique – J. Li (University of Kentucky), X. Xiao (General Motors Global R&D Center), F. Yang and Y. Cheng (University of Kentucky)

G3

Electrochemical Technologies for Hydrogen Production

Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering / Energy Technology / High Temperature Materials Plaza C, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Solar Electrolysis I Co-Chairs: V. (Ravi) Subramanian and S. N. Lvov

08:00 1341

A Solar Process to End Anthropogenic Global Warming? The STEP (Solar Thermal Electrochemical Photo) Generation of Energetic Molecules – S. Licht (George Washington University)

08:20 1342

Modelling and Evaluation of a Photoelectrochemical Reactor for H2 Production – C. Carver, Z. Ulissi, C. Ong, S. Dennison, K. Hellgardt and G. Kelsall (Imperial College London)

08:40 1343

(Invited) New Materials Search for Solar Hydrogen Using Nanowires – M. K. Sunkara, C. Pendyala, B. Chernomordik, D. Cummins, H. Russell, J. Kim and J. Thangala (University of Louisville)

09:20 1344

Conductive Polymer-Titania Photocathode Development for Hydrogen Production – D. Bruce (UBC) and D. Wilkinson (University of British Columbia)

Dealloying Process and Related Synthetic Opportunities Electrodeposition / Corrosion Georgia A, 2nd Floor, Hyatt

Dealloying Processes Co-Chairs: R. C. Newman and T. P. Moffat

08:00 1232

Electrochemical BET or UPD of Metals in Surface Area Measurements – Y. Liu, S. Bliznakov and N. Dimitrov (SUNY at Binghamton)

08:30 1233

In Situ STM Studies of Electrochemical Alloying-Dealloying of an Atomic Layer Deposited on Au(111) – A. Damian, F. Maroun and P. Allongue (CNRS-Ecole Polytechnique)

09:00 1234

Surface Alloying/Dealloying in UPD Systems: Pb/Au(111) and Pb/Cu(100) – N. Vasiljevic, J. Nutariya, J. Velleuer and W. Schwarzacher (University of Bristol)

09:30

Intermission (20 Minutes)

09:50 1235

Microstructure and Optical Properties of Nanoporous Metals Synthesized by Dealloying – M. Chen (Tohoku University)

10:20 1236

Analytical Applications of Porous Gold Electrodes Prepared from Electrochemical Alloying/Dealloying Process – C. Tai, J. Chang, Y. Lin, W. Hsuei, W. Lo and I. Sun (National Cheng Kung University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

Solar Electrolysis II Co-Chairs: S. N. Lvov and V. (Ravi) Subramanian

10:00 1345

Hybrid Noble Metal-Semiconductor Nanomaterials for Efficient Electrochemical Hydrogen Generation – M. Dirmyer, E. Luther, A. Burrell, B. Tappan and A. H. Mueller (Los Alamos National Lab)

10:20 1346

Nanostructured MoS2 for Solar Hydrogen Production – Z. Chen, S. Choi, J. Kibsgaard and T. Jaramillo (Stanford University)

10:40 1347

In Search of Efficient Anode and Cathode Materials for Double Junction Amorphous Solar Cell Driven all Solar Electrolysis of Water to Hydrogen and Oxygen Gases – M. Frites (Duquesne University), W. Ingler Jr. (University of Toledo) and S. U. Khan (Duquesne University)

11:00 1348

Manganese Oxide Thin Films for Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production – B. A. Pinaud and T. Jaramillo (Stanford University)

11:20 1349

Photoelectrochemical Behavior of Birnessitetype MnO2 Nanosheet in Response to Visible Light – Y. Hsu (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica), Y. Chen, L. Chen (National Taiwan University) and K. Chen (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica) 111

Thursday, April 29

Coatings by Various Application Techniques Co-Chairs: H. G. Wheat and D. C. Hansen


H4

Carbon Nanotubes and Nanostructures: Applications and Devices

11:20 1590

High Density Directly-Grown Carbon Nanotube Layer for Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell Application – H. Du (National Taiwan University), C. Wang (Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University), S. Yen (Chemical Engineering Department, National Taiwan University), L. Chen (Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University) and K. Chen (Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica)

11:40 1591

Transport and Electrochemical Properties of Nanocomposite Polyelectrolyte Membranes Based on Nafion Ionomer and Functionalized Carbon Nanotube – M. Hasani-Sadrabadi, S. Ghaffarian, E. Dashtimoghadam and F. Majedi (Amirkabir University of Technology)

12:00 1592

(Invited) New Vistas in Fullerene Endohedrals and Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes – M. Yamada, T. Tsuchiya, T. Akasaka (University of Tsukuba), Y. Maeda (Tokyo Gakugei University) and S. Nagase (Institute for Molecular Science)

Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures Cypress, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Advances in Modeling Co-Chairs: Rotkin, Gogotsi, and Heben

08:00 1581

08:20 1582

(Invited) Tunable Bandgaps and Excitons in Doped Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes Made Possible by Acoustic Plasmons – C. Spataru and F. Leonard (Sandia National Laboratories) (Invited) Molecular Transport in Carboneous Nanochannels: Drag, Electro-Osmosis, Switches, Sieves – P. Kral (University of Illinois at Chicago), B. Wang (University of Illinois at Chicago, Northwestern University), A. Titov (University of Illinois at Chicago, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), E. Vokac (University of Illinois at Chicago, University of Texas at Austin), L. Vukovic (University of Illinois at Chicago) and K. Sint (University of Illinois at Chicago, Yale University)

08:40 1583

(Invited) Casimir Interactions Between Scatterers in Carbon Nanotubes – D. Zhabinskaya (University of Pennsylvania)

09:00 1584

Counterion Condensation on a Polyelectrolyte in the Presence of an Electronically Responsive Cylinder in an Electrolyte Solution – O. Malysheva, T. Tang and P. Schiavone (University of Alberta)

Thursday, April 29

Advances in Devices and Synthesis Co-Chairs: Gogotsi and Kral

09:20 1585

Two-Dimensional Hexagonally Ordered Mesoporous Carbon Synthesized Via a OneStep Method for Supercapacitors – T. Zhou, F. Jiang, N. Xia, J. Chen and D. Yuan (Jinnan University)

09:40

Intermission (20 Minutes)

10:00 1586

Carbon Nanostructured Supercapacitors with Large Areal Capacitances – J. McDonough, J. Choi, Y. Yang, F. La Mantia (Stanford University), Y. Zhang (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) and Y. Cui (Stanford University)

10:20 1587

Stretchable Supercapacitors from Carbon Nanotubes – B. Wei, C. Masarapu, J. Rong (University of Delaware), C. Yu and H. Jiang (Arizona State University)

10:40 1588

Design of Carbon Nanotube-Based Hybrid Catalyst for Nonhumid Fuel Cell – T. Fujigaya, M. Okamoto, K. Matsumoto and N. Nakashima (Kyushu University)

11:00 1589

Multifunctional Graphitic Nanotube/Nanofiber Compositions for the Sorption and Catalytic Degradation of Vapor-Phase Toxins – J. W. Long, M. Laskoski, T. Keller, K. Pettigrew, S. Qadri (Naval Research Laboratory), G. Peterson and B. Schindler (Edgewood Chemical/ Biological Center)

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Electrochemical Nano/Bio Sensors 2

Sensor / Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry / Organic and Biological Electrochemistry / High Temperature Materials Seymour, 34th Floor, Hyatt

Optical Applications

08:00 1829

Cadmium-Free Quantum Dots for Cell Imaging – H. Xu, L. Li (Ocean NanoTech), Z. Aguilar (Ocean Nano Tech, LLC), H. Wei (Nanchang University) and Y. A. Wang (Ocean NanoTech)

08:25 1830

Multilayer Silver Nanoparticles Modified Optical Fiber Tip for High Performance SERS Remote Sensing – M. Fan, G. Andrade and A. Brolo (University of Victoria)

08:50 1831

Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of the Heterogeneity of DNA Monolayers on Gold Using In Situ Fluorescence Microscopy – J. Murphy (University of British Columbia), A. Cheng, H. Yu (SFU) and D. Bizzotto (University of British Columbia)

09:15 1832

Evaluation of Electrochemiluminescent Metabolic Toxicity Screening Arrays with Multiple Compounds – S. Pan, L. Zhao and J. Rusling (University of Connecticut)

Biomolecular

10:00 1833

Design Tools for Characterization of Microeddy Hydrodynamic Tweezers – T. A. House, V. Lieu, B. Lutz and D. Schwartz (University of Washington)

10:25 1834

Nanomaterial Interfaces at Electrochemical Carbon-Based Sensors for DNA Damage Detection – J. Labuda, D. Simkova, K. Benikova (Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava), A. Ferancova (University of Kuopio, Department of Environmental Sciences, Mikkeli, Finland) and V. Vyskocil (Charles University in Prague, UNESCO Laboratory of Environmental Electrochemistry)

10:50 1835

Morphological Study and Utilization of Galvanostatically Deposited Ultra-thin Polypyrrole-Glucose Oxidase Film for Potentiometric Detection of Glucose – J. Ayenimo and S. B. Adeloju (Monash University) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


Enhancement of Electrocatalytic Activity of DNA-Conjugated Gold Nanoparticles and Its Application to DNA Detection – J. Das (Pusan National University), K. Jo (Pusan National Institute) and H. Yang (Pusan National University)

11:40 1837

Impedance-Based Sensor Using Gold Nanoparticle-Ara h 2-2 Film for Detection of Anti-Peanut IgE Allergy Biomarkers – H. Liu (Beijing Normal University), R. Malhotra, M. Peczuh and J. Rusling (University of Connecticut)

12:05 1838

Direct Electrochemistry Based H2O2 Biosensors – C. Li, C. Guo and S. Bao (Nanyang Technological University)

Friday, April 30 0930h �������� Technical Session Coffee Break, Regency Foyer, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

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Batteries and Energy Technology Joint General Session Battery / Energy Technology Regency C, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

General Session

Electrode Materials

14:00 1839

Glassy Carbon Paste Composite Electrodes for the Electroanalytical Determination of Ciprofloxacin Antibiotic – A. Alsharaa (KFUPM)

14:25 1840

Electrochemical Biosensor Utilizing Nitrogen-Incorporated Nanodiamond UltraMicroelectrode Array – S. Raina, W. Kang, J. Davidson (Vanderbilt University) and J. Huang (National Tsing Hua Univesity)

08:00

Intermission (10 Minutes)

08:10 262

Adhesion and Thermal Stability of the Low Emissivity Electroplated Au Coatings on 304L Stainless Steel for the Thermal Management – N. Y. Yang, J. Jorenby, M. Clift, J. Hachman, J. Chames and A. Gardea (Sandia National Laboratories)

08:30 263

Solid State EDLCS Using Various Ionic Polymers: A Study – C. Subramaniam (Advanced Research Centre International)

14:50 1841

Size- and Shape-Dependent Electrochemical Stability and Biosensing Properties of Surface-Attached Metal Nanostructures – F. Zamborini, O. Ivanova and S. Beeram (University of Louisville)

08:50 264

15:15 1842

Nanofabrication of Robust Nanoelectrodes for Electrochemical Applications – K. Dawson, J. Strutwolf, D. Arrigan, A. Quinn and A. J. O’Riordan (Tyndall National Insitiute)

Performance and Durability of Pd-Alloy Electrocatalysts for Oxygen Reduction Synthesized Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide – S. Ang and D. Walsh (University of Nottingham)

09:10 265

15:40 1843

Graphene Nanosheet Composed Functional Electrodes for Biosensing Applications – S. Alwarappan and C. Li (Florida International University)

Detailed Chemical Characterization of the PEMFC Materials Aging: Identification of the Mitigating Role of an Anodic CO Contamination on Cathode Degradation – V. Parry, G. Berthomé, J. Joud (SIMaP), O. Lemaire (CEA/LITEN/DTH/LCPEM) and A. A. Franco (Atomic Energy Commission of France (CEA)/LITEN/DTH/LCPEM)

09:30 266

Electrodeposition of CoMn onto Stainless Steels Interconnects for Increased Lifetimes in SOFCs – T. Hall, H. McCrabb (Faraday Technology, Inc.), J. Wu, H. Zhang, X. Liu (West Virginia University) and E. Taylor (Faraday Technology, Inc.)

09:50

Intermission (30 Minutes)

10:20 267

Finite Element Analysis of a Sodium-Metal Halide Electrochemical Cell – M. Vallance and D. B. Hall (GE Global Research)

10:40 268

Electrocatalysis of Oxygen Reduction on Non-Precious Metallic Centers at High pH Environments – N. Ramaswamy and S. Mukerjee (Northeastern University)

11:00 269

Crossover Effects on Product Distribution of Ethanol Oxidation at Various Anode Catalysts – D. D. James, G. Li and P. G. Pickup (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

Cellular Analysis

16:20 1844

16:45 1845

17:10 1846

17:35 1847

Electrochemical Gene-Function Analysis for Single Cells with Addressable Microelectrode/ Microwell Arrays – T. M. Matsue (Tohoku University), Z. Lin (Tohoku University, Fuzhou University), Y. Takahashi, K. Ino and H. Shiku (Tohoku University) Multianalyte Microphysiometry: Electrochemistry in Very Small Volumes – D. Cliffel, J. McKenzie and L. Hiatt (Vanderbilt University) Magnetic Bead Detection Spin Valve Sensors for Cellular Analysis – J. Suh, K. Song, C. Chae, J. Kang and K. Kim (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute) SERS Sensor Design for Extracellular Product Detection – I. Nwaneshiudu, Q. Yu and D. Schwartz (University of Washington)

18:00 1848

Microeddy Single-Cell Trapping with Embedded SERS Nanosensors for Extracellular Product Detection – V. H. Lieu, I. Nwaneshiudu, T. A. House, Q. Yu, B. Lutz and D. Schwartz (University of Washington)

18:25 1849

Growth of ZnO Nanorods and Its Potential Application as Intracellular Potentiometric Selective Ion Sensor – M. Asif, N. H. Alvi, O. Nur, M. Willander, P. Strålfors and F. Elinder (Linkoping University)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

11:20

270

Fabrication and Properties of SnO2 -Based Inert Gas Anodes for Electrowinning – T. Mokkelbost, O. Paulsen (SINTEF Materials and Chemistry), S. Xiao, G. Haarberg and A. Ratvik (Norwegian University of Science and Technology)

11:40

271

Characterization of the Wetting Properties of Gas Diffusion Layers by the Dynamic Wilhelmy Plate Method: Effects of the Temperature of Liquid Water – V. Parry, E. Appert and J. Joud (SIMaP) 113

Friday, April 30

11:15 1836


12:00

Lunch break (120 Minutes)

09:20 743

14:00 272

Effect of MEA Fabrication and Testing Parameters on the Performance of Direct Ethanol Fuel Cells – V. Alzate, K. Fatih (National Research Council of Canada) and H. Wang (National Research Council Canada)

Anomalous Transport of a Thermal Disturbance in a Planar SOFC Stack – A. Kulikovsky (Research Centre Juelich, IEF-3)

09:40 744

A First-Principles-Based Comparison Between Ruthenium- and Neobium-Doped Titanium Dioxide as Catalyst Support for HighTemperature Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells – E. S. Dy, Z. Shi (NRC-IFCI), R. Hui, J. Zhang (NRC Institute for Fuel Cell Innovation), Z. Liu (NRC-IFCI) and D. Jones (Institut Charles Gerhardt de Montpellier, CNRS UMR)

14:20

273

Catalyst Degration and Cell Voltage Decay in High Temperature PEMFC – J. O. Park, T. Kim (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology), Y. Aihara, M. Takezawa (Samsung Yokohama Research Institute) and S. Choi (Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology)

14:40

274

High Efficiency Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide to Formate in a Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Cell – S. R. Narayan, B. Haines, J. Soler and T. Valdez (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

15:00 275

Improved Maximum Power Density of Alkaline Membrane Fuel Cells by the Optimization of Catalyst Layer Construction – K. Fukuta, H. Inoue, Y. Chikashige and H. Yanagi (Tokuyama Corporation)

15:20

Intermission (20 Minutes)

15:40

276

The Effect of Clamping Pressure on GDL Porosity – M. Arzutug and M. Fowler (University of Waterloo)

16:00 277

Influence of Gradient PTFE Coating in Cathode Gas Diffusion Layer on the Performance of PEMFCs – M. Arzutug, M. Fowler, V. Singaram and S. Dhanushkodi (University of Waterloo)

16:20 278

Carbon Corrosion and Wetting Behavior in Direct Carbon Fuel Cells – C. Chen (Illinois Institute of Technology), T. Maruyama (Kansai University, Japan) and J. Selman (Illinois Institute of Technology)

16:40 279

Hysteresis and Phase Transformations in Solid Acid Electrolytes – M. Kislitsyn (Exponent), M. Louie, K. Bhattacharya and S. Haile (California Institute of Technology)

Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 7

B11 High Temperature Materials / Energy Technology Balmoral, 3rd Floor, Hyatt

Friday, April 30

Solid Oxide Electrodes, Cells and Stacks Co-Chairs: Uthamalingam (Balu) Balachandran, and Tatsumi Ishihara

08:00 739

A 0-Dimensional Stationary Model for Anode-Supported Solid Oxide Fuel Cells – A. Leonide (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), S. Hansmann (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)) and E. Ivers-Tiffée (Karlsruher Institut für Technologie)

08:20 740

Evaluating H2O Electrolysis on Ceria with Thin-Film Electrodes – S. DeCaluwe (National Institute of Standards and Technology), C. Zhang and G. S. Jackson (University of Maryland)

08:40 741

Reversible Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for Coproduction of Electricity and Hydrogen – N. Minh (Consultant)

09:00 742

Long Term Testing of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Cell Stacks with Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Electrolyte in the H2O Electrolysis Mode – J. Schefold, A. Brisse and M. Zahid (EIFER)

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Author Index Author............................................................. Abs No.

A

Aarhaug, Thor Anders . ..................1679 (I1, Sun) Abbasi, Shaghayegh .....................1252 (F2, Mon) Abdullah, Aboubakr ........................ 568 (B7, Tue) Abouatallah, Rami ........................1411 (G5, Tue) Abraham, K. M................................ 178 (B1, Tue), ............................ 628 (B10, Mon), 745 (B12, Tue) Abu-Lebdeh, Yaser . ........................221 (B1, Wed) Abwandner, Silke ..........................1451 (H1, Tue) Accorsi, Gianluca ..........................1454 (H1, Tue) Achim, Catalina ........................... 1723 (I3, Mon) Ackermann, Thomas . .................1510 (H3, Mon) Ackermann, Yvonne ......................436 (B4, Wed) Adachi, Momoe . ........................... 287 (B2, Mon) Adachi, Motonari ....................... 1652 (H9, Wed), ..................................................... 1669 (H9, Wed) Adam, David .................................1412 (G5, Tue) Adam, Michael .............................. 756 (B12, Tue) Adamas, Brian ................................597 (B7, Wed) Adamczyk, Leslie . .. 243 (B1, Thu), 1785 (I5, Tue) Adams, Brian D............................ 1656 (H9, Wed) Adams, Jim ........ 1241 (F2, Mon), 1290 (F2, Wed) Adams, Stefan ...... 158 (B1, Tue), 733 (B11, Thu), .......................................................734 (B11, Thu) Adams, Thad ................................. 355 (B3, Mon) Adamski, Juliusz . ........................... 1811 (J1, Tue) Addo, Paul ....................................... 406 (B4, Tue) A. del Alamo, Jesus . ..................... 1210 (E7, Wed) Adelmann, Christoph ..................... 931 (E1, Tue) Adeloju, Samuel B.......................... 1835 (J2, Thu) Adelstein, Nicole ........................... 673 (B11, Tue) Adeyemo, Adedunni D..................1821 (J1, Wed) Adhikari, Hemant ........................ 1204 (E7, Wed) Adler, S. ............... 700 (B11, Tue), 701 (B11, Tue), ......................................................710 (B11, Wed) Adolf, James D....................1247 (F2, Mon), 1271 ...................................... (F2, Tue), 1286 (F2, Wed) Adronov, Alex ...... 63 (A1, Mon), 1461 (H1, Tue), ..........................1481 (H2, Mon), 1498 (H2, Tue), .......................................................1499 (H2, Tue) Adzic, Radoslav ............................ 482 (B7, Mon), .............................. 487 (B7, Mon), 1758 (I4, Tue), .......................................................1764 (I4, Wed) Adzik, Radoslav ..............................577 (B7, Wed) Agarwal, Mangilal ..........................1275 (F2, Tue) Agraït, Nicolas ...............................1459 (H1, Tue) Aguilar, Zoraida P......1801 (J1, Tue), 1808 (J1, Tue) Aguilar, Zoraida P. ......................... 1802 (J1, Tue), ....................................................... 1829 (J2, Thu) Ahlberg, Elisabet ........................... 672 (B11, Tue) Ahlborn, Kristina ........................... 1798 (J1, Tue) Ahmed, Istaq ................................. 672 (B11, Tue) Ahmed, S. .......................................1262 (F2, Tue) Ahmet, Parhat ................................975 (E2, Mon) Ahn, Hyo-Jun .................................. 375 (B3, Tue) Ahn, J. ........................................... 1146 (E6, Tue) Ahn, Jinho ...................................... 938 (E1, Tue) Ahn, Jou-Hyeon .............................. 375 (B3, Tue) Ahn, Jun-Ku .................................1125 (E5, Mon) Ahn, Tae-Young . ............................. 194 (B1, Tue) Ahn, Young-Soo .............................. 187 (B1, Tue) Ahyi, Claude ................................. 1148 (E6, Tue) Ai, Chi-Fong .................................1122 (E5, Mon) Ai, Jiahe ........................................1243 (F2, Mon) Aihara, Yuichi ...................................273 (B1, Fri) Akaba, Ryoichi ............................. 818 (C2, Mon), ............................. 820 (C2, Mon), 835 (C2, Mon) Akamatsu, Hiroaki ........................916 (E1, Mon), ........................................................983 (E2, Mon) Akarvardar, Kerem ....................... 1204 (E7, Wed) Akasaka, Takeshi ......................... 1592 (H4, Thu), ............................1593 (H5, Tue), 1594 (H5, Tue), ..........................1599 (H5, Wed), 1601 (H5, Wed) Akers, Nick ......................................457 (B4, Thu) Akhtar, M. Shaheer ......................... 335 (B2, Tue) Akhtar, Shaheer . ............................... 1 (A1, Mon) Akiyama, Tomohiro ........................ 549 (B7, Tue) Akiyama, Tsuyoshi ...................... 1661 (H9, Wed) 116

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Aksu, Serdar . ..................................1263 (F2, Tue) Akter, Tahmina . .............................. 60 (A1, Mon) Al-Fetlawi, Hassan ..........................385 (B3, Wed) Alamgir, Faisal ............................... 293 (B2, Mon) Alamgir, Faisal ............................... 149 (B1, Mon) Alayoglu, Selim ............................... 556 (B7, Tue) Albering, Jörg ................................ 833 (C2, Mon) Albers, Richard ............................... 901 (D1, Thu) Alessio, Priscilla . .........................1618 (H8, Mon) Alexander, Brentan R................... 1337 (G3, Wed) Alexeyeva, Nadezda ........................ 42 (A1, Mon) Alfantazi, A. ........880 (D1, Wed), 892 (D1, Wed), ...............................895 (D1, Wed), 909 (D1, Thu) Alfantazi, Akram ...........................1376 (G4, Tue) Ali Jawan, Hosen ........................... 878 (D1, Wed) Alink, Robert ..................................465 (B5, Wed) Aliyev, Timur . .................................239 (B1, Thu) Alkire, Richard .............................1245 (F2, Mon) Allen, Chris ................................. 628 (B10, Mon) Allendorf, Mark . ... 1092 (E4, Mon), 1800 (J1, Tue) Allongue, Philippe ......................... 1741 (I3, Tue) Allongue, Philippe ........................1233 (F1, Thu) Allu, Srikanth ............................... 1289 (F2, Wed) Alonso-Vante, Nicolas . ................... 508 (B7, Tue) Alsharaa, Abdulnaser .................... 1839 (J2, Thu) Alshwawreh, Nidal . ..................... 1278 (F2, Wed) Alsrayheen, En’am A...................... 883 (D1, Wed) Alur, Siddharth . ............................ 1148 (E6, Tue) Aluru, Narayana ............................ 1197 (E7, Tue) Alvarez, David ............................... 877 (D1, Wed) Alves, Otávio B. . .......................... 1778 (I5, Mon) Alvi, Naveed-ul H........................... 1849 (J2, Thu) Alwarappan, Subbiah .................... 1843 (J2, Thu) Alzate, Vanesa ...................................272 (B1, Fri) Amalraj, Francis ............................ 137 (B1, Mon) Amano, Fumiaki ...........................1646 (H9, Tue) Amarilla, José Manuel ................... 658 (B10, Tue) Amatucci, Glenn ............................228 (B1, Wed) Ambrosio, Renato .......................... 1748 (I4, Tue) Ameen, Sadia .................................. 336 (B2, Tue) Amemiya, Fumihiro ...................... 813 (C2, Sun), ....................................................... 826 (C2, Mon) Amezawa, Koji .... 531 (B7, Tue), 670 (B11, Mon), ............................. 678 (B11, Tue), 697 (B11, Tue), ............................. 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Amiard, G. . ..................................1082 (E4, Mon) Amine, Khalil ......... 250 (B1, Thu), 252 (B1, Thu) Aminikia, Hadi ................................846 (D1, Tue) Aminuddin, Atiah .......................... 127 (A2, Thu) An, Ki-Seok . ...................................... 89 (A2, Tue) Ananthanarayanan, Krishnamoorthy .................. ........................................................216 (B1, Wed) Ananthathmakula, Kalyan Chakravarthi ............. .........................................................796 (C1, Tue) Anastassiou, Costas ........................ 1702 (I1, Tue) Anderson, Alfred B.....30 (A1, Mon), 1745 (I4, Tue) Anderson, E. .................................... 563 (B7, Tue) Anderson, Marc . ...........................232 (B1, Wed), .....................................................1298 (G1, Mon) Anderson, Marc . ............................ 906 (D1, Thu) Anderson, Mark R.... 1675 (I1, Sun), 1677 (I1, Sun) Anderson, Ryan . .............................261 (B1, Thu) Anderson, Tim ..... 964 (E1, Tue), 1124 (E5, Mon) Anderson, Travis ........................... 1149 (E6, Tue) Ando, Takashi .......... 926 (E1, Tue), 927 (E1, Tue) Ando, Toshihiro ............................1536 (H3, Tue) Andrade, Gustavo .......................... 1750 (I4, Tue) Andrade, Gustavo F. S. .................. 1830 (J2, Thu) Andrade, Suzana ...........................1638 (H8, Tue) Ang, Kah-Wee ................................914 (E1, Mon) Ang, Shee-Yen ...................................264 (B1, Fri) Angelo, Michael ..............................622 (B7, Thu) Anguchamy, Yogesh . ......................236 (B1, Thu) Anjos, Daniela . .............................1761 (I4, Wed) Anniyev, Toyli ............................... 483 (B7, Mon) Anniyev, Toyli ............................... 485 (B7, Mon) Ansermet, Jean-Philippe ................... 86 (A2, Tue) Anstey, Jordan T............................1081 (E4, Mon) Antonello, Sabrina ......................... 805 (C2, Sun)

Aoki, Hiroyoshi ...............................620 (B7, Thu) Aoyama, Shintaro ........................... 928 (E1, Tue) Apblett, Chris ......... 15 (A1, Mon), 244 (B1, Thu), .......................................................1816 (J1, Wed) Apetrei, Constantin ....................1618 (H8, Mon) Appert, Estelle ...................................271 (B1, Fri) Arai, Susumu ............................... 1576 (H4, Wed) Arami, Mokhtar ..............................849 (D1, Tue) Archer, Lynden . .............................. 362 (B3, Tue) Arechederra, Marguerite ................. 409 (B4, Tue) Arechederra, Marguerite .................446 (B4, Thu) Arechederra, Robert ....................... 402 (B4, Tue), ................................. 406 (B4, Tue), 458 (B4, Thu) Arechederra, Robert ....................... 27 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 419 (B4, Tue) Arenz, Matthias . ...521 (B7, Tue), 1221 (F1, Wed) Argouach, Gilles . ...........................1674 (I1, Sun) Ari-Wahjoedi, Bambang . ............1306 (G1, Mon) Arie, Arenst Andreas .......................254 (B1, Thu) Arikawa, T. . ................................. 1559 (H4, Wed) Arima, Kenta ................................ 1113 (E4, Wed) Arimura, Hiroaki ............................. 927 (E1, Tue) Armand, Michel ......................... 629 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 643 (B10, Tue) Armaroli, Nicola . ..........................1454 (H1, Tue) Armini, Silvia ............................... 1280 (F2, Wed) Armour, Neil ................................... 62 (A1, Mon) Armour, Neil ................................ 1207 (E7, Wed) Armstrong, Brian M.......................919 (E1, Mon), .................................. 936 (E1, Tue), 946 (E1, Tue) Armstrong, Brian M........................ 963 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 969 (E1, Tue) Armstrong, David ........................1040 (E3, Mon) Armstrong, Eric ............................717 (B11, Wed) Armstrong, Fraser . .........................440 (B4, Wed) Armstrong, Kevin . .......................... 24 (A1, Mon) Armstrong, Mark . ......................... 146 (B1, Mon) Arnold, Craig B........ 245 (B1, Thu), 317 (B2, Tue) Arnold, Michael S..........................1550 (H4, Tue) Arrieta, Victor . ...............................219 (B1, Wed) Arrigan, Damien ........................... 1842 (J2, Thu) Arrott, Anthony .............................112 (A2, Wed) Arroyo, Rubén ...............................1369 (G4, Tue) Arroyo-Ramírez, Lisandra ................. 99 (A2, Tue) Arruda, Thomas ............................. 178 (B1, Tue), ................................ 407 (B4, Tue), 438 (B4, Wed) Artymowicz, Dorota . ................... 1230 (F1, Wed) Artyukhov, Vasilii . ........................1556 (H4, Tue) Artyushkova, Kateryna .................438 (B4, Wed), ........................................................446 (B4, Thu), ................................ 511 (B7, Tue), 575 (B7, Wed) Arzutug, Mehmet ........ 276 (B1, Fri), 277 (B1, Fri) Asa, Fujio . ....................................1244 (F2, Mon) Asami, Ryosuke ............................. 826 (C2, Mon) Asazawa, Koichiro ..........................463 (B5, Wed) Asbeck, Peter ..................................915 (E1, Mon) Asefi, Dourna ..................................849 (D1, Tue) Ashassi-Sorkhabi, Habib .................846 (D1, Tue) Asheghali, Darya ...........................1471 (H1, Tue) Ashrafizadeh, Fakhreddin ............... 209 (B1, Tue) Ashton, Jeffrey .............................1250 (F2, Mon) Asif, Muhammad .......................... 1849 (J2, Thu) Askari, Masoud . ............................. 131 (A2, Thu) Asl Soleimani, Ebrahim . ................... 6 (A1, Mon) Asmar, Karina ................................ 141 (B1, Mon) Asselin, Edouard .......................... 885 (D1, Wed), ..................................................... 1381 (G4, Wed) Asselin, Edouard ...........................1376 (G4, Tue) Assumme, Robert ...........................597 (B7, Wed) Astudillo, Pablo D. ............................ 94 (A2, Tue) Ata, Ali .......................................... 285 (B2, Mon) Atanasoski, Radoslav . ....................598 (B7, Wed)

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Atanassov, Plamen ......................... 16 (A1, Mon), ......... 27 (A1, Mon), 28 (A1, Mon), 57 (A1, Mon), . .........244 (B1, Thu), 394 (B4, Tue), 411 (B4, Tue), ..........412 (B4, Tue), 415 (B4, Tue), 416 (B4, Tue), ..........417 (B4, Tue), 418 (B4, Tue), 419 (B4, Tue), ..... 429 (B4, Wed), 434 (B4, Wed), 438 (B4, Wed), .......441 (B4, Wed), 443 (B4, Thu), 445 (B4, Thu), ............................... 575 (B7, Wed), 586 (B7, Wed) Ati, Mohamed ............................. 629 (B10, Mon) Atobe, Mahito .......813 (C2, Sun), 826 (C2, Mon) Au, George ...................................... 518 (B7, Tue) Au, Ming ....................................... 355 (B3, Mon) Aulich, Ted .................................. 1339 (G3, Wed) Aurbach, Doron .... 147 (B1, Mon), 164 (B1, Tue), . ..... 360 (B3, Tue), 1569 (H4, Wed), 1754 (I4, Tue) Aurbach, Doron ............................ 137 (B1, Mon) Aurisicchio, Claudia . ..................1630 (H8, Mon) Avekians, Alex ................................. 81 (A1, Mon) Avouris, Phaedon ........................1179 (E7, Mon), ......................................................1184 (E7, Mon) Avraham, Eran ............................ 1569 (H4, Wed) Axelbaum, Richard ..................... 631 (B10, Mon) Ayenimo, Joseph ........................... 1835 (J2, Thu) Aymerich, Xavier ............................ 992 (E2, Tue) Ayyasamy, Sakunthala ................... 381 (B3, Tue), ........................................................ 1810 (J1, Tue) Azuma, Kazufumi . ........................ 1131 (E5, Tue)

Banham, Dustin W......................... 568 (B7, Tue), ........................................................593 (B7, Wed) Banno, Michiko .............................. 553 (B7, Tue) Bański, Mateusz . ..........................1086 (E4, Mon) Banta, Scott .............16 (A1, Mon), 411 (B4, Tue), ......................................................... 416 (B4, Tue) Banta, Scott ..................................... 399 (B4, Tue) Bao, Junlin ................................... 1076 (E3, Wed) Bao, S. J. ........................................ 1838 (J2, Thu) Bapat, Chaitanya . .........................1416 (G5, Tue) Barg, Suelen . ................................. 756 (B12, Tue) Bargallo Gonzalez, Mireia ............ 1205 (E7, Wed) Bargar, John .................................. 485 (B7, Mon) Barish, Robert . ............................ 1566 (H4, Wed) Barja, Sara . ..................................1477 (H2, Mon) Barkey, Dale ................................... 114 (A2, Thu) Barlage, Douglas W.........................922 (E1, Mon) Barman, Sudip . .............................. 1739 (I3, Tue) Barnes, Laura . .................................453 (B4, Thu) Barnett, Scott ..... 640 (B10, Mon), 669 (B11, Mon) Barpanda, Prabeer ....................... 629 (B10, Mon) Barranco, Dulce . ............................. 66 (A1, Mon) Barranco, Violeta . ...........................867 (D1, Tue) Barsky, Michael ............................ 1031 (E2, Wed) Bartholomeusz, Geoffrey ..............1542 (H4, Tue) Bartling, Brandon .......................... 1805 (J1, Tue) Barton Cole, Emily . ....................... 1734 (I3, Tue) Barton, Paul ................................. 1065 (E3, Wed) Barwicz, Tymon .............................. 933 (E1, Tue) Bashir, Asif ................................... 1771 (I5, Mon) Bashyam, Rajesh ............................. 566 (B7, Tue) Basile, Alberto F.............................. 1157 (E6, Tue) Bastide, Stéphane ........................... 123 (A2, Thu) Basu, Dipanjan ...............................971 (E2, Mon) Batalla-Garcia, Betzaida .................477 (B6, Wed) Batoni, Paolo ................................. 1048 (E3, Tue) Battaglia, Vincent S........................211 (B1, Wed), ..................................................... 631 (B10, Mon) Battung, Michael . ........................ 1031 (E2, Wed) Bauder, Alexander ..........................614 (B7, Thu), .....................................................1400 (G5, Mon) Bauer, Anton J. ................................ 986 (E2, Tue) Baumann, Peter K. .......................... 929 (E1, Tue) Bäumer, Marcus . ....1223 (F1, Wed), 1224 (F1, Wed) Bauza, D. ......................................... 994 (E2, Tue) Bayandori Moghaddam, Abdolmajid ................... .......................................................1471 (H1, Tue) Bayless, David J................................ 80 (A1, Mon) Beaman, Joseph . .........................1300 (G1, Mon) Beauchamp, Carlos ...................... 1025 (E2, Wed) Beauchamp, Justin L.......................... 5 (A1, Mon) Beavers, Christine ............................ 3 (A1, Mon), .........................1602 (H5, Wed), 1608 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Becht, Gregory ............................ 1658 (H9, Wed) Bechtold, Kevin . .......................... 1291 (F2, Wed) Beck, Nina K..................................... 378 (B3, Tue) Becker, Collin R..............................1819 (J1, Wed) Becker, Hans-Werner ....................... 341 (B2, Tue) Becker, Jürgen ................................582 (B7, Wed) Becker, James Y............................... 812 (C2, Sun) Becker-Steinberger, Katharina . .....390 (B3, Wed), ........................................................391 (B3, Wed) Beeram, Srinivas . .......................... 1841 (J2, Thu) Behm, R. Jürgen ...........................1760 (I4, Wed), ...................................................... 1778 (I5, Mon) Behrens, Rachel L.............................611 (B7, Thu) Beidaghi, Majid ............................ 1291 (F2, Wed) Bekele, C. ...................................... 292 (B2, Mon) Belak, James .................................. 136 (B1, Mon) Bélanger, Daniel ......19 (A1, Mon), 24 (A1, Mon), ................................ 79 (A1, Mon), 874 (D1, Tue), ................................1686 (I1, Tue), 1721 (I1, Tue) Beldarrain, Oihane . ...................... 1005 (E2, Tue) Béléké, Alexis B................................ 369 (B3, Tue) Belharouak, Ilias . ... 250 (B1, Thu), 252 (B1, Thu) Bell, Christopher ............................ 1702 (I1, Tue) Bellodi, Marcello ........................... 1169 (E6, Tue) Belt, Jeffrey R.................................... 374 (B3, Tue)

Benaissa, Kamel . .......................... 1027 (E2, Wed) Benameur, Nassira . ...................... 686 (B11, Tue), ....................................................... 691 (B11, Tue) Bendavid, Avi ........876 (D1, Wed), 905 (D1, Thu) Bender, Guido ........ 562 (B7, Tue), 579 (B7, Wed) Benikova, Katarina ........................ 1834 (J2, Thu) Benker, Nathalie . ..........................1437 (G5, Tue) Bennett, William . ........................... 296 (B2, Tue) Benoit, Roland ............................ 663 (B11, Mon) Bentzer, Henrik K........................... 684 (B11, Tue) Beom, Won-Jin . ............................1326 (G3, Tue) Berberan-Santos, Mario . ...............1456 (H1, Tue) Berbezier, I. . .................................1082 (E4, Mon) Berencén, Yonder ......................... 1112 (E4, Wed) Bergelin, Mikael ...... 420 (B4, Tue), 459 (B4, Thu) Bergens, Steven H............................607 (B7, Thu) Berger, Claire ................................1180 (E7, Mon) Berger, Scott ..................................1539 (H4, Tue) Berggren, Karl K. ..........................1180 (E7, Mon) Berggren, Magnus ..........................788 (C1, Tue), .......................................................1824 (J1, Wed) Bergkamp, Jesse . .........................1631 (H8, Mon) Bergmann, Uwe ............................ 485 (B7, Mon) Bergren, Adam J..............................108 (A2, Wed) Bernardi, Dawn ............................. 644 (B10, Tue) Bernazzani, Paul . ........................... 1704 (I1, Tue) Berretta, Francine ..........................1412 (G5, Tue) Bersuker, Gennadi ..........................913 (E1, Mon) Berthelot, Romain . .................... 636 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 657 (B10, Tue) Berthomé, Gregory ...........................265 (B1, Fri) Bertocci, Ugo . .............................. 1220 (F1, Wed) Berton, Nicolas . ............................1643 (H9, Tue) Bessarabov, Dmitri .........................613 (B7, Thu), .........................................................617 (B7, Thu) Bessler, Wolfgang G. ....................... 35 (A1, Mon) Bethune, Keith ....... 562 (B7, Tue), 621 (B7, Thu), .........................................................622 (B7, Thu) Bettermann, Hans ........................... 539 (B7, Tue) Betti, Alessandro ........................... 1198 (E7, Tue) Beyenal, Haluk ...............................430 (B4, Wed) Beyersdorff, Tom F.... 111 (A2, Wed), 165 (B1, Tue) Beyhan, Seden . ...............................603 (B7, Thu) Bezer, Silvia .................................. 1723 (I3, Mon) Bhansali, Shekhar ........................... 998 (E2, Tue) Bhattacharya, Kaushik ......................279 (B1, Fri) Bhaviripudi, Sreekar . ...................1183 (E7, Mon) Bhella, Surinderjit Singh ............... 675 (B11, Tue) Bhethanabotla, Venkat ...............1501 (H3, Mon) Bi, Xiaotao .............. 180 (B1, Tue), 261 (B1, Thu) Biaggi, Azlin .................................... 208 (B1, Tue) Bianucci, P. ................................... 1115 (E4, Wed) Biedermann, P. U.......................... 1772 (I5, Mon) Biener, Jürgen . ...1223 (F1, Wed), 1224 (F1, Wed) Biener, M.M. . ............................... 1224 (F1, Wed) Biesemans, Serge .......................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Bindl, Dominick . ..........................1550 (H4, Tue) Binions, Russell ............................1120 (E5, Mon) Birss, V. I................... 510 (B7, Tue), 526 (B7, Tue), .......568 (B7, Tue), 584 (B7, Wed), 593 (B7, Wed), ............................... 605 (B7, Thu), 883 (D1, Wed) Bishop, Sean R................................732 (B11, Thu) Bizzotto, Dan ..........26 (A1, Mon), 65 (A1, Mon), ............................ 578 (B7, Wed), 1278 (F2, Wed), ............................... 1751 (I4, Tue), 1831 (J2, Thu) Bjerrum, Niels J. .............................348 (B2, Wed) Blackburn, Jeff . ..........................1511 (H3, Mon), .....................................................1514 (H3, Mon) Blackwood, Daniel John ............... 133 (A2, Thu), ........................................................ 134 (A2, Thu) Blair, Michael .................................. 509 (B7, Tue) Blanc, Frédéric . ............................. 677 (B11, Tue) Blanc, Frédéric . ........................... 661 (B11, Mon) Blanford, Christopher ....................440 (B4, Wed) Bliznakov, Stoyan . ........................1232 (F1, Thu) Bocarsly, Andrew B..........................602 (B7, Thu), ........................................................ 1734 (I3, Tue) Boccia, Massimiliano ....................1430 (G5, Tue) Bock, C. .................. 181 (B1, Tue), 486 (B7, Mon)

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Babakhani, Banafsheh .................. 153 (B1, Mon) Babburi, Pradeep ...........................1439 (G5, Tue) Babuta, Jerome ...............................430 (B4, Wed) Bach, Heinz-Gunter ..................... 1063 (E3, Wed) Bachilo, Sergei .....1516 (H3, Mon), 1522 (H3, Tue) Back, Chang Keun . ....................... 142 (B1, Mon) Badot, Jean-Claude ..................... 639 (B10, Mon) Bae, Eun Jin . ................................ 1178 (E6, Wed) Bae, Eun-Jin . ........... 337 (B2, Tue), 338 (B2, Tue), .......................... 1174 (E6, Wed), 1177 (E6, Wed), .......................................................1818 (J1, Wed) Bae, Myung-Ho ............................. 1188 (E7, Tue) Baek, Jong Hyeob ......................... 1154 (E6, Tue), ....................................................... 1170 (E6, Tue) Baghaei Ravari, Fatemeh . ..............847 (D1, Tue), .........................................................848 (D1, Tue) Baghalha, Morteza .... 519 (B7, Tue), 618 (B7, Thu) Bai, Dawei ......................................215 (B1, Wed) Baier, Claudia ................................. 1700 (I1, Tue) Bailón, Luis ..................................... 954 (E1, Tue) Bailey, Travis .................................1463 (H1, Tue) Bain, Michael .................................. 946 (E1, Tue) Baine, Paul ............ 919 (E1, Mon), 936 (E1, Tue), .................................. 946 (E1, Tue), 963 (E1, Tue) Baine, Paul ...................................... 969 (E1, Tue) Bajaj, Pooja . ..................................1525 (H3, Tue) Bak, Seong-Min ........11 (A1, Mon), 316 (B2, Tue) Baker, Ryan ................................... 488 (B7, Mon) Balachandran, U. .......................... 687 (B11, Tue) Balaji, Rengarajan ....................... 1340 (G3, Wed) Balakrishnaiah, R. ........................ 1105 (E4, Tue), ....................................................... 1106 (E4, Tue) Balandin, Alexander A.................. 1189 (E7, Tue), ....................................................... 1194 (E7, Tue) Balashov, Victor .......................... 1334 (G3, Wed) Balaya, Palani ........ 214 (B1, Wed), 216 (B1, Wed) Balch, Alan L..........3 (A1, Mon), 1602 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Balch, Alan L. .............................. 1608 (H5, Wed) Baleizão, Carlos .............................1456 (H1, Tue) Balela, Mary Donnabelle L.............. 115 (A2, Thu) Balke, Nina ............. 243 (B1, Thu), 1785 (I5, Tue) Balogh, Michael ....241 (B1, Thu), 1438 (G5, Tue) Ban, Chunmei ............................... 151 (B1, Mon) Banerjee, Amrita ...........................234 (B1, Wed), ..................................................... 1562 (H4, Wed) Banerjee, Sanjay .............................971 (E2, Mon) Baneyx, François ........................... 778 (C1, Mon) Bangert, Ursel . .............................1079 (E4, Mon) Bangsaruntip, Sarunya .................... 933 (E1, Tue) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Bockrath, Marc .......1549 (H4, Tue), 1566 (H4, Wed) Bockrath, Marc .............................. 1195 (E7, Tue) Bockstaller, Michael ...................... 779 (C1, Mon) Boer, Harry ......................................459 (B4, Thu) Boettinger, William ...................... 1023 (E2, Wed) Bogdan, David . ..............................230 (B1, Wed) Boggs, Bryan K.............................1303 (G1, Mon) Böhringer, Karl .............................1252 (F2, Mon) Bojarczuk, Nestor A . ....................... 934 (E1, Tue) Boland, Susan . ......427 (B4, Wed), 449 (B4, Thu), ........................................................ 1698 (I1, Tue) Bolskar, Robert D............................1539 (H4, Tue) Boltalina, Olga .............................1462 (H1, Tue), ..........................1482 (H2, Mon), 1496 (H2, Tue), ..................................................... 1609 (H5, Wed) Boltalina, Olga ..............................1463 (H1, Tue) Bonakdarpour, Arman ...................598 (B7, Wed) Bonanos, Nikolaos ........................ 684 (B11, Tue) Bonchio, Marcella .......................1484 (H2, Mon) Bond, Alan M..................................1671 (I1, Sun) Bondarenko, Alexander ................ 491 (B7, Mon) Bonevich, John ............................ 1220 (F1, Wed) Bong, Sungyool ..............................587 (B7, Wed) Bonifas, Andrew ............................. 1739 (I3, Tue) Bonifazi, Davide .........................1621 (H8, Mon), .....................................................1630 (H8, Mon) Bonin, Julien ................................ 1725 (I3, Mon) Bonville, Leonard J. .....................1423 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1424 (G5, Tue) Book, Jeffrey ...................................424 (B4, Wed) Borca, Bogdana ...........................1477 (H2, Mon) Borgel, Valentina . ........................... 360 (B3, Tue) Borguet, Eric . ...1573 (H4, Wed), 1579 (H4, Wed) Borodin, Oleg ............................... 1729 (I3, Mon) Borodziński, Andrzej ..................... 291 (B2, Mon) Borovkov, Victor .........................1617 (H8, Mon) Bose, Anima ..................................1431 (G5, Tue) Bose, Anima ..................................1439 (G5, Tue) Boshkov, Nikolai .......................... 886 (D1, Wed), ....................................................... 887 (D1, Wed) Botelho, Alielson . .........................1762 (I4, Wed) Botte, G. G.............. 535 (B7, Tue), 1268 (F2, Tue) Botton, Gianluigi ........................... 368 (B3, Tue), ...................................................... 1070 (E3, Wed) Bouhassoune, Mohammed ............. 944 (E1, Tue) Bouit, Pierre-Antoine ..................1478 (H2, Mon) Bourgault, Yves ...............................259 (B1, Thu) Bourianoff, George I. ...................1180 (E7, Mon) Bouttemy, Muriel ...........................1256 (F2, Tue) Boyd, D. ........................................ 292 (B2, Mon) Boyen, Hans-Gerd ........................1249 (F2, Mon) Bozack, Michael ............................ 1148 (E6, Tue) Bræstrup, Frantz ...........................721 (B11, Wed) Braatz, Richard ......249 (B1, Thu), 393 (B3, Wed), ......................................................1242 (F2, Mon) Bradbury, Angela . .. 876 (D1, Wed), 905 (D1, Thu) Bradean, Radu ...............................1412 (G5, Tue) Brammertz, Guy . ......................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Brandon, Nigel ............................ 640 (B10, Mon) Brankovic, Stanko R........................1257 (F2, Tue) Branson, Eric ......... 15 (A1, Mon), 1816 (J1, Wed) Branzoi, Florina . .... 795 (C1, Tue), 870 (D1, Tue), ........................................................ 1827 (J2, Tue) Branzoi, Ioan Viorel ........................795 (C1, Tue) Branzoi, Viorel ....... 870 (D1, Tue), 1827 (J2, Tue) Braun, Slawomir . ........................ 1660 (H9, Wed) Brederlow, Ralf ............................. 1026 (E2, Wed) Bredow, Thomas . .........................1248 (F2, Mon) Bremner, Glen R............................... 312 (B2, Tue) Brennan, Barry ................................ 940 (E1, Tue) Bretschger, Orianna ........................ 415 (B4, Tue) Breuer, Paul .........1365 (G4, Tue), 1377 (G4, Tue) Brezna, Wolfgang ......................... 1067 (E3, Wed) Briggs, Benjamin ........................... 1187 (E7, Tue) Briones, Roberto . ........................1358 (G4, Mon) Brisard, Gessie M.............................. 19 (A1, Mon) Brisse, Annabelle .............................742 (B11, Fri) Brito, M. E. ...................................714 (B11, Wed) Brocato, Shayna .......16 (A1, Mon), 416 (B4, Tue)

Broekmann, Peter .......................1248 (F2, Mon), ......................................................1251 (F2, Mon) Brolo, Alexandre ......................... 1078 (E3, Wed), ............................... 1750 (I4, Tue), 1830 (J2, Thu) Brooker, Robert P...........................1423 (G5, Tue) Brooker, Steve . ...............................230 (B1, Wed) Brosha, Eric ...........1790 (J1, Tue), 1794 (J1, Tue), ........................................................ 1795 (J1, Tue) Brost, Ron . ...................................... 170 (B1, Tue) Brousse, Thierry .............................. 24 (A1, Mon) Brown, Elliott ................................ 1050 (E3, Tue) Brown, Shelley T.............................431 (B4, Wed) Brownrigg, Alex ............................. 1756 (I4, Tue) Brownrigg, Alex ........................... 1216 (F1, Wed) Brozik, Susan ................................... 411 (B4, Tue) Bruce, David . ............................... 1344 (G3, Thu) Bruce, Peter ................................... 750 (B12, Tue) Bruent, Laurent ............................... 932 (E1, Tue) Bruley, John ............. 926 (E1, Tue), 927 (E1, Tue) Bruno, Carlo . ................................1468 (H1, Tue) Brushett, Fikile ...... 295 (B2, Mon), 513 (B7, Tue), .....................................................1403 (G5, Mon) Brushett, Fikile ...............................1266 (F2, Tue) Bryce, George ................................1817 (J1, Wed) Buannic, Lucienne ........................ 677 (B11, Tue) Bubnov, Vyacheslav P. ................ 1609 (H5, Wed) Buca, Dan ........................................ 944 (E1, Tue) Buchheit, Rudolph G. .....................865 (D1, Tue) Buckalew, Bryan L......................... 1279 (F2, Wed) Buckle, Rachel ................................386 (B3, Wed) Buckley, Alan N...........................1354 (G4, Mon), .........................1355 (G4, Mon), 1356 (G4, Mon) Buckley, Denis N.............................. 370 (B3, Tue) Buess-Herman, Claudine ............... 1710 (I1, Tue) Bui, Minh-Phuong Ngoc ................ 77 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 78 (A1, Mon) Bui, Minh-Phuong Ngoc ................ 73 (A1, Mon), ..................................74 (A1, Mon), 75 (A1, Mon) Bukat, Marcin . ................................ 298 (B2, Tue) Bukhari, Syed M.......525 (B7, Tue), 1797 (J1, Tue) Bull, Roger ......................................230 (B1, Wed) Bunker, Bruce ......... 157 (B1, Mon), 310 (B2, Tue) Buoni, Matthew ...........................1246 (F2, Mon) Buratto, Steven K. .......................... 1786 (I5, Tue) Burgar, Iko ......................................1671 (I1, Sun) Burgess, Ian J................................... 1697 (I1, Tue) Burgess, James .................................782 (C1, Tue) Burke, Andrew . ..............................478 (B6, Wed) Burke, Peter J................................ 1570 (H4, Wed) Burrell, Anthony .......................... 1345 (G3, Thu) Burte, Edmund P. ........................... 943 (E1, Tue), .............................. 1133 (E5, Tue), 1135 (E5, Tue) Burton, Edward ...........................1360 (G4, Mon) Bush, Richard ..............................1360 (G4, Mon) Bushmaker, Adam .........................1549 (H4, Tue) Buyanova, Elena ......................... 662 (B11, Mon) Bychkov, Alexander ....................... 1690 (I1, Tue) Byun, Jinseok .................................... 2 (A1, Mon)

Campbell, Joe . ............................. 1062 (E3, Wed) Cantau, Christophe ...................... 746 (B12, Tue) Cany-Canian, David ....................1123 (E5, Mon) Cao, Bin .........................................430 (B4, Wed) Cao, Guozhong ............................. 701 (B11, Tue) Capitanio, Francesca ......................585 (B7, Wed) Cappon, Derek .............................1036 (E3, Mon) Caravaca Moreno, Concepcion ....1307 (G1, Mon) Carbonell, Esther .......................1486 (H2, Mon), .....................................................1632 (H8, Mon) Cardona, Claudia M.......................1492 (H2, Tue) Cardona, Rocio d............................ 1706 (I1, Tue) Carlier, Dany ...... 636 (B10, Mon), 657 (B10, Tue) Carlson, Lisa . ..............................1509 (H3, Mon) Carpenter, Charles ......................1297 (G1, Mon) Carpenter, Michael .......................1438 (G5, Tue) Carré, Sergi ...................................... 547 (B7, Tue) Carraro, Thomas ..........................706 (B11, Wed) Carreras, Alejo .............................1400 (G5, Mon) Carreras, Josep . ............................ 1112 (E4, Wed) Carrillo, Monica ............................. 1715 (I1, Tue) Carter, W. Craig . ........................... 136 (B1, Mon) Cartier, Eduard ................................ 926 (E1, Tue) Caruana, Daren .............................. 1701 (I1, Tue) Carver, Christopher ..................... 1342 (G3, Thu) Casanova-Moreno, Jannu R............ 65 (A1, Mon), ........................................................ 1751 (I4, Tue) Cassé, Mikaël . ................................. 932 (E1, Tue) Castán, Helena ................................ 954 (E1, Tue) Castellano, Gloria .........................1470 (H1, Tue) Castro, Richard ...............................781 (C1, Tue) Catal, Tunc .....................................427 (B4, Wed) Causier, Alexandre .........................1256 (F2, Tue) Cavanagh, Andrew ...................... 358 (B3, Mon), ......................................................... 373 (B3, Tue) Cawston, Rodney ...........................477 (B6, Wed) Caymax, Matty .....987 (E2, Tue), 1208 (E7, Wed) Ceder, Gerbrand . ........................... 305 (B2, Tue), .......................... 624 (B10, Mon), 627 (B10, Mon) Cela, Carlos J. ..................................781 (C1, Tue) Çelik-Butler, Zeynep ....................... 996 (E2, Tue) Cerqueira Rezende, Mirabel ........... 1711 (I1, Tue) Céspedes-Guirao, F. Javier ...........1488 (H2, Mon) Cha, Judy ........................................ 367 (B3, Tue) Chabal, Yves . ...............................1202 (E7, Mon) Chadwick, David . ........................... 395 (B4, Tue) Chadwick, Ryan C..........................1498 (H2, Tue) Chae, Cheol Joo ............................ 1846 (J2, Thu) Chai, Geun Seok ...........................1417 (G5, Tue) Chakraborty, Deboleena ................ 407 (B4, Tue), .........................................................444 (B4, Thu) Chalkova, Elena .......................... 1334 (G3, Wed) Chames, Jeff ......................................262 (B1, Fri) Chan, Karen .......... 517 (B7, Tue), 594 (B7, Wed), ........................................................ 1738 (I3, Tue) Chan, Yu-Chen .............................. 908 (D1, Thu) Chandezon, Frédéric .....................1643 (H9, Tue) Chandrasekaran, Naveen ............1503 (H3, Mon) Chandrasekaran, Rajeswari ............218 (B1, Wed) Chang, Chia-Hsuan ........................ 48 (A1, Mon) Chang, Chih Hung .......................... 87 (A2, Tue), ...................................................... 1178 (E6, Wed) Chang, Ching Hung .....................1448 (G5, Tue) Chang, Chong-Hyun ...................... 70 (A1, Mon) Chang, Chun-Yen ......................... 1008 (E2, Tue) Chang, Daeic . ................................... 88 (A2, Tue) Chang, Edward Yi ......................... 1163 (E6, Tue) Chang, Heng-Jui ..... 1166 (E6, Tue), 1828 (J2, Tue) Chang, Jeng-Kuei ........................ 1231 (F1, Wed), .......................................................1236 (F1, Thu) Chang, Kow-Ming . ........................982 (E2, Mon) Chang, Liuwen . ...........................1144 (E6, Mon) Chang, Sheng-Hsiang ................... 1003 (E2, Tue) Chang, Shou-Yi ............................. 1011 (E2, Tue) Chang, Ting-Chang ...................... 1008 (E2, Tue) Chang, Yao-Feng ........................... 1008 (E2, Tue) Chang, Yee-Shin . .......................... 1100 (E4, Tue) Chang, Yi-Lu ................................ 1114 (E4, Wed) Chang, Yun-Min ......536 (B7, Tue), 1331 (G3, Wed)

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Caballero, Rubén . .......................1491 (H2, Mon) Cabrera, Carlos R. ...... 85 (A2, Tue), 99 (A2, Tue), ........................................................1681 (I1, Sun) Cahill, Lindsay S. ........................ 626 (B10, Mon) Cai, Weiwei ..................................1182 (E7, Mon) Cai, Yun ................487 (B7, Mon), 577 (B7, Wed) Caillon, Georges . .......................... 746 (B12, Tue) Calabrese Barton, S. ....................... 407 (B4, Tue), .........................................................444 (B4, Thu) Calabrese Barton, Scott ................... 405 (B4, Tue) Calderon Moreno, Jose Maria ......... 72 (A1, Mon) Calizo, Irene .................................. 1196 (E7, Tue) Calle-Vallejo, Federico ................. 491 (B7, Mon), ......................................................703 (B11, Wed) Camaratta, Mattehw ...................713 (B11, Wed), ......................................................717 (B11, Wed) Camardese, John ........................... 647 (B10, Tue) Campabadal, Francesca . ............... 1005 (E2, Tue) Campbell, Andrew ........................1543 (H4, Tue)

Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


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Chang, Yung-Huang ...................... 130 (A2, Thu) Chang, Zhaorong .......................... 138 (B1, Mon) Chang-Chien, Patty ..................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Chanmanee, Wilaiwan ................. 492 (B7, Mon) Chanturiya, Valentine ................1362 (G4, Mon) Chao, Pengxiang ........................... 763 (B12, Tue) Chao, Tien-Sheng .... 960 (E1, Tue), 961 (E1, Tue) Chapuzet, Jean Marc ...................... 808 (C2, Sun) Charbonneau, Cecile .....................474 (B5, Wed) Charoensirithavorn, Patcharee .....1640 (H9, Tue) Charrier, V. .....................................1262 (F2, Tue) Chartier, Casey . .............................. 68 (A1, Mon) Chatenet, Marian ...........................571 (B7, Wed) Chauhan, Jinendra S S.....................850 (D1, Tue) Cheah, Seng Kian . ..........................257 (B1, Thu) Cheek, Graham T.... 825 (C2, Mon), 1705 (I1, Tue) Chekin, Fereshteh ...........................455 (B4, Thu) Cheli, Martina . ............................. 1198 (E7, Tue) Chelomentsev, Evgueni ...............1083 (E4, Mon) Chen, Aicheng ..... 597 (B7, Wed), 1656 (H9, Wed) Chen, Bo Shian ............................... 207 (B1, Tue) Chen, Cheng . ............................... 1061 (E3, Tue) Chen, Cheng-Huan . ....................1144 (E6, Mon) Chen, Chia-Chin ....278 (B1, Fri), 1301 (G1, Mon) Chen, Chia-Hsun ........................1142 (E6, Mon), ....................................................... 1151 (E6, Tue) Chen, Chien-Chih .......................... 966 (E1, Tue) Chen, Chih .................................... 130 (A2, Thu) Chen, Chih-Yuen ............................ 536 (B7, Tue) Chen, Chuanbao . ......................1487 (H2, Mon), ..................................................... 1603 (H5, Wed) Chen, Chun-Heng ........................ 1001 (E2, Tue) Chen, Chun-Heng ........................ 1012 (E2, Tue) Chen, Chun-Heng ........................ 1002 (E2, Tue) Chen, Dao-Sheng .......................... 1011 (E2, Tue) Chen, Eugene ................................1463 (H1, Tue) Chen, Fanglin .... 679 (B11, Tue), 718 (B11, Wed) Chen, George Z...............................345 (B2, Wed) Chen, Hang .................................1506 (H3, Mon) Chen, Hao-Long . .......................... 1100 (E4, Tue) Chen, Hung-Wen .......................... 1001 (E2, Tue) Chen, In-Gann . ............................ 1109 (E4, Tue) Chen, Jingxing ..... 1585 (H4, Thu), 1654 (H9, Wed) Chen, Jun ........................................ 997 (E2, Tue) Chen, Jun .......................................215 (B1, Wed) Chen, Kejia . .................................1242 (F2, Mon) Chen, Kelly ....................................... 3 (A1, Mon) Chen, Kuei-Hsien ........................... 311 (B2, Tue), .............................. 467 (B5, Wed), 470 (B5, Wed), ........................... 1349 (G3, Thu), 1590 (H4, Thu) Chen, Kuei-Ting ............................ 1164 (E6, Tue) Chen, L.-Y. .................................... 1156 (E6, Tue) Chen, Li-Chyong ........................... 311 (B2, Tue), .... 467 (B5, Wed), 470 (B5, Wed), 1349 (G3, Thu) Chen, Liang .................................. 486 (B7, Mon) Chen, Lichyong ........................... 1590 (H4, Thu) Chen, Lih J. ....................................109 (A2, Wed) Chen, Lun-Lun . ... 48 (A1, Mon), 1206 (E7, Wed) Chen, Mao-Sung ........................... 140 (B1, Mon) Chen, Miao ...................................1366 (G4, Tue) Chen, Min-Hua ..... 798 (C1, Wed), 799 (C1, Wed), ....................................................... 801 (C1, Wed) Chen, Mingwei .............................1235 (F1, Thu) Chen, Peiwen ................................ 755 (B12, Tue) Chen, Ping ....................................1440 (G5, Tue) Chen, Ping-Hei . ............................. 121 (A2, Thu) Chen, Rongrong . .. 288 (B2, Mon), 326 (B2, Tue), .................................327 (B2, Tue), 1787 (I5, Tue) Chen, Rui ......................................1436 (G5, Tue) Chen, S.T. ........................................862 (D1, Tue) Chen, San-Yuan .............................467 (B5, Wed) Chen, Shang-Fu .... 1166 (E6, Tue), 1828 (J2, Tue) Chen, Sharon .............................. 1656 (H9, Wed) Chen, Shuang-Yuan ...................... 1001 (E2, Tue) Chen, Ting-Hsuan . ........................... 90 (A2, Tue) Chen, Wei .................................... 1291 (F2, Wed) Chen, Wei-Ren .............................. 1008 (E2, Tue) Chen, X.D. .................................... 1157 (E6, Tue) Chen, Yan-Shi ................................ 1696 (I1, Tue)

Chen, Yatao . ........... 333 (B2, Tue), 544 (B7, Tue), .............................. 545 (B7, Tue), 1323 (G3, Tue), ......1324 (G3, Tue), 1716 (I1, Tue), 1718 (I1, Tue) Chen, Yi Ting .................................. 322 (B2, Tue) Chen, Ying-Chu .............................470 (B5, Wed) Chen, Ying-Chu ........................... 1349 (G3, Thu) Chen, Yingduo ..............................1547 (H4, Tue) Chen, Yong P................................. 1190 (E7, Tue) Chen, Yougui .................................. 505 (B7, Tue) Chen, Youjiang .............................1763 (I4, Wed) Chen, Yu-Chen ............................... 567 (B7, Tue) Chen, Yu-Cheng .......................... 1116 (E4, Wed) Chen, Yu-Sheng .........................1482 (H2, Mon), ..................................................... 1609 (H5, Wed) Chen, Yufei ..................................... 968 (E1, Tue) Chen, Zhebo ................................ 1346 (G3, Thu) Chen, Zhi D.......... 977 (E2, Mon), 1261 (F2, Tue) Chen, Zhihong . ...........................1184 (E7, Mon) Chen, Zhongwei .....12 (A1, Mon), 25 (A1, Mon), ............................ 589 (B7, Wed), 1399 (G5, Mon) Chen, Zhongwei .....23 (A1, Mon), 29 (A1, Mon), ..........506 (B7, Tue), 514 (B7, Tue), 522 (B7, Tue), ..............................588 (B7, Wed), 1531 (H3, Tue) Chen, Zhu ...............23 (A1, Mon), 29 (A1, Mon), .......................................................1531 (H3, Tue) Chen-Yang, Yuiwhei ....202 (B1, Tue), 322 (B2, Tue) Cheney, Matthew A.......................1541 (H4, Tue) Cheng, Alan K. .............................. 1831 (J2, Thu) Cheng, Fuyong . .............................. 63 (A1, Mon) Cheng, Fuyong . ..........................1481 (H2, Mon) Cheng, Guangjun ......................... 1196 (E7, Tue) Cheng, Ruihua ............................... 1787 (I5, Tue) Cheng, Tommy ....... 546 (B7, Tue), 566 (B7, Tue), .........................................................609 (B7, Thu) Cheng, Yang Tse . ......................... 649 (B10, Tue), ............................ 1239 (F1, Thu), 1287 (F2, Wed) Cheng, Yang-Tse . ........................ 642 (B10, Mon) Cheng, Yi-Lung .............................1379 (G4, Tue) Cheng, Yinwen ........................... 1564 (H4, Wed) Cheng-Yang, Yui Whei . ................1448 (G5, Tue) Cheon, Jun-Ho ............................ 1572 (H4, Wed) Cherkaoui, Karim . ... 940 (E1, Tue), 989 (E2, Tue) Chernomordik, Boris ................... 1343 (G3, Thu) Chernozatonskii, Leonid ..............1556 (H4, Tue) Chernyak, Leonid ........................1137 (E6, Mon) Chervin, Christopher . ...................591 (B7, Wed) Chervin, Christopher N................. 752 (B12, Tue) Chetty, Leticia O.............................. 408 (B4, Tue) Cheung, Andrea .............................. 415 (B4, Tue) Cheung, Chi . ............................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Cheung, Daniel ..............................211 (B1, Wed) Chi, Eva . ..................16 (A1, Mon), 416 (B4, Tue) Chi, Ruan ...................................... 693 (B11, Tue) Chiang, Pei-Wei ............................ 1008 (E2, Tue) Chiang, Wei-Hung ......................1501 (H3, Mon) Chiang, Yet-Ming .......................... 136 (B1, Mon) Chiao, Mu ..................................... 1051 (E3, Tue) Chiba, Kazuhiro .... 820 (C2, Mon), 835 (C2, Mon) Chidambareswarapattar, Chakkaravarthy ............ .....................................................1503 (H3, Mon) Chien, Hui-Ching .......................... 1803 (J1, Tue) Chikashige, Yohei .............................275 (B1, Fri) Chikyo, Toyohiro ............................ 997 (E2, Tue) Chikyow, Toyohiro ......................... 995 (E2, Tue) Chin, Bryan A................................. 1806 (J1, Tue) Chin, Sai Kong ..... 126 (A2, Thu), 1533 (H3, Tue) Chiou, Bi-Shiou . ............................. 33 (A1, Mon) Chiou, Si-Ming . .............................. 59 (A1, Mon) Chiu, Chi-cheng ...........................1525 (H3, Tue) Chiu, Fu-Chien ............................ 1001 (E2, Tue), .............................. 1002 (E2, Tue), 1013 (E2, Tue) Chiu, Fu-Chien ............................. 1012 (E2, Tue) Chiu, Hsin-Ying ...........................1179 (E7, Mon) Chiu, Kuo-Feng ........207 (B1, Tue), 792 (C1, Tue) Chiu, Shih-Yi . ................................ 907 (D1, Thu) Chiu, Tai-Jung ...............................1379 (G4, Tue) Chlistunoff, Jerzy ............................ 509 (B7, Tue) Cho, Chang Gi ................................ 321 (B2, Tue)

Cho, Eun Ae ............ 330 (B2, Tue), 541 (B7, Tue), ..........................1397 (G5, Mon), 1410 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1435 (G5, Tue) Cho, Eunju .................................. 1572 (H4, Wed) Cho, Hyung-Man ............................237 (B1, Thu) Cho, Jaehyun ........ 1132 (E5, Tue), 1743 (I3, Tue) Cho, Jaephil .................................... 194 (B1, Tue) Cho, Jung-Min ........ 337 (B2, Tue), 338 (B2, Tue), .......................... 1174 (E6, Wed), 1177 (E6, Wed), .......................................................1818 (J1, Wed) Cho, Mann-Ho . .............................. 950 (E1, Tue) Cho, Min-Seung ..............................869 (D1, Tue) Cho, Sung Min . .............................. 382 (B3, Tue) Cho, Won Il ............. 318 (B2, Tue), 320 (B2, Tue) Cho, Young-Dae .............................. 950 (E1, Tue) Cho, Yung-Da ................................. 203 (B1, Tue) Choa, Yong-Ho . .............................. 71 (A1, Mon) Choe, Song-yul ............................... 186 (B1, Tue) Choi, Byoungdeog ..... 955 (E1, Tue), 956 (E1, Tue) Choi, Byung-Ho ............................1417 (G5, Tue) Choi, Changhwan .......................... 927 (E1, Tue) Choi, Cheol Min ............................ 132 (A2, Thu) Choi, Eun-Young . .........................1310 (G1, Tue) Choi, Hye-Ryun ............................ 281 (B2, Mon) Choi, Hyun-Jung . ............................. 88 (A2, Tue) Choi, In-Kyu .................................1310 (G1, Tue) Choi, Ja-Yeon .................................. 514 (B7, Tue) Choi, Ja-Yeon .................................. 12 (A1, Mon) Choi, Jang Wook .......................... 1586 (H4, Thu) Choi, Ki-Ryoung ............................. 41 (A1, Mon) Choi, Kisik . ..................................... 927 (E1, Tue) Choi, SeongWoo ...............................273 (B1, Fri) Choi, Shin-Jung ........................... 1346 (G3, Thu) Choi, Sie-young .......37 (A1, Mon), 38 (A1, Mon) Choi, Sungwon .............................1447 (G5, Tue) Choi, Wan Uk ............................... 142 (B1, Mon) Choi, Woo-Sung . ............................ 196 (B1, Tue) Choi, Young June . .......................... 70 (A1, Mon) Choi, Yun-Il ....................................869 (D1, Tue) Chong, Gang Yih ......................... 1022 (E2, Wed) Chong, Sang-Ok . ............................872 (D1, Tue) Choo, Haiping ..............................734 (B11, Thu) Chorkendorff, Ib ........................... 491 (B7, Mon) Choromokos, Robert . ................... 875 (D1, Wed) Chotard, Jean-Nöel ..................... 629 (B10, Mon) Chou, Li-Jen .................................. 1150 (E6, Tue) Chou, Mitch . ...............................1144 (E6, Mon) Chou, Tse-Chuan ........................... 1803 (J1, Tue) Christen, Hans .............................. 700 (B11, Tue) Christy, Maria .......... 199 (B1, Tue), 200 (B1, Tue) Chrobak, Thorsten ........................ 144 (B1, Mon) Chu, Chun-Yu ................................. 69 (A1, Mon) Chu, D. . ................ 288 (B2, Mon), 1787 (I5, Tue) Chu, Deryn .............. 326 (B2, Tue), 327 (B2, Tue) Chu, Peter P. ..........246 (B1, Thu), 1422 (G5, Tue) Chu, Sheng-Yuan ......................... 1108 (E4, Tue), ...................................................... 1116 (E4, Wed) Chu, Yun-Han ................................ 1828 (J2, Tue) Chuang, Chin Huo ........................ 911 (D1, Thu) Chuang, Frank .............................. 1052 (E3, Tue) Chuang, Karl ................................ 685 (B11, Tue), ........................... 693 (B11, Tue), 1295 (G1, Mon) Chuang, Ya Ching . ......................... 322 (B2, Tue) Chueh, William ... 722 (B11, Thu), 726 (B11, Thu) Chun, Sangeun ............................... 308 (B2, Tue) Chun, Young-Gab ........................... 187 (B1, Tue) Chung, Chan Hwa .......................... 382 (B3, Tue) Chung, Chi-Jen ...............................792 (C1, Tue) Chung, Deuk Seok .......................1091 (E4, Mon) Chung, Ding-Wen . ........................ 1785 (I5, Tue) Chung, In-Young ........................ 1572 (H4, Wed) Chung, Jun Young ........................1553 (H4, Tue) Chung, Keum Jee ............................ 938 (E1, Tue) Chung, Sung-Ting . ........................ 907 (D1, Thu) Chung, Won Suk . ........................... 334 (B2, Tue) Churaman, Wayne ........................1819 (J1, Wed) Churilov, Alexei ............................732 (B11, Thu) Ciampi, Guido ..............................732 (B11, Thu) Cilip, Christopher ......................... 1048 (E3, Tue)

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Cimenti, Massimiliano ..................613 (B7, Thu), .........................................................617 (B7, Thu) Cimpean, Anisoara .........................793 (C1, Tue) Ciniciato, Gustavo P. M. K. .............460 (B4, Thu) Cioaca, Bogdan .............................. 1827 (J2, Tue) Ciobanu, Madalina ....................... 775 (C1, Mon) Cirignano, Leonard . .....................732 (B11, Thu) Ciucci, Francesco ..........................726 (B11, Thu) Claessens, Christian G. ..............1486 (H2, Mon), .....................................................1632 (H8, Mon) Claeys, Cor ................................... 1205 (E7, Wed) Clancy, Phil ..................................... 942 (E1, Tue) Clark, Robert ................................... 928 (E1, Tue) Clearfield, Raphael ...................... 1565 (H4, Wed) Cleemann, Lars N. .........................348 (B2, Wed) Clem, Paul . ............ 15 (A1, Mon), 244 (B1, Thu), .......................................................1816 (J1, Wed) Cliffel, David ........775 (C1, Mon), 1845 (J2, Thu) Clift, Miles ........................................262 (B1, Fri) Climent, Victor ..............................440 (B4, Wed) Coates, D. ...................................... 292 (B2, Mon) Cockayne, Eric .............................. 1193 (E7, Tue) Cocke, David .................................. 1704 (I1, Tue) Coffey, Kevin . ................................. 34 (A1, Mon) Coffin, Adam . ..............................718 (B11, Wed) Cohen, Guy . ................................... 933 (E1, Tue) Colbow, Vesna . ........ 543 (B7, Tue), 546 (B7, Tue) Cole, Ivan S.................................... 890 (D1, Wed) Cole, J Vernon . .............................1416 (G5, Tue) Colet, Melanie . .............................1364 (G4, Tue) Coll, Mariona ............................... 1029 (E2, Wed) Collier, Jay . ...................................1539 (H4, Tue) Collins, Philip ............................... 646 (B10, Tue) Collins, Tony J. ............................. 1057 (E3, Tue) Collord, Andrew D.........................1816 (J1, Wed) Colombo, Luigi ...........................1182 (E7, Mon), ......................................................1202 (E7, Mon) Coman, Vasile .................................455 (B4, Thu) Compton, Richard G. ...................1680 (I1, Sun), ...................................................... 1732 (I3, Mon) Connolly, R. ....................................790 (C1, Tue) Conrad, Daniel . .............................. 100 (A2, Tue) Consiglio, Steven P.......................... 928 (E1, Tue) Constantino, Jose Carlos ............1618 (H8, Mon) Constantz, Brent ........................1303 (G1, Mon), .......................................................1316 (G1, Tue) Constanz, Brent .............................468 (B5, Wed) Contés, Enid . .................................... 84 (A2, Tue) Contreras, Rocio ............................. 940 (E1, Tue) Cook, Adam W....... 15 (A1, Mon), 1816 (J1, Wed) Cooney, Michael ..... 403 (B4, Tue), 413 (B4, Tue), ................................. 415 (B4, Tue), 458 (B4, Thu) Cooper-White, Justin .....................431 (B4, Wed) Coopersmith, Kaitlin ..................... 1825 (J2, Tue) Coors, Grover W............................ 680 (B11, Tue) Copel, M ......................................... 934 (E1, Tue) Copel, Matthew ....... 926 (E1, Tue), 927 (E1, Tue) Copeland, R. G. . ............................ 1781 (I5, Tue) Cormack, Michael . ........................ 1756 (I4, Tue) Correia Anacleto, Anthony . ........1123 (E5, Mon) Corvaglia, Valentina ...................1630 (H8, Mon) Coss, Brian ................................... 1204 (E7, Wed) Costa, Gustavo .............................. 692 (B11, Tue) Costa, Silvia M...............................1638 (H8, Tue) Costentin, Cyrille . ....................... 1725 (I3, Mon) Côté, Daniel .................................1041 (E3, Mon) Coull, Zoe . ................................... 1230 (F1, Wed) Coulon, Romain ............................. 35 (A1, Mon) Coumbe, Curtis . ..........................1462 (H1, Tue), .........................1609 (H5, Wed), 1614 (H5, Wed), ........................................................ 1791 (J1, Tue) Courtel, Fabrice M..........................221 (B1, Wed) Couture-Martin, Frédéric ............... 808 (C2, Sun) Cox, Jonathan ............................... 650 (B10, Tue) Crane, Jared . ................................1120 (E5, Mon) Cresce, Arthur von .........................213 (B1, Wed) Crispin, Xavier ..............................1824 (J1, Wed) Cristea, Cecilia ............................... 808 (C2, Sun) Cristiani, Cinzia ............................1414 (G5, Tue)

Crochet, Jared .............................1510 (H3, Mon) Crofts, William E.............................386 (B3, Wed) Cronin, J. Scott ........................... 640 (B10, Mon) Cronin, Stephen B..........................1549 (H4, Tue) Cross, Andrew ............................... 156 (B1, Mon) Cross, Mark ...................................1368 (G4, Tue) Crowe, Iain Forbes .......................1079 (E4, Mon) Crumlin, Ethan ............................. 700 (B11, Tue) Cruz, Martín . ................................1313 (G1, Tue) Cruz, Melvin ................................ 1204 (E7, Wed) Cruz, Roel . ..................................1358 (G4, Mon) Cruz, Y. ............................................790 (C1, Tue) Cruz-Díaz, Martín ..........................1269 (F2, Tue) Cuevas-Arteaga, Cecilia .................858 (D1, Tue), ...............................880 (D1, Wed), 1792 (J1, Tue) Cugnet, Mikaël . ..... 238 (B1, Thu), 363 (B3, Tue), ........................................................387 (B3, Wed) Cugnet, Mikael . .............................392 (B3, Wed) Cui, Kai ........................................ 1070 (E3, Wed) Cui, Yi ................... 223 (B1, Wed), 367 (B3, Tue), ...................................................... 1586 (H4, Thu) Cukrowski, Ignacy ...................... 1662 (H9, Wed) Culjat, Martin ............................... 1050 (E3, Tue) Cullis, A.G. ..................................... 1812 (J1, Tue) Cummins, Dustin ........................ 1343 (G3, Thu) Cuomo, Jerry . ................................... 4 (A1, Mon) Curiel, Mario ................................... 953 (E1, Tue) Curley, Steven ...............................1541 (H4, Tue) Currano, Luke ...............................1819 (J1, Wed) Cutler, J.N. .....................................107 (A2, Wed) Cutler, Sara .............1707 (I1, Tue), 1825 (J2, Tue) Cvelbar, U. ...................................1121 (E5, Mon) Cvelbar, Uros . ..............................1119 (E5, Mon) Cwik, Stefan .................................... 341 (B2, Tue) Czerwinski, Kenneth . .................1294 (G1, Mon)

Day, Daniel . ................................... 814 (C2, Sun) Daza Millone, Maria Antonieta ......837 (C3, Tue) De Almeida, Nicole E...................1398 (G5, Mon) de Boer, Wiebe ............................. 1215 (E7, Wed) De Gendt, Stefan . ........................1181 (E7, Mon) de Heer, Walt A. ...........................1180 (E7, Mon) De Jaeger, Brice ... 1205 (E7, Wed), 1208 (E7, Wed) De Jonghe, Lutgard ....................... 673 (B11, Tue) De Jonghe, Lutgard ....................... 681 (B11, Tue) De La Cruz, Pilar .........................1491 (H2, Mon) de la Fuente, Daniel .......................865 (D1, Tue), .........................................................867 (D1, Tue) de la Iglesia, Pablo . ..57 (A1, Mon), 418 (B4, Tue) De Paz, Héloise H...........................1765 (I4, Wed) De Rache, Aurore ........................... 1710 (I1, Tue) de Saja, Jose Antonio ..................1618 (H8, Mon) De Silva, Kandaudage Channa R..... 80 (A1, Mon) de Souza Pinto, Simone ................. 1711 (I1, Tue) de Souza, Christina ....................... 1093 (E4, Tue) de Tacconi, Norma ........................ 492 (B7, Mon) Debe, Mark .....................................598 (B7, Wed) Decès-Petit, Cyrille . ........................ 530 (B7, Tue) DeCaluwe, Steven ...........................740 (B11, Fri) DeCoster, Mark ...............................796 (C1, Tue) Decoutere, Stefaan ........................1817 (J1, Wed) Deen, Jamal ................................... 1049 (E3, Tue) Deen, M. J.......... 1055 (E3, Tue), 1253 (F2, Mon), .......................................................1813 (J1, Wed) Deen, M. J.......... 1064 (E3, Wed), 1066 (E3, Wed) Deen, M. Jamal ............................. 1056 (E3, Tue) Deen, William ...............................1538 (H4, Tue) Deepalochani, SampathKumar .....1425 (G5, Tue) DeFriend Obrey, Kimberly A. . .... 1571 (H4, Wed) Deibel, Carsten . ............................1494 (H2, Tue) Dejaeger, Brice . ............................... 987 (E2, Tue) del Pilar, Joselyn . ........................... 1709 (I1, Tue) Delabie, Annelies ............................ 931 (E1, Tue) Delgado, Juan L............................1478 (H2, Mon) Deligianni, H. . ...............................1262 (F2, Tue) Dellinger, Anthony L....................... 100 (A2, Tue) Delmas, Claude .......................... 636 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 657 (B10, Tue) Deloach, Devethia ......................1513 (H3, Mon) Dembinska, Beata ..........................596 (B7, Wed) Dementev, Nikolay .................... 1573 (H4, Wed), ..................................................... 1579 (H4, Wed) DeMeyer, Kristin .....987 (E2, Tue), 1205 (E7, Wed) Demopoulos, George .....................474 (B5, Wed) Deng, Chih-Kang ............................ 33 (A1, Mon) Deng, Haixia .......... 250 (B1, Thu), 252 (B1, Thu) Deng, Ming-Jay ............................ 1231 (F1, Wed) Denholm, Paul ...............................476 (B6, Wed) Dennison, Stephen ...................... 1342 (G3, Thu) Densmore, Crystal G. . ................1518 (H3, Mon) DePaoli, David ..............................1537 (H3, Tue) D’Epifanio, Alessandra ................... 325 (B2, Tue), ....................................................... 695 (B11, Tue) Derardja, Akila .............................1253 (F2, Mon) Deria, Pravas ...............................1511 (H3, Mon) Deshpande, Rutooj D.................. 642 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 649 (B10, Tue) Deshpande, Vikram ......................1549 (H4, Tue) Désilets, Christian ........................... 19 (A1, Mon) Deveney, Bridget ............................. 17 (A1, Mon) Devens, Gust ...............................1631 (H8, Mon) Devi, Anjana ................................... 341 (B2, Tue) Devlin, Christie . ......................... 1578 (H4, Wed) Dewan, Alim ..................................430 (B4, Wed) Dhak, Debasis ...............................1376 (G4, Tue) Dhanushkodi, Shankar ....................277 (B1, Fri), ........................................................349 (B2, Wed) Dhar, Sarit ..................................... 1157 (E6, Tue) Dhirani, Al-Amin ...........................110 (A2, Wed) Di Bartolomeo, Elisabetta ............. 695 (B11, Tue) Di Natale, Corrado .....................1623 (H8, Mon), .....................................................1628 (H8, Mon) Di Noto, Vito . ................................. 507 (B7, Tue) Diamond, Dermot . ..................... 1580 (H4, Wed) Diamond, Kevin . .......................... 1057 (E3, Tue)

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Dadgarinezhad, Athareh ................847 (D1, Tue), .........................................................848 (D1, Tue) Dahlkild, Anders .............................256 (B1, Thu) Dahlstrøm, Per Kristian .................. 561 (B7, Tue) Dahn, J. ................. 464 (B5, Wed), 598 (B7, Wed) Dai, Jing ........................................ 1148 (E6, Tue) Dai, Jing-Jie ................................... 1165 (E6, Tue) Dai, Sheng ............. 191 (B1, Tue), 1537 (H3, Tue) Dai, Xianwen ................................1377 (G4, Tue) Daimon, Hideo ............................... 179 (B1, Tue) Dameron, A. ................................1402 (G5, Mon) Damian, Alexis ..............................1233 (F1, Thu) D’ Amico, Arnaldo ......................1623 (H8, Mon) D’Amico, Arnaldo .......................1628 (H8, Mon) Damlencourt, Jean-Francois ........... 945 (E1, Tue) Danesh, Ehsan ..............................1823 (J1, Wed) Dang, Linh ................................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Daniel, Claus . ........ 143 (B1, Mon), 364 (B3, Tue) Daniel, Mimi ................................. 779 (C1, Mon) Daniel, Robert ............................... 149 (B1, Mon) Dao, Le ........................................... 120 (A2, Thu) Daramola, Damilola . ...................... 535 (B7, Tue) Da Ros, Tatiana .............................1540 (H4, Tue) Das Gupta, Rajshekar .................... 353 (B3, Mon) Das, Jagotamoy ..... 1691 (I1, Tue), 1836 (J2, Thu) Das, Rupasree R. ...........................1091 (E4, Mon) da Silva Pereira, M. Isabel ...............857 (D1, Tue) da Silva, Roberto .......................... 1026 (E2, Wed) Das, Sushant . ................................1464 (H1, Tue) Dashtimoghadam, Erfan . .............105 (A2, Wed), ............................ 1432 (G5, Tue), 1591 (H4, Thu) Datta, Moni Kanchan .....................242 (B1, Thu) Dattelbaum, Andrew M. ............. 1571 (H4, Wed) Davidson, Isobel ............................221 (B1, Wed) Davidson, J. L. ........ 314 (B2, Tue), 1840 (J2, Thu) Davis, Anthony ............................. 821 (C2, Mon) Davis, Despina ....... 21 (A1, Mon), 796 (C1, Tue), ........................................................1275 (F2, Tue) Davis, Kathryn ............................. 1723 (I3, Mon) Davis, Linda J...... 626 (B10, Mon), 656 (B10, Tue) Davis, Virginia ......443 (B4, Thu), 1557 (H4, Tue) Dawson, Karen .............................. 1842 (J2, Thu)

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Díaz, Madeline ............................... 1709 (I1, Tue) Diaz-Garcia, Maria A....................1622 (H8, Mon) Dickinson, Edmund J.F. ............... 1732 (I3, Mon) Didierjean, Sophie ........................1415 (G5, Tue) Diebold, Alain C............................ 1192 (E7, Tue) Dieckmann, Gregg R......................1525 (H3, Tue) Diesing, Detlef ............................. 1067 (E3, Wed) Dillet, Jerome ......1415 (G5, Tue), 1445 (G5, Tue) Dillon, Anne ................................. 151 (B1, Mon) Dillon, Anne ................................... 373 (B3, Tue) Dillon, Tom ................................... 749 (B12, Tue) Dimas, Clara . ............................... 1077 (E3, Wed) Dimitrakopoulos, Christos ..........1184 (E7, Mon) Dimitrakopoulos, Christos ..........1179 (E7, Mon) Dimitrov, Nikolay .........................1232 (F1, Thu) Ding, Lei . .................................... 1564 (H4, Wed) Ding, Yi ........................................ 1217 (F1, Wed) Ding, Yu-jie .................................. 1077 (E3, Wed) Ding, Yun-Hsiang . ....................... 1077 (E3, Wed) Ding, Zhifeng ................................. 1780 (I5, Tue) Dinh, H. ......................................1402 (G5, Mon) Dinh, Hung-Cuong ......................... 320 (B2, Tue) Dini, Francesca . ..........................1628 (H8, Mon) Dirmyer, Matthew . ...................... 1345 (G3, Thu) Diwald, Oliver ..............................1085 (E4, Mon) Dixon, David . ............................... 885 (D1, Wed) Dixon, David . ...............................1367 (G4, Tue) Djara, Vladimir ............................... 989 (E2, Tue) Djenizian, Thierry ........................1087 (E4, Mon) Djilali, Ned .....................................600 (B7, Wed) Djurado, Elisabeth .......................708 (B11, Wed) Dligatch, Svetlana ........................ 876 (D1, Wed), ........................................................ 905 (D1, Thu) Dlott, Dana D. . ...............................611 (B7, Thu) Dmitrieva, Evgenia ......................1554 (H4, Tue), ........................................................ 1720 (I1, Tue) Doan, T. N. L............9 (A1, Mon), 357 (B3, Mon) Dobley, Arthur .............................. 749 (B12, Tue) Dobrzaniecka, Anna . .....................435 (B4, Wed) Dolati, Abolghasem ...................... 131 (A2, Thu), .............................. 1532 (H3, Tue), 1689 (I1, Tue) Dolensky, Jan .................................. 31 (A1, Mon) Domaradzki, Jarosław ................... 1097 (E4, Tue) Domen, Kazunari .......................... 494 (B7, Mon) Doneux, Thomas .......................... 1710 (I1, Tue), ...................................................... 1732 (I3, Mon) Donne, Scott ....... 145 (B1, Mon), 156 (B1, Mon), ................................ 193 (B1, Tue), 861 (D1, Tue), ........................................................ 1692 (I1, Tue) Doo, Seok-Gwang .......................... 372 (B3, Tue), ..................................................... 630 (B10, Mon) Doorn, Stephen . ........................1506 (H3, Mon), ......................... 1518 (H3, Mon), 1571 (H4, Wed) Dorai, Arun Kumar ........................ 381 (B3, Tue), ........................................................ 1810 (J1, Tue) Dorn, Harry C............................. 1605 (H5, Wed), ..........................1607 (H5, Wed), 1608 (H5, Wed) Dorn, Susanne . ...... 562 (B7, Tue), 579 (B7, Wed) Dorris, Stephen ............................. 687 (B11, Tue) dos Santos, Diego ........................... 1750 (I4, Tue) dos Santos, Luciano .......................440 (B4, Wed) Dost, Sadik ........... 62 (A1, Mon), 1207 (E7, Wed) Dotelli, Giovanni ..........................1414 (G5, Tue) Doty, Patrick . ...............................1092 (E4, Mon) Dotzler, Christian . ....................... 1229 (F1, Wed) Dow, Wei-Ping ................................ 50 (A1, Mon) Dowlapalli, Madhusudhana ..........575 (B7, Wed) Doyle, Fiona M.............................1359 (G4, Mon) Drackett, Thomas S......................1302 (G1, Mon) Drake, Melanie .............................710 (B11, Wed) Drews, Andy . ............................... 1290 (F2, Wed) Dreyer, Wolfgang .......................... 148 (B1, Mon) Drezen, Thierry ............................. 147 (B1, Mon) Drillet, Jean-Francois ....................224 (B1, Wed), ....................................................... 756 (B12, Tue) Drillkens, Julia ...............................233 (B1, Wed) Drnec, Jakub . .................................. 20 (A1, Mon) Drob, Paula ............ 72 (A1, Mon), 793 (C1, Tue), ......... 794 (C1, Tue), 855 (D1, Tue), 856 (D1, Tue)

Drob, Silviu I........... 72 (A1, Mon), 793 (C1, Tue), ......... 794 (C1, Tue), 855 (D1, Tue), 856 (D1, Tue) Dru, Sophie ................................. 663 (B11, Mon) D’Souza, Francis ...........................1455 (H1, Tue), .............................1464 (H1, Tue), 1649 (H9, Tue) Du Pasquier, Aurelien .................... 161 (B1, Tue), ...................................................... 1173 (E6, Wed) Du, Heyun . .................................. 1590 (H4, Thu) Du, Hui . ........................................729 (B11, Thu) Du, Luchao . ..................................1647 (H9, Tue) Du, Peng . ....................................... 816 (C2, Sun) Duan, Ziquing .............................. 1173 (E6, Wed) Dubarry, Matthieu .........................238 (B1, Thu), ............................... 363 (B3, Tue), 392 (B3, Wed), ................................442 (B4, Thu), 480 (B6, Wed) Dube, Abhishek . ............................921 (E1, Mon) Dubourdieu, Catherine ................... 990 (E2, Tue) Dubrunfaut, Olivier .................... 639 (B10, Mon) Duchao, Zhang .............................1380 (G4, Tue) Ducroquet, Frederique .................... 990 (E2, Tue) Dudney, Nancy J........................... 143 (B1, Mon), .........243 (B1, Thu), 319 (B2, Tue), 364 (B3, Tue), ...............................765 (B12, Tue), 1785 (I5, Tue) Dueñas, Salvador ............................ 954 (E1, Tue) Dugovics, Allison ............................ 535 (B7, Tue) Duh, J.G. .............. 150 (B1, Mon), 248 (B1, Thu), ........................................................ 908 (D1, Thu) Duh, Jenq-Gong . ...........................220 (B1, Wed) Duncan, Hugues ............................ 1695 (I1, Tue) Duncan, Teresa . .......303 (B2, Tue), 786 (C1, Tue) Dunford, Jeffrey .............................110 (A2, Wed) Dunlap, Barbara ........................... 1016 (E2, Wed) Dunn, Kayne ................................1083 (E4, Mon) Dunsch, Lothar ............................ 655 (B10, Tue), ............................1462 (H1, Tue), 1466 (H1, Tue), .......................... 1554 (H4, Tue), 1603 (H5, Wed), .........................1611 (H5, Wed), 1612 (H5, Wed), .........................1613 (H5, Wed), 1615 (H5, Wed), ...............................1720 (I1, Tue), 1747 (I4, Tue), ........................................................ 1753 (I4, Tue) Dunsh, Lothar ...............................1464 (H1, Tue) Dunwoody, Drew ............................ 523 (B7, Tue) Duque, Juan ................................1506 (H3, Mon) Duque, Juan G............................1518 (H3, Mon), ..................................................... 1571 (H4, Wed) Dusek, Milos .......... 346 (B2, Wed), 554 (B7, Tue) Dutta, Debosruti .........................1501 (H3, Mon) Dutta, Indrajit ............................. 642 (B10, Mon) Dutta, Monica M.............................. 543 (B7, Tue) Dutta, Prabir . ................................1821 (J1, Wed) Dutta, Sumit . ................................1546 (H4, Tue) Dvorak, Petr .................................... 205 (B1, Tue) Dy, Eben S........................................744 (B11, Fri) Dyakonov, Vladimir . ....................1494 (H2, Tue) Dysart, Jennifer ............................. 752 (B12, Tue) Dysart, Jennifer ..............................591 (B7, Wed)

Eikerling, Michael .......................... 517 (B7, Tue), ...............................594 (B7, Wed), 618 (B7, Thu), ............................ 1401 (G5, Mon), 1738 (I3, Tue) Eikerling, Michael .......................... 49 (A1, Mon), ........ 519 (B7, Tue), 570 (B7, Wed), 1683 (I1, Tue) Einabad, Omid ............................ 1577 (H4, Wed) Eisenbraun, Eric .............................978 (E2, Mon) Eizenberg, Moshe ............................ 934 (E1, Tue) El Sawy, Ehab N................................605 (B7, Thu) El-Desouki, Munir M...................... 1056 (E3, Tue) El-Mekki, Zaid .............................. 1280 (F2, Wed) El-Naggar, Moh ..............................426 (B4, Wed) El-Sayed, Hany A.............................584 (B7, Wed) Elango, P. .......................................1320 (G1, Tue) El-Desouki, Munir M..................... 1066 (E3, Wed) Elinder, Fredrik . ............................ 1849 (J2, Thu) Eliseev, Eugene ............................... 1785 (I5, Tue) Elkhakani, My Ali ..........................595 (B7, Wed) Ellis, Brian ..................................... 656 (B10, Tue) Elmadjian, Raffi . .......................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Elouatik, Samir ...............................474 (B5, Wed) Emelyanova, Julia ....................... 662 (B11, Mon) Emmanuel, Bosco ......................... 890 (D1, Wed) Enculescu, Ionut ......86 (A2, Tue), 1162 (E6, Tue) Enculescu, Monica ........................ 1162 (E6, Tue) Ender, Moses ................................. 144 (B1, Mon) Endler, Cornelia ...........................704 (B11, Wed) Endo, Kazuhiko . .......................... 1015 (E2, Wed) Endo, Morinobu . ........................ 1576 (H4, Wed) Endoh, Tetsuo ........ 918 (E1, Mon), 962 (E1, Tue) Endoh, Tetsuo ................................923 (E1, Mon) Eneman, Geert ......987 (E2, Tue), 1205 (E7, Wed) Engelmann, Sebastian . ................... 933 (E1, Tue) Englehardt, George ....................... 889 (D1, Wed) Engstfeld, Albert . ......................... 1778 (I5, Mon) Engtrakul, C. ...............................1402 (G5, Mon) Enoki, Haruka ............................. 1599 (H5, Wed) Enríquez, Yanira ............................. 1826 (J2, Tue) Epping Martin, Kathi ...................... 169 (B1, Tue) Eppinger, Jörg . ............................... 1700 (I1, Tue) Erbe, Andreas ............................... 1772 (I5, Mon) Eriksson, Sten-G ............................ 672 (B11, Tue) Erlbacher, Tobias ............................. 986 (E2, Tue) Erlebacher, Jonah ........................ 1219 (F1, Wed), ...................................................... 1227 (F1, Wed) Esat, Burak . ................................... 285 (B2, Mon) Escudo, Nikole ..............................1463 (H1, Tue) Espinoza-Montero, Patricio ........... 811 (C2, Sun) Estrada, David ............................... 1188 (E7, Tue) Estrada, David ...............................1546 (H4, Tue) Etcheberry, Arnaud ........................1256 (F2, Tue) Evans, Dennis .............................. 1722 (I3, Mon) Everaert, JL. ....................................917 (E1, Mon) Evers, Stefan ...................................1673 (I1, Sun) Evrensel, Cahit ............................1391 (G5, Mon) Exnar, Ivan .................................... 147 (B1, Mon)

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Eastcott, Jennie ...........................1404 (G5, Mon) Easterling, Michael . .................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Easton, E. Bradley .......................... 512 (B7, Tue), ........................ 1335 (G3, Wed), 1398 (G5, Mon), .....................................................1404 (G5, Mon) Eaves, David M.............................. 1031 (E2, Wed) Ebbesen, Sune D . ........................ 1338 (G3, Wed) Eberle, Felix ..................................1249 (F2, Mon) Ebrahimi Takalloo, Saeedeh .............. 6 (A1, Mon) Echegoyen, Luis .........................1473 (H2, Mon), ..........................1597 (H5, Wed), 1608 (H5, Wed) Echegoyen, Luis ................................ 85 (A2, Tue) Eddy, Charles ................................ 1149 (E6, Tue) Eddy, Jr., Charles ........................... 1146 (E6, Tue) Edge, L . ........................................... 934 (E1, Tue) Edström, Kristina ............................859 (D1, Tue) Eggen, Kjell ...................................1412 (G5, Tue) Eghbalnia, Maziar .........................1367 (G4, Tue) Ehrhardt, Jean .............................1358 (G4, Mon) Eichhorn, Bryan .............................. 556 (B7, Tue) Eika, Atsushi . .................................. 999 (E2, Tue)

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Fabbri, Emiliana ............................ 676 (B11, Tue) Fabbro, Chiara ............................1630 (H8, Mon) Fabian, Cesimiro P.......................1307 (G1, Mon) Fabre, Bruno . .................................1674 (I1, Sun) Fagan, Jeffrey . ...1515 (H3, Mon), 1553 (H4, Tue) Fahlman, Mats ............................ 1660 (H9, Wed) Fahrenholtz, William .................... 897 (D1, Thu), ...... 899 (D1, Thu), 900 (D1, Thu), 901 (D1, Thu) Fainstein, Alejandro ........................837 (C3, Tue) Fair, Geoff . ..................................... 899 (D1, Thu) Fakhari, Ali Reza . ............................797 (C1, Tue) Falase, Akinbayowa ....27 (A1, Mon), 419 (B4, Tue) Fan, Caimei ...................................1319 (G1, Tue) Fan, Liang-Jen .............................1355 (G4, Mon) Fan, Meikun .................................. 1830 (J2, Thu) Fan, Qinbai ...................................1311 (G1, Tue) Fan, Simon ...................................... 182 (B1, Tue) Fang, H.T. .......................................107 (A2, Wed) Fang, Jun ........................................1261 (F2, Tue) Fang, Q. ..........................................914 (E1, Mon)

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Fang, Qiyin ....... 1036 (E3, Mon), 1049 (E3, Tue), .............................. 1056 (E3, Tue), 1057 (E3, Tue) Fang, Te-Hua ................................... 101 (A2, Tue) Fang, Ying-Chien .......................... 1108 (E4, Tue) Farías, D. .....................................1477 (H2, Mon) Farber, Boris ................................... 1790 (J1, Tue) Fares, Stephen J. ..............................255 (B1, Thu) Fariza, Mohamad .........................1143 (E6, Mon) Farkas, Daniel . .............................1039 (E3, Mon) Farkas, Daniel L................................791 (C1, Tue) Farkas, David . .............................. 1031 (E2, Wed) Farmer, Damon ............................1179 (E7, Mon) Farooque, Mohammad ................... 548 (B7, Tue) Farrusseng, David . .........................253 (B1, Thu), ............................... 466 (B5, Wed), 528 (B7, Tue), .............................. 686 (B11, Tue), 691 (B11, Tue) Fatih, Khalid .....................................272 (B1, Fri) Fave, Alain . .................................... 123 (A2, Thu) Fedkin, Mark ............................... 1334 (G3, Wed) Fedkiw, Peter ..................................... 4 (A1, Mon) Feijoo, Pedro ................................... 954 (E1, Tue) Feldman, Leonard ......................... 1157 (E6, Tue) Felice, Carl . ................................. 1574 (H4, Wed) Felice, Valeria .................................. 325 (B2, Tue) Fellner, Joseph P. ........................... 761 (B12, Tue) Feng, Fangxia ......... 568 (B7, Tue), 593 (B7, Wed) Feng, Florina ................................1037 (E3, Mon) Feng, J.K. ........................................227 (B1, Wed) Feng, Ji ............................................ 461 (B5, Tue) Feng, Li W...................................... 1008 (E2, Tue) Feng, Yan . ..................................... 766 (B12, Tue) Feng, Yongjun ................................. 508 (B7, Tue) Fenton, James M. .........................1423 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1424 (G5, Tue) Fenton, Kyle .......... 15 (A1, Mon), 1816 (J1, Wed) Fenton, Kyle ....................................244 (B1, Thu) Ferancova, Adriana ....................... 1834 (J2, Thu) Fergus, Jeffrey W............................. 1796 (J1, Tue) Ferguson, Andrew .......................1514 (H3, Mon) Fernandes, Carlos . ........................ 1093 (E4, Tue) Fernandez-Lazaro, Fernando . ....1488 (H2, Mon), .....................................................1622 (H8, Mon) Ferré-Borrull, Josep . .................... 1071 (E3, Wed), ......................................................1088 (E4, Mon) Ferreira, Mario G............................. 118 (A2, Thu) Feste, Sebastian F.............................. 944 (E1, Tue) Fey, George Ting-Kuo . .................... 203 (B1, Tue) Fichet, Odile . ................................ 746 (B12, Tue) Fierro, Jose Luis G..........................1457 (H1, Tue) Figueroa, Yaritza ................................ 99 (A2, Tue) Filippini, Daniel ..........................1628 (H8, Mon) Filippone, Salvatore ......................1494 (H2, Tue) Filler, Robert .................................... 159 (B1, Tue) Filpi, Antonio ................................1430 (G5, Tue) Findlay, A. ......................................917 (E1, Mon) Finnie, Paul .................................1504 (H3, Mon) Fiori, Gianluca .............................. 1198 (E7, Tue) Firestone, Millicent ..................... 1658 (H9, Wed) Firrincieli, Andrea ........................ 1208 (E7, Wed) Firsich, David .................................219 (B1, Wed) Fischer, Caitlin ................................ 409 (B4, Tue) Fischer, Daniel . ............................. 149 (B1, Mon) Fischer, Peter ................................... 539 (B7, Tue) Fischer, Roland . .............................. 341 (B2, Tue) Fischetti, Massimo V.......................915 (E1, Mon) Fitch, Alanah . ................................ 1694 (I1, Tue) Flammia, Elisa ...............................1430 (G5, Tue) Fleming, Barry . ...........................1354 (G4, Mon) Flitsyian, Elena .............................1137 (E6, Mon) Flock, Michaela ............................. 833 (C2, Mon) Floresca, Carlo . .............................. 125 (A2, Thu) Floresca, Carlo . ............................1202 (E7, Mon) Fluegel, Alexander . .....................1248 (F2, Mon), ......................................................1251 (F2, Mon) Follink, Bart . .................................1366 (G4, Tue) Fompeyrine, Jean ......................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Fonash, Stephen J........................... 124 (A2, Thu) Fonseca, Luis ................................... 208 (B1, Tue) Fontanesi, Claudio ........................1468 (H1, Tue)

Formentin, Pilar .......................... 1071 (E3, Wed), ......................................................1088 (E4, Mon) Forrester, Jenny ............................. 145 (B1, Mon) Fortini, Art .....................................219 (B1, Wed) Fourgeot, Fabrice . ......................... 757 (B12, Tue) Fowler, Michael .......... 276 (B1, Fri), 277 (B1, Fri), ..............................349 (B2, Wed), 1409 (G5, Tue) Fowler, Michael ...........................1399 (G5, Mon) Frade, Tânia . ...................................857 (D1, Tue) Fradin, Cécile ................................ 1098 (E4, Tue) Fragoso, Rogelio J. ............................. 94 (A2, Tue) Francis, Sonja ..................................607 (B7, Thu) Franco, Alejandro A........................ 35 (A1, Mon), ..........257 (B1, Thu), 258 (B1, Thu), 265 (B1, Fri), ............................ 569 (B7, Wed), 1299 (G1, Mon) Frank, Arthur .................................. 315 (B2, Tue) Frank, Martin .......... 926 (E1, Tue), 927 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 933 (E1, Tue) Frank, Otakar ................................ 655 (B10, Tue) Franson, Simon ...............................859 (D1, Tue) Frateur, Isabelle ............................. 884 (D1, Wed) Fray, Derek ......... 353 (B3, Mon), 1386 (G4, Wed) Fredriksson, Wendy ........................859 (D1, Tue) Freidrich, K. Andreas . ...................1408 (G5, Tue) Freitag, Marcus .............................1184 (E7, Mon) Freund, Michael ............................1450 (G5, Tue) Frey, Lothar ..................................... 986 (E2, Tue) Frey, Matthew .............................1393 (G5, Mon) Friebel, Daniel ............................... 485 (B7, Mon) Friedrich, K. Andreas . .................... 539 (B7, Tue), .............................. 572 (B7, Wed), 576 (B7, Wed), .............................614 (B7, Thu), 1400 (G5, Mon) Frites, Mourad .............................. 1347 (G3, Thu) Fritsch, Ingrid . .................................. 8 (A1, Mon) Frontana-Uribe, Bernardo A............ 66 (A1, Mon), ........................................................ 811 (C2, Sun) Fry, Albert J..................................... 821 (C2, Mon) Fu, Xian-Zhu ................................. 693 (B11, Tue) Fu, Yang . ...................................... 1062 (E3, Wed) Fuchigami, Toshio . ....................... 802 (C2, Sun), ..............................813 (C2, Sun), 823 (C2, Mon), ....................................................... 826 (C2, Mon) Fuchs, Alan . ................................1391 (G5, Mon) Fuentes, Roderick E...................... 1327 (G3, Wed) Fuess, Hartmut ..............................1437 (G5, Tue) Fuhrer, Timothy J......................... 1607 (H5, Wed) Fujie, Shunsuke .............................. 810 (C2, Sun) Fujigaya, Tsuyohiko ..................... 1588 (H4, Thu) Fujinami, Tatsuo ............................. 383 (B3, Tue) Fujiwara, Keisuke ........................1395 (G5, Mon) Fujiwara, Masamune ...................... 806 (C2, Sun) Fujiwara, Naoko ............................ 280 (B2, Mon) Fukae, Katsuya .............................. 1153 (E6, Tue) Fukata, Naoki .................................. 997 (E2, Tue) Fukumitsu, Hitoshi ........................ 1746 (I4, Tue) Fukuta, Kenji ............. 192 (B1, Tue), 275 (B1, Fri) Fukutsuka, Tomokazu .................... 531 (B7, Tue), .............................. 620 (B7, Thu), 697 (B11, Tue), ............................. 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Fukuya, Satomi ............................. 653 (B10, Tue) Fukuzumi, Shunichi . .................1491 (H2, Mon), ............................1493 (H2, Tue), 1497 (H2, Tue), ........................1625 (H8, Mon), 1635 (H8, Mon), .......................................................1637 (H8, Tue) Fuller, L. ...................................... 1574 (H4, Wed) Fuller, Nicholas ............................... 933 (E1, Tue) Fuller, Thomas ...............................218 (B1, Wed) Fuller, Thomas .............................. 286 (B2, Mon) Fuller, Timothy ...........................1394 (G5, Mon) Funken, Stefan ...... 390 (B3, Wed), 391 (B3, Wed) Furlan, Andrej .................................859 (D1, Tue) Furlan, Neza .................................1120 (E5, Mon) Furube, Akihiro .....1641 (H9, Tue), 1647 (H9, Tue) Furukawa, Kazuchika .................... 1153 (E6, Tue) Furukawa, Yoko ..............................424 (B4, Wed) Furusaki, Keizo ............................... 1799 (J1, Tue) Furuya, Tatsuya ............................. 287 (B2, Mon)

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Gaberšček, Miran ....148 (B1, Mon), 1736 (I3, Tue) Gabriel, Tim .................................. 146 (B1, Mon) Gabrielsson, Erik .............................788 (C1, Tue) Gage, Max ....................................... 968 (E1, Tue) Gago Rodriguez, Aldo ..................... 508 (B7, Tue) Gaikwad, Sanjay . ............................781 (C1, Tue) Galatage, Rohit ............................... 937 (E1, Tue) Gallego, María . ...........................1476 (H2, Mon) Gallego-Gomez, Francisco ..........1622 (H8, Mon) Gallo Stampino, Paola ..................1414 (G5, Tue) Galloway, Roy ................................230 (B1, Wed) Gamble, Harold . ... 919 (E1, Mon), 936 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 946 (E1, Tue) Gamble, Harold . ...... 963 (E1, Tue), 969 (E1, Tue) Gamo, Hidenori ............................1536 (H3, Tue) Gao, Han ......................................... 302 (B2, Tue) Gao, Jing ......................................1126 (E5, Mon) Gao, Xin .......................................... 370 (B3, Tue) Gaponenko, Nikolai . ...................1086 (E4, Mon) Garabedian, Gregory . ...................1438 (G5, Tue) Garanin, E. ...................................... 304 (B2, Tue) Garbarino, Sébastien ..................... 484 (B7, Mon) García, Angélica .............................. 66 (A1, Mon) García, Héctor ................................. 954 (E1, Tue) Garcia, Edwin ................................. 1785 (I5, Tue) Gardea, Andy ....................................262 (B1, Fri) Gardner, Paul ................................ 1014 (B2, Tue) Garduño, Cynthia . ......................... 66 (A1, Mon) Garg, Pranav . ................................. 124 (A2, Thu) Garich, Holly . .............................1296 (G1, Mon) Garland, Nancy ............................... 169 (B1, Tue) Garnett, Merrill ..... 772 (C1, Mon), 774 (C1, Mon) Garnica, Manuela . ......................1477 (H2, Mon) Garrido, Blas ................................ 1112 (E4, Wed) Garros, Xavier ................................. 932 (E1, Tue) Garzon, Fernando ......................... 1790 (J1, Tue), ................................1794 (J1, Tue), 1795 (J1, Tue) Gasem, Zuhair M........................... 879 (D1, Wed) Gatineau, Julien ...........................1123 (E5, Mon) Gatzke, Edward ...............................239 (B1, Thu) Gaudillère, Cyril . ...........................253 (B1, Thu), ................................ 466 (B5, Wed), 528 (B7, Tue) Gaudillère, Cyril . .......................... 686 (B11, Tue) Gauthier, Nicolas ...........................1674 (I1, Sun) Ge, Daohan ...........860 (D1, Tue), 1440 (G5, Tue) Geary, Tim C.................................. 701 (B11, Tue) Gebhardt, James . ..........................1368 (G4, Tue) Gebhart, Lawrence ......................1296 (G1, Mon) Gellett, Wayne ................................ 523 (B7, Tue) Gellett, Wayne L..............................457 (B4, Thu) Gelling, Victoria J............................ 902 (D1, Thu) Gelloz, Bernard ............................1087 (E4, Mon) Geng, Yanli . .................................1250 (F2, Mon) Genpur, Anitha ...........................1393 (G5, Mon) George, Steven ....... 358 (B3, Mon), 373 (B3, Tue) Geppert, Irina . ................................ 934 (E1, Tue) Gérard, Isabelle ..............................1256 (F2, Tue) Gergel-Hackett, Nadine . .............. 1016 (E2, Wed) Gering, Kevin L...............................392 (B3, Wed) Gering, Kevin L. ..............................238 (B1, Thu) Gerl, Christian ............................. 1211 (E7, Wed) Gerlach, Frank . .............................. 1798 (J1, Tue) Gerteisen, Dietmar .........................465 (B5, Wed) Gerthsen, Dagmar ......................... 688 (B11, Tue) Gervasio, Dominic ......................... 1757 (I4, Tue) Gewalt, Annika ............................. 1135 (E5, Tue) Gewirth, Andrew A....................... 495 (B7, Mon), .......513 (B7, Tue), 1543 (H4, Tue), 1748 (I4, Tue) Ghaffarian, Seyed Reza ............... 1591 (H4, Thu), .......................................................1823 (J1, Wed) Ghahremaninezhad, Ahmad ....... 885 (D1, Wed), .......................................................1532 (H3, Tue) Gharaibeh, Samar ........................... 568 (B7, Tue) Gharaibeh, Samar A......................... 510 (B7, Tue) Ghavami, Roozbeh ..................... 1573 (H4, Wed) Ghorbani, Mohammad .................. 1689 (I1, Tue)

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Ghosh, Saunab ...........................1516 (H3, Mon), .............................1522 (H3, Tue), 1542 (H4, Tue) Gidwani, Ashok ............................1416 (G5, Tue) Gieseke, Matt ................................1444 (G5, Tue) Gignac, Lynne . ............................... 933 (E1, Tue) Gil, Myung-Goon . .......................... 952 (E1, Tue) Gilbert, Matthew . ........................1186 (E7, Mon) Gilbert, R. ........................................790 (C1, Tue) Giles, Alexander ............................ 1048 (E3, Tue) Gill, Puneet Kamal S...................... 881 (D1, Wed) Gilliam, Ryan ................................468 (B5, Wed), ...........................1303 (G1, Mon), 1316 (G1, Tue) Gilmer, David . ...............................913 (E1, Mon) Ginger, David .............................. 1664 (H9, Wed) Giordani, Vincent ......................... 750 (B12, Tue) Giorgi, Javier B.........525 (B7, Tue), 1797 (J1, Tue) Giridharagopal, Rajiv .................. 1664 (H9, Wed) Giroldo Jr., Jorge ........................... 1169 (E6, Tue) Girshevitz, Olga ............................ 137 (B1, Mon) Gittard, Shaun D. ............................789 (C1, Tue) Gittleman, Craig .........................1394 (G5, Mon) Glass, Robert ..........1793 (J1, Tue), 1794 (J1, Tue) Glatzhofer, Daniel . ...450 (B4, Thu), 838 (C3, Tue) Gnana Kumar, G. ........................... 422 (B4, Tue), .............................1426 (G5, Tue), 1449 (G5, Tue) Gnanaprakasa, Tony Jefferson ..... 1148 (E6, Tue), ........................................................ 1804 (J1, Tue) Gobbo, Pierangelo ......................... 805 (C2, Sun) Goddard III, William A. .............. 1566 (H4, Wed) Godlewski, Marek ......................... 1095 (E4, Tue) Goers, Dietrich .............................. 645 (B10, Tue) Gogotsi, Yury .............................. 1573 (H4, Wed) Goh, Siew Wei . ...........................1355 (G4, Mon) Gomadam, Parthasarathy ...............251 (B1, Thu) Gomes, Anabela ..............................857 (D1, Tue) Gomes, Jewel A............................... 1704 (I1, Tue) Gómez, Alfonso .............................. 954 (E1, Tue) Gómez-Escalonilla, Maria Jose . ....1457 (H1, Tue) Gomez de la Fuente, Jose Luis ......... 7 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 556 (B7, Tue) Gomez, Mario ................................474 (B5, Wed) Gong, Bill ....................................1354 (G4, Mon) Gong, Daeyiung ............................1317 (G1, Tue) Gong, Kuanping . ..........................1764 (I4, Wed) González, Felipe J. . ........................... 94 (A2, Tue) González, Ignacio .........................1269 (F2, Tue), ..........................1313 (G1, Tue), 1361 (G4, Mon), .............................1369 (G4, Tue), 1375 (G4, Tue) González, Teresa . ..........................1459 (H1, Tue) González-Díaz, Germán .................. 954 (E1, Tue) González-Rodríguez, David ........1486 (H2, Mon) Gonzalez, Ernesto ....440 (B4, Wed), 460 (B4, Thu) Goodarzi, Mona ............................. 131 (A2, Thu) Gopalan, Srikanth ...........................615 (B7, Thu) Gopu, Susmitha ............................1431 (G5, Tue) Gorby, Yuri A...................................426 (B4, Wed) Gordaninejad, Faramarz .............1391 (G5, Mon) Gordon, Michael S. ...................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Gorer, Sasha .........468 (B5, Wed), 1316 (G1, Tue) Gorjanović, Stanislava.....................839 (C3, Tue) Gorlin, Yelena ............................... 499 (B7, Mon) Gorton, Lo . ............ 400 (B4, Tue), 455 (B4, Thu), .........................................................784 (C1, Tue) Goswami, Yogi ................................ 998 (E2, Tue) Goto, Masakazu .............................976 (E2, Mon) Goto, Yoshio ................................... 401 (B4, Tue) Gottlieb, Hugo ................................ 360 (B3, Tue) Gotts, Hugh .................................... 942 (E1, Tue) Gourdin, Gerald ............................ 154 (B1, Mon) Gourishankar, Karthick . ................230 (B1, Wed) Govindaraju, Sridhar .....................924 (E1, Mon) Goward, Gillian R....................... 626 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 656 (B10, Tue) Graff, Gordon ................................. 366 (B3, Tue) Grampp, Güenter . .........................1670 (I1, Sun) Grand, P.P. ......................................1262 (F2, Tue) Granville, Simon ............................... 86 (A2, Tue) Graves, Christopher .....................715 (B11, Wed) Gray, Bonnie ................................ 1028 (E2, Wed)

Grebel, Haim ...... 234 (B1, Wed), 1562 (H4, Wed) Grebennikov, Dmytro ..................... 340 (B2, Tue) Greeley, Jeffrey P....491 (B7, Mon), 1225 (F1, Wed) Greenbaum, Elias ............................781 (C1, Tue) Greenburg, Doron . ........................469 (B5, Wed) Greenman, John .....423 (B4, Wed), 432 (B4, Wed) Grey, Clare .................................... 677 (B11, Tue) Grey, Clare P................................. 661 (B11, Mon) Grgur, Branimir .............................1312 (G1, Tue) Griffith, Christ ............................1307 (G1, Mon) Grill, Alfred ...... 1179 (E7, Mon), 1184 (E7, Mon) Grimm, Bruno . ...........................1632 (H8, Mon) Grinblat, J. . ................................... 147 (B1, Mon) Grinblat, Judith . ........................... 137 (B1, Mon) Groeseneken, Guido ....................1181 (E7, Mon) Grogger, Christa ............................ 833 (C2, Mon) Grosh, Carolynn D......................... 778 (C1, Mon) Gross, Markus .............................1394 (G5, Mon) Gross, Zeev ..................................1620 (H8, Mon) Grosso, D. . ..........1082 (E4, Mon), 1678 (I1, Sun) Gruender, Yvonne . ...................... 1774 (I5, Mon) Grugeon, Sylvie . ........................... 643 (B10, Tue) Grundfest, Warren ........................ 1050 (E3, Tue) Gu, Jiangjiang ................................974 (E2, Mon) Guadalupe, Ana .....1709 (I1, Tue), 1826 (J2, Tue) Guadalupe, Ana R. ......................... 1706 (I1, Tue) Guay, Daniel ..........24 (A1, Mon), 484 (B7, Mon) Guerra, Eduard ..............................1374 (G4, Tue) Guétaz, Laure .................................571 (B7, Wed) Guha, Supratik ................................ 934 (E1, Tue) Guhlke, Clemens .......................... 148 (B1, Mon) Guilleme, Julia ............................1486 (H2, Mon) Guillorn, Michael . .......................... 933 (E1, Tue) Guldi, D. M...................................1453 (H1, Tue), ..........................1486 (H2, Mon), 1497 (H2, Tue), .........................1619 (H8, Mon), 1632 (H8, Mon) Guldi, Dirk M. ...............................1451 (H1, Tue) Gülzow, Erich .................................. 539 (B7, Tue) Gundlach, David J......................... 1030 (E2, Wed) Gundlach, David J. ...................... 1016 (E2, Wed) Guntow, Uwe .............................. 667 (B11, Mon) Guo, Bin ........................................1817 (J1, Wed) Guo, C. X. ..................................... 1838 (J2, Thu) Guo, Der-Feng ...... 1171 (E6, Tue), 1172 (E6, Tue) Guo, Haibo . .................................. 648 (B10, Tue) Guo, Junghua . .............................. 683 (B11, Tue) Guo, Junsong ................................ 288 (B2, Mon) Guo, Wenqian . .............................1319 (G1, Tue) Guo, Xia ................... 326 (B2, Tue), 327 (B2, Tue) Gupta, Dinesh Kumar .....................850 (D1, Tue) Gupta, Gautam .... 429 (B4, Wed), 1571 (H4, Wed) Gür, Turgut . ................................. 682 (B11, Tue), .......................... 716 (B11, Wed), 1337 (G3, Wed) Gurau, Vladimir ...........................1240 (F2, Mon) Guryanov, Ivan .............................. 805 (C2, Sun) Gusarov, Sergey ..............................108 (A2, Wed) Gustafson, Rick ............................. 701 (B11, Tue) Guth, Ulrich . ................................. 1798 (J1, Tue) Guyer, Jonathan . ......................... 1025 (E2, Wed) Guyomard, Dominique .............. 639 (B10, Mon) Gwildies, Vanessa . .......................... 341 (B2, Tue) Gwilliam, Russel ..........................1079 (E4, Mon) Gyawali, Shailendra .....................1250 (F2, Mon) Gyenge, Elod ......... 64 (A1, Mon), 224 (B1, Wed), ................................574 (B7, Wed), 609 (B7, Thu)

Hager, Gabriele . ........................... 1730 (I3, Mon) Hagiwara, Jumpei . .......................... 565 (B7, Tue) Hahn, Benjamin . ........................ 633 (B10, Mon) Hahn, Markus .....1248 (F2, Mon), 1251 (F2, Mon) Hahn, R. .......................................1254 (F2, Mon) Hahn, Yoon-Bong .......................... 132 (A2, Thu) Hai, Bin .......................................... 1682 (I1, Tue) Hai, Nguyen T....1248 (F2, Mon), 1251 (F2, Mon) Haider, Iftikher . ............................. 1704 (I1, Tue) Haider, Waseem ............................ 881 (D1, Wed) Haight, Richard ............................... 927 (E1, Tue) Haik, Ortal . ..................................... 164 (B1, Tue) Haik, Ortal . ................................... 147 (B1, Mon) Haile, Sossina ..........279 (B1, Fri), 722 (B11, Thu) Hailmann, Michael .....................1510 (H3, Mon) Hain, Tilmann . ...........................1510 (H3, Mon) Haines, Brennan ...............................274 (B1, Fri) Hajdukiewicz, Joanna .................... 1698 (I1, Tue) Halajko, Anne ................................228 (B1, Wed) Halalay, Ion C................................. 164 (B1, Tue), ...............................241 (B1, Thu), 1438 (G5, Tue) Haldane, Mark ................................616 (B7, Thu) Haldar, Pradeep ............................. 482 (B7, Mon) Halevi, Barr ....................................434 (B4, Wed) Haley, Christopher K......................1458 (H1, Tue) Hall, David B............. 229 (B1, Wed), 267 (B1, Fri) Hall, Timothy . ..................................266 (B1, Fri) Halme, Aarne .................................. 404 (B4, Tue) Halsall, Matthew P........................1079 (E4, Mon) Haltrich, Dietmar ............................ 400 (B4, Tue) Ham, Chang-Woo ..... 337 (B2, Tue), 338 (B2, Tue), ............................ 1174 (E6, Wed), 1177 (E6, Wed), .......................................................1818 (J1, Wed) Hamada, Mitsuhiro ......................... 47 (A1, Mon) Hamadani, Behrang H. ............... 1016 (E2, Wed), ...................................................... 1025 (E2, Wed) Hamano, Yasuyuki ..........................454 (B4, Thu) Hamel, Claudine ............................. 24 (A1, Mon) Hamilton, Christopher E. ........... 1571 (H4, Wed) Hammes-Schiffer, Sharon ............ 1724 (I3, Mon) Hamou, Faycal R.......................... 1771 (I5, Mon), ...................................................... 1772 (I5, Mon) Hamoudi, Zéhira ...........................595 (B7, Wed), .....................................................1502 (H3, Mon) Hamrock, Steven ........................1392 (G5, Mon), ........................................................ 1740 (I3, Tue) Hamza, A.V. . ................................ 1224 (F1, Wed) Han, Boyang ................................1182 (E7, Mon) Han, Chichung ............................... 202 (B1, Tue) Han, DongWook .... 359 (B3, Mon), 376 (B3, Tue) Han, Hyun Soo . ............................. 1744 (I3, Tue) Han, Jae-Jong .................................. 955 (E1, Tue) Han, Jinkyu ................................... 1110 (E4, Tue) Han, Kwi N...............73 (A1, Mon), 74 (A1, Mon), .......... 75 (A1, Mon), 77 (A1, Mon), 78 (A1, Mon) Han, Kyoo-Seung ............................ 187 (B1, Tue) Han, Kyoung ................................... 189 (B1, Tue) Han, Min-Su ...................................851 (D1, Tue), .................................871 (D1, Tue), 873 (D1, Tue) Han, Sang-Do ..... 1089 (E4, Mon), 1101 (E4, Tue) Han, Sehoon ............................... 1668 (H9, Wed) Han, Seong Ho ........863 (D1, Tue), 864 (D1, Tue) Han, Seung Yeol ..... 87 (A2, Tue), 1178 (E6, Wed) Han, Shu-jen ................................1184 (E7, Mon) Han, Si-ping ................................ 1566 (H4, Wed) Han, Yoon Soo ..............................1648 (H9, Tue) Han, Young Hwan . .......................1417 (G5, Tue) Hangarter, Carlos ......................... 1025 (E2, Wed) Hanif, K.M. . .................................. 1094 (E4, Tue) Hansen, Heine . ............................. 491 (B7, Mon) Hansmann, Simon ..........................739 (B11, Fri) Hanson, Allen ............................... 1145 (E6, Tue) Hanson, Matilda .............................859 (D1, Tue) Hantehzadeh, Mohammad Reza .... 1009 (E2, Tue) Hao, Xiao-Gang .............................. 309 (B2, Tue) Hao, Xiaogang ..............................1319 (G1, Tue) Hao, Yong . ....................................726 (B11, Thu) Hapiot, Philippe .............................1674 (I1, Sun) Hara, Kohjiro ......1641 (H9, Tue), 1647 (H9, Tue)

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Ha, Cindy M. ..................................789 (C1, Tue) Ha, Heung Yong ............................1418 (G5, Tue) Haak, Christian ............................ 1774 (I5, Mon) Haarberg, Geir Martin . ....................270 (B1, Fri), .........................1382 (G4, Wed), 1384 (G4, Wed), ..................................................... 1388 (G4, Wed) Haas, Herwig .................................1412 (G5, Tue) Habenicht, Bradley F....................... 1742 (I3, Tue) Habuka, Hitoshi ............................ 1153 (E6, Tue) Hachman, John . ...............................262 (B1, Fri) Hacker, Christina A....................... 1029 (E2, Wed) Haddon, Robert . ...........................1526 (H3, Tue)

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Hara, Shoji ..................................... 815 (C2, Sun) Hara, Yukihiro ................................232 (B1, Wed) Harada, Aiko ................................. 829 (C2, Mon) Harada, Yoshihisa ......................... 501 (B7, Mon) Harada, Yoshihisa ........................... 502 (B7, Tue) Harada, Yoshiyuki ......................... 1168 (E6, Tue) Harb, John . ..................................1250 (F2, Mon) Hardy, An ........................................ 931 (E1, Tue) Hariharan, Srirama . .......................214 (B1, Wed) Harmer, Sarah .............................1356 (G4, Mon) Haroz, Erik ..................................1506 (H3, Mon) Harper, Alice C................................1675 (I1, Sun) Harrah, Mark . ...............................1552 (H4, Tue) Harreither, Wolfgang ..................... 400 (B4, Tue), .................................455 (B4, Thu), 784 (C1, Tue) Harrington, David . ........................ 14 (A1, Mon), ......... 20 (A1, Mon), 67 (A1, Mon), 561 (B7, Tue), ............................... 606 (B7, Thu), 610 (B7, Thu), ..............................1684 (I1, Tue), 1730 (I3, Mon) Harris, Samuel .............................1297 (G1, Mon) Harris, Stephen J......................... 640 (B10, Mon), ............................ 642 (B10, Mon), 651 (B10, Tue) Harrison, Judy ............................... 1010 (E2, Tue) Harrison, Katharine L................... 625 (B10, Mon) Hartl, Katrin ................................. 1221 (F1, Wed) Hartmann, Thomas . ...................1294 (G1, Mon) Harutyunyan, Avetik R................1500 (H3, Mon) Harvey, David ................................. 519 (B7, Tue) Harward, Briant . ........................... 1010 (E2, Tue) Hasan, Mohammad .......................971 (E2, Mon) Hasani-Sadrabadi, Mohammad Mahdi ................. ...... 105 (A2, Wed), 1432 (G5, Tue), 1591 (H4, Thu) Hasegawa, Shinya ......................... 674 (B11, Tue) Hasegawa, Tadashi ........................1594 (H5, Tue) Hashemi Daryan, Sahar ................. 1689 (I1, Tue) Hashimoto, Takuya ...................... 674 (B11, Tue), ......................................................707 (B11, Wed) Haskel, D. ...................................... 1094 (E4, Tue) Hasobe, Taku .......1457 (H1, Tue), 1497 (H2, Tue) Hasunuma, Ryu . ...... 995 (E2, Tue), 997 (E2, Tue) Hatake, Daigo . ..............................1766 (I4, Wed) Hattori, Maki . ................................983 (E2, Mon) Haubner, Kinga .............................. 1753 (I4, Tue) Haug, Andrea .......576 (B7, Wed), 1408 (G5, Tue) Haug, Andreas ................................572 (B7, Wed) Haugen, Gregory . .......................1392 (G5, Mon) Hautier, Geoffroy ........................ 627 (B10, Mon) Hayase, Shuichi . ............................ 806 (C2, Sun) Hayashi, Akari ..... 1467 (H1, Tue), 1653 (H9, Wed) Hayashi, Hironobu . ...................1474 (H2, Mon), .......................................................1640 (H9, Tue) Hayashi, Shotaro ........................... 823 (C2, Mon) Hayd, Jan . ................................... 667 (B11, Mon) He, Heming .................................... 1780 (I5, Tue) He, Kevin . ..................................... 1197 (E7, Tue) He, Ping . ................. 333 (B2, Tue), 544 (B7, Tue), .............................. 545 (B7, Tue), 1322 (G3, Tue), ............................1323 (G3, Tue), 1324 (G3, Tue), ................................1716 (I1, Tue), 1718 (I1, Tue) He, Ping . ......................................... 566 (B7, Tue) He, Qinggang .................................. 176 (B1, Tue) He, Qingli . ...................................1038 (E3, Mon) He, Wei . ........................................ 290 (B2, Mon) He, Yu-Shi ......................................215 (B1, Wed) Heben, Mike ......1511 (H3, Mon), 1514 (H3, Mon) Heber, Gretel ............................... 1385 (G4, Wed) Hebert, Kurt ....... 1238 (F1, Thu), 1243 (F2, Mon) Hébert, Mathieu ..............................448 (B4, Thu) Hebling, Christopher .....................481 (B6, Wed) Hector, Louis ................................. 648 (B10, Tue) Hefner, Timo ...............................1510 (H3, Mon) Hegab, H. ........................................796 (C1, Tue) Heindl, Ranko .............................. 1021 (E2, Wed) Heineman, William R.................... 769 (C1, Mon) Heinen, Martin .............................1760 (I4, Wed) Heinmaa, Ivo ................................ 656 (B10, Tue) Heitmann, Johannes .................... 1019 (E2, Wed) Hellar, Nithya . ........381 (B3, Tue), 1810 (J1, Tue) Heller, Adam ................................. 768 (C1, Mon)

Heller, Daimon K............................ 899 (D1, Thu) Heller, L. ..........................................790 (C1, Tue) Hellgardt, Klaus . .......................... 1342 (G3, Thu) Hellings, Geert .... 1205 (E7, Wed), 1208 (E7, Wed) Hendrickson, Mary ....................... 751 (B12, Tue) Henkensmeier, Dirk ........................ 330 (B2, Tue) Hennig, Kelly ............................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Hennrich, Frank ............................1524 (H3, Tue) Hensley, Dale .............................. 1565 (H4, Wed) Heo, Young Moo .....863 (D1, Tue), 864 (D1, Tue) Hepel, Maria . ................................ 1707 (I1, Tue), ................................1809 (J1, Tue), 1825 (J2, Tue) Hernández-Gómez, Alejandra ......1375 (G4, Tue) Hernandez, Dionne . ....................... 208 (B1, Tue) Hernandez, Kenneth ...................... 1706 (I1, Tue) Hernandez-Muñoz, Lindsay S............ 94 (A2, Tue) Herring, Andrew ........................1392 (G5, Mon), .....................................................1393 (G5, Mon) Hersam, Mark C............................ 1191 (E7, Tue), .....................................................1512 (H3, Mon) Hertel, Tobias ..............................1510 (H3, Mon) Herter, Alexander .......................... 756 (B12, Tue) Hertzberg, Benjamin ..................... 286 (B2, Mon) Hesari, Mahdi . ............................... 805 (C2, Sun) Heske, Clemens . ...........................729 (B11, Thu) Hesketh, P. . .................................... 1800 (J1, Tue) Hess, Dennis . .................................980 (E2, Mon) Heuken, Michael .....929 (E1, Tue), 1214 (E7, Wed) Hewitt, Danielle ............................1365 (G4, Tue) Heyns, Marc ........ 987 (E2, Tue), 1181 (E7, Mon), ........................... 1205 (E7, Wed), 1208 (E7, Wed) Hiatt, Leslie ................................... 1845 (J2, Thu) Hibino, Takashi .... 1395 (G5, Mon), 1791 (J1, Tue) Hibino, Takashi ..............................601 (B7, Wed) Hickey, David P................................838 (C3, Tue) Hiesgen, Renate . ............................614 (B7, Thu), ...........................1400 (G5, Mon), 1408 (G5, Tue) Higgins, Drew C.......23 (A1, Mon), 522 (B7, Tue), ............................... 588 (B7, Wed), 589 (B7, Wed) Higgins, Scott .................................. 415 (B4, Tue) Higgins, William ...........................732 (B11, Thu) Hight Walker, Angela R.................. 1196 (E7, Tue) Higuchi, Tohru .............................. 683 (B11, Tue) Hill, T .............................................. 379 (B3, Tue) Hilmi, Abdelkader ........................... 548 (B7, Tue) Hilty, Robert .......1258 (F2, Tue), 1519 (H3, Mon) Himmelein, Sabine .....................1510 (H3, Mon) Hinarejos, J.J. ..............................1477 (H2, Mon) Hinkle, Chris ................................... 937 (E1, Tue) Hinkley, Jim ................................... 1692 (I1, Tue) Hinokuma, Koichiro ..................... 287 (B2, Mon) Hirabayashi, Daisuke .....................601 (B7, Wed) Hirahara, Naoki . ..........................1139 (E6, Mon) Hirai, Takeshi ...... 1168 (E6, Tue), 1318 (G1, Tue) Hirai, Toshiro ................................ 764 (B12, Tue) Hiraide, Atsushi . .............................451 (B4, Thu) Hirana, Yasuhiko ...........................1465 (H1, Tue) Hirano, Atsushi ............................. 748 (B12, Tue) Hirano, Shinichi . ..... 170 (B1, Tue), 175 (B1, Tue) Hirosawa, Ichirou . .........................983 (E2, Mon) Hirose, Fumihiko .............................. 91 (A2, Tue) Hirota, Yoshihiro . ..........................983 (E2, Mon) Hirsch, Andreas .............................1497 (H2, Tue) Hirschorn, Bryan . ......................... 884 (D1, Wed) Hisaeda, Yoshio .....817 (C2, Sun), 827 (C2, Mon) Hite, Jennifer . ............................... 1149 (E6, Tue) Hite, Jennifer . ............................... 1146 (E6, Tue) Hiwatari, Yasuaki .........................1244 (F2, Mon) Ho, Chinh ....................................... 374 (B3, Tue) Hobart, Karl . ................................. 1149 (E6, Tue) Hobbie, Erik K................................1553 (H4, Tue) Hobbs, Christopher . .................... 1204 (E7, Wed) Hochbaum, Allon .......................... 1735 (I3, Tue) Hodge, A.M. ................................. 1224 (F1, Wed) Hodges, Jason P. ............................ 765 (B12, Tue) Hoff, Andrew M...............................790 (C1, Tue) Hoffman, Thomas ........................ 1208 (E7, Wed) Hoffmann, Thomas . ...................... 987 (E2, Tue), ...................................................... 1205 (E7, Wed)

Hoge, Sophie .................................. 902 (D1, Thu) Högström, Jonas E............................859 (D1, Tue) Holby, Edward . ..............................583 (B7, Wed) Holdcroft, Steven ......................... 500 (B7, Mon), .......................................................1441 (G5, Tue) Holdcroft, Steven ...........................623 (B7, Thu), .......................................................1442 (G5, Tue) Holdcroft, Steven ............................616 (B7, Thu) Holland, Todd ................................. 411 (B4, Tue) Hollenkamp, Tony ........................ 156 (B1, Mon) Holler, Michel .............................1491 (H2, Mon) Holmes, Justin D. .......................... 146 (B1, Mon) Holt, Josh ....................................1514 (H3, Mon) Holt-Hindle, Peter ..........................597 (B7, Wed) Holze, R. ......................................... 1749 (I4, Tue) Homma, Takayuki ........................1255 (F2, Mon) Honda, Tastuhiko . ......................1635 (H8, Mon) Hong, Che-Wun . ............................ 160 (B1, Tue) Hong, Gongyi ................................. 412 (B4, Tue) Hong, Jong .................................... 1148 (E6, Tue) Hong, Kihyon ................................. 43 (A1, Mon) Hong, Kimin .................................. 1714 (I1, Tue) Hong, Kug Sun ...... 638 (B10, Mon), 1744 (I3, Tue) Hong, Liang ................................1390 (G5, Mon) Hong, Seung Sae ............................. 367 (B3, Tue) Hong, Seunghun ......................... 1572 (H4, Wed) Hong, Sung-Hee ................................ 88 (A2, Tue) Hong, Wan-Shick ........................... 967 (E1, Tue), ......................................................1084 (E4, Mon) Hong, Wei .....................................1238 (F1, Thu) Hong, Youngjin . ............................. 198 (B1, Tue) Hongpinyo, Vitchanetra .............. 1077 (E3, Wed) Hongsheng, Yang .......................... 498 (B7, Mon) Honma, Yujiro ..............................1766 (I4, Wed) Hoover, R. ..................................... 292 (B2, Mon) Hope, Gregory A.........................1351 (G4, Mon), ........................1352 (G4, Mon), 1353 (G4, Mon), ........................... 1372 (G4, Tue), 1385 (G4, Wed) Hopkins, Sean .............................1391 (G5, Mon) Hopstaken, Marinus . ...................... 927 (E1, Tue) Hopstaken, Marinus J...................... 926 (E1, Tue), ...................................................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Horan, James L.............................1393 (G5, Mon) Horikita, Masaki ............................ 497 (B7, Mon) Horino, Tomohiro . ......................... 383 (B3, Tue) Horita, Teruhisa ...........................714 (B11, Wed) Horng, Ray-Hua ............................ 1147 (E6, Tue) Horng, Ying-Ying ..... 311 (B2, Tue), 470 (B5, Wed) Hoseinieh, Seyyed Morteza . ........... 209 (B1, Tue) Hoster, Harry E.............................. 1778 (I5, Mon) Hou, Cheng-Hao ........................... 1001 (E2, Tue) Hou, Frank ................................... 1027 (E2, Wed) Hou, Tuo-Hung ............................... 33 (A1, Mon) Houk, Ronald ...... 1092 (E4, Mon), 1800 (J1, Tue) House, Tyler A....... 1833 (J2, Thu), 1848 (J2, Thu) Howard, Byron ...............................469 (B5, Wed) Howard, Lauren .......................... 640 (B10, Mon) Howe, Jane Y. ................................ 765 (B12, Tue) Hrozek, Jan . .................................... 31 (A1, Mon) Hsi, Chi-Shiung . ............................. 61 (A1, Mon) Hsieh, Cheng-Tse ............................ 462 (B5, Tue) Hsieh, Chin-Hua ........................... 1150 (E6, Tue) Hsieh, Pei-Huan ........................... 798 (C1, Wed), .............................. 800 (C1, Wed), 801 (C1, Wed) Hsieh, Ping-Hsun ........................... 1688 (I1, Tue) Hsieh, Tsung-Eong ........................ 1167 (E6, Tue) Hsieh, Yi-Ting ................................. 53 (A1, Mon) Hsu, Andrew ................................. 288 (B2, Mon) Hsu, Chien-Hsing ...........................862 (D1, Tue) Hsu, Chingling . .............................. 202 (B1, Tue) Hsu, Hsun-Feng . ............................... 90 (A2, Tue) Hsu, Jui-Lin ..................................1122 (E5, Mon) Hsu, Po-Yen .................................... 1812 (J1, Tue) Hsu, Ryan S..............12 (A1, Mon), 23 (A1, Mon), .................................. 506 (B7, Tue), 514 (B7, Tue) Hsu, Shih-Hsun ............................ 1231 (F1, Wed) Hsu, Siou Ming .............................. 911 (D1, Thu) Hsu, Yu-Kuei ......... 311 (B2, Tue), 467 (B5, Wed), ............................. 470 (B5, Wed), 1349 (G3, Thu)

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Hsuei, Wen-Chin ..........................1236 (F1, Thu) Hu, Chia-Wei .................................. 961 (E1, Tue) Hu, Jianxun . .................................1321 (G1, Tue) Hu, Jie .................886 (D1, Wed), 887 (D1, Wed), ....................................................... 888 (D1, Wed) Hu, Libo ........................................ 830 (C2, Mon) Hu, Shu-Fen ................................. 1068 (E3, Wed) Hu, Wenchuang ............................. 125 (A2, Thu) Hu, Yao-Chung ............................... 48 (A1, Mon) Huang, Changshui ............................ 96 (A2, Tue) Huang, Ching An ........................... 911 (D1, Thu) Huang, Chiung-Yi ......................... 1003 (E2, Tue) Huang, Heng-Sheng ...................... 1001 (E2, Tue) Huang, Hsien-Chung .....................1264 (F2, Tue) Huang, Huey-Liang ....................... 1002 (E2, Tue) Huang, Jin-Hua ......314 (B2, Tue), 1696 (I1, Tue), ....................................................... 1840 (J2, Thu) Huang, Kuo-Ming ........................ 1166 (E6, Tue), ........................................................ 1828 (J2, Tue) Huang, Naiyan .............................1044 (E3, Mon) Huang, Naiyan .............................. 1058 (E3, Tue) Huang, Q. . .....................................1262 (F2, Tue) Huang, Qinghong .......................... 1693 (I1, Tue) Huang, Shaohua ...........................1495 (H2, Tue) Huang, Shi-Yuan ............................. 203 (B1, Tue) Huang, Shichu ............................... 1806 (J1, Tue) Huang, Teng-Hsing ......................1144 (E6, Mon) Huang, Tze H.................................. 1828 (J2, Tue) Huang, Wen-Hsien . ........................ 102 (A2, Tue) Huang, Xiqiang . ...........................723 (B11, Thu) Huang, Yang-Hau ........................... 898 (D1, Thu) Huang, Yang-Tung .......................... 102 (A2, Tue) Hudak, Eric M..................................780 (C1, Tue) Hudson, Steven .............................1553 (H4, Tue) Huggins, Robert A...........................223 (B1, Wed) Hughes, Greg .................................. 940 (E1, Tue) Hugon, Marie-Christine . .............1123 (E5, Mon) Huh, Ji Yeon ..................................1553 (H4, Tue) Hui, Rob ................ 744 (B11, Fri), 762 (B12, Tue) Hulko, Oksana .............................1079 (E4, Mon) Hull, Steve ..................................... 672 (B11, Tue) Humphrey, Mark G. .......................1674 (I1, Sun) Hung, Wen-Chang ......................... 1812 (J1, Tue) Hunt, Adam .................................... 168 (B1, Tue) Hunter, G. W.................................. 1156 (E6, Tue) Huo, Jingyi .................................. 671 (B11, Mon) Hur, Jin-Mok .................................1310 (G1, Tue) Hur, Sung-Gi ................................1125 (E5, Mon) Hurley, Paul . ............ 940 (E1, Tue), 989 (E2, Tue) Hurley, Richard ............................... 963 (E1, Tue) Huser, Thomas .............................. 1052 (E3, Tue) Hussain, Muhammad ....................913 (E1, Mon) Huth, Robert ................................. 148 (B1, Mon) Hutzenlaub, Tobias ......................... 177 (B1, Tue) Hwang, DaeSub .............................1651 (H9, Tue) Hwang, Huey-Liang ...................... 1001 (E2, Tue) Hwang, Huey-Liang ..................... 1012 (E2, Tue), ....................................................... 1013 (E2, Tue) Hwang, Hyungkwon .....................1447 (G5, Tue) Hwang, Ilkyu . ................................. 183 (B1, Tue) Hwang, In Seon . ...........................1426 (G5, Tue) Hwang, Jae-Dam ............................. 967 (E1, Tue) Hwang, Jae-Dam ..........................1084 (E4, Mon) Hwang, James ............................... 1061 (E3, Tue) Hwang, Kwang-seok . ..................... 117 (A2, Thu) Hwang, S. D. .................................1469 (H1, Tue) Hwang, Seung Jun . .. 541 (B7, Tue), 542 (B7, Tue) Hwang, Seung-Sik .... 321 (B2, Tue), 372 (B3, Tue) Hwang, Soo Yeun .............................. 87 (A2, Tue) Hwang, Sun-Mi ............................ 1220 (F1, Wed) Hyeon, Seung Hak ........................1426 (G5, Tue) Hylton, Nicholas ..........................1079 (E4, Mon)

Ieropoulos, Ioannis A.....................423 (B4, Wed), ........................................................432 (B4, Wed) Ignatova, Tetyana . ........................1558 (H4, Tue) Igual Muñoz, Anna .........................868 (D1, Tue) Iijima, Sumio . ...............................1595 (H5, Tue) Iizumi, Yoko ..................................1595 (H5, Tue) Ijima, Sumio . ................................1457 (H1, Tue) Ikari, Shintaro ............................... 826 (C2, Mon) Ikeda, Katsuyoshi ..........................1644 (H9, Tue) Ikeda, Kazuto ................................918 (E1, Mon), .................................. 930 (E1, Tue), 993 (E2, Tue) Ikeda, Mitsuhisa .............................. 962 (E1, Tue) Ikeda, Shigeru ...............................1318 (G1, Tue) Ikeda, Shinji ................................1617 (H8, Mon) Ikeda, Takashi . ....... 501 (B7, Mon), 502 (B7, Tue) Ikematsu, Mineo .........................1305 (G1, Mon) Illig, Jörg . ...................................... 144 (B1, Mon) Illy, Benoit . .................................. 1229 (F1, Wed) Im, Dongmin .............................. 630 (B10, Mon) Im, Sang Hyuk ................................ 339 (B2, Tue) Imahori, Hiroshi ........................1472 (H2, Mon), ........................1474 (H2, Mon), 1626 (H8, Mon), .......................................................1640 (H9, Tue) Imai, Takuya . ................................ 497 (B7, Mon) Imanishi, Nobuyuki ...................... 748 (B12, Tue) Imin, Patigul .................................. 63 (A1, Mon), ...........................1461 (H1, Tue), 1481 (H2, Mon) Imran, Syed K............22 (A1, Mon), 558 (B7, Tue) Ina, Toshiaki . ........ 531 (B7, Tue), 697 (B11, Tue), ............................. 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Inaba, Minoru .......... 553 (B7, Tue), 565 (B7, Tue) Inada, Koji . ...................................1594 (H5, Tue) Inagi, Shinsuke . ............................ 823 (C2, Mon) Ingam, Bridget ............................. 1229 (F1, Wed) Ingler Jr., William . ....................... 1347 (G3, Thu) Inman, Maria .............................. 1578 (H4, Wed) Ino, Kosuke ................................... 1844 (J2, Thu) Inoue, Hiroshi ...................................275 (B1, Fri) Inoue, Mitsuhiro ............................. 551 (B7, Tue) Inoue, Mitsuteru ............................. 56 (A1, Mon) Inoue, Ryuji . .................................. 1799 (J1, Tue) Inoue, Yoshihisa . ........................1617 (H8, Mon) Inzelt, György ...............................1443 (G5, Tue) Iordachescu, Dana ..........................793 (C1, Tue) Iordoc, Mihai ..................................795 (C1, Tue) Ioroi, Tsutomu .............................. 280 (B2, Mon) Irish, Nicholas ...............................1438 (G5, Tue) Iriyama, Yasutoshi . ......................... 383 (B3, Tue) Irwin, George ................................. 1704 (I1, Tue) Isa, Illyas ........................................ 1807 (J1, Tue) Isaac, K. M......................................1815 (J1, Wed) Iseki, Masahiro ............................1305 (G1, Mon) Ishak, Waguih S.............................1032 (E3, Mon) Ishida, Shinichiro . ........................ 1131 (E5, Tue) Ishifune, Manabu . ........................ 832 (C2, Mon) Ishigaki, Toshikazu . ... 958 (E1, Tue), 959 (E1, Tue) Ishiguro, Yoshiaki .........................1822 (J1, Wed) Ishihara, Akimitsu . ...................... 490 (B7, Mon), ....................................................... 496 (B7, Mon) Ishihara, Tatsumi ....................... 664 (B11, Mon), ....................................................... 747 (B12, Tue) Ishii, Hidekazu ................................ 970 (E1, Tue) Ishii, Hiromu . ............................... 1060 (E3, Tue) Ishikawa, Yasuyuki ........................1681 (I1, Sun), ........................................................ 1685 (I1, Tue) Ishikawa, Yuichi ............................. 809 (C2, Sun) Ishitsuka, Midori O...................... 1599 (H5, Wed) Ishizuka, Shogo ............................... 54 (A1, Mon) Isla, Helena . ................................1476 (H2, Mon) Islam, Kamrul . ............................... 1704 (I1, Tue) Islam, Shafiqul D.M. ..................1491 (H2, Mon), .......................................................1493 (H2, Tue) Isogai, Tatsunori . ............................ 949 (E1, Tue) Ista, Linnea . .............28 (A1, Mon), 417 (B4, Tue) Ito, Hiroyuki ................................... 553 (B7, Tue) Ito, Osamu ....................................1457 (H1, Tue) Ito, Taichi ........................................451 (B4, Thu) Itoh, Tadashi ................................. 1168 (E6, Tue) Itoh, Toshiyuki . ............................. 806 (C2, Sun)

Ivanov, Ivan ................................ 665 (B11, Mon) Ivanova, Olga ................................ 1841 (J2, Thu) Ivers-Tiffée, Ellen ......................... 144 (B1, Mon), ........................... 667 (B11, Mon), 688 (B11, Tue), ........................... 699 (B11, Tue), 704 (B11, Wed), .......................... 706 (B11, Wed), 712 (B11, Wed), .........................................................739 (B11, Fri) Ivey, Douglas ................................. 153 (B1, Mon) Ivnitski, Dmitri .......57 (A1, Mon), 412 (B4, Tue), ........ 418 (B4, Tue), 434 (B4, Wed), 453 (B4, Thu) Iwai, Hiroshi . .................................975 (E2, Mon) Iwasaki, Tatsuya .............................. 551 (B7, Tue) Iwasaki, Yousuke ...........................1766 (I4, Wed) Iwata, Ryosuke ..............................1637 (H8, Tue) Izaki, Masanobu .............................. 54 (A1, Mon) Izaki, Masanobu .....56 (A1, Mon), 1143 (E6, Mon)

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Iacovangelo, Charles D...................230 (B1, Wed) Iannaccone, Giuseppe . ................. 1198 (E7, Tue) Ibáñez, Jorge ................................... 66 (A1, Mon) Ibara, Chie . .................................... 806 (C2, Sun) Ichikawa, Daisuke .......................... 1799 (J1, Tue) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Jackson, Ariel .................................. 367 (B3, Tue) Jackson, Gregory S...........................740 (B11, Fri) Jacobs, Benjamin W. .......................255 (B1, Thu) Jacobs, Robert . ............................... 814 (C2, Sun) Jacobsen, Torben ........................ 668 (B11, Mon), .......................................................731 (B11, Thu) Jager, Edwin W. H. ..........................788 (C1, Tue) Jagiello, Jacek .................................. 313 (B2, Tue) Jähne, Evelyn ................................. 1753 (I4, Tue) Jaime, S. . ........................................1262 (F2, Tue) Jain, Anubhav ............................. 627 (B10, Mon) Jain, Dheeraj ............................... 1570 (H4, Wed) Jain, Kunal ....................................1416 (G5, Tue) Jalani, Nikhil ...............................1303 (G1, Mon) Jalili-Kashtiban, Reza ...................1079 (E4, Mon) Jambois, Oliver ............................ 1112 (E4, Wed) James, David D...........269 (B1, Fri), 604 (B7, Thu) Jamison, David . .....238 (B1, Thu), 392 (B3, Wed) Jammy, Raj ..........913 (E1, Mon), 1204 (E7, Wed) Jamnik, Janko . ...... 148 (B1, Mon), 1736 (I3, Tue) Jänes, Alar ............. 217 (B1, Wed), 300 (B2, Tue), ...... 342 (B2, Wed), 343 (B2, Wed), 344 (B2, Wed) Jang, Jong Hyun . ....44 (A1, Mon), 330 (B2, Tue), ..........................1397 (G5, Mon), 1410 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1435 (G5, Tue) Jang, Kiwan .................................. 1104 (E4, Tue), .............................. 1105 (E4, Tue), 1106 (E4, Tue) Jang, Kyungsoo ............................ 1132 (E5, Tue), ............................... 1136 (E5, Tue), 1743 (I3, Tue) Jang, Seok-Ki ...........851 (D1, Tue), 871 (D1, Tue) Jang, Soohwan .............................. 1155 (E6, Tue) Jang, Sung yeon ............................1650 (H9, Tue) Jang, Sungyon ...............................1651 (H9, Tue) Jannesari, Hamid ........................ 641 (B10, Mon) Jansson, Ulf .....................................859 (D1, Tue) Jaramillo, Thomas F. .................... 491 (B7, Mon), ............................499 (B7, Mon), 1346 (G3, Thu), ...................................................... 1348 (G3, Thu) Jasinski, Jacek ...............................1130 (E5, Mon) Jastrzebski, L. . ................................917 (E1, Mon) Javadi, Tannaz ................................. 368 (B3, Tue) Jayakrishnan, Sobha ......................1272 (F2, Tue) Jayasimhadri, M. ........................... 1104 (E4, Tue) Jaye, Cherno ................................. 149 (B1, Mon) Jbarah, Abdel Aziz .......................... 1749 (I4, Tue) Jean, Yamanis .................................. 461 (B5, Tue) Jeffrey, Matthew ...........................1365 (G4, Tue), .............................1373 (G4, Tue), 1377 (G4, Tue) Jen, Wei-Lun K................................ 113 (A2, Thu) Jenkins, Cori ...................................446 (B4, Thu) Jenkins, Keith A...........................1179 (E7, Mon), ......................................................1184 (E7, Mon) Jenkins, Peter ..................................449 (B4, Thu) Jenkins, Thomas ........................... 1014 (B2, Tue) Jensen, Jens Oluf ............................348 (B2, Wed) Jeon, Gumhye ................................... 2 (A1, Mon) Jeon, Seog Jin ...............................1091 (E4, Mon) Jeong, Cheon Woo . ........................ 51 (A1, Mon) Jeong, Hanwook . ............................ 956 (E1, Tue) Jeong, Hanwook . ............................ 955 (E1, Tue) Jeong, Hong-Sik .............................. 955 (E1, Tue) 125


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Jeong, Jung Hyun . ....................... 1104 (E4, Tue), .............................. 1105 (E4, Tue), 1106 (E4, Tue) Jeong, Junho ................................. 1104 (E4, Tue) Jeong, Sang Mun ...........................1310 (G1, Tue) Jeong, Soo-Hwan . .........................1555 (H4, Tue) Jeong, Yongsoo . ..............................854 (D1, Tue) Jesse, Stephen . ....... 243 (B1, Thu), 1785 (I5, Tue) Jhan, Yi Ruei ...................................248 (B1, Thu) Jia, Dechang ..................................723 (B11, Thu) Jia, Nengyou . .................................. 543 (B7, Tue) Jia, Nengyou . ................................1411 (G5, Tue) Jia, Wenzhi .....................................436 (B4, Wed) Jiang, An ..................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Jiang, Fengping ............................ 1585 (H4, Thu) Jiang, Hanqing ............................. 1587 (H4, Thu) Jiang, Junhua .............................. 1339 (G3, Wed) Jiang, Kyle .....................................1436 (G5, Tue) Jiang, Liangxing ..........................1309 (G1, Mon) Jiang, Qiying ........... 333 (B2, Tue), 544 (B7, Tue), .............................. 545 (B7, Tue), 1322 (G3, Tue), ............................1323 (G3, Tue), 1324 (G3, Tue), ................................1716 (I1, Tue), 1718 (I1, Tue) Jiang, Yinglu . .................................. 166 (B1, Tue) Jiao, Jiwei ..............860 (D1, Tue), 1440 (G5, Tue) Jiao, Kui . ......................................... 537 (B7, Tue) Jiao, Shuqiang ............................. 1386 (G4, Wed) Jimenez, Angel J. .........................1632 (H8, Mon) Jimenez-Sandoval, Sergio J..............108 (A2, Wed) Jin, Haijun . .................................. 1228 (F1, Wed) Jin, Hongxiao .............................. 1614 (H5, Wed) Jin, Lianhua .................................1087 (E4, Mon) Jin, Seonghoon ..............................915 (E1, Mon) Jin, Yong Wan ..............................1091 (E4, Mon) Jin, Yongcheng ............................1395 (G5, Mon) Jing, Buyun ..................................... 461 (B5, Tue) Jing, Thomas ................................. 154 (B1, Mon) Jo, Chulgi ........................................ 336 (B2, Tue) Jo, Hyang-Suk . ..............................1555 (H4, Tue) Jo, Javier ............. 1036 (E3, Mon), 1057 (E3, Tue) Jo, Kyungmin ................................ 1691 (I1, Tue), ............................... 1717 (I1, Tue), 1836 (J2, Thu) Jo, Seong Mu .................................1650 (H9, Tue) Jo, Seung Hwan ............................... 532 (B7, Tue) Jo, Yoo Yeon ..................................1435 (G5, Tue) Joh, Han-Ik . ..................................1418 (G5, Tue) Johansson, Tobias ......................... 491 (B7, Mon) John, Tom .......................................796 (C1, Tue) Johnson, Christopher S................ 632 (B10, Mon) Johnson, Glenn . ............................. 412 (B4, Tue) Johnson, Glenn R....28 (A1, Mon), 417 (B4, Tue), .......429 (B4, Wed), 434 (B4, Wed), 453 (B4, Thu) Johnson, Lee ..................................103 (A2, Wed) Johnson, Mark ...............................922 (E1, Mon) Johnson, Wayne . .......................... 1145 (E6, Tue) Johnston, Christina ..................... 493 (B7, Mon), ......................................................... 511 (B7, Tue) Johnston, Max ............................1360 (G4, Mon) Jones, Bill ...................................... 774 (C1, Mon) Jones, Deborah . ..............................744 (B11, Fri) Jones, Kevin ..................................728 (B11, Thu) Jones, Tim ..................................... 145 (B1, Mon) Jong, Zoe ....................................... 760 (B12, Tue) Jonquille, Jenny .............................. 172 (B1, Tue) Joo, Young-Chang .......................... 912 (D1, Thu) Joos, Jochen .................................706 (B11, Wed) Joos, Nathan .................................1411 (G5, Tue) Jordan, Héctor . .............................1370 (G4, Tue) Jorenby, Jeffrey . ................................262 (B1, Fri) Jorgensen, Peter .......................... 640 (B10, Mon) Josell, Daniel ................................ 1025 (E2, Wed) Joshi, Simon ................................... 900 (D1, Thu) Joslin, Steve ...................................1492 (H2, Tue) Joud, Jean-Charles . ...........................265 (B1, Fri) Joud, Jean-Charles . ...........................271 (B1, Fri) Jouikov, Viatcheslav . .................... 824 (C2, Mon) Jrf, Ritu ........................................... 1712 (I1, Tue) Ju, Hyunchul . .....1429 (G5, Tue), 1446 (G5, Tue) Ju, Minkyu ....................................1317 (G1, Tue) Juarez, Fernando ........................... 1111 (E4, Tue)

Juarez, Jose. M. .............................. 1111 (E4, Tue) Julius, David . ..............................1390 (G5, Mon) Jun, Yu . .......................................1399 (G5, Mon) Jung, Chan Yoon . ........................... 332 (B2, Tue) Jung, Doo-Hwan ..........................1427 (G5, Tue), .............................1428 (G5, Tue), 1434 (G5, Tue) Jung, Hee Joon ..............................724 (B11, Thu) Jung, Hye-Ran ................................. 196 (B1, Tue) Jung, Hyun Suk .....128 (A2, Thu), 1668 (H9, Wed) Jung, Hyun-June ..........................1125 (E5, Mon) Jung, Hyunsung .......70 (A1, Mon), 71 (A1, Mon) Jung, Ji Sim ..................................1138 (E6, Mon) Jung, Ji Young ................................... 87 (A2, Tue) Jung, Kwang Hee . ........................... 206 (B1, Tue) Jung, Kyeong Youl ........................ 1107 (E4, Tue) Jung, Min Suk ................................ 912 (D1, Thu) Jung, Sungwook ........................... 1132 (E5, Tue), ............................... 1136 (E5, Tue), 1743 (I3, Tue) Jung, Suyong ................................ 1025 (E2, Wed) Jung, Woowon ..............................1317 (G1, Tue) Junior, Jaldyr .................................1762 (I4, Wed) Junkar, Ita . ...................................1121 (E5, Mon) Jurczakowski, Rafal ........................ 1695 (I1, Tue) Jusys, Zenonas . .............................1760 (I4, Wed)

Kano, Kenji ...........437 (B4, Wed), 454 (B4, Thu), ......................................................... 520 (B7, Tue) Kao, Hsien-Ming ............................. 203 (B1, Tue) Kao, Yu-Hua .................................. 136 (B1, Mon) Kappes, Manfred ...........................1524 (H3, Tue) Kar, Piyush ...................................... 405 (B4, Tue) Karakachian, Manuel ...................... 948 (E1, Tue) Karanassios, Vassili . ...................... 1045 (E3, Tue) Kareev, Ivan . ............................... 1609 (H5, Wed) Karim, Ziaul .................................... 929 (E1, Tue) Karla, Nitin . .................................... 379 (B3, Tue) Karulkar, Mohan .......................... 1290 (F2, Wed) Karulkar, Mohan ..........................1241 (F2, Mon) Karuppiah, Lakshmanan . ............... 968 (E1, Tue) Kaseman, Brian J.............................. 80 (A1, Mon) Kashimura, Shigenori ................... 832 (C2, Mon) Katar, Sri Lakshmi ........................... 208 (B1, Tue) Katayama, Daisuke . .......................983 (E2, Mon) Katić, Jozefina ................................1274 (F2, Tue) Katiyar, Ram ........... 141 (B1, Mon), 935 (E1, Tue) Katiyar, Ram .................................... 380 (B3, Tue) Kato, Hiroshi ................................... 192 (B1, Tue) Kato, Koichiro ...............................1465 (H1, Tue) Kato, Tatsuhisa ..............................1594 (H5, Tue) Kato, Tomohisa ............................. 1153 (E6, Tue) Katoh, Ryuzi . ......1641 (H9, Tue), 1647 (H9, Tue) Katsiev, Khabiboulakh ..................729 (B11, Thu) Katsumi, Yusuke . .......................... 1153 (E6, Tue) Katuri, Krishna ...............................427 (B4, Wed) Katz, Evgeny . .................................. 410 (B4, Tue) Kaukoniemi, Otto-Ville . .................459 (B4, Thu) Kavan, Ladislav .............................1554 (H4, Tue) Kavan, Ladislav ............................. 655 (B10, Tue) Kavanagh, Karen ...........................112 (A2, Wed), .............................1577 (H4, Wed), 1741 (I3, Tue) Kavanagh, Paul .....427 (B4, Wed), 449 (B4, Thu), ........................................................ 1698 (I1, Tue) Kawada, Tatsuya . ........................... 531 (B7, Tue), ........................... 670 (B11, Mon), 678 (B11, Tue), ............................. 697 (B11, Tue), 698 (B11, Tue), .......................................................730 (B11, Thu) Kawamura, Junichi ......................... 381 (B3, Tue) Kawamura, Soshi . ......................... 653 (B10, Tue) Kawanaka, Shigeru .........................976 (E2, Mon) Kawatsura, Motoi ........................... 806 (C2, Sun) Kay, Andreas . ................................ 147 (B1, Mon) Kaye, Steven ...................................469 (B5, Wed) Kaz, Till ...........................................614 (B7, Thu) Kazuma, Emiko ........................... 1665 (H9, Wed) Kedzierzawski, Piotr ...................... 291 (B2, Mon) Keets, Kate ...................................... 1734 (I3, Tue) Kellenberger, Andrea . .................... 1720 (I1, Tue) Keller, Jurg . ....................................431 (B4, Wed) Keller, Teddy . ............................... 1589 (H4, Thu) Kelsall, Geoff .... 1342 (G3, Thu), 1383 (G4, Wed) Kenis, Paul . ....................................1266 (F2, Tue) Kenis, Paul . ........... 295 (B2, Mon), 513 (B7, Tue), .....................................................1403 (G5, Mon) Kennedy, Gareth ............................1671 (I1, Sun) Kepley, Christopher L...................... 100 (A2, Tue) Kercher, Andrew . ............................ 319 (B2, Tue) Kerman, Kian ...............................705 (B11, Wed) Kerrec, O. .......................................1262 (F2, Tue) Keskinen, Jari ..................................459 (B4, Thu) Khajavi, Mohammad Reza ............ 133 (A2, Thu), ........................................................ 134 (A2, Thu) Khakdaman, Hamidreza .................259 (B1, Thu) Khalap, Vaikunth .......................... 646 (B10, Tue) Khan, Saeed I. ...............................1495 (H2, Tue) Khan, Shahed U............................ 1347 (G3, Thu) Khanfar, Mohammad F. ............... 1773 (I5, Mon) Khanna, Parmod Kumar ............... 1004 (E2, Tue) Khatkar, Satyender P....................1089 (E4, Mon), ............................... 1101 (E4, Tue), 1712 (I1, Tue) Khitrin, A. ....................................... 304 (B2, Tue) Khodadadi, Abbas Ali . ..................1471 (H1, Tue) Khouraibchia, Youness . ................1378 (G4, Tue) Khripin, Constantine .....................434 (B4, Wed) Kılıc, Cetin .................................... 285 (B2, Mon)

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Kabiri, Kourosh ......105 (A2, Wed), 1432 (G5, Tue) Kaczmarek, Danuta ....................... 1097 (E4, Tue) Kadirgan, Figen ...............................603 (B7, Thu) Kadoma, Yoshihiro ...................... 653 (B10, Tue), .......................................................736 (B11, Thu) Kaimai, Atsushi ............................. 678 (B11, Tue) Kajdos, Adam .................................. 313 (B2, Tue) Kaji, Hironori ..............................1474 (H2, Mon) Kakimoto, Masa-aki ........................ 503 (B7, Tue) Kakushima, Kuniyuki ....................975 (E2, Mon) Kala, S. . .........................................1320 (G1, Tue) Kalbáč, Martin ..............................1554 (H4, Tue) Kalinin, Sergei ........ 243 (B1, Thu), 1785 (I5, Tue) Kalkofen, Bodo . ............................. 943 (E1, Tue), .............................. 1133 (E5, Tue), 1135 (E5, Tue) Kalkur, T. S. ..................................... 935 (E1, Tue) Kalnaus, Sergiy .............................. 143 (B1, Mon) Kalu, Egwu E..........296 (B2, Tue), 779 (C1, Mon), ..................................................... 1568 (H4, Wed) Kaluzhina, Svetlana ........................852 (D1, Tue) Kamat, P. V.....................................1645 (H9, Tue) Kamel, Azhar ...............................1513 (H3, Mon) Kameyama, Tatsuya ...................... 122 (A2, Thu), ..................................................... 1657 (H9, Wed) Kamiyama, Satoshi ......................... 993 (E2, Tue) Kammer Hansen, Kent . ..............720 (B11, Wed), ......................................................721 (B11, Wed) Kanamura, Kiyoshi ...................... 354 (B3, Mon), .................................. 361 (B3, Tue), 564 (B7, Tue) Kanamura, Kiyoshi ....................... 356 (B3, Mon) Kandagor, Vincent ..........................781 (C1, Tue) Kaneda, Kazuhiro ........................1305 (G1, Mon) Kaneko, Yutaka ............................1244 (F2, Mon) Kanesaka, Hiroyuki ....................1401 (G5, Mon), .....................................................1407 (G5, Mon) Kaneta, Chioko ............................... 941 (E1, Tue) Kang, Byoungwoo ....................... 627 (B10, Mon) Kang, Chang Yong .........................913 (E1, Mon) Kang, Chang-Jin . ............................ 955 (E1, Tue) Kang, Hyo-Sang . ............................. 952 (E1, Tue) Kang, Hyorang ............................1308 (G1, Mon) Kang, Hyun Ju . .............................. 1717 (I1, Tue) Kang, Jae Min . .............................. 1846 (J2, Thu) Kang, Kitaek ............. 958 (E1, Tue), 959 (E1, Tue) Kang, Kyungmun .........................1429 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1446 (G5, Tue) Kang, Sang-Woo ....841 (C3, Tue), 1555 (H4, Tue) Kang, Shao-Hui ............................... 101 (A2, Tue) Kang, Soonchul ...........................1474 (H2, Mon) Kang, Sung-kyu .............................. 1714 (I1, Tue) Kang, W. P. .............314 (B2, Tue), 1696 (I1, Tue), ....................................................... 1840 (J2, Thu)

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Kibsgaard, Jakob . ......................... 1346 (G3, Thu) Kidalov, Valery V................................ 92 (A2, Tue) Kidess, Anton ............................... 1207 (E7, Wed) Kielosto, Sami ................................. 404 (B4, Tue) Kiewra, Edward W. ....................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Kiggans, James ................................ 319 (B2, Tue) Kikuchi, Akifumi ........................... 490 (B7, Mon) Kikuchi, Takayuki .........................1822 (J1, Wed) Kikuchi, Takeo . ............................. 683 (B11, Tue) Kikuchi, Yuuki . ............................... 995 (E2, Tue) Kilgore, Steve .................................. 10 (A1, Mon) Kim, Ae Rhan .......... 199 (B1, Tue), 200 (B1, Tue), .............................. 422 (B4, Tue), 1426 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1449 (G5, Tue) Kim, Byoung Gak ............................ 330 (B2, Tue) Kim, Byoung Gak ........................1397 (G5, Mon) Kim, Byung-Kwon . ........................ 1719 (I1, Tue) Kim, Byung-Woo . ............................. 93 (A2, Tue) Kim, Chang-Hyun . .....................1308 (G1, Mon) Kim, Chang-Koo .......................... 1284 (F2, Wed) Kim, Chang-Sam ............................. 189 (B1, Tue) Kim, Chisu ...................................... 198 (B1, Tue) Kim, Choon-Hwan . ........................ 952 (E1, Tue) Kim, Dae Yong ............................... 132 (A2, Thu) Kim, Dae-Hyun ............................ 1210 (E7, Wed) Kim, Do Kyung ....... 184 (B1, Tue), 185 (B1, Tue), ......................................................... 532 (B7, Tue) Kim, Dohoon .................................231 (B1, Wed) Kim, Dojun .......... 964 (E1, Tue), 1124 (E5, Mon) Kim, Dong Woo ............................ 1105 (E4, Tue) Kim, Dong-Uk ................................. 40 (A1, Mon) Kim, Dong-Wan .......................... 638 (B10, Mon) Kim, Dongho ................................1651 (H9, Tue) Kim, Dongyoung .........................1650 (H9, Tue), .......................................................1651 (H9, Tue) Kim, Dukjoon ................................. 339 (B2, Tue) Kim, Geun Bae .............................. 142 (B1, Mon) Kim, Gi-Heon ..................................247 (B1, Thu) Kim, Gwang-Ryeol ..... 955 (E1, Tue), 956 (E1, Tue) Kim, Hadong .................................732 (B11, Thu) Kim, Haekyoung ............................. 201 (B1, Tue) Kim, Hansu ..................................... 321 (B2, Tue) Kim, Hasuck ...................................587 (B7, Wed) Kim, Hee Soo . ................................225 (B1, Wed) Kim, Hee-tak .................................1417 (G5, Tue) Kim, Ho Gi ...................................... 206 (B1, Tue) Kim, Hong Gun ............................1428 (G5, Tue) Kim, Hwayong ................................ 44 (A1, Mon) Kim, Hyoung Chan . ......................863 (D1, Tue), .........................................................864 (D1, Tue) Kim, Hyun J...................................1650 (H9, Tue) Kim, Hyun-Phill .............................. 952 (E1, Tue) Kim, Hyung Juhn ........................... 44 (A1, Mon), ............................ 330 (B2, Tue), 1397 (G5, Mon), .............................1410 (G5, Tue), 1435 (G5, Tue) Kim, Hyunseok ...........................1308 (G1, Mon) Kim, Ic-Pyo . .................................... 375 (B3, Tue) Kim, In ...........................................587 (B7, Wed) Kim, In-ho . .................................... 117 (A2, Thu) Kim, Jae Hong ...............................1435 (G5, Tue) Kim, Jae Hong ...............................1410 (G5, Tue) Kim, Jae Jeong .............................. 1220 (F1, Wed) Kim, Jae Pil .................................... 1159 (E6, Tue) Kim, Jae-Hun . ................................. 315 (B2, Tue) Kim, Jaekook ............................... 630 (B10, Mon) Kim, Jeong . .......1130 (E5, Mon), 1343 (G3, Thu) Kim, Jeong-Ho . ............................... 533 (B7, Tue) Kim, JeongHan . .............................. 377 (B3, Tue) Kim, Ji Hoon ................................... 331 (B2, Tue) Kim, Jihyun . ........ 1146 (E6, Tue), 1146 (E6, Tue) Kim, Jin Hwan ............................... 132 (A2, Thu) Kim, Jin Kon ..................................... 2 (A1, Mon) Kim, Jin-eui ..................................... 37 (A1, Mon) Kim, Jin-Go ................................... 283 (B2, Mon) Kim, Jin-suk ............ 408 (B4, Tue), 442 (B4, Thu) Kim, Jin-Tae . .........841 (C3, Tue), 1555 (H4, Tue) Kim, JinBaek . .................................. 12 (A1, Mon) Kim, Jiyoung .................................1427 (G5, Tue) Kim, Jiyoung ........ 938 (E1, Tue), 1202 (E7, Mon)

Kim, Jong-Seon ............................... 375 (B3, Tue) Kim, Joo-Sung ................................351 (B2, Wed) Kim, Joon Sup ............................... 142 (B1, Mon) Kim, Joung-Woon ........................... 541 (B7, Tue) Kim, Ju Sung .................................. 1744 (I3, Tue) Kim, Juho .......................................... 89 (A2, Tue) Kim, Jung Hyeun ..........................1435 (G5, Tue) Kim, Jung Soo ................................. 332 (B2, Tue) Kim, Jungbae . .................................456 (B4, Thu) Kim, Kang-Pil .......... 88 (A2, Tue), 1648 (H9, Tue) Kim, Ki Kang ................................1183 (E7, Mon) Kim, Ki-Won ................................... 375 (B3, Tue) Kim, Kisoo . ..................................... 43 (A1, Mon) Kim, Kwan Soo . ............................ 1846 (J2, Thu) Kim, Kwang-Bum ........................... 11 (A1, Mon), .......281 (B2, Mon), 283 (B2, Mon), 316 (B2, Tue) Kim, Kye-Ryung ............................1417 (G5, Tue) Kim, Kyeong Hyun ......................... 201 (B1, Tue) Kim, Kyung Kon ............................. 334 (B2, Tue) Kim, Kyung Pil ..............................1469 (H1, Tue) Kim, Min ......................................... 382 (B3, Tue) Kim, Moon ..................................... 125 (A2, Thu) Kim, Moon J. . ...... 334 (B2, Tue), 1202 (E7, Mon) Kim, Moon-Sun . ............................... 93 (A2, Tue) Kim, Oh Hyun ..... 964 (E1, Tue), 1124 (E5, Mon) Kim, Pil . .................. 200 (B1, Tue), 422 (B4, Tue), .......................................................1449 (G5, Tue) Kim, RyoungHee ............................. 377 (B3, Tue) Kim, Sang Mook . ... 1154 (E6, Tue), 1170 (E6, Tue) Kim, Sang-Kyung .........................1427 (G5, Tue), .............................1428 (G5, Tue), 1434 (G5, Tue) Kim, Sang-Mook ........................... 1159 (E6, Tue) Kim, Seok-Sik .................................. 955 (E1, Tue) Kim, Seokkoo .................................. 18 (A1, Mon) Kim, Seong-Hun . ......................... 1283 (F2, Wed) Kim, Seong-Je ..........39 (A1, Mon), 41 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 947 (E1, Tue) Kim, Seong-Jong .... 52 (A1, Mon), 851 (D1, Tue), ............871 (D1, Tue), 872 (D1, Tue), 873 (D1, Tue) Kim, Seuk Buom . ............................ 204 (B1, Tue) Kim, Soo-Kil ............ 541 (B7, Tue), 542 (B7, Tue), ...........................1397 (G5, Mon), 1418 (G5, Tue) Kim, Sooyeun . ................................ 210 (B1, Tue) Kim, Suhwan . ............................. 1572 (H4, Wed) Kim, Sung Hoon .... 1105 (E4, Tue), 1106 (E4, Tue) Kim, Sung-Dae ................................ 194 (B1, Tue) Kim, Sunghyun ..............................425 (B4, Wed) Kim, Sungjun .................................. 43 (A1, Mon) Kim, Sunyong ...............................1317 (G1, Tue) Kim, Tae Hyun ........39 (A1, Mon), 41 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 947 (E1, Tue) Kim, Tae Kyung ........51 (A1, Mon), 55 (A1, Mon) Kim, Tae Sang . .............................1138 (E6, Mon) Kim, Tae Young .................................273 (B1, Fri) Kim, Ui-Yeon . ................................. 335 (B2, Tue) Kim, Uiseong . ................................. 198 (B1, Tue) Kim, WonKeun ...... 359 (B3, Mon), 376 (B3, Tue) Kim, Yoongu .......... 243 (B1, Thu), 1785 (I5, Tue) Kim, Youn-Geun .......................... 1775 (I5, Mon) Kim, Youna ..................................... 318 (B2, Tue) Kim, Young Beom ......................... 682 (B11, Tue) Kim, Young Soon ............................ 336 (B2, Tue) Kim, Young Sung .............................. 89 (A2, Tue) Kim, Young Ugk ............................ 142 (B1, Mon) Kim, Young-Woon .......................... 194 (B1, Tue) Kim, Youngkuk .... 1134 (E5, Tue), 1136 (E5, Tue) Kim, Youngkyoo ...........................1648 (H9, Tue) Kimijima, Ken’ichi .......................1467 (H1, Tue), ..................................................... 1653 (H9, Wed) Kimura, Yasuo ................................... 91 (A2, Tue) King, Paul ....................................1514 (H3, Mon) King, Sean ....................................... 34 (A1, Mon) Kingerley, Donald .......................1297 (G1, Mon) Kinoshita, Atsuhiro ........................976 (E2, Mon) Kintner-Meyer, Michael .................. 366 (B3, Tue) Kinyanjui, Francis ......................... 672 (B11, Tue) Kira, Aiko ......................................1640 (H9, Tue) Kirk, Don . ......................................1267 (F2, Tue) Kirkpatrick, Casey ........................... 939 (E1, Tue)

Kirsch, Paul ....................................913 (E1, Mon) Kis-Szabo, K. ...................................917 (E1, Mon) Kish, Joseph .................................. 893 (D1, Wed) Kishi, Akira . .................................... 552 (B7, Tue) Kishimoto, Akira ............................. 383 (B3, Tue) Kishimoto, Haruo ........................714 (B11, Wed) Kislitsyn, Mikhail ..............................279 (B1, Fri) Kiss, István Z....................................612 (B7, Thu) Kita, Koji ................. 988 (E2, Tue), 991 (E2, Tue), ......................................................... 999 (E2, Tue) Kitamura, Takayuki .....................1617 (H8, Mon) Kitano, Masafumi . .......................... 970 (E1, Tue) Kitayaporn, Sathana ....................1252 (F2, Mon) Kitsuka, Kenta .............................1305 (G1, Mon) Kittl, Jorge A . .................................. 931 (E1, Tue) Kivi, Indrek ..................................... 563 (B7, Tue) Kizawa, Tomoko ..........................1617 (H8, Mon) Kjeang, Erik .....................................619 (B7, Thu) Kleis, Jesper ................................. 666 (B11, Mon) Klimenko, Anton ..........................1525 (H3, Tue) Klimova, Elena .................................. 94 (A2, Tue) Klod, Sabrina ................................ 655 (B10, Tue), .............................1613 (H5, Wed), 1747 (I4, Tue) Klotz, Dino ..........144 (B1, Mon), 712 (B11, Wed) Knibbe, Ruth ............................... 1338 (G3, Wed) Knickle, Harry ................................. 190 (B1, Tue) Knights, Andrew .........................1079 (E4, Mon), ......................................................1081 (E4, Mon) Knights, Shanna . .... 505 (B7, Tue), 515 (B7, Tue), ................................ 566 (B7, Tue), 574 (B7, Wed) Knoch, Joachim .............................. 944 (E1, Tue) Knott, Nigel . ........468 (B5, Wed), 1316 (G1, Tue) Knupp, Seth L................................ 482 (B7, Mon) Ko, Changhee ..............................1123 (E5, Mon) Ko, Cheon Kwang ........................... 46 (A1, Mon) Ko, Dae-Hong . ................................ 950 (E1, Tue) Ko, Dong-Su .................................... 194 (B1, Tue) Ko, Hyun-Seok ................................ 187 (B1, Tue) Ko, Jang-Myoun .............................. 71 (A1, Mon) Ko, YoungGwan ............................. 912 (D1, Thu) Kobayashi, Kenji .......................... 1017 (E2, Wed) Kobayashi, Masaki ....................... 501 (B7, Mon), ......................................................... 502 (B7, Tue) Kobe, Spomenka .......................... 1281 (F2, Wed) Kobuke, Yoshiaki . .......................1629 (H8, Mon) Kobuke, Yoshikaki . .....................1634 (H8, Mon) Koch, Dietmar ............................... 756 (B12, Tue) Kochana, Jolanta . .......................... 1811 (J1, Tue) Kodama, Kensaku .......................... 1755 (I4, Tue) Kodate, Junichi ............................. 1060 (E3, Tue) Koep, Erik ............... 547 (B7, Tue), 581 (B7, Wed) Koepke, Justin ............................... 1197 (E7, Tue) Koganezawa, Tomoyuki .................983 (E2, Mon) Koivula, Anu ...................................459 (B4, Thu) Kojima, Takahiko .......................1625 (H8, Mon), .....................................................1635 (H8, Mon) Kola, Avinash .......... 21 (A1, Mon), 796 (C1, Tue) Kolary-Zurowska, Aneta . ...............596 (B7, Wed) Kolb, Dieter M...............................1249 (F2, Mon) Koleva, Dessi .......886 (D1, Wed), 887 (D1, Wed), ....................................................... 888 (D1, Wed) Koller, Jürgen ....... 964 (E1, Tue), 1124 (E5, Mon) Kollias, Nikiforos . ........................1037 (E3, Mon) Komatsu, Naoki ............................1521 (H3, Tue) Konarova, Muxina ............................ 9 (A1, Mon) Kondo, Kazuo . ............................. 1285 (F2, Wed) Kondo, Takahiro ...........................1766 (I4, Wed) Kondo, Toshiaki .......................... 1667 (H9, Wed) Kondo, Toshihiro ........................... 1746 (I4, Tue) Kong, Jing ....................................1183 (E7, Mon) Kongstein, Ole Edvard ................ 1384 (G4, Wed) Konishi, Yoshiyuki ........................ 1131 (E5, Tue) Konno, Akinori ............................ 831 (C2, Mon), ..................................................... 1666 (H9, Wed) Kono, Junichiro .........................1505 (H3, Mon), ......................... 1506 (H3, Mon), 1559 (H4, Wed) Koo, Bonwon ...............................1138 (E6, Mon) Koo, Sang Man ................................ 332 (B2, Tue) Koo, Yong sung ............................... 71 (A1, Mon)

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Kopidakis, Nikos ...........................1463 (H1, Tue) Kopidakis, Nikos .........................1514 (H3, Mon) Koratkar, Nikhil . ...........................1527 (H3, Tue) Korbelik, Mladen .........................1044 (E3, Mon) Korbelik, Mladen .......................... 1058 (E3, Tue) Korchagina, Taisiya ....................... 1006 (E2, Tue) Kormilitsyn, Mikhail . .................... 1690 (I1, Tue) Kortshagen, Uwe ..........................1118 (E5, Mon) Kose, M. Erkan .............................. 285 (B2, Mon) Kosemura, Daisuke . ......................916 (E1, Mon), ........................................................983 (E2, Mon) Koshida, Nobuyoshi . ...................1087 (E4, Mon) Kostowskyj, Mike ..........................468 (B5, Wed), .......................................................1316 (G1, Tue) Kothandaraman, Ramanujam ........ 181 (B1, Tue) Kotobuki, Masashi ....................... 354 (B3, Mon), ......................................................... 361 (B3, Tue) Kotula, P. G. ................................... 1781 (I5, Tue) Kovacheva, Daniela ...................... 137 (B1, Mon) Kovacs, Domocos ......................... 1067 (E3, Wed) Kovalenko, Andriy .........................108 (A2, Wed) Kovalenko, Igor . ........................... 286 (B2, Mon) Kovaleva, Anna ........................... 1383 (G4, Wed) Kowalewska, Barbara . ....................435 (B4, Wed) Kowpak, Thomas .......................... 1047 (E3, Tue) Kozarsky, Eric ................................ 282 (B2, Mon) Kozlova, Jekaterina ......................... 42 (A1, Mon) Kral, Petr . ..................................... 1582 (H4, Thu) Krause, Frederick ............................. 167 (B1, Tue) Krause, Stefan . ..............................729 (B11, Thu) Krauss, Todd ................................1509 (H3, Mon) Kraut, Jürgen ...............................1400 (G5, Mon) Kreller, Cortney R.......................... 700 (B11, Tue), ......................................................710 (B11, Wed) Krishnamoorthy, Mowly . ............1036 (E3, Mon) Krishnamurthy, Balaji ...................1425 (G5, Tue) Krishnan, Charanya ...................... 893 (D1, Wed) Krishnan, Chirakal . ...................... 774 (C1, Mon) Krishnan, Chirakkal V................... 772 (C1, Mon) Krishnan, Subramanian .................. 998 (E2, Tue) Kriston, Ákos .................................1443 (G5, Tue) Krom, Raymond . ............................ 987 (E2, Tue) Krom, Raymond . ......................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Kromp, Alexander ......................... 699 (B11, Tue) Krtil, Peter ....................................... 176 (B1, Tue) Krull, Wade ....................................920 (E1, Mon) Kruusenberg, Ivar ..........................1534 (H3, Tue) Kub, Fritz . ..................................... 1149 (E6, Tue) Kubota, Jun ................................... 494 (B7, Mon) Kudla, Robert ............................... 1290 (F2, Wed) Kulesza, Pawel J...... 435 (B4, Wed), 596 (B7, Wed) Kulikovsky, Andrei ..........................743 (B11, Fri) Kumagai, Naoaki .......................... 653 (B10, Tue), .......................................................736 (B11, Thu) Kumar, Anuj .................................. 1004 (E2, Tue) Kumar, Arun . .................................. 380 (B3, Tue) Kumar, Atul ..................................... 170 (B1, Tue) Kumar, Binod ................................ 761 (B12, Tue) Kumar, Dinesh .............................. 1004 (E2, Tue) Kumar, Jitendra ............................. 761 (B12, Tue) Kumar, Mukesh ...........................1089 (E4, Mon), .............................. 1101 (E4, Tue), 1102 (E4, Tue) Kumar, Mukesh ............................. 1004 (E2, Tue) Kumar, Romesh . ...........................1439 (G5, Tue) Kumar, Vivekanand .....................1130 (E5, Mon) Kumaresan, Ramanujam . ............ 653 (B10, Tue), ....................................................... 654 (B10, Tue) Kumita, Hideyuki ..... 396 (B4, Tue), 439 (B4, Wed) Kumta, Prashant ............................242 (B1, Thu), ............................ 352 (B3, Mon), 1328 (G3, Wed) Kundu, Sumit ..................................613 (B7, Thu) Kunert, Bernardette . .................... 1212 (E7, Wed) Kunimoto, Masahiro ....................1255 (F2, Mon) Kunnen, Eddy ...............................1817 (J1, Wed) Kunz, H. Russell ....1423 (G5, Tue), 1424 (G5, Tue) Kunz, Ulrike ..................................1437 (G5, Tue) Kuo, Mei-Cen ..............................1393 (G5, Mon) Kuo, Tzu H..................................... 799 (C1, Wed) Kuo, Y.C. .........................................246 (B1, Thu)

Kuo, Yue .......................................... 957 (E1, Tue) Kurata, Takehiro . ....................... 1652 (H9, Wed), ..................................................... 1669 (H9, Wed) Kurig, Heisi . ......... 217 (B1, Wed), 342 (B2, Wed), ................................ 343 (B2, Wed), 563 (B7, Tue) Kurimoto, Takashi . ..................... 1657 (H9, Wed) Kuroboshi, Manabu ....................... 804 (C2, Sun) Kuroda, Rihito . ........ 949 (E1, Tue), 951 (E1, Tue) Kuroki, Shigeki ....... 501 (B7, Mon), 503 (B7, Tue) Kuroki, Shigeki ................................ 502 (B7, Tue) Kuroki, Tomohiro ..........................350 (B2, Wed) Kurotobi, Kei ............................... 1600 (H5, Wed) Kusano, Yuya . ................................. 54 (A1, Mon) Kutner, Wlodzimierz . ...................1464 (H1, Tue) Kuvychko, Igor . ..........................1482 (H2, Mon) Kuvychko, Igor . ....1463 (H1, Tue), 1496 (H2, Tue) Kuwabata, Susumu . ......................590 (B7, Wed), ............................ 1099 (E4, Tue), 1657 (H9, Wed) Kvaratskhelia, Elene ........................842 (C3, Tue) Kvaratskhelia, Ramaz ......................842 (C3, Tue) Kvit, Alexander ............................... 313 (B2, Tue) Kwak, Joon Seop ........................... 1170 (E6, Tue) Kwak, Juhyoun . ............................. 1719 (I1, Tue) Kwak, Seung-Yeop ........................... 331 (B2, Tue) Kwang, Hyeon Baik . ..................... 1155 (E6, Tue) Kwon, HyukSang . ........................ 359 (B3, Mon), .................................. 376 (B3, Tue), 377 (B3, Tue) Kwon, Jang-Yeon . ........................1138 (E6, Mon) Kwon, Ou Jung ...............................240 (B1, Thu) Kwon, Seungchul .............................. 2 (A1, Mon) Kwon, Soon ..................................... 189 (B1, Tue) Kwon, Taeyoung ...........................1317 (G1, Tue) Kwong, D-L. ...................................914 (E1, Mon) Kyoko, Honbo ................................ 1779 (I5, Tue)

Lara, Rene . ..................................1358 (G4, Mon) Lara-Curzio, Edgar .......................... 364 (B3, Tue) Larcher, Dominique ...................... 750 (B12, Tue) Larina, Liudmila . .......................... 1161 (E6, Tue) La Rotta, Camilo E...........................460 (B4, Thu) Larsen, Brian A.............................1511 (H3, Mon) Larson, Bryon . ..............................1463 (H1, Tue) Larsson, Karin C. . ...........................788 (C1, Tue) Larsson, Oscar ...............................1824 (J1, Wed) Laruelle, Stephane . ....................... 643 (B10, Tue) Lasia, Andrzej ................................. 1695 (I1, Tue) Laskoski, Matthew ....................... 1589 (H4, Thu) Lassman, Alexander .....................719 (B11, Wed) Latinwo, Folarin . ............................249 (B1, Thu) Lau, C. N. ...................................... 1195 (E7, Tue) Lau, Carolin ............16 (A1, Mon), 27 (A1, Mon), ......... 28 (A1, Mon), 57 (A1, Mon), 394 (B4, Tue), ..........403 (B4, Tue), 411 (B4, Tue), 415 (B4, Tue), ..........416 (B4, Tue), 417 (B4, Tue), 418 (B4, Tue), ........ 419 (B4, Tue), 441 (B4, Wed), 445 (B4, Thu) Lau, Deborah . .......876 (D1, Wed), 905 (D1, Thu) Lau, Kei May ................................ 1213 (E7, Wed) Lau, King Tong ............................ 1580 (H4, Wed) Laux, Steven ...................................915 (E1, Mon) Lavi, Ronit . ................................... 137 (B1, Mon) Law, Cameron ............................... 702 (B11, Tue) Laycock, Bronwyn .........................431 (B4, Wed) Lazzi, Gianluca . ..............................781 (C1, Tue) Le Vot, Steven .........79 (A1, Mon), 1686 (I1, Tue) Le, David .........................................457 (B4, Thu) Le, Thi Thu . ...................................... 1 (A1, Mon) Le, Xuan Tuan . ...... 874 (D1, Tue), 1721 (I1, Tue) Leahy, Martin J . .............................. 370 (B3, Tue) Leary, Edmund ..............................1459 (H1, Tue) Lebedkin, Segei .............................1524 (H3, Tue) Lebedkin, Sergey ......................... 1609 (H5, Wed) Lebouin, Chrystelle . ...................... 1695 (I1, Tue) Leddy, Johna ................................... 523 (B7, Tue) Lee Ho, Donna ................................ 169 (B1, Tue) Lee, Andrea .................................1509 (H3, Mon) Lee, Andrew ................................1337 (G3, Mon) Lee, Anthony ................................ 1059 (E3, Tue) Lee, Bongki . .................................1202 (E7, Mon) Lee, Byung I....................................601 (B7, Wed) Lee, Byung Yang . ........................ 1572 (H4, Wed) Lee, Byung-Wook .........................717 (B11, Wed) Lee, Byungcheol . ..........................1417 (G5, Tue) Lee, Byungrok ......1427 (G5, Tue), 1428 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1434 (G5, Tue) Lee, Cheng Ai . ................................ 78 (A1, Mon) Lee, Chia-Ying . ........................... 637 (B10, Mon) Lee, Ching-Ting ..........................1140 (E6, Mon), ............................ 1142 (E6, Mon), 1151 (E6, Tue) Lee, Choong-Hyun ......................... 988 (E2, Tue) Lee, Choong-Hyun ......................... 39 (A1, Mon) Lee, Chul Wee ................................. 183 (B1, Tue) Lee, Dok-Yol ..................................1434 (G5, Tue) Lee, Dong Hoon .... 44 (A1, Mon), 1397 (G5, Mon) Lee, Dong Hoon .............................. 330 (B2, Tue) Lee, Dong Joon .......................... 630 (B10, Mon), ..................................................... 1572 (H4, Wed) Lee, Dong kyu ................................. 40 (A1, Mon) Lee, Doo-Yeon ................................. 372 (B3, Tue) Lee, Duk-Kyu . ............................. 638 (B10, Mon) Lee, El-Hang ................................. 1069 (E3, Wed) Lee, Eun-Kyu ................................. 1187 (E7, Tue) Lee, Hae-Min ................................ 1284 (F2, Wed) Lee, Hansoo . .................................1310 (G1, Tue) Lee, Ho Sueb ....... 1104 (E4, Tue), 1105 (E4, Tue), ....................................................... 1106 (E4, Tue) Lee, Ho-Young . .............................. 912 (D1, Thu) Lee, Holim . ...................................1651 (H9, Tue) Lee, Hong Yeon .............................1447 (G5, Tue) Lee, Horim ....................................1650 (H9, Tue) Lee, Hsin-Ying ..............................1140 (E6, Mon) Lee, Hye Jin ..................................... 204 (B1, Tue) Lee, Hye-Jin ..................................... 44 (A1, Mon) Lee, Hye-Jin ......... 330 (B2, Tue), 1397 (G5, Mon) Lee, Hyo Jin . .................................1469 (H1, Tue)

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Laberty-Robert, Christel . ...............1678 (I1, Sun) Labuda, Jan ................................... 1834 (J2, Thu) Lachaud, Christophe ...................... 948 (E1, Tue) Lado, Julio ...................................1298 (G1, Mon) Laffont, Lydia . .............................. 750 (B12, Tue) Lagowski, J. ....................................917 (E1, Mon) Lagutchev, Alexei ............................611 (B7, Thu) Laheäär, Ann ..................................342 (B2, Wed) Laheäär, Ann ................................... 300 (B2, Tue) Lahootun, Vanina ........................... 948 (E1, Tue) Lai, Bo-Kuai ..................................705 (B11, Wed) Lai, Chao-Sung . ... 979 (E2, Mon), 1122 (E5, Mon) Lai, Chih-Ming . ............................ 1012 (E2, Tue) Lai, DeCong .................................... 384 (B3, Tue) Lai, Ming-Hui .................................. 965 (E1, Tue) Lai, M. O. .......................................227 (B1, Wed) Lai, Yanqing ..... 1176 (E6, Wed), 1309 (G1, Mon) Lai, Yi-Sheng ............58 (A1, Mon), 61 (A1, Mon) Lakshmi, Jothinathan ................. 1340 (G3, Wed) La Mantia, Fabio ...........................223 (B1, Wed), ...................................................... 1586 (H4, Thu) Lam, Si-Ty ................................... 1567 (H4, Wed) Lam, Stephen ...............................1035 (E3, Mon) La Mantia, Fabio ...........................223 (B1, Wed), ...................................................... 1586 (H4, Thu) Lan, Xing ..................................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Lanagan, Michael . ....................... 1288 (F2, Wed) Lanagan, Michael . .........................1676 (I1, Sun) Landau, Uziel .....1247 (F2, Mon), 1271 (F2, Tue), ...................................................... 1286 (F2, Wed) Landgraf, Stephan ..........................1670 (I1, Sun) Landstorfer, Manuel . ....................390 (B3, Wed), ........................................................391 (B3, Wed) Lang, J.C. . ..................................... 1094 (E4, Tue) Langa, Fernando ..........................1457 (H1, Tue), ...........................1491 (H2, Mon), 1493 (H2, Tue) Lange, Kyle . ...................................600 (B7, Wed) Langham, Mary E. . .........................255 (B1, Thu) Lanyon, Marshall ........................ 1387 (G4, Wed) Lanza, Mario ................................... 992 (E2, Tue) la O’, Gerardo . .............................. 700 (B11, Tue) Lapunina, Nina ...............................852 (D1, Tue) Lara, Carlos ...................................1375 (G4, Tue)

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Lee, Hyun Ju .................................1469 (H1, Tue) Lee, Hyun-Wook ...... 184 (B1, Tue), 185 (B1, Tue) Lee, Hyungjoong . ....................... 1572 (H4, Wed) Lee, Illhwan .................................... 43 (A1, Mon) Lee, Jae Eun .....................................863 (D1, Tue) Lee, Jae S ........................................... 89 (A2, Tue) Lee, Jae-Ho ................................... 1283 (F2, Wed) Lee, Jae-Wook . ................................ 195 (B1, Tue) Lee, Jaeyoung .................................587 (B7, Wed) Lee, Jang-Sik ........128 (A2, Thu), 1668 (H9, Wed) Lee, Jea Woan . .............................. 142 (B1, Mon) Lee, Jeong In ..................................... 2 (A1, Mon) Lee, Jeongbin .................................. 198 (B1, Tue) Lee, Ji Ung ..........1203 (E7, Mon), 1529 (H3, Tue) Lee, Jim Yang ..............................1390 (G5, Mon) Lee, Jin W........................................ 117 (A2, Thu) Lee, Jin Young .............................. 1178 (E6, Wed) Lee, Jin-Hwan . ............................... 1800 (J1, Tue) Lee, Jinwoo ..................................... 183 (B1, Tue) Lee, Jonathan ................................ 1094 (E4, Tue) Lee, Jong-Lam ........ 43 (A1, Mon), 1158 (E6, Tue) Lee, Joohyung ............................. 1572 (H4, Wed) Lee, Joong Kee . ...............................254 (B1, Thu) Lee, Joonhyung ...........................1308 (G1, Mon) Lee, Jooyoung ..............................1124 (E5, Mon) Lee, Jooyoung ................................. 964 (E1, Tue) Lee, Ju-Young ............................... 1283 (F2, Wed) Lee, K. . ...........................................231 (B1, Wed) Lee, Kang Taek .............................713 (B11, Wed) Lee, Kao-How ................................ 1109 (E4, Tue) Lee, Kee Eun . .................................474 (B5, Wed) Lee, Kong-Soo ................................. 956 (E1, Tue) Lee, Kong-Soo ................................. 955 (E1, Tue) Lee, Kunchan ................................ 497 (B7, Mon) Lee, Kunchan .................................. 509 (B7, Tue) Lee, Kwang-Cheol ......................... 1159 (E6, Tue) Lee, Kwang-Hee . ..........................1138 (E6, Mon) Lee, Kyoung-Min ... 967 (E1, Tue), 1084 (E4, Mon) Lee, Minbaek ............................... 1572 (H4, Wed) Lee, Minhwan ...............................724 (B11, Thu) Lee, Sang-hoon .............................1428 (G5, Tue) Lee, Sang-kwon ............................... 38 (A1, Mon) Lee, Sangyoon ..............................1138 (E6, Mon) Lee, Se-Hee ............ 188 (B1, Tue), 358 (B3, Mon), ......................................................... 373 (B3, Tue) Lee, Se-Hoon ................................ 1204 (E7, Wed) Lee, Seok Soo . ............................. 630 (B10, Mon) Lee, Seung Whan .........................1129 (E5, Mon) Lee, Seung-Jun ................................ 52 (A1, Mon) Lee, Seung-Yul .............................1396 (G5, Mon) Lee, Seunghyup . ............................981 (E2, Mon) Lee, SeungJun . ................................ 532 (B7, Tue) Lee, Shane ...................................... 1759 (I4, Tue) Lee, Shin-Bok ................................. 912 (D1, Thu) Lee, Shuhan .................................. 755 (B12, Tue) Lee, Soung Soo .............................. 1104 (E4, Tue) Lee, Stephen ....................................613 (B7, Thu) Lee, Sun Sook .................................... 89 (A2, Tue) Lee, Sungwon .............................. 1658 (H9, Wed) Lee, Sunhaw .................................. 1134 (E5, Tue) Lee, Sunwha .................................. 1136 (E5, Tue) Lee, Tae . ........................................ 687 (B11, Tue) Lee, Tae Hun ................................... 334 (B2, Tue) Lee, Unchul ....................................213 (B1, Wed) Lee, Wendy .................................. 1031 (E2, Wed) Lee, Won Gyu .........46 (A1, Mon), 51 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 55 (A1, Mon) Lee, Wonbaek . .............................. 1132 (E5, Tue) Lee, Wonyoung .............................724 (B11, Thu) Lee, Yongwonn .............................1317 (G1, Tue) Lee, Youn Seoung . ......................... 1714 (I1, Tue) Lee, Youn-Jin ........ 967 (E1, Tue), 1084 (E4, Mon) Lee, Youngseok . ............................ 1136 (E5, Tue) Lee, Yueh-Lin ................................. 1828 (J2, Tue) Lee, Yueh-Lin .............................. 666 (B11, Mon) Lee, Yuh-Lang ......1767 (I5, Mon), 1788 (I5, Tue) Lee, Zi-Jay . .................................... 1001 (E2, Tue) Leech, Dónal .........427 (B4, Wed), 449 (B4, Thu), ........................................................ 1698 (I1, Tue)

Léger, Jean-Michel . .........................603 (B7, Thu) Lefebvre, Jacques . .......................1504 (H3, Mon) Lehnen, Peer ................................... 929 (E1, Tue) Lehnert, Werner .............................. 171 (B1, Tue) Lei, Du . ........................................ 1076 (E3, Wed) Leinen, Dietmar ..........................1361 (G4, Mon) Leines, Matthew . ........................ 1578 (H4, Wed) Lemaire, Olivier .............................257 (B1, Thu), ...................................258 (B1, Thu), 265 (B1, Fri) Lemberger, Martin .......................... 986 (E2, Tue) Lemiti, Mustapha ........................... 123 (A2, Thu) Lemmetyinen, Helge . ...................1640 (H9, Tue) Lemmon, John P....... 366 (B3, Tue), 371 (B3, Tue) Leng, Yue . .....................................1440 (G5, Tue) Lenk, Robert .................................... 100 (A2, Tue) Leonard, Francois . ....................... 1581 (H4, Thu) Leong, J. ......................................1402 (G5, Mon) Leonide, André . ...699 (B11, Tue), 704 (B11, Wed), .............................. 712 (B11, Wed), 739 (B11, Fri) Leow, Andrew ...............................1412 (G5, Tue) LePalud, Michelle L.......................1036 (E3, Mon) Lervik, Ingrid Anne ..................... 1329 (G3, Wed) Lessard, Jean . ................................. 808 (C2, Sun) Lestriez, Bernard ......................... 639 (B10, Mon) Lete, Cecilia . ...................................836 (C3, Tue) Leung, KamTong ............................ 135 (A2, Thu) Leung, Kevin ..................................212 (B1, Wed) Leung, Regina .... 1036 (E3, Mon), 1057 (E3, Tue) Leusink, Gert . ................................. 928 (E1, Tue) Levchenko, Igor ...........................1121 (E5, Mon) Leventis, Nicholas ......................1503 (H3, Mon), .......................................................1815 (J1, Wed) Levi, Mikhael ................................. 1754 (I4, Tue) Levitin, Galit ..................................980 (E2, Mon) Levy, Naomi ................................... 1754 (I4, Tue) Lewera, Adam . ...............................596 (B7, Wed) Li, Aaron .............. 760 (B12, Tue), 762 (B12, Tue) Li, Bin .............................................469 (B5, Wed) Li, Carol ...................16 (A1, Mon), 416 (B4, Tue) Li, Chang-Hsueh .......................... 1068 (E3, Wed) Li, Changming .............................. 1838 (J2, Thu) Li, Chen-zhong ....770 (C1, Mon), 1843 (J2, Thu) Li, Cheng Ai .................................... 77 (A1, Mon) Li, Cheng Ai ............73 (A1, Mon), 74 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 75 (A1, Mon) Li, Cole .........................................1126 (E5, Mon) Li, Danny ..................................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Li, Ding .........................................1646 (H9, Tue) Li, Dongdong ............................... 1175 (E6, Wed) Li, Fa-Bao . ...................................1475 (H2, Mon) Li, Fei . .........................................1573 (H4, Wed) Li, Feng . ....................................... 1114 (E4, Wed) Li, Guangchun ..........269 (B1, Fri), 604 (B7, Thu) Li, Haohua . ................................. 1385 (G4, Wed) Li, Hui ................. 760 (B12, Tue), 1411 (G5, Tue) Li, Jiangang ................................. 634 (B10, Mon) Li, Jiantong ................................. 1575 (H4, Wed) Li, Jie ................ 1176 (E6, Wed), 1309 (G1, Mon) Li, Juchuan ....................................1239 (F1, Thu) Li, Lian-jie .......................................845 (D1, Tue) Li, Linsong .................................... 1829 (J2, Thu) Li, Meixian ....................................1460 (H1, Tue) Li, Meng ......................................... 1758 (I4, Tue) Li, Na ............................................... 533 (B7, Tue) Li, Qin ............................................. 524 (B7, Tue) Li, Qingfeng ...................................348 (B2, Wed) Li, Ruying ........................................ 505 (B7, Tue) Li, Shang ......................................... 174 (B1, Tue) Li, Shibin ........................................977 (E2, Mon) Li, Suiqiong .................................... 1806 (J1, Tue) Li, Tsug-Han ................................. 1068 (E3, Wed) Li, Wei-Jen . .................................... 898 (D1, Thu) Li, Wenjie ....................................... 1741 (I3, Tue) Li, wenpo ....................................... 1789 (I5, Tue) Li, Wentao ....................................... 163 (B1, Tue) Li, Xiang . ........................................ 951 (E1, Tue) Li, Xianguo .............. 537 (B7, Tue), 559 (B7, Tue) Li, Xiaofang . ...............................1487 (H2, Mon) Li, Xiaohong ............................... 1330 (G3, Wed)

Li, XiaoXia .................................... 762 (B12, Tue) Li, Xiaoxia ..................................... 760 (B12, Tue) Li, Xiaxi . .............. 534 (B7, Tue), 709 (B11, Wed) Li, Xuesong ..................................1182 (E7, Mon) Li, Y.H. . ...........................................246 (B1, Thu) Li, Yan .......................................... 1072 (E3, Wed) Li, Ying ......................................... 1074 (E3, Wed) Li, Yongjian ..................................... 384 (B3, Tue) Li, Yongjun . ............... 95 (A2, Tue), 96 (A2, Tue), ...................................97 (A2, Tue), 116 (A2, Thu) Li, Yu .............................................1436 (G5, Tue) Li, Yudong ......... 1072 (E3, Wed), 1075 (E3, Wed) Li, Yuliang .................. 95 (A2, Tue), 96 (A2, Tue), ...................................97 (A2, Tue), 116 (A2, Thu) Li, Yun-Shan . ............................... 1231 (F1, Wed) Li, Zhilin ............. 290 (B2, Mon), 1420 (G5, Tue) Li-Pook-Than, Andrew ................1504 (H3, Mon) Lian, Keryn K...........60 (A1, Mon), 302 (B2, Tue), ........................................................388 (B3, Wed) Liang, Richard ........ 518 (B7, Tue), 751 (B12, Tue) Liang, Yan ............... 333 (B2, Tue), 544 (B7, Tue), .............................. 545 (B7, Tue), 1322 (G3, Tue), ............................1323 (G3, Tue), 1324 (G3, Tue), ................................1716 (I1, Tue), 1718 (I1, Tue) Liang, Zhenhai ..............................1319 (G1, Tue) Liao, Albert . ..................................1546 (H4, Tue) Liao, Jianhui . .................................348 (B2, Wed) Liao, Shao-Hong .............................843 (C3, Tue) Liao, Shengzhou ............................. 946 (E1, Tue) Liao, Shiguo ................................... 1789 (I5, Tue) Liao, Xiao-Zhen .............................215 (B1, Wed) Liaw, B. Y. ............... 238 (B1, Thu), 363 (B3, Tue), .............................. 387 (B3, Wed), 392 (B3, Wed), ........ 408 (B4, Tue), 442 (B4, Thu), 480 (B6, Wed) Licht, Stuart ................................. 1341 (G3, Thu) Lichtenwalner, Dan ........................ 939 (E1, Tue) Licoccia, Silvia . ...... 325 (B2, Tue), 695 (B11, Tue) Lieb, Meghan ..................................602 (B7, Thu) Liedtke, Moritz ..............................1494 (H2, Tue) Lien, Feng-Ching ...........................1276 (F2, Tue) Lieu, Valerie H................................477 (B6, Wed), .............................. 1848 (J2, Thu), 1833 (J2, Thu) Ligatchev, Valeri . ... 126 (A2, Thu), 1533 (H3, Tue) Lightcap, Ian .................................1645 (H9, Tue) Ligneel, Eric . ............................... 639 (B10, Mon) Lim, Borami .................................... 541 (B7, Tue) Lim, Hanna ...................................1555 (H4, Tue) Lim, Koeng-Su . ............................. 1161 (E6, Tue) Lim, Sang Kyoo ................................. 88 (A2, Tue) Lim, Seongyop .............................1427 (G5, Tue), .............................1428 (G5, Tue), 1434 (G5, Tue) Lim, SunHye ................................... 194 (B1, Tue) Lim, Tae-Hoon ........44 (A1, Mon), 330 (B2, Tue), ..... 541 (B7, Tue), 542 (B7, Tue), 1397 (G5, Mon), .............................1410 (G5, Tue), 1435 (G5, Tue) Lim, Wantae .................................. 1155 (E6, Tue) Limmer, Steven J..... 157 (B1, Mon), 310 (B2, Tue) Limon-Petersen, Juan G. .............. 1732 (I3, Mon) Lin, Andrew S. . .............................. 1759 (I4, Tue) Lin, Chao-Sung ......36 (A1, Mon), 121 (A2, Thu), ............................... 898 (D1, Thu), 1264 (F2, Tue) Lin, Chen-Han ................................ 957 (E1, Tue) Lin, Chen-Hsi . ............................. 1018 (E2, Wed) Lin, Chia-Feng ..... 1164 (E6, Tue), 1165 (E6, Tue) Lin, Chih Yuan . ............................ 150 (B1, Mon) Lin, Chih-Ting .............................1122 (E5, Mon) Lin, Chun-Min .............................. 1164 (E6, Tue) Lin, Dennis .................................. 1208 (E7, Wed) Lin, Hsi-Chen . ........ 45 (A1, Mon), 840 (C3, Tue) Lin, Hsiao-Wei . .............................. 130 (A2, Thu) Lin, Jie-Yuan . ................................ 693 (B11, Tue) Lin, Jing-Jenn ........ 1003 (E2, Tue), 1812 (J1, Tue) Lin, Jun .......................................1406 (G5, Mon) Lin, Meng-Han ............................. 1018 (E2, Wed) Lin, Ming-Shiou ............................ 1165 (E6, Tue) Lin, Pang ......................................... 536 (B7, Tue) Lin, Ping-Chun .............................. 1788 (I5, Tue) Lin, ShengHao ............................. 1204 (E7, Wed) Lin, Wen-Yi .....................................792 (C1, Tue)

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Lin, Wen-Yuan .............................. 492 (B7, Mon) Lin, Yan-Gu ....................................467 (B5, Wed) Lin, Yi ................... 798 (C1, Wed), 800 (C1, Wed) Lin, Yi-Shiu ...................................1236 (F1, Thu) Lin, You-Yuan ................................. 58 (A1, Mon) Lin, Yu-Hung . ................................. 82 (A1, Mon) Lin, Yu-Kai . ....................................467 (B5, Wed) Lin, Yu-ming ...... 1179 (E7, Mon), 1184 (E7, Mon) Lin, Yu-Sheng .................................220 (B1, Wed) Lin, Yueh C.................................... 1163 (E6, Tue) Lin, Yung-Hao ..............................1140 (E6, Mon) Lin, Yunghsuan ............................... 202 (B1, Tue) Lin, Zenyu ..................................... 1844 (J2, Thu) Lindell, Linda .............................. 1660 (H9, Wed) Lindner, Johannes . ......................... 929 (E1, Tue) Lindstrom, Ulf . ............................... 394 (B4, Tue) Linke, Sebastian ............................1820 (J1, Wed) Linthicum, Kevin .......................... 1145 (E6, Tue) Liow, T. Y. .......................................914 (E1, Mon) Liska, Alan . ................................... 828 (C2, Mon) Lisker, Marco ................................. 1133 (E5, Tue) Little, Daniel .................................. 814 (C2, Sun) Little, Jim ........................................781 (C1, Tue) Liu, Boyang .................................. 1072 (E3, Wed) Liu, Chao .................................... 1577 (H4, Wed) Liu, Chin-Li . ................................1118 (E5, Mon) Liu, Chung-Chiun ......................... 1805 (J1, Tue) Liu, Fangyang . ............................. 1176 (E6, Wed) Liu, Fupin .................................... 1603 (H5, Wed) Liu, Gang .......................................... 93 (A2, Tue) Liu, Gao . ........................................211 (B1, Wed) Liu, Guangjuan .............................. 903 (D1, Thu) Liu, Han-Wan . ................................ 59 (A1, Mon) Liu, Hansan ......... 289 (B2, Mon), 488 (B7, Mon), ......................................................... 509 (B7, Tue) Liu, Hao . ......................................... 505 (B7, Tue) Liu, Hongtao .................................1322 (G3, Tue) Liu, Hongyun ................................ 1837 (J2, Thu) Liu, Huaiyou .................................1311 (G1, Tue) Liu, Huibiao ............... 95 (A2, Tue), 96 (A2, Tue), .................................. 97 (A2, Tue), 116 (A2, Thu) Liu, Jianfei ....................................1250 (F2, Mon) Liu, Jianfeng . ................................. 1683 (I1, Tue) Liu, Jie ......................................... 1564 (H4, Wed) Liu, Juan .......................................1090 (E4, Mon) Liu, Jun . .......................................... 366 (B3, Tue) Liu, Kou-Chen . ..............................982 (E2, Mon) Liu, Li-Der ...............36 (A1, Mon), 121 (A2, Thu) Liu, Louis W..................................1033 (E3, Mon) Liu, Lu ...........................................1460 (H1, Tue) Liu, Meilin . .......... 534 (B7, Tue), 709 (B11, Wed) Liu, Mingfei . ................................709 (B11, Wed) Liu, Peng ..................................... 1385 (G4, Wed) Liu, Qiang ..................................... 679 (B11, Tue) Liu, Ru-Shi . ................................... 894 (D1, Wed) Liu, Shi-Bin ........... 309 (B2, Tue), 1319 (G1, Tue) Liu, Xianjie ................................. 1660 (H9, Wed) Liu, Xiaorong ................................ 152 (B1, Mon) Liu, Xiaoxia ................................. 1580 (H4, Wed) Liu, Xingbo ............... 166 (B1, Tue), 266 (B1, Fri) Liu, Yexiang . .... 1176 (E6, Wed), 1309 (G1, Mon) Liu, Yihua ......................................1232 (F1, Thu) Liu, Yongxun . .............................. 1015 (E2, Wed) Liu, Yu Wei ..................................... 911 (D1, Thu) Liu, Yung-Fang ............................. 1767 (I5, Mon) Liu, Zengcai . ................................ 1218 (F1, Wed) Liu, Zengcai . ..................................463 (B5, Wed) Liu, Zhen .......................................1595 (H5, Tue) Liu, Zhengwei ................................1258 (F2, Tue) Liu, Zhiying . ............................... 1575 (H4, Wed) Liu, Zhong-Sheng . ..........................744 (B11, Fri) Liu, Zhong-Sheng . .......................... 509 (B7, Tue) Liu, Ziyang ......1602 (H5, Wed), 1608 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Llanes-Payas, Anna .....................1489 (H2, Mon) Llewellyn, J. A..................................790 (C1, Tue) Lo, Chun C..................................... 1167 (E6, Tue) Lo, Guo-Qiang ...............................914 (E1, Mon) Lo, Jen-Chieh .................................. 567 (B7, Tue)

Lo, Wan-Chi . ................................1236 (F1, Thu) Lockwood, D.J. .............................1082 (E4, Mon) Loebl, Andrew J.................................. 4 (A1, Mon) Loh, Wei Yip ..................................913 (E1, Mon) Long, Jeffrey W..............................591 (B7, Wed), ........................... 633 (B10, Mon), 752 (B12, Tue), ...................................................... 1589 (H4, Thu) Long, Rathnait ................................ 989 (E2, Tue) Loo, Boon . ..................................... 1708 (I1, Tue) Loo, R. ............................................. 987 (E2, Tue) Lopez, Gabriel ................................429 (B4, Wed) López Cabezas, Ana .................... 1575 (H4, Wed) Losiewicz, Bozena .......................... 1695 (I1, Tue) Lottin, Olivier ...............................1415 (G5, Tue) Lottin, Olivier ...............................1445 (G5, Tue) Lou, Xiaoyuan . ............................709 (B11, Wed) Louault, Cyril ............................... 1725 (I3, Mon) Louie, Mary .......................................279 (B1, Fri) Lour, Wen-Shiung .......................... 1828 (J2, Tue) Lovelock, Kevin . .......................... 1726 (I3, Mon) Low, Tony . ...................................1201 (E7, Mon) Low, YeeHooi ......... 919 (E1, Mon), 936 (E1, Tue) Low, Yian Wei .......... 963 (E1, Tue), 969 (E1, Tue) Lowe, Troy A................................... 904 (D1, Thu) Lu, Brian . ........................................ 929 (E1, Tue) Lu, Chia-Ying ................................ 645 (B10, Tue) Lu, Chun-Wei . ................................ 50 (A1, Mon) Lu, Jia G......................................... 1175 (E6, Wed) Lu, Li ..............................................227 (B1, Wed) Lu, Qing-Bin . ...............................1043 (E3, Mon) Lu, Suzy ........................................... 543 (B7, Tue) Lu, Xiaochuan . ............................... 371 (B3, Tue) Lu, Yang-Ming . ..............................1276 (F2, Tue) Lu, Yi-An ....................................... 1147 (E6, Tue) Lu, Yi-Chen ..................................... 311 (B2, Tue) Lu, Yicheng .................................. 1173 (E6, Wed) Lu, Yunxiang ................................. 687 (B11, Tue) Lü, Zhe ..........................................723 (B11, Thu) Lu, Zijie ................173 (B1, Tue), 1288 (F2, Wed), ........................................................1676 (I1, Sun) Luca, Victor .................................1307 (G1, Mon) Lucas, Chris . ................................ 1216 (F1, Wed) Lucas, Christopher ......................... 1756 (I4, Tue) Luckarift, Heather .....28 (A1, Mon), 417 (B4, Tue), .......429 (B4, Wed), 434 (B4, Wed), 453 (B4, Thu) Ludvik, Jiri . ................................... 828 (C2, Mon) Ludwig, Alfred . ............................... 341 (B2, Tue) Ludwig, Roland ...... 400 (B4, Tue), 455 (B4, Thu), .........................................................784 (C1, Tue) Lui, Harvey . .................................1044 (E3, Mon) Lui, Harvey . ...... 1038 (E3, Mon), 1058 (E3, Tue), ....................................................... 1059 (E3, Tue) Lui, Harvey . .................................1037 (E3, Mon) Lukes, Vladimir .............................. 1753 (I4, Tue) Lukitsch, Michael . ..........................241 (B1, Thu) Lumpkin, Gregory ......................1307 (G1, Mon) Lundstrom, Ingemar ...................1628 (H8, Mon) Lundstrom, Mark .........................1201 (E7, Mon) Luo, Jing-Li . ........ 685 (B11, Tue), 693 (B11, Tue), ........................... 896 (D1, Wed), 1295 (G1, Mon) Luo, Kan .......................................... 159 (B1, Tue) Luo, Kan ...................................... 1339 (G3, Wed) Luo, Wen-Ben .............................. 1031 (E2, Wed) Luo, Zhixun ................................... 1708 (I1, Tue) Lust, Enn ............... 217 (B1, Wed), 300 (B2, Tue), .............................. 342 (B2, Wed), 343 (B2, Wed), ................................ 344 (B2, Wed), 563 (B7, Tue) Lust, Karmen ..................................217 (B1, Wed) Luther, Erik .................................. 1345 (G3, Thu) Lutz, Barry ..................................... 1848 (J2, Thu) Lutz, Barry R. . ............................... 1833 (J2, Thu) Luzinov, Igor ................................. 286 (B2, Mon) Lv, Hao-Jie ..................................... 138 (B1, Mon) Lv, Jing .............................................. 97 (A2, Tue) Lv, Shiyin ......................................1311 (G1, Tue) Lv, Xiaojun . ................................1309 (G1, Mon) Lvov, Serguei N............................ 1334 (G3, Wed) Lvova, Larisa ...............................1623 (H8, Mon) Lyashenko, Oleg . ..........................1535 (H3, Tue)

Lycke, Derek . ..................................609 (B7, Thu) Lyding, Joseph .............................. 1197 (E7, Tue) Lynch, Matthew ..... 534 (B7, Tue), 709 (B11, Wed) Lyth, Stephen M............................... 503 (B7, Tue) Lyu, Hong-Kun .............................1648 (H9, Tue)

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Ma, Beihai ..................................... 687 (B11, Tue) Ma, Sang-Bok ................................ 281 (B2, Mon) Ma, Zi-Feng ............ 215 (B1, Wed), 461 (B5, Tue) Maalouf, Manale ............................ 1740 (I3, Tue) Mabuchi, Katsumi . ........................ 1779 (I5, Tue) Macak, Jan . ..................................... 554 (B7, Tue) Macak, Jan M..................................346 (B2, Wed) Macalik, Michal .............................. 205 (B1, Tue) Macdonald, Digby ......................... 173 (B1, Tue), ............................889 (D1, Wed), 1288 (F2, Wed), ........................................................1676 (I1, Sun) MacDougall, Barry ......................... 181 (B1, Tue), ....................................................... 486 (B7, Mon) Machida, Masatake ........................983 (E2, Mon) Mackey, Mary .............................. 1609 (H5, Wed) Mackey, Mary A.............................1462 (H1, Tue), ........................... 1596 (H5, Tue), 1614 (H5, Wed) Mackeyev, Yuri ..............................1541 (H4, Tue) MacKinnon, Sean . ......................1394 (G5, Mon) MacLean, Brian ............................... 512 (B7, Tue) MacNeil, Dean ................................ 32 (A1, Mon) Macucci, Massimo . ....................... 1198 (E7, Tue) Maddahi, Mohammad Hosein . ...... 209 (B1, Tue) Maddela, Surender ......................... 897 (D1, Thu) Madden, John ...... 1703 (I1, Tue), 1814 (J1, Wed) Maeda, Yutaka . .... 1592 (H4, Thu), 1594 (H5, Tue) Maekawa, Hirofumi ...................... 829 (C2, Mon) Mäerkle, Wolfgang ........................ 645 (B10, Tue) Maes, Jan-Willem ............................ 931 (E1, Tue) Magasinski, Alexandre ..................218 (B1, Wed), ....................................................... 286 (B2, Mon) Maggini, Michele ........................1485 (H2, Mon) Magnus, Wim . .............................1181 (E7, Mon) Magnussen, Olaf .......................... 1774 (I5, Mon) Mahadik, Shruti ..........................1503 (H3, Mon) Mahmoodi, Niaz Mohammad ........849 (D1, Tue) Mahmoud, Abdelfattah ................ 658 (B10, Tue) Mahshid, Sahar S............................. 1689 (I1, Tue) Mahshid, Sara ................................ 131 (A2, Thu) Maier, Gerhard ............................1394 (G5, Mon) Maillard, Frédéric ...........................571 (B7, Wed) Mainka, Julia .................................1415 (G5, Tue) Majedi, Fatemeh Sadat . ...............1432 (G5, Tue), ...................................................... 1591 (H4, Thu) Majedi, Fatemeh Sadat . .................105 (A2, Wed) Majhi, Prashant . ............................913 (E1, Mon) Majhi, Prashant . .......................... 1204 (E7, Wed) Majumdar, Amlan ........................... 933 (E1, Tue) Majumder, Sarmita ........................112 (A2, Wed) Majumder, Sumit ......................... 1066 (E3, Wed) Makarem, Somayeh ........................797 (C1, Tue) Makel, D. B. . ................................. 1156 (E6, Tue) Maki, Shojiro A.............................. 822 (C2, Mon) Makihara, Katsunori ....................... 962 (E1, Tue) Makino, Hisao .............................. 1073 (E3, Wed) Maldonado, Libeth .......................1445 (G5, Tue) Malek, Kourosh ..... 49 (A1, Mon), 569 (B7, Wed), .........................1299 (G1, Mon), 1401 (G5, Mon) Malek, Kourosh .............................. 1738 (I3, Tue) Malek, Kourosh ...............................623 (B7, Thu) Malhotra, Ruchika ........................ 1837 (J2, Thu) Mali, Amin ....................................738 (B11, Thu) Maligaspe, Eranda .........................1649 (H9, Tue) Malik, Rahul . .............................. 624 (B10, Mon) Mallory, Jennifer ............................ 814 (C2, Sun) Mallouki, Mohamed ..................... 746 (B12, Tue) Malysheva, Oxana ....................... 1584 (H4, Thu) Manasansodi, Jisha ....199 (B1, Tue), 200 (B1, Tue) Mandal, Braja K. . ............................ 159 (B1, Tue) Mändar, Hugo ................................. 42 (A1, Mon) Mandoj, Federica ........................1623 (H8, Mon) Mani, Ana ........... 500 (B7, Mon), 1441 (G5, Tue) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada


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Manias, Evangelos . ...................... 1288 (F2, Wed) Manias, Evangelos . .. 173 (B1, Tue), 1676 (I1, Sun) Maniquiz, Meriel . ......................... 1107 (E4, Tue) Manivannan, A. ............................ 141 (B1, Mon) Manivannan, Ayyakkannu ............. 166 (B1, Tue) Manke, Ingo .................................... 171 (B1, Tue) Mann, Jay Adin ............................1240 (F2, Mon) Mannam, Raja S..............................1275 (F2, Tue) Mano, Nicolas .................................452 (B4, Thu) Manolova, Mila ............................1249 (F2, Mon) Mansoor, Hadi . ............................. 1051 (E3, Tue) Mantha, Saroja ..............................1557 (H4, Tue) Manthiram, Arumugam . ........... 625 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 652 (B10, Tue) Mantl, Siegfried . ............................. 944 (E1, Tue) Manu, R. . .......................................1272 (F2, Tue) Manzo, Michelle ............................. 296 (B2, Tue) Maran, Flavio ................................. 805 (C2, Sun) Marandi, Margus ...........................1534 (H3, Tue) Maranzana, Gaël ...........................1415 (G5, Tue) Marcaccio, Massimo . ....................1468 (H1, Tue) Marchiori, Chiara . ....................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Marcinkoski, Jason .......................... 169 (B1, Tue) Marconcini, Paolo ......................... 1198 (E7, Tue) Marcus, Philippe ............................ 1783 (I5, Tue) Marczewski, Maciej ......................... 297 (B2, Tue) Maric, Radenka ...............................616 (B7, Thu) Maric, Radenka ..... 580 (B7, Wed), 599 (B7, Wed) Marin, Mariana ...............................836 (C3, Tue) Marinescu, Virgil . ...........................795 (C1, Tue) Marinha, Daniel ...........................708 (B11, Wed) Marinkovic, Nebojsa ...................... 1758 (I4, Tue) Marinov, Ognian . ........................ 1066 (E3, Wed) Marken, Frank ....... 1680 (I1, Sun), 1699 (I1, Tue) Markevich, Elena ............................ 360 (B3, Tue) Markiewicz, Matthew . ....................607 (B7, Thu) Markley, Tracey .....876 (D1, Wed), 905 (D1, Thu) Markovic, Nenad . .........................592 (B7, Wed), ...................................................... 1216 (F1, Wed) Markovic, Nenad M....................... 1755 (I4, Tue), ........................................................ 1756 (I4, Tue) Markovsky, Boris .... 137 (B1, Mon), 147 (B1, Mon) Marks, William . ............................1539 (H4, Tue) Markum, Craig ...............................472 (B5, Wed) Marom, Rotem ................................ 164 (B1, Tue) Maroun, Fouad . ............................1233 (F1, Thu) Marsal, Lluis F......1071 (E3, Wed), 1088 (E4, Mon) Marschilok, Amy C....................... 282 (B2, Mon), ........................... 637 (B10, Mon), 755 (B12, Tue), .........................................................783 (C1, Tue) Marshall, Andrew . ....................... 1027 (E2, Wed) Marshall, Paul .............................1504 (H3, Mon) Mártil, Igancio ................................ 954 (E1, Tue) Martín, N. ...................................1476 (H2, Mon) Martín, Nazario .....1459 (H1, Tue), 1494 (H2, Tue) Martín, Nazario ...........................1478 (H2, Mon) Martín-Martínez, Jarvier ................. 992 (E2, Tue) Martínez, Baldemar . ......................853 (D1, Tue), .........................................................866 (D1, Tue) Martínez, Claudia ...........................853 (D1, Tue) Martínez, Claudia ...........................866 (D1, Tue) Martínez-Casillas, Diana C............. 197 (B1, Tue), ......................................................... 557 (B7, Tue) Martínez Villafañe, J. F. .................1314 (G1, Tue) Martens, Koen ................................. 987 (E2, Tue) Martha, Surendra K. ...................... 147 (B1, Mon) Martin, Georgianna L..................... 403 (B4, Tue), ......................................................... 413 (B4, Tue) Martin, Heidi B. ..............................780 (C1, Tue) Martin, Manuel .............................. 1695 (I1, Tue) Martin, Phil ...........876 (D1, Wed), 905 (D1, Thu) Martin, Samuel . ........................... 1027 (E2, Wed) Martin, Steve W.............................735 (B11, Thu) Martin-Gomis, Luis ....................1488 (H2, Mon), .....................................................1622 (H8, Mon) Martinez-Ferrero, Eugenia . ..........1088 (E4, Mon) Maruyama, Toru . ..............................278 (B1, Fri) Marvel, Eleizer . ..............................464 (B5, Wed) Masahara, Meishoku .................... 1015 (E2, Wed)

Masarapu, Charan . ...................... 1587 (H4, Thu) Mascher, P. ........... 340 (B2, Tue), 1081 (E4, Mon) Mascher, Peter ..............................1083 (E4, Mon) Mashio, Tetsuya .........................1401 (G5, Mon), .....................................................1407 (G5, Mon) Maslenikova, Juliya ........................... 3 (A1, Mon) Mast, Pete ...................................... 875 (D1, Wed) Mastro, Michael ..... 1146 (E6, Tue), 1149 (E6, Tue) Masuda, Hideki ........................... 1667 (H9, Wed) Masuda, Takuya ..... 1644 (H9, Tue), 1746 (I4, Tue) Matano, Yoshihiro .....................1474 (H2, Mon), .......................................................1640 (H9, Tue) Matei, Elena .............86 (A2, Tue), 1162 (E6, Tue) Mathe, Mkhulu ........................... 1662 (H9, Wed) Mathew, Bobby ...............................796 (C1, Tue) Matsubara, Eiichiro ........................ 115 (A2, Thu) Matsubara, Kazuki . ..................... 1665 (H9, Wed) Matsubara, Kenji ............................. 13 (A1, Mon) Matsubayashi, Katsuyuki ............. 501 (B7, Mon), ......................................................... 502 (B7, Tue) Matsuda, Motofumi ........................ 328 (B2, Tue) Matsue, Tomokazu M..................... 1844 (J2, Thu) Matsui, Masaki ...............................225 (B1, Wed) Matsukawa, Takashi ..................... 1015 (E2, Wed) Matsuki, Takeo ...... 918 (E1, Mon), 930 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 993 (E2, Tue) Matsumoto, Futoshi . .....................469 (B5, Wed) Matsumoto, Hiroshige .................. 678 (B11, Tue) Matsumoto, Kazuya ..................... 1588 (H4, Thu) Matsumoto, Kouichi ...................... 810 (C2, Sun) Matsumoto, Ryuhei ........................ 401 (B4, Tue) Matsumura, Kei ............................ 1113 (E4, Wed) Matsumura, Michio ......................1318 (G1, Tue) Matsuo, Motoyuki . ......................707 (B11, Wed) Matsushima, Hisayoshi . .............. 1774 (I5, Mon) Matsuura, Tohru ........................... 1060 (E3, Tue) Matsuzawa, Koichi ....................... 490 (B7, Mon), ....................................................... 496 (B7, Mon) Matthews, Dennis ......................... 1052 (E3, Tue) Maune, Hareem T. . ..................... 1566 (H4, Wed) Maurice, Vincent ........................... 1783 (I5, Tue) Mausolf, Edward .........................1294 (G1, Mon) Mauzeroll, J. .......... 65 (A1, Mon), 1765 (I4, Wed) Mawdsley, Jennifer . ......................1439 (G5, Tue) Mayer, Dieter . ...1248 (F2, Mon), 1251 (F2, Mon) Mayes, Richard . ............................1537 (H3, Tue) Mayorshin, Alexander ................... 1690 (I1, Tue) Mayrhofer, Karl J........................... 1221 (F1, Wed) Mayuzumi, Satoru . ........................916 (E1, Mon) Mazej, Zoran ...............................1482 (H2, Mon) McArdle, Timothy . ......................1184 (E7, Mon) McBride, Diane .............................1368 (G4, Tue) McCall, Scott ................................. 1094 (E4, Tue) McCrabb, Heather . ..........................266 (B1, Fri), ..................................................... 1578 (H4, Wed) McCreery, Richard ......................... 1739 (I3, Tue) McCreery, Richard L........................108 (A2, Wed) McDevitt, Michael ........................1538 (H4, Tue) McDonald, Michael B....................1450 (G5, Tue) McDonald, Timothy J.................... 700 (B11, Tue) McDonnell, Stephen ....................1202 (E7, Mon) McDonough, James ..................... 1586 (H4, Thu) McDowell, Matthew ....................... 367 (B3, Tue) McElwee-White, Lisa . .................... 964 (E1, Tue), ......................................................1124 (E5, Mon) McEntyre, Harmony ..................... 1048 (E3, Tue) McGregor, Kathie ........................ 1387 (G4, Wed) McHenry, Michael ...................... 1568 (H4, Wed) McHugh, John ............................... 114 (A2, Thu) McKee, James ............................... 1027 (E2, Wed) McKenna, Keith ...........................1085 (E4, Mon) McKenzie, Jennifer . ...................... 1845 (J2, Thu) McKittrick, Joanna ....................... 1110 (E4, Tue), ....................................................... 1160 (E6, Tue) McKngiht, Timothy .................... 1565 (H4, Wed) McLean, David ............................1037 (E3, Mon), ......................................................1038 (E3, Mon) McLean, David .............................. 1059 (E3, Tue) McNeill, David ......... 936 (E1, Tue), 946 (E1, Tue)

McNeill, David ......... 963 (E1, Tue), 969 (E1, Tue) McNicholas, Thomas .................. 1564 (H4, Wed) McWilliams, Annette ...................1035 (E3, Mon) Mebane, David ................................ 534 (B7, Tue) Mecheri, Barbara ............................. 325 (B2, Tue) Medard, Christelle ........................1765 (I4, Wed) Medina, Anais .............................1486 (H2, Mon) Medina, Anais .............................1632 (H8, Mon) Meek, Scott . .................................1092 (E4, Mon) Meethong, Nonglak ...................... 136 (B1, Mon) Megiatto, Jackson D., Jr., . ...........1451 (H1, Tue), .......................................................1636 (H8, Tue) Meguid, Shaker .............................. 119 (A2, Thu) Meillot, Erick . ............................. 663 (B11, Mon) Meindl, James D. . ........................1180 (E7, Mon) Meinhardt, Kerry ............................ 371 (B3, Tue) Meléndez, Angel ...........................1375 (G4, Tue) Meléndez, Angel M........................1369 (G4, Tue) Meldrum, A. ................................. 1115 (E4, Wed) Melechko, Anatoli V.................... 1565 (H4, Wed) Mellgren, Niklas ..............................256 (B1, Thu) Melnik, Juri ....... 685 (B11, Tue), 1295 (G1, Mon) Menard, Lise . ..................................607 (B7, Thu) Menningen, Ken ...........................1325 (G3, Tue) Mentek, Romain ..........................1087 (E4, Mon) Mercado, Brandon Q......................... 3 (A1, Mon), .........................1602 (H5, Wed), 1608 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Mercier, Patrick ............................. 486 (B7, Mon) Meredith, Matthew ........................450 (B4, Thu), .........................................................838 (C3, Tue) Merzougui, Belabbes .....................1438 (G5, Tue) Meshkov, Andrey ...........................229 (B1, Wed) Meszaros, A. ...................................917 (E1, Mon) Methekar, Ravi N............................249 (B1, Thu), .............................393 (B3, Wed), 1242 (F2, Mon) Metikos-Hukovic, Mirjana ............1273 (F2, Tue), ........................................................1274 (F2, Tue) Metiu, Horia ................................... 1786 (I5, Tue) Meulenberg, Robert ...................... 1094 (E4, Tue) Meuris, Marc ........987 (E2, Tue), 1205 (E7, Wed), ...................................................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Meyer, Robert .................................. 341 (B2, Tue) Meyerhoff, Mark E......................... 767 (C1, Mon) Meyers, J. . ........... 18 (A1, Mon), 1300 (G1, Mon) Meza, Doralice ...............................589 (B7, Wed) Mezour, Amine . .............................. 65 (A1, Mon) Mezour, Mohamed Amine ............1765 (I4, Wed) Mho, Sun-il ............. 318 (B2, Tue), 320 (B2, Tue), ...............................351 (B2, Wed), 1103 (E4, Tue) Mi, Zetian . ................................... 1114 (E4, Wed) Miara, Lincoln . ...............................615 (B7, Thu) Michael, Joseph . .......................... 1277 (F2, Wed) Michel, Marc ................................. 294 (B2, Mon) Michelbacher, Chris .......................392 (B3, Wed) Michelbacher, Chris J. . ...................238 (B1, Thu) Michetti, Paolo . ............................ 1198 (E7, Tue) Middlemiss, Derek S. . ................. 661 (B11, Mon) Miecznikowski, Krzysztof .............435 (B4, Wed), ........................................................596 (B7, Wed) Mierzwa, Bogusław ....................... 291 (B2, Mon) Mihailovskaya, Zoya ................... 662 (B11, Mon) Mikkelsen, Susan R. ........................785 (C1, Tue) Mikołajczuk, Anna ........................ 291 (B2, Mon) Milanov, Andrian P.......................... 341 (B2, Tue) Militzer, Matthias . ....................... 1278 (F2, Wed) Milkova, V . ................................... 887 (D1, Wed) Miller, Cheryl ..............................1297 (G1, Mon) Miller, Daniel ................................ 485 (B7, Mon) Miller, Daniel J............................... 483 (B7, Mon) Miller, Hamish A............................1430 (G5, Tue) Miller, Jan . ....................................1371 (G4, Tue) Miller, Ryan . ................................. 1014 (B2, Tue) Miller, Ted ..................................... 644 (B10, Tue) Milleville, Chris ............................ 755 (B12, Tue) Millhuff, J. .....................................1439 (G5, Tue) Milojevic, Marko ............................. 937 (E1, Tue) Milojevic, Marko ............................. 940 (E1, Tue) Milstein, Lisa S................................. 942 (E1, Tue)

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Min, HongSeok .............................. 912 (D1, Thu) Min, Myoungki .............................1417 (G5, Tue) Miners, James H. ........................... 147 (B1, Mon) Mineshige, Atsushi . ....................... 531 (B7, Tue), .............................. 697 (B11, Tue), 698 (B11, Tue) Minh, Nguyen . ...............................741 (B11, Fri) Minniti, Marina ..........................1477 (H2, Mon) Minteer, Shelley ............................. 27 (A1, Mon), ................................. 402 (B4, Tue), 403 (B4, Tue), ..........406 (B4, Tue), 409 (B4, Tue), 413 (B4, Tue), ..........414 (B4, Tue), 415 (B4, Tue), 419 (B4, Tue), ......... 446 (B4, Thu), 458 (B4, Thu), 523 (B7, Tue) Miranda, Rodolfo ........................1477 (H2, Mon) Mirfakhrai, Tissa ...........................1814 (J1, Wed) Mirkhalaf, Fakhradin .................... 489 (B7, Mon) Mirkova, Lidia ................................. 324 (B2, Tue) Mirodatos, Claude . .......................466 (B5, Wed), ....................................................... 691 (B11, Tue) Mirodatos, Claude . ....................... 686 (B11, Tue) Mirza Rosca, Julia Claudi ...............794 (C1, Tue), .........................................................855 (D1, Tue) Misawa, Hiroaki .......................... 1663 (H9, Wed) Misiewicz, Jan .... 1086 (E4, Mon), 1097 (E4, Tue) Misra, D. . ...................................... 1000 (E2, Tue) Misra, Veena . .................................. 939 (E1, Tue) Misran, Halina ............................... 127 (A2, Thu) Missan, Harinder Pal Singh ..........1433 (G5, Tue) Missert, Nancy ............................... 1781 (I5, Tue) Mistry, Kevin ...............................1514 (H3, Mon) Mita, Hiroki . .......... 396 (B4, Tue), 439 (B4, Wed) Mitard, Jerome ............................ 1205 (E7, Wed), ...................................................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Mitard, Jerome ................................ 987 (E2, Tue) Mitchell, Neil ......... 919 (E1, Mon), 936 (E1, Tue) Mitchell, Neil S.......... 963 (E1, Tue), 969 (E1, Tue) Mitchell, Reginald . ..................... 1337 (G3, Wed) Mitlin, David . ................................599 (B7, Wed) Mitsudo, Koichi .... 818 (C2, Mon), 819 (C2, Mon) Mitsushima, Shigenori ................. 490 (B7, Mon), ....................................................... 496 (B7, Mon) Mittal, Surbhi .................................. 933 (E1, Tue) Miyake, Takeo ................................. 398 (B4, Tue) Miyashita, Erina ...........................707 (B11, Wed) Miyashita, Tomofumi .................. 694 (B11, Tue), ........................................................1270 (F2, Tue) Miyata, Seizo ......... 501 (B7, Mon), 502 (B7, Tue), ......................................................... 503 (B7, Tue) Miyazaki, Seiichi ............................. 962 (E1, Tue) Miyazaki, Takeshi .......................... 829 (C2, Mon) Miyoshi, Shogo ............................. 683 (B11, Tue) Mizorogi, Naomi ..........................1593 (H5, Tue), ........................... 1594 (H5, Tue), 1599 (H5, Wed) Mizuhata, Minoru .......................... 369 (B3, Tue), .............................. 653 (B10, Tue), 654 (B10, Tue) Mizukawa, Jun-ichi ...................... 818 (C2, Mon), ....................................................... 819 (C2, Mon) Mizusaki, Junichiro ....................... 678 (B11, Tue) Mizutani, Takashi . ........................1545 (H4, Tue) Mkwizu, Tumaini S...................... 1662 (H9, Wed) Moškon, Jože . ............................... 148 (B1, Mon) Mo, Shanshan ............................. 1654 (H9, Wed) Moats, Michael ...1371 (G4, Tue), 1378 (G4, Tue) Mochizuki, Kei ..............................1822 (J1, Wed) Moeller, Kevin D......803 (C2, Sun), 830 (C2, Mon) Moffat, T. P........ 1025 (E2, Wed), 1220 (F1, Wed), ...................................................... 1777 (I5, Mon) Moffat, Tomas P. . ......................... 1776 (I5, Mon) Mogensen, Mogens .....................711 (B11, Wed), ...........................715 (B11, Wed), 727 (B11, Thu), ..................................................... 1338 (G3, Wed) Mohajeri, Nahid . ..........................1424 (G5, Tue) Mohamedi, Mohamed ..................104 (A2, Wed), ........421 (B4, Tue), 595 (B7, Wed), 1502 (H3, Mon) Mohammadi Zahrani, E. . ............. 895 (D1, Wed) Mohammadi, Ali Asghar . ...............797 (C1, Tue) Mohammadi, Farzad ..................... 896 (D1, Wed) Mohanapriya, Subramanian .........1530 (H3, Tue) Mohanraj, John . ...........................1454 (H1, Tue) Mohd Zini, Faizul Akmal ............... 127 (A2, Thu)

Mohite, Dhairyashil . ..................1503 (H3, Mon) Mohnani, Stefan .........................1621 (H8, Mon) Mok, Felix ...................................1302 (G1, Mon) Mokkelbost, Tommy ........................270 (B1, Fri), ..................................................... 1388 (G4, Wed) Molla-Abbasi, Payam ....................1823 (J1, Wed) Möller, Priit ..................................... 563 (B7, Tue) Monaghan, Scott . .... 940 (E1, Tue), 989 (E2, Tue) Mondal, Debajyoti ......................... 1752 (I4, Tue) Monden, Ryuji .............................. 497 (B7, Mon) Monroe, Charles ............................347 (B2, Wed) Monroe, Clarke ............................. 1048 (E3, Tue) Monroy, Marcos ..........................1358 (G4, Mon) Montero-Ocampo, Cecilia ............1314 (G1, Tue) Montes, Ingrid ............................... 1706 (I1, Tue) Montgomery, John . ........................ 946 (E1, Tue) Montgomery, John . ........................ 969 (E1, Tue) Monti, Donato ............................1623 (H8, Mon) Montoya, Rodrigo ...........................867 (D1, Tue) Moon, Byung Kee ......................... 1105 (E4, Tue) Moon, Jin Hee ............................... 142 (B1, Mon) Moon, Jong-Ha ............................. 1159 (E6, Tue) Moon, Joo-Tae . ............................... 955 (E1, Tue) Moon, Kil-Won ............................ 1023 (E2, Wed) Moon, San ....................................... 184 (B1, Tue) Moon, Sungmo ...............................854 (D1, Tue) Mooney, Patricia ........................... 1157 (E6, Tue) Moore, Ana .................................1631 (H8, Mon) Moore, Thomas ...........................1631 (H8, Mon) Morante, Joan Ramon . ................... 547 (B7, Tue) Moreau, Eric ...................................464 (B5, Wed) Morein, Christine ......................... 749 (B12, Tue) Morell, Gerarso ............................... 208 (B1, Tue) Morgan, Dane .....583 (B7, Wed), 666 (B11, Mon) Mori, Yasushige .......................... 1652 (H9, Wed), ..................................................... 1669 (H9, Wed) Morin, Jean-Francois . .................1483 (H2, Mon) Morin, M. ........................................ 19 (A1, Mon) Morin, Mario . ...............................1765 (I4, Wed) Morin, Sylvie ................................ 1773 (I5, Mon) Morioka, Hiroyuki ........................ 287 (B2, Mon) Morita, Mizuho ............................ 1113 (E4, Wed) Moritz, Werner ..............................1820 (J1, Wed) Moriya, Shogo ....... 501 (B7, Mon), 502 (B7, Tue), ......................................................... 503 (B7, Tue) Morooka, Tetsu ........ 930 (E1, Tue), 993 (E2, Tue) Morozova, Maria V....................... 662 (B11, Mon) Morozovska, Anna ......................... 1785 (I5, Tue) Morris, Amanda ............................. 1734 (I3, Tue) Morris, Eric . ................................... 901 (D1, Thu) Mortensen, Jakob ........................ 668 (B11, Mon) Mortimer, J. Thomas .......................780 (C1, Tue) Mosa, Jadra . ...................................1678 (I1, Sun) Mosquera-Vargas, Edgar . ................ 208 (B1, Tue) Motomura, Riichi . .......................... 62 (A1, Mon) Motonobu, Murakami ..................1497 (H2, Tue) Moumene, Mouna .......................... 421 (B4, Tue) Moureau, Florian .......................... 757 (B12, Tue) Mozetic, Miran . ...........................1119 (E5, Mon) Muccillo, Eliana ............................722 (B11, Thu) Muccillo, Eliana N.......................... 696 (B11, Tue) Muccillo, Reginaldo ..................... 692 (B11, Tue), ....................................................... 696 (B11, Tue) Mueller, Alexander H.................... 1345 (G3, Thu) Muglali, Mutlu ............................. 1771 (I5, Mon) Muhamad, Ernee Noryana . ........... 540 (B7, Tue), .................................. 555 (B7, Tue), 560 (B7, Tue) Mui, David .....................................980 (E2, Mon) Mukerjee, Sanjeev ...................... 628 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 745 (B12, Tue) Mukerjee, Sanjeev ..... 176 (B1, Tue), 178 (B1, Tue), ........... 268 (B1, Fri), 407 (B4, Tue), 438 (B4, Wed) Mukherjee, Shiladitya ...................1416 (G5, Tue) Mukundan, R. ............................... 1790 (J1, Tue), ................................1794 (J1, Tue), 1795 (J1, Tue) Muldoon, John ....225 (B1, Wed), 1406 (G5, Mon) Mulik, Sudhir ..............................1503 (H3, Mon) Müller, Erich ................................. 688 (B11, Tue) Müller, Philipp .............................. 688 (B11, Tue)

Muller, Markus .............................1085 (E4, Mon) Mullet, Martine ...........................1358 (G4, Mon) Munakata, Hirokazu .................... 354 (B3, Mon), ................................ 356 (B3, Mon), 564 (B7, Tue) Munroe, Norman .......................... 881 (D1, Wed) Muraguchi, Masakazu ...................923 (E1, Mon), ......................................................... 962 (E1, Tue) Murakoshi, Kei ........................... 1659 (H9, Wed), ...................................................... 1769 (I5, Mon) Murali, Raghunath . .....................1180 (E7, Mon) Murali, Ramakrishna K.................1315 (G1, Tue), .......................................................1320 (G1, Tue) Muralidharan, Pandurangan ......... 185 (B1, Tue), ......................................................... 532 (B7, Tue) Muralidharan, Pandurangan .......... 184 (B1, Tue) Murari, N.M. ................................... 935 (E1, Tue) Murata, Yasujiro .......................... 1600 (H5, Wed) Murazawa, Naoki ........................ 1663 (H9, Wed) Murota, Tadatoshi ........................... 328 (B2, Tue) Murphy, Jeffrey N. ........................ 1831 (J2, Thu) Murthy, Arun Prasad ..................... 768 (C1, Mon) Murugan, A. Vadivel ................... 625 (B10, Mon) Murugesan, Sankaran ....................106 (A2, Wed) Musgrove, Amanda ........................ 26 (A1, Mon), ........................................................578 (B7, Wed) Mushiake, Katsuhiko ..................1305 (G1, Mon) Musiani, Marco ............................. 884 (D1, Wed) Musselman, Inga ...........................1525 (H3, Tue) Mustain, W. . ............68 (A1, Mon), 504 (B7, Tue) Muster, Tim ...........876 (D1, Wed), 905 (D1, Thu) Muthusamy, Hema ...381 (B3, Tue), 1810 (J1, Tue) Myers, Deborah J ..........................1439 (G5, Tue) Myung, Nosang V.....70 (A1, Mon), 71 (A1, Mon)

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Nabae, Yuta .................................. 501 (B7, Mon), .................................. 502 (B7, Tue), 503 (B7, Tue) Nabika, Hideki ............................. 1769 (I5, Mon) Nackley, Lloyd . ..............................477 (B6, Wed) Nafikova, Natalia ............................852 (D1, Tue) Nafria, Montserrat . ......................... 992 (E2, Tue) Nagabhirava, Bhaskar ................... 1187 (E7, Tue) Nagamine, Kuniaki ....................... 776 (C1, Mon) Nagao, Kazuki ............................. 670 (B11, Mon) Nagar, Margalit (Magi)...................1259 (F2, Tue), ...................................................... 1280 (F2, Wed) Nagase, Shigeru ........................... 1592 (H4, Thu), ............................1593 (H5, Tue), 1594 (H5, Tue), ..................................................... 1599 (H5, Wed) Nagase, Shigeru ........................... 1601 (H5, Wed) Nagashio, Kosuke ........................... 988 (E2, Tue), .................................. 991 (E2, Tue), 999 (E2, Tue) Nagasubramanian, Ganesan ...........235 (B1, Thu) Nagata, Kohki ...... 916 (E1, Mon), 983 (E2, Mon) Nagy, Kalman .................................1679 (I1, Sun) Nahm, Kee Suk . ...... 199 (B1, Tue), 200 (B1, Tue), ........ 422 (B4, Tue), 1426 (G5, Tue), 1449 (G5, Tue) Nair, Selvakumar ........................... 1093 (E4, Tue) Najafov, Hikmat ............................1558 (H4, Tue) Nakagawa, Kiyoharu ...................... 47 (A1, Mon), .......................................................1536 (H3, Tue) Nakagawa, Takaaki ......................... 396 (B4, Tue), ........................................................439 (B4, Wed) Nakagawa, Takashi .......................... 179 (B1, Tue) Nakagawa, Yumiko ....................... 818 (C2, Mon) Nakai, Hiromi ..............................1255 (F2, Mon) Nakajima, Yasuhiro ......................... 991 (E2, Tue) Nakamura, Ayaka ............................ 323 (B2, Tue) Nakamura, Genji . ........................... 928 (E1, Tue) Nakamura, Junji ............................1766 (I4, Wed) Nakamura, Shin-ichiro ...............1396 (G5, Mon) Nakanishi, Takeshi ........................1595 (H5, Tue) Nakanishi, Tatsuaki . ..................1625 (H8, Mon), .....................................................1635 (H8, Mon) Nakao, Motoi ...............................1139 (E6, Mon) Nakao, Takayuki . .. 531 (B7, Tue), 697 (B11, Tue), ....................................................... 698 (B11, Tue) Nakao, Yukihisa .............................. 949 (E1, Tue)

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Nakashima, Naotoshi . .................1465 (H1, Tue), ...................................................... 1588 (H4, Thu) Nakashima, Yuki ...........................725 (B11, Thu) Nam, DoHwan ................................ 377 (B3, Tue) Nanda, Jagjit .......644 (B10, Tue), 1289 (F2, Wed) Nandakumar, Pat .............................. 83 (A2, Tue) Nanjo, Masato . .............................. 806 (C2, Sun) Nanver, Lis ................................... 1215 (E7, Wed) Naohara, Hideo ..............................577 (B7, Wed) Narayan, Roger J. ............................789 (C1, Tue) Narayan, S. R......................................274 (B1, Fri) Narayanan, Vijay ..... 926 (E1, Tue), 927 (E1, Tue) Nardis, Sara .................................1623 (H8, Mon) Naruta, Yoshinori ........................1625 (H8, Mon) Narváez Villarrubia, Claudia W.......443 (B4, Thu) Naser, Mohamed A........................ 1064 (E3, Wed) Naslund, Lars-Ake ......................... 483 (B7, Mon) Nauer, Gerhard .............................1312 (G1, Tue) Naughton, Matthew ..................... 295 (B2, Mon) Nava, Dora P................................1361 (G4, Mon) Navaneethakrishnan, Sadayan .... 1340 (G3, Wed) Navessin, Titichai . ..........................623 (B7, Thu) Navessin, Titichai . ..........................616 (B7, Thu) Nazar, Linda ....... 626 (B10, Mon), 656 (B10, Tue) Neagu, Roberto ...............................616 (B7, Thu) Neagu, Roberto ..... 580 (B7, Wed), 599 (B7, Wed) Nealson, Ken ................................... 415 (B4, Tue) Nealson, Kenneth ..........................426 (B4, Wed) Nechev, Kamen ............................... 17 (A1, Mon) Nedev, Nicola .................................. 953 (E1, Tue) Negro, Enrico .................................. 507 (B7, Tue) Negrón, Yashira . ............................ 1826 (J2, Tue) Neitering, Ken ............................... 644 (B10, Tue) Nelson, Florence ........................... 1192 (E7, Tue) Nelson, Mark . ...... 493 (B7, Mon), 1790 (J1, Tue), ................................1794 (J1, Tue), 1795 (J1, Tue) Nelson, Thomas ............................. 1694 (I1, Tue) Nemes, Ákos . ................................1443 (G5, Tue) Nemoto, Yoshihiro . ........................ 997 (E2, Tue) Nesbitt, H. Wayne .......................1356 (G4, Mon) Neudeck, P.G. ................................ 1156 (E6, Tue) Neufeld, Aaron ............................... 904 (D1, Thu) Neuhold, Susanna ......................... 833 (C2, Mon) Neumann, Reinhard ........................ 86 (A2, Tue), ....................................................... 1162 (E6, Tue) Newbury, Joseph ............................. 933 (E1, Tue) Newman, Roger . .......................... 1230 (F1, Wed) Newton, Elizabeth J......................... 190 (B1, Tue) Neyerlin, K. .................................1402 (G5, Mon) Ngamsinlapasathian, Supachai . ....473 (B5, Wed) Ngoepe, Phuti E............................. 659 (B10, Tue) Nguyen, Duy ................................ 1208 (E7, Wed) Nguyen, Hoang-Duy ..................... 1103 (E4, Tue) Ngyen, Hung Duc ..........................430 (B4, Wed) Nho, Young Chang .......................1449 (G5, Tue) Ni, Qing .........................................1267 (F2, Tue) Niangar, Ellazar ...............................602 (B7, Thu) Nicholas, Jason D......................... 669 (B11, Mon) Nicholas, Robin . .........................1508 (H3, Mon) Nie, Zhaojun ................................1036 (E3, Mon) Niedrig, Christian ......................... 688 (B11, Tue) Nielsen, Steven . ............................1525 (H3, Tue) Nien, Yung-Tang ........................... 1109 (E4, Tue) Nierengarten, Jean-Francois . .....1490 (H2, Mon), .....................................................1491 (H2, Mon) Niidome, Yasuro . .........................1465 (H1, Tue), .......................................................1642 (H9, Tue) Nik Masdek, Nik Rozlin ................. 909 (D1, Thu) Nikawa, Hidefumi ........................1594 (H5, Tue), ..................................................... 1599 (H5, Wed) Niketic, Svetlana ............................221 (B1, Wed) Niki, Shigeru ................................... 54 (A1, Mon) Nikiel, Leszek ................................ 492 (B7, Mon) Nilsson, Anders ...... 483 (B7, Mon), 485 (B7, Mon) Nilushika, Dilani .........................1305 (G1, Mon) Ninghsih, Purnama . ....................... 193 (B1, Tue) Nishanth, Karimbintherikkal . ........ 550 (B7, Tue) Nishi, Masashi . .............................. 817 (C2, Sun) Nishiguchi, Ikuzo . ........................ 829 (C2, Mon)

Nishimura, Tomonori .................... 988 (E2, Tue), .................................. 991 (E2, Tue), 999 (E2, Tue) Nishina, Akiko ................................454 (B4, Thu) Nishio, Kazuyuki ......................... 1667 (H9, Wed) Nishita, Tatsuo ...............................983 (E2, Mon) Nishitani-Gamo, Mikka ................1536 (H3, Tue) Nishiyama, Shigeru ....................... 809 (C2, Sun), ....................................................... 822 (C2, Mon) Nisizawa, Matsuhiko ...................... 398 (B4, Tue), ....................................................... 776 (C1, Mon) Nitani, Hiroaki ................................ 179 (B1, Tue) Niwa, Hideharu ...... 501 (B7, Mon), 502 (B7, Tue) Niwano, Michio ................................ 91 (A2, Tue) No, Kil-Sun ........... 967 (E1, Tue), 1084 (E4, Mon) Nobukuni, Hirofumi ...................1625 (H8, Mon) Noël, James .................................... 1780 (I5, Tue) Noh, Chang Ho . ..........................1091 (E4, Mon) Noh, Jun Hong . ............................. 1744 (I3, Tue) Nohira, Hiroshi ............................... 985 (E2, Tue) Nokami, Toshiki ............................. 810 (C2, Sun) Noked, Malachi ........................... 1569 (H4, Wed) Nöll, Gilbert ....................................784 (C1, Tue) Nomura, Shintaro ...... 923 (E1, Mon), 962 (E1, Tue) Nomura, Tsuyoshi ........................... 995 (E2, Tue) Noponen, Tuula .............................. 404 (B4, Tue) Norberg, Stefan ............................. 672 (B11, Tue) Nørskov, Jens ................................ 491 (B7, Mon) Norton, Sarah K............................... 100 (A2, Tue) Nosaka, Atsuko Yoshio . ................1639 (H9, Tue) Nosaka, Yoshio ..............................1639 (H9, Tue) Notsu, Hideo ............................... 1653 (H9, Wed) Novák, Petr . .................................. 645 (B10, Tue) Novak, Robert ................................ 1793 (J1, Tue) Novaković, Miroslav .......................839 (C3, Tue) Nowak, Pawel . ..... 1363 (G4, Tue), 1811 (J1, Tue) Nowierski, Catherine ..................... 1780 (I5, Tue) Nugent, Jennifer L............................ 362 (B3, Tue) Núñez-Sánchez, Sara ..................... 1096 (E4, Tue) Nur, Omer ..................................... 1849 (J2, Thu) Nutariya, Jeerapat .........................1234 (F1, Thu) Nwaneshiudu, Ikechukwu ........... 1847 (J2, Thu), ....................................................... 1848 (J2, Thu) Nychyporuk, Tetyana . ................... 123 (A2, Thu) Nyholm, Leif ...................................859 (D1, Tue) Nyns, Laura ..................................... 931 (E1, Tue)

Ohma, Atsushi ...........................1401 (G5, Mon), .....................................................1407 (G5, Mon) Ohmi, Tadahiro . ..... 949 (E1, Tue), 951 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 970 (E1, Tue) Ohmori, Kenji ....... 918 (E1, Mon), 993 (E2, Tue), ......................................................... 995 (E2, Tue) Ohno, Nobuhito ........................... 1168 (E6, Tue) Ohno, Yumi ................................ 1657 (H9, Wed) Ohsaka, Takeo .............................1305 (G1, Mon) Ohta, Narumi .............................. 1653 (H9, Wed) Ohtani, Bunsho ............................1646 (H9, Tue) Ohzeki, Takeshi ............................707 (B11, Wed) Ojala, Ville-Mikko ........................... 420 (B4, Tue) Ok, Injo ........................................ 1204 (E7, Wed) Okada, Naoya . .............................. 354 (B3, Mon) Okada, Yohei ................................. 835 (C2, Mon) Okada, Yohei ................................. 820 (C2, Mon) Okajima, Takeyoshi . ...................1305 (G1, Mon) Okamoto, Minoru ........................ 1588 (H4, Thu) Okano, Yasunori ............................. 62 (A1, Mon) Okazaki, Ken-ichi .......................... 122 (A2, Thu), ..................................................... 1657 (H9, Wed) Okazaki, Toshiya ........................1507 (H3, Mon), ........................... 1595 (H5, Tue), 1604 (H5, Wed) Oliver, James ................................. 1048 (E3, Tue) Olivier, Louis ......... 253 (B1, Thu), 686 (B11, Tue) Olmstead, Marilyn ........................... 3 (A1, Mon), ..................................................... 1602 (H5, Wed) Olmstead, Marilyn M. . .............. 1608 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Olschner, Fred ...............................732 (B11, Thu) Olsen, Eric V. .................................. 1804 (J1, Tue) Olson, T. ......................................1402 (G5, Mon) Olson, Tim .....................................586 (B7, Wed) Olugbile, Risa .................................469 (B5, Wed) Omanovic, Sasha ...........................1273 (F2, Tue) Omati, Luca . .................................1414 (G5, Tue) Omrane, Badr ................................1547 (H4, Tue) Onanko, Anatoliy P.......................1535 (H3, Tue) Onanko, Y.A. .................................1535 (H3, Tue) O’Neil, Ann ................................... 644 (B10, Tue) O’Neill, Cory ..................................469 (B5, Wed) Ong, Chin Kin ............................. 1342 (G3, Thu) Ong, Markus D. . .............................255 (B1, Thu) Ong, Shyue Ping ............................ 305 (B2, Tue), ..................................................... 627 (B10, Mon) Ong, Zhun-Yong .......................... 1188 (E7, Tue), .......................................................1546 (H4, Tue) Ono, Yoshitaka . ..........................1407 (G5, Mon) Onoda, Kinji ..................................473 (B5, Wed) Onodera, Taigo . .............................. 179 (B1, Tue) Onwona-Agyeman, Boateng ........1139 (E6, Mon) Ooi, Boon S..........1061 (E3, Tue), 1077 (E3, Wed) Oraby, El-Sayed .............................1373 (G4, Tue) Orazem, Mark E............................ 884 (D1, Wed), .....................................................1304 (G1, Mon) Orikasa, Yuki ......... 531 (B7, Tue), 697 (B11, Tue), ............................. 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) O’Riordan, Alan J........................... 1842 (J2, Thu) Oropeza, Angelica ...........................853 (D1, Tue) Oropeza, Angelica ...........................866 (D1, Tue) Orsini, Marco ................................1430 (G5, Tue) Ortiz, Angy L................................1473 (H2, Mon) Ortiz-Frade, Luis A. ........................... 94 (A2, Tue) Osaka, Tetsuya . ..............................1260 (F2, Tue) Osawa, Tsutomu . ........................1617 (H8, Mon) Oshima, Masaharu ....................... 501 (B7, Mon), ......................................................... 502 (B7, Tue) Osipenko, Alexander . .................... 1690 (I1, Tue) Osofsky, Michael ......................... 633 (B10, Mon) Osone, Satoshi ............................. 1073 (E3, Wed) Ostadi, Hosein . .............................1436 (G5, Tue) Ôstby, Jonas ..................................731 (B11, Thu) Ostrikov, Kostya ..........................1117 (E5, Mon), ......................................................1121 (E5, Mon) Ostrom, Cassandra . .................... 1656 (H9, Wed) Oszinda, Thomas ...........................984 (E2, Mon) Otaño, Wilfredo ................................ 99 (A2, Tue) Ota, Kenichiro . .... 490 (B7, Mon), 496 (B7, Mon)

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Obata, Rika . ................................... 809 (C2, Sun) Oberg, Henrik ............................... 483 (B7, Mon) O’Brien, Jessica . ............................. 1692 (I1, Tue) O’Brien, Julie S................................. 525 (B7, Tue) Obrzut, Jan .......... 1200 (E7, Tue), 1553 (H4, Tue) Ochal, Piotr ................7 (A1, Mon), 556 (B7, Tue) O’Connor, Eamon . .... 940 (E1, Tue), 989 (E2, Tue) Oda, Hirokazu ...............................1536 (H3, Tue) Oda, Hirokazu ................................. 47 (A1, Mon) Oda, Kengo ..................................... 192 (B1, Tue) O’Dea, James R................................ 1786 (I5, Tue) O’Dwyer, Colm ............................. 146 (B1, Mon) Oezaslan, Mehtap ........................ 1218 (F1, Wed) Ogasawara, Hirohito .................... 483 (B7, Mon), ....................................................... 485 (B7, Mon) O’Grady, Christopher ................... 485 (B7, Mon) O’Grady, William ........................... 1705 (I1, Tue) Ogura, Atsushi ..... 916 (E1, Mon), 983 (E2, Mon) O’Hare, Danny ............................... 1702 (I1, Tue) O’Hayre, Ryan ............................... 680 (B11, Tue) O’Keefe, Matthew ......................... 897 (D1, Thu), ......... 899 (D1, Thu), 900 (D1, Thu), 901 (D1, Thu) O’Laoire, Cormac .......................... 745 (B12, Tue) Oh, Se Young . ...............................1650 (H9, Tue) Ohara, Katsuhiko .........................1244 (F2, Mon) Ohashi, Hidenori ............................451 (B4, Thu) Ohata, Tatsuya ................................ 56 (A1, Mon) Ohji, Yuzuru . ........ 918 (E1, Mon), 930 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 993 (E2, Tue) Ohkubo, Kei .....1497 (H2, Tue), 1625 (H8, Mon), ...........................1635 (H8, Mon), 1637 (H8, Tue) Ohkura, Yasuyuki ...........................918 (E1, Mon)

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Otake, Akira ................................. 1017 (E2, Wed) Otano, Myrna R. ............................ 1706 (I1, Tue) Ott, John ......................................1184 (E7, Mon) Ottone, Chiara ..............................1643 (H9, Tue) O’uchi, Shinichi ........................... 1015 (E2, Wed) Ou Yang, L-Y. . .............................. 1777 (I5, Mon) Ou Yang, Liang Yueh ................... 1776 (I5, Mon) Ou Yang, Liang-Yueh ................... 1220 (F1, Wed) Ou, Keng-Liang ....... 45 (A1, Mon), 840 (C3, Tue) Overmyer, Donald .......................... 310 (B2, Tue) Owe, Lars-Erik ............................. 1329 (G3, Wed) Oyarzabal, Omar A. . ...................... 1804 (J1, Tue) Ozaki, Jun-ichi ...... 501 (B7, Mon), 502 (B7, Tue), ......................................................... 503 (B7, Tue)

Park, Minseo ................................. 1148 (E6, Tue) Park, Myounggu . .......................... 143 (B1, Mon) Park, Ran .......................................1426 (G5, Tue) Park, Sangsun ................................1447 (G5, Tue) Park, SeongYong . ............................ 334 (B2, Tue) Park, Seung Hee ............................ 142 (B1, Mon) Park, Seungman ..... 1134 (E5, Tue), 1136 (E5, Tue) Park, Tae Joo . .................................. 938 (E1, Tue) Park, Yong Joon . ...... 204 (B1, Tue), 206 (B1, Tue) Park, Yong Kyu ............................... 132 (A2, Thu) Park, Yong-Ki . ................................. 183 (B1, Tue) Park, Young June . ....................... 1572 (H4, Wed) Park, Young Min ............................. 201 (B1, Tue) Park, Young-Chul ..........................1434 (G5, Tue) Park, Young-Su ............................... 128 (A2, Thu) Parker, Gretel . ............................1351 (G4, Mon), ........................1352 (G4, Mon), 1353 (G4, Mon), .......................................................1372 (G4, Tue) Parker, Kim ..................................... 1702 (I1, Tue) Parkinson, Bruce A.........................471 (B5, Wed), ........................................................472 (B5, Wed) Parlee, Matthew ........................... 1031 (E2, Wed) Parry, Valérie ............... 265 (B1, Fri), 271 (B1, Fri) Parsi, Nima .....................................474 (B5, Wed) Paskaleva, Albena . .......................... 986 (E2, Tue) Passlack, Matthias ........................ 1208 (E7, Wed) Patel, Popatbhail K...........................844 (D1, Tue) Paterson, Allan ................................ 378 (B3, Tue) Patterson, Mary L............................. 168 (B1, Tue) Patterson, Wendy . ..........................457 (B4, Thu) Pauchet, Joel ................................... 172 (B1, Tue) Paul, Frédéric . ................................1674 (I1, Sun) Paulikas, Paul ...... 592 (B7, Wed), 1216 (F1, Wed) Paulo, Pedro ..................................1638 (H8, Tue) Paulsen, Ove .....................................270 (B1, Fri) Paulson, Scott C............................... 526 (B7, Tue) Pauric, Allen ........ 512 (B7, Tue), 1404 (G5, Mon) Paust, Nils ....................................... 177 (B1, Tue) Pavelka, T. ......................................917 (E1, Mon) Pavunny, S.P. ................................... 935 (E1, Tue) Payne, Martin . ................................ 163 (B1, Tue) Pečko, Darja ................................. 1281 (F2, Wed) Peabody, Christina .... 245 (B1, Thu), 317 (B2, Tue) Pearce, Ryan ................................ 1565 (H4, Wed) Pearman, Benjamin P. ...................1424 (G5, Tue) Pearton, Stephen . ......................... 1155 (E6, Tue) Peck, Dong-Hyun .........................1427 (G5, Tue), .............................1428 (G5, Tue), 1434 (G5, Tue) Peckham, Timothy . .....................1441 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1442 (G5, Tue) Peczuh, Mark . ............................... 1837 (J2, Thu) Pedersen, Andrew .......................1404 (G5, Mon) Pedrosa, Valber D. .......................... 1804 (J1, Tue) Pei, Katie ................ 568 (B7, Tue), 593 (B7, Wed) Pei, Pucheng . ................................ 763 (B12, Tue) Pelosato, Renato . ..........................1414 (G5, Tue) Pemble, Martyn . ............................. 940 (E1, Tue) Pendyala, Chandrashekhar .......... 1343 (G3, Thu) Peng, Chao qun ............................ 766 (B12, Tue) Peng, Chuang . ...............................345 (B2, Wed) Peng, Pei-Wen ......... 45 (A1, Mon), 840 (C3, Tue) Peng, Xuyuan . ............................ 1580 (H4, Wed) Penmatsa, Varun .......................... 1291 (F2, Wed) Perálvarez, Mariano ..................... 1112 (E4, Wed) Perdue, Andrew ...........................1393 (G5, Mon) Perebeinos, Vasili ..........................1528 (H3, Tue) Pereira, Aaron . ................................ 537 (B7, Tue) Pereira, Nathalie . ......................... 1173 (E6, Wed) Pérez, Emilio ...............................1476 (H2, Mon) Perez, Israel ................................... 646 (B10, Tue) Pergolesi, Daniele . ........................ 676 (B11, Tue) Perkins, Craig .................................. 315 (B2, Tue) Peron, Jennifer .............................. 500 (B7, Mon) Pesaran, Ahmad ..............................247 (B1, Thu) Peters, Dennis G.....816 (C2, Sun), 834 (C2, Mon) Peters, Robert ................................ 1098 (E4, Tue) Petersburg, Cole ............................ 149 (B1, Mon) Peterson, Gregory ........................ 1589 (H4, Thu) Peterson, Jeff ................................1180 (E7, Mon)

Petkov, Nikolay ............................. 146 (B1, Mon) Petr, Andreas .................................1464 (H1, Tue) Petric, Anthony . ...........................738 (B11, Thu) Petric, Anthony . ............................. 368 (B3, Tue) Petrov, Alexey G. . ....................... 1563 (H4, Wed) Petrov, Petar .................................. 888 (D1, Wed) Petrova, Sofia . ............................. 662 (B11, Mon) Petrović, Željka . .............................1273 (F2, Tue) Petsev, Dimiter ...............................586 (B7, Wed) Pettersson, Lars ............................. 483 (B7, Mon) Pettersson, Lars ............................. 485 (B7, Mon) Pettigrew, Katherine . ................. 633 (B10, Mon), ...................................................... 1589 (H4, Thu) Petzold, Linda ..............................1246 (F2, Mon) Peverly, Angela A........................... 834 (C2, Mon) Pfeiffer, Dirk ..........926 (E1, Tue), 1211 (E7, Wed) Phair, John .................................... 684 (B11, Tue) Pham, Anh Le-Tuan ....................1359 (G4, Mon) Pham, Nam Thang ......................... 120 (A2, Thu) Pham, Xuan-Hung ......................... 73 (A1, Mon), .......... 74 (A1, Mon), 77 (A1, Mon), 78 (A1, Mon) Pham, Xuan-Hung .......................... 75 (A1, Mon) Philipose, Usha ............................. 1093 (E4, Tue) Philipsen, Harold ......................... 1280 (F2, Wed) Phillips, Diana . .............................1444 (G5, Tue) Phillips, J. P....................................1462 (H1, Tue), .......................... 1596 (H5, Tue), 1606 (H5, Wed), ..........................1609 (H5, Wed), 1614 (H5, Wed) Phillips, Joshua ........................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Phillips, Richard .............................978 (E2, Mon) Pi, Xiaodong ................................1118 (E5, Mon) Piana, Michele . .............................1430 (G5, Tue) Pickup, Peter G................................226 (B1, Wed) Pickup, Peter G.........152 (B1, Mon), 269 (B1, Fri), ........ 604 (B7, Thu), 608 (B7, Thu), 1687 (I1, Tue) Pierreux, Dieter ............................... 931 (E1, Tue) Pieta, Piotr .....................................1464 (H1, Tue) Pihlar, Boris .................................. 1281 (F2, Wed) Pilan, Luisa ......................................870 (D1, Tue) Pilan, Luisa N.................................. 1827 (J2, Tue) Pillai, Smitha ...............................1631 (H8, Mon) Pinarbasi, Mustafa . ........................1263 (F2, Tue) Pinaud, Blaise A............................. 1348 (G3, Thu) Pinc, William ........ 897 (D1, Thu), 901 (D1, Thu) Pinchart, Audrey ............................. 948 (E1, Tue) Pintauro, Peter ............................1406 (G5, Mon) Pinyayev, Tatyana ......................... 769 (C1, Mon) Pinzón, Julio R............................. 1597 (H5, Wed) Pirkle, Adam . ...............................1202 (E7, Mon) Pirvu, Cristian ................................. 72 (A1, Mon) Piszcz, Michal . ................................ 297 (B2, Tue) Pitchumani, Sethuraman ............... 550 (B7, Tue), .......................................................1530 (H3, Tue) Pitsch, Heinz ................................. 483 (B7, Mon) Pivovar, B. ...................................1402 (G5, Mon) Pletcher, Derek ........................... 1330 (G3, Wed), .....................................................1292 (G1, Mon) Plewa-Marczewska, Anna ............... 297 (B2, Tue), ......................................................... 298 (B2, Tue) Plichta, Edward ...... 518 (B7, Tue), 751 (B12, Tue) Poblet, Joseph ............................. 1614 (H5, Wed) Podhorodecki, Artur ...................1086 (E4, Mon), ....................................................... 1097 (E4, Tue) Podlaha, Elizabeth .......................... 81 (A1, Mon) Poineau, Federic ..........................1294 (G1, Mon) Politano, A. .................................1477 (H2, Mon) Polizos, Georgios . ........................... 173 (B1, Tue) Pollet, Michaël ..... 636 (B10, Mon), 657 (B10, Tue) Poluektov, Oleg G. ........................1494 (H2, Tue) Ponchio, Chatchai ........................1639 (H9, Tue) Ponnuswamy, Thomas . ............... 1279 (F2, Wed) Ponrouch, Alexandre .................... 484 (B7, Mon) Pop, Eric .............. 1188 (E7, Tue), 1546 (H4, Tue) Popa, Mihai Florin ..........................856 (D1, Tue) Popa, Mihai V...........855 (D1, Tue), 856 (D1, Tue) Popa, Monica ..................................794 (C1, Tue) Popoff, Richard T..... 1728 (I3, Mon), 1741 (I3, Tue)

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Pachter, Ruth . ......... 412 (B4, Tue), 453 (B4, Thu) Paddison, S. .................................... 1742 (I3, Tue) Pagan, Jennifer .............................. 1048 (E3, Tue) Paik, Chi . ..................................... 1290 (F2, Wed) Pal, Uday .........................................615 (B7, Thu) Palacios, Raquel .......................... 1071 (E3, Wed), ......................................................1088 (E4, Mon) Palkar, Amit . ..................................... 85 (A2, Tue) Pallarès, Josep . ....1071 (E3, Wed), 1088 (E4, Mon) Palubiak, Darek ...... 1055 (E3, Tue), 1056 (E3, Tue) Pan, Chao . .....................................348 (B2, Wed) Pan, Huapu .................................. 1062 (E3, Wed) Pan, J. P. . .........................................246 (B1, Thu) Pan, Shenmin . .............................. 771 (C1, Mon) Pan, Shenmin . .............................. 1832 (J2, Thu) Pan, Tung-Ming ....... 960 (E1, Tue), 961 (E1, Tue) Pan, Yung-Ning ....... 45 (A1, Mon), 840 (C3, Tue) Panchapakesan, Ramanarayanan ......................... ........................................................924 (E1, Mon) Pande, Ashish . ...............................980 (E2, Mon) Pandya, Kumi . ............................... 1705 (I1, Tue) Pandya, Smit ................................. 881 (D1, Wed) Pang, Suh Cem . .............................. 301 (B2, Tue) Pang, Xin ......................................1461 (H1, Tue) Pannala, Sreekanth ...................... 1289 (F2, Wed) Paolesse, Roberto .......................1623 (H8, Mon), .....................................................1628 (H8, Mon) Paolucci, Francesco .......................1468 (H1, Tue) Pap, A. ............................................917 (E1, Mon) Papadimitrakopoulos, Fotios ......1517 (H3, Mon) Papadopoulos, Chris .....................1547 (H4, Tue) Papageorgopoulos, Dimitrios C....... 169 (B1, Tue) Parfitt, Claire E................................386 (B3, Wed) Parida, Smrutiranjan .................... 1230 (F1, Wed) Park, B.S. ......................................... 70 (A1, Mon) Park, Chan Young ......................... 687 (B11, Tue) Park, Chan-Jin . .....869 (D1, Tue), 1326 (G3, Tue) Park, Dae-Gyu ................................973 (E2, Mon) Park, Deok-Yong . .....70 (A1, Mon), 71 (A1, Mon) Park, Hyeongsik ............................ 1136 (E5, Tue) Park, Hyunho .................................. 956 (E1, Tue) Park, Hyunho .................................. 955 (E1, Tue) Park, Il Woo . .................................1469 (H1, Tue) Park, In Ho ............ 422 (B4, Tue), 1449 (G5, Tue) Park, Jae-Cheul . .....851 (D1, Tue), 872 (D1, Tue), .........................................................873 (D1, Tue) Park, Jea-Gun ..........39 (A1, Mon), 41 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 947 (E1, Tue) Park, Jinjoo . ......... 1134 (E5, Tue), 1136 (E5, Tue) Park, JinWoo ................................... 375 (B3, Tue) Park, Jong Hun . ............................. 1744 (I3, Tue) Park, Jong Hyeok ..... 339 (B2, Tue), 382 (B3, Tue) Park, Jong-Hee M........................... 875 (D1, Wed) Park, Jonghyun ............................. 143 (B1, Mon) Park, Joon Seok ............................1138 (E6, Mon) Park, Joong Sun . ........................... 682 (B11, Tue) Park, Joong Sun . ..........................716 (B11, Wed) Park, Joung-Won ............................. 372 (B3, Tue) Park, Jung O.......................................273 (B1, Fri) Park, Jung-Geun .............................. 335 (B2, Tue) Park, Kyoung-Woo .......................1125 (E5, Mon) Park, Kyu-Sung ............................ 630 (B10, Mon) Park, Kyung-Il ................................351 (B2, Wed) 134

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Popov, Alexey . .............................1462 (H1, Tue), ..........................1466 (H1, Tue), 1482 (H2, Mon), .........................1603 (H5, Wed), 1609 (H5, Wed), .........................1611 (H5, Wed), 1612 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1615 (H5, Wed) Popov, Alexey . ..............................1496 (H2, Tue) Popov, Branko .................................236 (B1, Thu) Popovici, Mihaela ........................... 931 (E1, Tue) Porfyrakis, Kyriakos .................... 1598 (H5, Wed) Porti, Marc . ..................................... 992 (E2, Tue) Potkonjak, Nebojša .........................839 (C3, Tue) Poulsen, Finn W.............................731 (B11, Thu) Pound, Elisabeth ..........................1250 (F2, Mon) Pourtois, Geoffrey .......................... 931 (E1, Tue), ......................................................1181 (E7, Mon) Prabhulkar, Shradha . .................... 770 (C1, Mon) Prabhuram, Joghee . ......................1418 (G5, Tue) Pradhan, Debabrata ....................... 135 (A2, Thu) Prakash, G. K. Surya ........................ 167 (B1, Tue) Prance, Amanda .....1707 (I1, Tue), 1809 (J1, Tue) Prato, Maurizio ..........................1480 (H2, Mon), .....................................................1489 (H2, Mon) Pratt, Allen ..................................1357 (G4, Mon) Pratt, Lawrence R............................ 1733 (I3, Tue) Preda, Nicoleta .............................. 1162 (E6, Tue) Prinz, Fritz ......... 682 (B11, Tue), 716 (B11, Wed), .......................................................724 (B11, Thu) Pristinski, Denis ............................ 1200 (E7, Tue) Pritzker, Mark .................................349 (B2, Wed) Prociow, Eugeniusz ....................... 1097 (E4, Tue) Prodaivoda, Georgiy .....................1535 (H3, Tue) Pufall, Matthew . .......................... 1021 (E2, Wed) Pulletikurthi, Chandan ................. 881 (D1, Wed) Pullumbi, Pluton . ........................1123 (E5, Mon) Pyle, Brandon . ............................... 1740 (I3, Tue) Pylypenko, Svitlana .......................575 (B7, Wed) Pylypenko, Svitlana .......................586 (B7, Wed) Pytel, Jaromir ......... 346 (B2, Wed), 554 (B7, Tue)

Ramamurthi, Badri ........................389 (B3, Wed) Ramanathan, Shriram ..................705 (B11, Wed) Ramani, V. ...................................1405 (G5, Mon) Ramasamy, Ramaraja ......................453 (B4, Thu) Ramaswamy, Nagappan .................. 178 (B1, Tue) Ramaswamy, Nagappan ....................268 (B1, Fri) Ramos, Catarina IV .....................1633 (H8, Mon) Ramos, Tânia . ..............................711 (B11, Wed) Ramos-Barrado, José . ..................1361 (G4, Mon) Ramprasad, Dorai . .......................... 161 (B1, Tue) Rance, William ..............................1463 (H1, Tue) Ranganathan, Santhanam .......... 1335 (G3, Wed) Rangasami, Baskaran ...................... 381 (B3, Tue) Ranta, Anja I.................................... 404 (B4, Tue) Rasmussen, Michelle . ...................1763 (I4, Wed) Rassaei, Liza . ......... 1680 (I1, Sun), 1699 (I1, Tue) Rastler, Dan ....................................475 (B6, Wed) Rateick, Richard ............................ 883 (D1, Wed) Ratnadurai, Rudraskandan . ............ 998 (E2, Tue) Ratnakumar, Bugga ......................... 167 (B1, Tue) Ratvik, Arne Petter ...................... 1388 (G4, Wed) Ratvik, Arne Petter ............................270 (B1, Fri) Rau, Sebastian ............................. 1327 (G3, Wed) Rauwel, Erwan ................................ 990 (E2, Tue) Ravichandran, Subbiah . ............. 1340 (G3, Wed) Rawlings, Brandon M...................... 113 (A2, Thu) Ray, Hannah . ................................ 681 (B11, Tue) Ray, Hannah L................................ 673 (B11, Tue) Rayavarapu, Prasada Rao ............... 158 (B1, Tue), .......................................................733 (B11, Thu) Raza, Rizwan ............22 (A1, Mon), 558 (B7, Tue) Razeghi, Ali Mohammad .............. 1009 (E2, Tue) Read, Sue ........................................431 (B4, Wed) Recham, Nadir ............................ 629 (B10, Mon) Reckien, Werner ...........................1248 (F2, Mon) Reda, Mahmoud . .... 222 (B1, Wed), 882 (D1, Wed), ..............................891 (D1, Wed), 1336 (G3, Wed) Reddy, Dharmendar .......................971 (E2, Mon) Redolfi, Augusto ........................... 1280 (F2, Wed) Reed, Zachary . .......1707 (I1, Tue), 1809 (J1, Tue) Rees, Neil V. . ................................ 1732 (I3, Mon) Register, Leonard F..........................971 (E2, Mon) Reid, Jon . ..................................... 1279 (F2, Wed) Reid, Obadiah ............................. 1664 (H9, Wed) Reimbold, Gilles . ............................ 932 (E1, Tue) Reimer, Jeffrey ............................... 681 (B11, Tue) Rein, R. ........................................1616 (H8, Mon) Reina, Alfonso ..............................1183 (E7, Mon) Reitz, Thomas ............................... 1014 (B2, Tue) Remillard, Jeffery .......................... 644 (B10, Tue) Ren, Fan ........................................ 1155 (E6, Tue) Ren, L. ......................................... 1559 (H4, Wed) Renn, Mike .................................... 1014 (B2, Tue) Renner, Frank U............................ 1226 (F1, Wed) Renslow, Ryan ................................430 (B4, Wed) Reshetenko, Tatyana .......................621 (B7, Thu) Reso, Denis . .................................. 1133 (E5, Tue) Retterer, Scott .............................. 1565 (H4, Wed) Rettew, Robert E............................. 293 (B2, Mon) Reza, Moghaddam B. ....................226 (B1, Wed) Rey, J. . .............................................790 (C1, Tue) Reyna-Gonzalez, Juan ....................1671 (I1, Sun) Reyter, David . .........79 (A1, Mon), 1686 (I1, Tue) Rha, Sa-Kyun .................................. 1714 (I1, Tue) Rheem, Yongwoo ............................ 71 (A1, Mon) Rho, Il-Cheol . ................................. 952 (E1, Tue) Rhodes, Kevin J................................ 364 (B3, Tue) Riccò, Raffaele .............................1485 (H2, Mon) Rice, Nicole A.....1481 (H2, Mon), 1499 (H2, Tue) Rice, Philip M. . ............................ 1211 (E7, Wed) Richardson, Jeffrey .........................477 (B6, Wed) Richter, Curt A. ........................... 1016 (E2, Wed), ...................................................... 1029 (E2, Wed) Richter, Ken E................................... 395 (B4, Tue) Richter, Mirja ............................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Richter-Dahlfors, Agneta ................788 (C1, Tue) Rickman, Sarah ............................... 17 (A1, Mon) Rigdon, Steve .................................477 (B6, Wed) Rigdway, Paul .................................211 (B1, Wed)

Rigsby, Matthew . ..........................1761 (I4, Wed) Rijssenbeek, Job .............................230 (B1, Wed) Riley, Leah ....................................... 373 (B3, Tue) Rinaldo, Steven G...........................570 (B7, Wed) Rincón, Marina E............................ 1792 (J1, Tue) Rincón, Rosalba A...........................443 (B4, Thu), ................................ 445 (B4, Thu), 446 (B4, Thu) Rinzler, Andrew . ...........................1548 (H4, Tue) Rippard, William . ........................ 1021 (E2, Wed) Ritslaid, Peeter . ............................... 42 (A1, Mon) Ritt, Patrick ..................................... 319 (B2, Tue) Ritter, Kyle . ................................... 1197 (E7, Tue) Rivera, Fernando ...........................1269 (F2, Tue), .......................................................1313 (G1, Tue) Rivera, J. ......................................... 1781 (I5, Tue) Rivero, Eligio P...............................1313 (G1, Tue) Rivero, Eligio Pastor .......................1269 (F2, Tue) Ro, Tina ......................................... 644 (B10, Tue) Roark, Ralph . ................................ 749 (B12, Tue) Robert, Marc . ............................... 1725 (I3, Mon) Roberts, Alexander J....................... 155 (B1, Mon) Robertson, Mark . ............................ 530 (B7, Tue) Robinson, Alex ............................... 1800 (J1, Tue) Robinson, David B..........................255 (B1, Thu), ............................. 789 (C1, Tue), 1293 (G1, Mon) Rocha, John-David . ....................1514 (H3, Mon) Rochefort, Dominic ......................104 (A2, Wed), .........................................................448 (B4, Thu) Rocheleau, Richard ........................ 562 (B7, Tue), ................................579 (B7, Wed), 621 (B7, Thu) Rocheleau, Richard .........................622 (B7, Thu) Rodgers, Marianne P......................1423 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1424 (G5, Tue) Rodríguez, Diego ............................... 99 (A2, Tue) Rodríguez, Rosana . ......................... 992 (E2, Tue) Rodríguez-Morgade, Salomé .......1632 (H8, Mon) Rodrigues, Isadora R......................... 32 (A1, Mon) Rodrigues, Stanley J. ..................... 761 (B12, Tue) Rodriguez, Jimmy ............................. 3 (A1, Mon) Rodriguez, Miguel A. . ..................1180 (E7, Mon) Rodriguez-Mendez, Maria Luz ....1618 (H8, Mon) Rodwell, Mark ................................915 (E1, Mon) Roeper, Donald .............................. 1705 (I1, Tue) Rogalla, Detlef ................................. 341 (B2, Tue) Rogers, B. R. .................................... 314 (B2, Tue) Rogers, John ..................................1544 (H4, Tue) Rohwerder, Michael ..................... 1771 (I5, Mon) Rohwerder, Michael ......................1672 (I1, Sun), ........ 1673 (I1, Sun), 1772 (I5, Mon), 1784 (I5, Tue) Rojas, Gustavo de Miguel .............1451 (H1, Tue) Rolison, Debra . ............................. 752 (B12, Tue) Rolison, Debra R............................591 (B7, Wed), ..................................................... 633 (B10, Mon) Roller, Justin . ..................................616 (B7, Thu) Roller, Justin M...... 580 (B7, Wed), 599 (B7, Wed) Romankiw, Lubomyr T..................1262 (F2, Tue), ...................................................... 1282 (F2, Wed) Rommel, Mathias ............................ 986 (E2, Tue) Ronda, A. . ....................................1082 (E4, Mon) Rondeau-Gagné, Simon ..............1483 (H2, Mon) Rong, Jiepeng ............................... 1587 (H4, Thu) Rong, Yu .......................................... 210 (B1, Tue) Ronsheim, Paul ............................ 1211 (E7, Wed) Roque, Pablo ................................. 1096 (E4, Tue) Rosado, Arelys ................................ 1709 (I1, Tue) Roschuk, Tyler . ............................1083 (E4, Mon) Rose, Coralie ..................................... 3 (A1, Mon) Rosei, Federico .............................1080 (E4, Mon) Rosenblum, Michael .....................1539 (H4, Tue) Rosendahl, Scott ............................ 1697 (I1, Tue) Rosseel, E. .......................................917 (E1, Mon) Rossmeisl, Jan ..... 491 (B7, Mon), 666 (B11, Mon), ......................................................703 (B11, Wed) Rosso, Kevin ..................................737 (B11, Thu) Rotas, Georgios .............................1595 (H5, Tue) Roth, Christina ... 294 (B2, Mon), 1437 (G5, Tue) Roth, Isabelle ................................. 1749 (I4, Tue) Roth, Peter E.....................................235 (B1, Thu) Rothemund, Paul ........................ 1566 (H4, Wed)

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Qadri, Syed ................................... 1589 (H4, Thu) Qi, Jiwei . ...................................... 1075 (E3, Wed) Qi, Liang ......................................... 537 (B7, Tue) Qi, Yue . ............. 642 (B10, Mon), 648 (B10, Tue), .............................. 649 (B10, Tue), 651 (B10, Tue) Qiao, Yongjin ................................. 1693 (I1, Tue) Qionghua, Zhou . ..........................1380 (G4, Tue) Qiu, Guanzhou .............................1366 (G4, Tue) Qiu, Ke .......................................... 766 (B12, Tue) Qu, Deyang ................................... 154 (B1, Mon) Qu, Minni ................................... 1575 (H4, Wed) Qu, Wei ......................................... 760 (B12, Tue) Qu, Wei ................ 758 (B12, Tue), 762 (B12, Tue) Quaid, Andrew ...............................424 (B4, Wed) Quinn, Aidan ................................ 1842 (J2, Thu) Quintana, Jose Antonio ..............1622 (H8, Mon) Quintana, Mildred ......................1489 (H2, Mon)

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Rabelo de Moraes, Ines .................1554 (H4, Tue) Rack, Philip ................................. 1565 (H4, Wed) Radeva, Ts . .................................... 887 (D1, Wed) Radhakrishnan, Vinod ....................443 (B4, Thu) Radisic, Alex ........ 1259 (F2, Tue), 1280 (F2, Wed) Rafailovic, Lidija ...........................1312 (G1, Tue) Rafí, Joan Marc . ............................ 1005 (E2, Tue) Rahim, Nilufa . .............................. 1000 (E2, Tue) Rahimi, Mehdi ................................785 (C1, Tue) Rahman, Mohammad .................. 1078 (E3, Wed) Rahman, Shahriar ........................... 996 (E2, Tue) Raina, S. . ....................................... 1840 (J2, Thu) Rainey, Paul . .......... 919 (E1, Mon), 963 (E1, Tue) Rainey, Paul . ................................... 969 (E1, Tue) Rajeshwar, K. ................................. 492 (B7, Mon) Rajeswari, Janarthanan ...............1392 (G5, Mon) Rama, Pratap .................................1436 (G5, Tue) Ramadesigan, Venkatasailanathan ....................... ........249 (B1, Thu), 393 (B3, Wed), 1242 (F2, Mon) Ramahi, Dave ................................ 1014 (B2, Tue) Meeting Program I April 25-30, 2010 I Vancouver, Canada

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Rotkin, Slava V. ............................1558 (H4, Tue), ..................................................... 1563 (H4, Wed) Roudgar, Ata . ........ 594 (B7, Wed), 1738 (I3, Tue) Roué, Lionel ............79 (A1, Mon), 1686 (I1, Tue) Rouget, Robert .............................. 757 (B12, Tue) Rowell, N.L. . ................................1082 (E4, Mon) Rowlands, Andrew .........................431 (B4, Wed) Roy, Abhra . ...................................1416 (G5, Tue) Roy, Jared N...............28 (A1, Mon), 417 (B4, Tue) Roy, Poulomi . ................................231 (B1, Wed) Roy, Subrata ................................ 1381 (G4, Wed) Rozen, John . ................................. 1157 (E6, Tue) Rubin, Yves ...................................1495 (H2, Tue) Ruda, Harry E................................. 1093 (E4, Tue) Rudbeck, Hans Christian ...............348 (B2, Wed) Ruggiero, Alessandro . ...................1538 (H4, Tue) Rumbles, Garry ...........................1514 (H3, Mon) Ruoff, Rodney .............................1182 (E7, Mon), ..................................................... 1560 (H4, Wed) Rusling, James .............................. 771 (C1, Mon), .............................. 1832 (J2, Thu), 1837 (J2, Thu) Russell, Harry ............................... 1343 (G3, Thu) Rutkowska, Iwona ..........................596 (B7, Wed) Rutter, Gregory M. ........................ 1193 (E7, Tue) Ruvolo, Eduardo ..........................1037 (E3, Mon) Ruythooren, Wouter .................... 1280 (F2, Wed) Ryan, Mary P................................. 1229 (F1, Wed) Ryu, ChangSup .............................. 912 (D1, Thu) Ryu, Ho-Suk .................................... 375 (B3, Tue) Ryu, JaeYul .................................... 142 (B1, Mon) Ryu, Si Ok . ............. 87 (A2, Tue), 1178 (E6, Wed) Ryu, WonHee .................................. 376 (B3, Tue) Ryu, WonHee ................................ 359 (B3, Mon) Ryu, Young-Gyoon . .................... 630 (B10, Mon) Ryu, Young-Ho ............................... 1714 (I1, Tue)

San Andrés, Enrique . ...................... 954 (E1, Tue) San, Cheng Hung ............................ 160 (B1, Tue) Sana, Chika ................................... 832 (C2, Mon) Sanabria-Chinchilla, Jean ..............463 (B5, Wed) Sanchez, Clément ..........................1678 (I1, Sun) Sanchez, Lorenzo B.......................... 953 (E1, Tue) Sánchez, Marciano ......................... 1792 (J1, Tue) Sandanayaka, Atula S.D.................1457 (H1, Tue) Sanders, Charlene ...........................781 (C1, Tue) Sanderson, Robbie ........................464 (B5, Wed), ........................................................598 (B7, Wed) Sanger, Alan ................................. 685 (B11, Tue), ........................... 693 (B11, Tue), 1295 (G1, Mon) Sanii, Sanam . .................................. 64 (A1, Mon) Sankaran, R. Mohan . ..................1129 (E5, Mon), .....................................................1501 (H3, Mon) Sankari, A. ................................... 1340 (G3, Wed) Sano, Nobuyuki .............................915 (E1, Mon) Sano, Shingo ............................... 1599 (H5, Wed) Santana, Juan A...... 1681 (I1, Sun), 1685 (I1, Tue) Santana-Marques, M. Graça O.....1633 (H8, Mon) Santhanam, Kalathur S................... 379 (B3, Tue), ..................................................... 1574 (H4, Wed) Santiago, Diana ................................. 85 (A2, Tue) Santiccioli, Serena .........................1430 (G5, Tue) Santos, Abel . .....1071 (E3, Wed), 1088 (E4, Mon) Sapountzi, Foteini ........................... 527 (B7, Tue) Saraf, Lax .........................................615 (B7, Thu) Sarantaridis, Dimitris ..................... 1701 (I1, Tue) Saravanan, Kuppan .......................214 (B1, Wed), ........................................................216 (B1, Wed) Saravanan, Rengaraj . ....................427 (B4, Wed), .........................................................449 (B4, Thu) Sardashti, Alireza . .......................... 808 (C2, Sun) Sardesai, Naimish P........................ 771 (C1, Mon) Sarmento Gonçalves, Emerson ...... 1711 (I1, Tue) Sarrafi-Nour, Reza . .........................389 (B3, Wed) Sarrazin, Christian ........................ 746 (B12, Tue) Sasajima, Keiji ........ 356 (B3, Mon), 564 (B7, Tue) Sasaki, Kotaro ....... 577 (B7, Wed), 1758 (I4, Tue), .......................................................1764 (I4, Wed) Sasano, Junji . ..........54 (A1, Mon), 56 (A1, Mon), ......................................................1143 (E6, Mon) Sastre-Santos, Angela .................1488 (H2, Mon), .....................................................1622 (H8, Mon) Sastry, Ann Marie .......................... 143 (B1, Mon) Satake, Akiharu ...........................1629 (H8, Mon) Sato, Kazuhisa ............................... 678 (B11, Tue) Sato, Motoyuki . ...... 930 (E1, Tue), 993 (E2, Tue), .................................. 995 (E2, Tue), 997 (E2, Tue) Sato, Satoru ....... 1594 (H5, Tue), 1599 (H5, Wed) Sato, Yasuhiro ............................... 1060 (E3, Tue) Sato, Yoshihiro ...............................983 (E2, Mon) Sato, Yosuke .................................... 361 (B3, Tue) Satyapal, Sunita . ............................. 169 (B1, Tue) Sauer, Dirk Uwe . ............................233 (B1, Wed) Sauer, Manuel . ...............................432 (B4, Wed) Sauriol, Pierre .................................. 180 (B1, Tue) Savéant, Jean-Michel ................... 1725 (I3, Mon) Savan, Alan ..................................... 341 (B2, Tue) Sawada, Yuji .................................. 1168 (E6, Tue) Saxena, Ankur ............................... 1093 (E4, Tue) Sayle, Dean C. ............................... 659 (B10, Tue) Sayle, Thi XT ................................. 659 (B10, Tue) Sazhin, Sergiy .........238 (B1, Thu), 392 (B3, Wed) Sbarcea, Gabriela .............................795 (C1, Tue) Schäpers, Thomas ........................... 944 (E1, Tue) Schaberg, Mark . ............................. 1740 (I3, Tue) Schalchi, Babak ..............................599 (B7, Wed) Schaller, Matthias . .........................984 (E2, Mon) Schatz, Rich . ............................... 1334 (G3, Wed) Schefold, Josef .................................742 (B11, Fri) Scheiba, Frieder .............................1437 (G5, Tue) Scheinberg, David A.......................1538 (H4, Tue) Schell, Mark ................................... 1713 (I1, Tue) Scherson, Daniel .....516 (B7, Tue), 1682 (I1, Tue) Scherson, Daniel ...........................1763 (I4, Wed) Schiavone, Peter . ......................... 1584 (H4, Thu) Schindler, Bryan . ......................... 1589 (H4, Thu)

Schindlmayr, Arno .......................... 944 (E1, Tue) Schineller, Bernd .......................... 1214 (E7, Wed) Schlichtiger, Alice .......................... 1700 (I1, Tue) Schmidt, Jan Philipp ..................... 144 (B1, Mon) Schmidt, Michael ............................ 360 (B3, Tue) Schmidt, Volker .............................. 171 (B1, Tue) Schmidt, Volkmar ......................... 756 (B12, Tue) Schmidtke, David . ..........................450 (B4, Thu) Schmucker, Scott . ......................... 1197 (E7, Tue) Schmuki, Patrik .....231 (B1, Wed), 1254 (F2, Mon) Schnaidt, Johannes .......................1760 (I4, Wed) Schneck, Jude ................................1552 (H4, Tue) Schoeppler, Friedrich ..................1510 (H3, Mon) Scholl, Jonathan ............................. 317 (B2, Tue) Schram, Tom ................................... 931 (E1, Tue) Schroder, Dieter .............................. 10 (A1, Mon) Schrooten, Jeremy . .......................1411 (G5, Tue) Schubert, Thomas .........................111 (A2, Wed), ......................................................... 165 (B1, Tue) Schuhmann, Wolfgang ..................260 (B1, Thu), ................................436 (B4, Wed), 447 (B4, Thu) Schulte, Dominik ...........................233 (B1, Wed) Schulz, Stefan E. .............................984 (E2, Mon) Schulz, Volker ................................582 (B7, Wed) Schulze, Mathias ..... 538 (B7, Tue), 539 (B7, Tue), .............................. 572 (B7, Wed), 576 (B7, Wed), ...........................1400 (G5, Mon), 1408 (G5, Tue) Schumacher, Josh . ..........................457 (B4, Thu) Schuster, Britt-Elfriede .................... 538 (B7, Tue) Schuster, David I...........................1451 (H1, Tue), .............................1458 (H1, Tue), 1636 (H8, Tue) Schuttlefield, Jennifer D..................472 (B5, Wed) Schwamborn, Stefanie ....................260 (B1, Thu) Schwandt, Carsten ........................ 353 (B3, Mon) Schwartz, Daniel ...........................477 (B6, Wed), ............................1252 (F2, Mon), 1265 (F2, Tue), ............................. 1847 (J2, Thu), 1848 (J2, Thu), ..............................778 (C1, Mon), 1833 (J2, Thu) Schwartz, William ........................... 170 (B1, Tue) Schwarz, Elliot . ...............................458 (B4, Thu) Schwarzacher, Walther . ................1234 (F1, Thu) Sclar, Hadar ................................... 137 (B1, Mon) Scott, Daniel . .......... 408 (B4, Tue), 442 (B4, Thu) Scott, Graeme . ............................ 1567 (H4, Wed) Scott, Isaac D.................................. 358 (B3, Mon) Scott, Lawrence .............................1468 (H1, Tue) Scott, M.Daniel ............................. 656 (B10, Tue) Sedlak, David L. ..........................1359 (G4, Mon) Sedlarikova, Marie . ......................... 205 (B1, Tue) Seehra, Mohindar S............................ 98 (A2, Tue) Sehati, Parisa ............................... 1660 (H9, Wed) Seino, Satoshi .................................. 179 (B1, Tue) Seitz, Wolfgang ...........................1632 (H8, Mon) Sekar, Karuppanan .........................920 (E1, Mon) Sekhar, Praveen Kumar ................. 1790 (J1, Tue), ................................1794 (J1, Tue), 1795 (J1, Tue) Seki, Shu ......................................1625 (H8, Mon) Sekiguchi, Takashi . ......................... 997 (E2, Tue) Seland, Frode . ...........7 (A1, Mon), 556 (B7, Tue), .........................................................606 (B7, Thu) Seliskar, Carl . ................................ 769 (C1, Mon) Selman, J. Robert . ............................278 (B1, Fri), ............................ 1301 (G1, Mon), 1688 (I1, Tue) Selvaganapathy, Ponnambalam R......................... ......1046 (E3, Tue), 1253 (F2, Mon), 1813 (J1, Wed) Selvin, P. Christopher....................... 381 (B3, Tue) Semrau, Guenter ............................. 360 (B3, Tue) Sen, Debamoy ...............................1815 (J1, Wed) Senboku, Hisanori . ........................ 815 (C2, Sun) Senge, Mathias O.........................1624 (H8, Mon) Senoez, Ceylan ............................... 1784 (I5, Tue) Senoh, Hiroshi .............................. 280 (B2, Mon) Senzaki, Yoshi ................................. 929 (E1, Tue) Seo, Inseok ....................................735 (B11, Thu) Seo, Sung Min ............................. 1572 (H4, Wed) Seo, Yongsok .................................1650 (H9, Tue) Seong, Gi Hun . .......73 (A1, Mon), 74 (A1, Mon), .......... 75 (A1, Mon), 77 (A1, Mon), 78 (A1, Mon)

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Saadoune, Ismael .......................... 658 (B10, Tue) Sabi, Yuichi ................................... 287 (B2, Mon) Saboungi, Marie-Louise . ............. 663 (B11, Mon) Sacci, Robert L................................. 67 (A1, Mon), ................................ 610 (B7, Thu), 1684 (I1, Tue) Sachdeva, Sonny .........................1392 (G5, Mon) Sadana, Devendra .K. ................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Sadekar, Anand ...........................1503 (H3, Mon) Sadki, Saïd M..................................1643 (H9, Tue) Sadoway, Donald ........................ 1389 (G4, Wed) Safari-Mohsenabad, Salman . .......1253 (F2, Mon) Safina, Gulnara ...............................455 (B4, Thu) Sagawa, Takashi . ...........................1640 (H9, Tue) Sagawa, Takashi . ............................473 (B5, Wed) Saher, Shakhshir . ............................ 559 (B7, Tue) Saidani, Fatma . .....104 (A2, Wed), 595 (B7, Wed) Saitner, Marc ................................1249 (F2, Mon) Saito, Makoto ......... 501 (B7, Mon), 502 (B7, Tue) Saito, Morihiro ................................ 553 (B7, Tue) Saito, Susumu . ..............................1465 (H1, Tue) Saitoh, Tsuyoshi ....809 (C2, Sun), 822 (C2, Mon) Sakai, Hideki .................................. 396 (B4, Tue), ................................ 401 (B4, Tue), 439 (B4, Wed) Sakai, Nobuyuki .......................... 1665 (H9, Wed) Sakamoto, Kunihiro ..................... 1015 (E2, Wed) Sakamoto, Tomokazu . ...................463 (B5, Wed) Sakamoto, Yosuke ..........................601 (B7, Wed) Sakata, Tomomi ............................ 1060 (E3, Tue) Sakurai, Yoko . ................................. 962 (E1, Tue) Salfi, Joseph ................................... 1093 (E4, Tue) Salgado, José Cristian . ..................1364 (G4, Tue) Salgado, Leonardo . ........................589 (B7, Wed) Salitra, Grigory ........360 (B3, Tue), 1754 (I4, Tue) Salthouse, Christopher D............... 1054 (E3, Tue) Salusti, Francesca ..........................1430 (G5, Tue) Salvador, Paul ................................729 (B11, Thu) Salvarezza, Roberto .........................837 (C3, Tue) Sambandam, Satheesh ................1405 (G5, Mon) Sammak, Amir ............................. 1215 (E7, Wed) Sammelselg, Väino . ......................1534 (H3, Tue) Sammelselg, Väino . ........................ 42 (A1, Mon) Samussenko, Anton ........................ 563 (B7, Tue) 136

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Seppelt, Konrad . ...........................1496 (H2, Tue) Sereda, Vladimir . ........................ 665 (B11, Mon) Serna, Rosalia ................................ 1096 (E4, Tue) Serrano, Miguel ............................... 66 (A1, Mon) Severi, Simone . .............................1817 (J1, Wed) Sgobba, Vito ..................................1497 (H2, Tue) Shah, Akeel ....................................385 (B3, Wed) Shah, Kanai ...................................732 (B11, Thu) Shaigan, Nima . ............................. 758 (B12, Tue) Sham, T.K. ......................................107 (A2, Wed) Shan, Guobin .................................474 (B5, Wed) Shan, Li-Wei .................................. 1166 (E6, Tue) Shao, Zongping ...............................253 (B1, Thu) Shao-Horn, Yang .... 583 (B7, Wed), 700 (B11, Tue) Shapiro, Andrew ............................389 (B3, Wed) Sharabi, Ronit ................................. 360 (B3, Tue) Shariki, Sara -.................................. 1699 (I1, Tue) Sharma, Yogesh ............................. 1148 (E6, Tue) Shatohina, Anastasia . ................. 662 (B11, Mon) Shearing, Paul ............................. 640 (B10, Mon) Shehata, Shyemaa ......................... 1098 (E4, Tue) Shelton, William .......................... 754 (B12, Tue), .............................765 (B12, Tue), 1289 (F2, Wed) Shen, Yanbai M............................... 1791 (J1, Tue) Shenai, Krishna .....1024 (E2, Wed), 1152 (E6, Tue) Sheng, Wenchao ............................583 (B7, Wed) Sheng, Yanqiu ..............................1090 (E4, Mon) Shepherd, Jeffrey L.........................1374 (G4, Tue) Sherman, Benjamin ....................1631 (H8, Mon) Shevaleevskiy, Oleg ....................... 1161 (E6, Tue) Shi, Ken ......................................... 500 (B7, Mon) Shi, Ningyu ....................................971 (E2, Mon) Shi, Weike .................................... 1072 (E3, Wed) Shi, Xiaoping .................................. 931 (E1, Tue) Shi, Xiaoqian .................................. 384 (B3, Tue) Shi, Zhao-Rong ............................. 1100 (E4, Tue) Shi, Zheng ....................................... 509 (B7, Tue) Shi, Zheng .......................................744 (B11, Fri) Shibata, Tadashi .............................972 (E2, Mon) Shiddiky, Muhammad ...................1671 (I1, Sun) Shie, Sheng-Li ............................... 1163 (E6, Tue) Shih, Chen-luen . ...........................924 (E1, Mon) Shih, Han C. . .................................. 82 (A1, Mon) Shih, Wen-chieh .......................... 1002 (E2, Tue), .............................. 1012 (E2, Tue), 1013 (E2, Tue) Shikaku, Masaya . .............................. 91 (A2, Tue) Shiku, Hitoshi ............................... 1844 (J2, Thu) Shim, Hyun-Woo ........................ 638 (B10, Mon) Shim, Joon Hyung ....................... 682 (B11, Tue), ......................................................716 (B11, Wed) Shim, Moonsub . ...........................1551 (H4, Tue) Shim, Tae-Hun ........39 (A1, Mon), 41 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 947 (E1, Tue) Shimakoshi, Hisashi . .................... 827 (C2, Mon) Shimaoshi, Hisashi . ....................... 817 (C2, Sun) Shimazaki, Yuichi .......................1625 (H8, Mon) Shimizu, Youichi ............................ 910 (D1, Thu) Shimokawa, Fusao ........................ 1060 (E3, Tue) Shimonishi, Yuta . ......................... 748 (B12, Tue) Shimoyama, Nobuhiro ................. 1060 (E3, Tue) Shimpalee, Sirivatch ...................1296 (G1, Mon) Shin, Chee Burm ............................. 198 (B1, Tue) Shin, Heon-Cheol ..... 195 (B1, Tue), 196 (B1, Tue), .............................................................237 (B1, Thu) Shin, Hyung-Shik ............................ 336 (B2, Tue) Shin, Jae Wook ............................. 1023 (E2, Wed) Shin, Jae-won .................................. 37 (A1, Mon) Shin, Junhwa . ...............................1449 (G5, Tue) Shin, Kahee ..................................... 339 (B2, Tue) Shin, Mi-Hee ................................... 41 (A1, Mon) Shin, Sooncheol ............................1417 (G5, Tue) Shin, Yong-Hyeon ..........................841 (C3, Tue), .......................................................1555 (H4, Tue) Shinada, Eri ................................. 1576 (H4, Wed) Shinagawa, Tsutomu ....................... 54 (A1, Mon) Shinkle, Aaron A.............................347 (B2, Wed) Shinohara, Kazuhiko . ................1401 (G5, Mon), .....................................................1407 (G5, Mon) Shinwari, Waleed ..........................1813 (J1, Wed)

Shiozawa, Toshihiko ......................983 (E2, Mon) Shiraga, Takuya ............................. 819 (C2, Mon) Shirai, Yasuyuki ............................... 970 (E1, Tue) Shiraishi, Kenji ..............................918 (E1, Mon), ........ 923 (E1, Mon), 962 (E1, Tue), 993 (E2, Tue), ...............................995 (E2, Tue), 1017 (E2, Wed) Shiraishi, Masashi ........................1185 (E7, Mon) Shiraishi, Soshi . ..............................454 (B4, Thu) Shirvanian, Pezhman . .................... 175 (B1, Tue) Shishkin, Maxim ............................. 529 (B7, Tue) Shiu, Je-Jang .................................. 140 (B1, Mon) Shleev, Sergey .................................. 397 (B4, Tue) Shoa, Tina ............ 1703 (I1, Tue), 1814 (J1, Wed) Shoesmith, David . ......................... 1780 (I5, Tue) Shore, Daniel . .............................. 1277 (F2, Wed) Short, Michael A...........................1035 (E3, Mon) Shoute, Lian ................................... 1739 (I3, Tue) Shozukawa, Katsumi ....................707 (B11, Wed) Shrestha, Sujan ............................... 504 (B7, Tue) Shtelman, Alex . ............................. 812 (C2, Sun) Shukla, Ashok ....... 550 (B7, Tue), 1530 (H3, Tue) Shul, Yong-gun . ............................1447 (G5, Tue) Shumway, John B..........................1186 (E7, Mon) Shustova, Natalia .........................1462 (H1, Tue), ..........................1482 (H2, Mon), 1496 (H2, Tue), ..................................................... 1609 (H5, Wed) Sibille, Laurent ............................ 1389 (G4, Wed) Siegal, Michael ................................ 310 (B2, Tue) Siekierski, Maciej S.......................... 297 (B2, Tue), .................................. 298 (B2, Tue), 299 (B2, Tue) Sieradzki, Karl .............................. 1222 (F1, Wed) Siggers, Jennifer ............................. 1702 (I1, Tue) Siinor, Liis ......................................217 (B1, Wed) Silinskas, Mindaugas ..................... 1133 (E5, Tue) Silverman, Timothy J...................1300 (G1, Mon) Sima, Marian ................................. 1162 (E6, Tue) Simien, Daneesh ...........................1553 (H4, Tue) Simkova, Darina . .......................... 1834 (J2, Thu) Simoen, Eddy ............................... 1205 (E7, Wed) Simonian, Aleksandr L.................. 1148 (E6, Tue), .............................. 1557 (H4, Tue), 1804 (J1, Tue) Simpkins, Blake ............................. 1146 (E6, Tue) Simpson, Jeff ................................. 1196 (E7, Tue) Simpson, L. .................................1402 (G5, Mon) Simpson, Michael ....................... 1565 (H4, Wed) Sindhwani, Shrey ........................... 135 (A2, Thu) Singaram, Vengatesan ......................277 (B1, Fri), .......................................................1409 (G5, Tue) Singh, Amanpal C.......................... 1004 (E2, Tue) Singh, Prabhakar ............................ 533 (B7, Tue), ............................ 689 (B11, Tue), 719 (B11, Wed) Singh, Rahul . ................................ 1050 (E3, Tue) Singh, Ramesh ............................... 127 (A2, Thu) Singh, Vivek ...................................... 98 (A2, Tue) Singhal, Rahul ............................... 141 (B1, Mon) Singhal, Riju ................................ 1573 (H4, Wed) Singhal, Sameer . .... 394 (B4, Tue), 441 (B4, Wed) Sint, Kyaw .................................... 1582 (H4, Thu) Sioncke, Sonja .............................. 1208 (E7, Wed) Siow, Serena .................................1038 (E3, Mon) Siraj, Noureen ................................1670 (I1, Sun) Sirk, Aislinn . ............................... 1389 (G4, Wed) Siroma, Zyun . ........ 280 (B2, Mon), 565 (B7, Tue) Sitarek, Piotr .................................. 1097 (E4, Tue) Sivasubramani, Prasanna ................ 938 (E1, Tue) Sizemore, Susan .............................429 (B4, Wed) Sjöholm, Kyle . ................................458 (B4, Thu) Skinner, William .........................1356 (G4, Mon) Skrovan, John ............................... 892 (D1, Wed) Slade, Robert C. T. ......................... 155 (B1, Mon) Slanina, Zdeněk .......................... 1601 (H5, Wed) Slanina, Zdeněk ...........................1594 (H5, Tue), ..................................................... 1599 (H5, Wed) Slattery, Darlene K. ......................1423 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1424 (G5, Tue) Sleight, Jeffrey W............................. 933 (E1, Tue) Sleightholme, Alice ........................347 (B2, Wed) Smart, Marshall C............................ 167 (B1, Tue) Smirnova, Alevtina ......................... 533 (B7, Tue)

Smith, Casey .......913 (E1, Mon), 1204 (E7, Wed) Smith, Grant ................................ 1729 (I3, Mon) Smith, Kandler ................................247 (B1, Thu) Smith, Patricia . ............................. 154 (B1, Mon) Smith, Richard .............................1120 (E5, Mon) Smith, Rodney D............................. 1687 (I1, Tue) Smith, Scott R.................................1374 (G4, Tue) Smith, Shawna ................................ 68 (A1, Mon) Smolander, Maria H........................ 420 (B4, Tue), .........................................................459 (B4, Thu) Smoliner, Jürgen .......................... 1067 (E3, Wed) Smolinka, Tom ............................ 1327 (G3, Wed) Smyder, Julie ...............................1509 (H3, Mon) Snider, Rachel . ...............................433 (B4, Wed) Snider, Rachel M.... 424 (B4, Wed), 428 (B4, Wed) Snook, Graeme . .......................... 1387 (G4, Wed) Snyder, Joshua D........................... 1219 (F1, Wed) Snyder, Stephen ..........................1296 (G1, Mon) Soboleva, Tatyana ...........................623 (B7, Thu) Sode, Aya ........................................578 (B7, Wed) Soffer, Abraham .......................... 1569 (H4, Wed) Sofie, Stephen W............................ 702 (B11, Tue) Søgaard, Martin . ......................... 668 (B11, Mon) Sokolov, Yuri V............................... 1010 (E2, Tue) Soler, Jessee ..................................... 167 (B1, Tue) Soler, Jessica ......................................274 (B1, Fri) Soles, Christopher L...................... 1020 (E2, Wed) Solladié, N. ...................................1452 (H1, Tue), .........................1616 (H8, Mon), 1627 (H8, Mon) Solorza-Feria, Omar . ..197 (B1, Tue), 557 (B7, Tue) Son, Hyang Ho ................................ 55 (A1, Mon) Son, Jin-Young ...............................983 (E2, Mon) Son, Junho .................................... 1158 (E6, Tue) Son, Kyoung Seok ........................1138 (E6, Mon) Son, Won-Ho . ................................. 37 (A1, Mon) Son, Young-Seon .......................... 1284 (F2, Wed) Song, Hahn-Mok ............................. 318 (B2, Tue) Song, Jun Ho ................................... 183 (B1, Tue) Song, Ki-Bong ......... 337 (B2, Tue), 338 (B2, Tue), .......................... 1174 (E6, Wed), 1177 (E6, Wed), ..............................1818 (J1, Wed), 1846 (J2, Thu) Song, Sang-Bin .............................. 1159 (E6, Tue) Song, Xiangyun .............................211 (B1, Wed) Song, Yanghee ............................... 1158 (E6, Tue) Song, Youngsik . .............................1261 (F2, Tue) Sonnet, Arif ..................................... 937 (E1, Tue) Sorée, Bart ....................................1181 (E7, Mon) Sotiriou-Leventis, Chariklia ........1503 (H3, Mon) Soudackov, Alexander V............... 1724 (I3, Mon) Sousa, Marilyne . .......................... 1211 (E7, Wed) Souza, Eduardo . ............................722 (B11, Thu) Sozhan, Ganapathy . ................... 1340 (G3, Wed) Spahr, Michael E. .......................... 645 (B10, Tue) Spange, Stefan ................................ 1749 (I4, Tue) Spataru, Catalin D. . ..................... 1581 (H4, Thu) Spendelow, Jacob ............................ 169 (B1, Tue) Sperlich, Andreas ..........................1494 (H2, Tue) Spies, Kurt ......................................477 (B6, Wed) Sponiar, Matthew . .......................... 526 (B7, Tue) Sprenkle, Vincent . .......................... 371 (B3, Tue) Sprinkle, Michael .........................1180 (E7, Mon) Spurlin, Tighe . ..............................1543 (H4, Tue) Sridhar, Parthasarathi .................... 550 (B7, Tue), .......................................................1530 (H3, Tue) Srinivasan, P. ..... 1026 (E2, Wed), 1027 (E2, Wed) St-Pierre, Jean ........ 481 (B6, Wed), 573 (B7, Wed) Staack, David A.............................1128 (E5, Mon) Stafford, Christopher ....................1553 (H4, Tue) Stafford, Gery ...... 1023 (E2, Wed), 1243 (F2, Mon) Stamenkovic, Vojislav ...................592 (B7, Wed), ..... 1216 (F1, Wed), 1755 (I4, Tue), 1756 (I4, Tue) Stankic, Slavica . ...........................1085 (E4, Mon) Staser, John A............................... 1332 (G3, Wed) Stassen, Daphné ..........................1630 (H8, Mon) Stefanakos, Elias .............................. 998 (E2, Tue) Stella, Kevin ................................. 1067 (E3, Wed) Stephens, Ifan E............................. 491 (B7, Mon) Stephenson, J .................................. 379 (B3, Tue) Stephey, Laurie ............................. 1016 (E2, Wed)

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Sternig, Andreas ...........................1085 (E4, Mon) Stettler, Joel M................................ 681 (B11, Tue) Stevens, David . ..... 464 (B5, Wed), 598 (B7, Wed) Stevens, Philippe .... 746 (B12, Tue), 757 (B12, Tue) Stevenson, Jeff . ........................... 671 (B11, Mon) Stevenson, Steven ............................ 3 (A1, Mon), ............................1462 (H1, Tue), 1596 (H5, Tue), .........................1609 (H5, Wed), 1610 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Stewart, Constantine ...................... 15 (A1, Mon) Stewart, Kerrilee S..........................1433 (G5, Tue) Stich, Dominik ............................1510 (H3, Mon) Stickney, John L............................ 1775 (I5, Mon) Stiemke, Frank ....... 111 (A2, Wed), 165 (B1, Tue) Stimming, Ulrich ........................... 1700 (I1, Tue) Stobiecka, Magdalena ................... 1707 (I1, Tue), ................................1809 (J1, Tue), 1825 (J2, Tue) Stobiński, Leszek ........................... 291 (B2, Mon) Stoica, Leonard ..............................436 (B4, Wed) Stokes, Edward B........................... 1048 (E3, Tue), ...................................................... 1074 (E3, Wed) Stoldt, Conrad . ..... 188 (B1, Tue), 1819 (J1, Wed) Stolz, Wolfgang ............................ 1212 (E7, Wed) Störmer, Heike . ............................. 688 (B11, Tue) Stoyanov, Stanislav R......................108 (A2, Wed) Stoyanova, Radostina . .................. 137 (B1, Mon) Stoytcheva, Margarita .................... 1715 (I1, Tue) Strålfors, Peter ............................... 1849 (J2, Thu) Strasser, Peter ...... 463 (B5, Wed), 1218 (F1, Wed) Strauss, Steven . ............................1462 (H1, Tue), ..........................1463 (H1, Tue), 1482 (H2, Mon), ........................... 1496 (H2, Tue), 1609 (H5, Wed) Strmcnik, Dusan ............................ 1755 (I4, Tue) Strmcnik, Dusan ...........................592 (B7, Wed), ..............................1216 (F1, Wed), 1756 (I4, Tue) Stroscio, Joseph A. ........................ 1193 (E7, Tue) Strubbe, Katrien .............................1259 (F2, Tue) Strutwolf, Jorg ............................... 1842 (J2, Thu) Strycharz, Sarah .............................428 (B4, Wed) Strycharz, Sarah .............................433 (B4, Wed) Stuchinsky, Victor ........................ 1006 (E2, Tue), ....................................................... 1007 (E2, Tue) Studdard, Deon ............................ 1027 (E2, Wed) Stuerzl, Ninette .............................1524 (H3, Tue) Stumper, Jürgen ...... 180 (B1, Tue), 519 (B7, Tue), ...............................574 (B7, Wed), 613 (B7, Thu), ................................ 617 (B7, Thu), 618 (B7, Thu) Stumper, Jürgen .............................570 (B7, Wed) Su, Chia Hung . ............................... 322 (B2, Tue) Su, Dong . .......................................577 (B7, Wed) Su, Fengyu ....................................... 210 (B1, Tue) Su, Hsiang-Yu ................................. 898 (D1, Thu) Su, Wenhui . ..................................723 (B11, Thu) Subbaiyan, Navaneetha K..............1649 (H9, Tue) Subramanaian, Selvasekarapandian ..................... ........................................................ 1810 (J1, Tue) Subramaniam, Chittur Krishnaswamy ................. ...........................................................263 (B1, Fri) Subramanian, Aditya ................. 637 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 755 (B12, Tue) Subramanian, Selvasekarapandian ....................... ......................................................... 381 (B3, Tue) Subramanian, Vaidyanathan R.......106 (A2, Wed) Subramanian, Venkat . ...................249 (B1, Thu), .............................393 (B3, Wed), 1242 (F2, Mon) Suchikova, Jana . ............................... 92 (A2, Tue) Sudireddy, Bhaskar . .....................715 (B11, Wed) Sudoh, Masao . ..............................1822 (J1, Wed) Sudworth, Jim ................................230 (B1, Wed) Suenaga, Kazu ...............................1595 (H5, Tue) Sueyoshi, Mitsuhiro ....................... 910 (D1, Thu) Suga, Seiji ..............810 (C2, Sun), 818 (C2, Mon) Suganuma, Yoshinori .....................110 (A2, Wed) Sugawa, Shigetoshi .... 949 (E1, Tue), 951 (E1, Tue) Sugimoto, Takayuki ...................... 674 (B11, Tue) Sugimoto, Wataru ......................... 498 (B7, Mon) Sugita, Tomohiko ..........................1318 (G1, Tue) Sugita, Yoshihiro ............................. 993 (E2, Tue) Suh, Dong-Chan ............................. 950 (E1, Tue)

Suh, Eun Kyung .............................. 199 (B1, Tue) Suh, Jeong-Dae . ...... 337 (B2, Tue), 338 (B2, Tue), .......................... 1174 (E6, Wed), 1177 (E6, Wed), ..............................1818 (J1, Wed), 1846 (J2, Thu) Suh, Young Joon ............................. 334 (B2, Tue) Sui, P.C. ..........................................600 (B7, Wed) Sukach, Georgiy ................................ 92 (A2, Tue) Sukeshini, Mary A.......................... 1014 (B2, Tue) Sullivan, Leigh ............................1360 (G4, Mon) Sullivan, Mary .............................1519 (H3, Mon) Sumanasekera, Gamini U..............1127 (E5, Mon) Sun, Andy X. ............ 505 (B7, Tue), 515 (B7, Tue) Sun, Baoyun ..................................1460 (H1, Tue) Sun, Che-Nan . ............................... 1740 (I3, Tue) Sun, Chia-Liang .............................. 69 (A1, Mon) Sun, Colin .....................................1408 (G5, Tue) Sun, Ellen ........................................ 461 (B5, Tue) Sun, Hee-Young . ............................. 372 (B3, Tue) Sun, Hong-Qian ........................... 1077 (E3, Wed) Sun, Hongyan ...............................1319 (G1, Tue) Sun, I-Wen ..................................... 53 (A1, Mon), ............................ 1231 (F1, Wed), 1236 (F1, Thu) Sun, Jane ......................................... 14 (A1, Mon) Sun, Jianting ........... 333 (B2, Tue), 544 (B7, Tue), ....... 545 (B7, Tue), 1322 (G3, Tue), 1323 (G3, Tue), ..........1324 (G3, Tue), 1716 (I1, Tue), 1718 (I1, Tue) Sun, Qian .......... 1072 (E3, Wed), 1075 (E3, Wed) Sun, Shouheng ...............................592 (B7, Wed) Sun, Xiao-Guang . ........................... 191 (B1, Tue) Sun, Xuhui J..................................1126 (E5, Mon) Sun, Yanning . .............................. 1211 (E7, Wed) Sunahara, Kenji .............................1641 (H9, Tue) Sundaram, K. . ................................. 34 (A1, Mon) Sunde, Svein . ......556 (B7, Tue), 1329 (G3, Wed), ........................................................... 7 (A1, Mon) Sung, Moon Gyu ......................... 1572 (H4, Wed) Sunkara, Mahendra K...................1130 (E5, Mon), ...................................................... 1343 (G3, Thu) Suri, Rahul . ..................................... 939 (E1, Tue) Susan, Don ................................... 1277 (F2, Wed) Sushko, Peter V.............................737 (B11, Thu), ......................................................1085 (E4, Mon) Sutrisno, Joko ..............................1391 (G5, Mon) Sutto, Thomas E........303 (B2, Tue), 786 (C1, Tue) Suwa, Tomoyuki . ............................ 951 (E1, Tue) Sužnjević, Desanka .........................839 (C3, Tue) Suzuki, Eriko .................................. 809 (C2, Sun) Suzuki, Kenzi . ................................601 (B7, Wed) Suzuki, Masayasu .......................... 1131 (E5, Tue) Suzuki, Takayuki ...... 930 (E1, Tue), 993 (E2, Tue) Suzuki, Takayuki ...........................1822 (J1, Wed) Suzuki, Tetsuya . ............................1766 (I4, Wed) Svedruzic-Chang, Drazenka ........1514 (H3, Mon) Svitova, Anna .............................. 1615 (H5, Wed) Svoboda, Vojtech ..... 394 (B4, Tue), 441 (B4, Wed) Swain, Benjamin ...........................1492 (H2, Tue) Swan, Anna .......1506 (H3, Mon), 1552 (H4, Tue) Swathirajan, Swathi ......................1438 (G5, Tue) Swerts, Johan .................................. 931 (E1, Tue) Sy, Serubbabel ................................. 25 (A1, Mon) Sygmund, Christoph . ..................... 400 (B4, Tue) Szepieniec, Mark ..........................1181 (E7, Mon) Szilvay, Géza . ...........16 (A1, Mon), 416 (B4, Tue)

Takagaki, Masafumi ..................... 698 (B11, Tue), .......................................................730 (B11, Thu) Takagi, Youhei ................................. 62 (A1, Mon) Takahara, Katsunori ...................... 287 (B2, Mon) Takahashi, Hiroki .... 306 (B2, Tue), 323 (B2, Tue), ................................ 328 (B2, Tue), 350 (B2, Wed) Takahashi, Kenji . ..........................1644 (H9, Tue) Takahashi, Norihiko . ...................... 941 (E1, Tue) Takahashi, Takuji ..........................1545 (H4, Tue) Takahashi, Yasufumi ..................... 1844 (J2, Thu) Takaichi, Satoshi .........................1407 (G5, Mon) Takakusagi, Satoru . ........................ 1746 (I4, Tue) Takamura, Hitoshi . .......................725 (B11, Thu) Takanabe, Kazuhiro . ..................... 494 (B7, Mon) Takase, Masami ............................... 997 (E2, Tue) Takase, Satoko ................................ 910 (D1, Thu) Takasu, Yoshio . ............................. 498 (B7, Mon) Takasugi, Arisa . .............................. 809 (C2, Sun) Takayasu, Teruki . ...........................473 (B5, Wed) Takechi, Naoto .............................. 1153 (E6, Tue) Takeda, Tabitha ............................. 758 (B12, Tue) Takeda, Yasuo ................................ 748 (B12, Tue) Takeguchi, Tatsuya ......................... 306 (B2, Tue), ..........323 (B2, Tue), 328 (B2, Tue), 329 (B2, Tue), ............................... 350 (B2, Wed), 540 (B7, Tue), .................................. 555 (B7, Tue), 560 (B7, Tue) Takei, Munehisa ..... 916 (E1, Mon), 983 (E2, Mon) Takeuchi, Esther S......................... 282 (B2, Mon), ....... 637 (B10, Mon), 755 (B12, Tue), 783 (C1, Tue) Takeuchi, Kenneth ....................... 282 (B2, Mon), ....... 637 (B10, Mon), 755 (B12, Tue), 783 (C1, Tue) Takeuchi, Takashi ........................... 1791 (J1, Tue) Takeyoshi, Yuuichi ......................... 910 (D1, Thu) Takezawa, Manabu ............................273 (B1, Fri) Talbot, Jan ............ 1110 (E4, Tue), 1160 (E6, Tue) Tam, Mickey . ..................................617 (B7, Thu) Tamada, Haruki ............................... 383 (B3, Tue) Tamaki, Takanori . ...........................451 (B4, Thu) Tamaru, Mao ................................. 683 (B11, Tue) Tamm, Kadi ..................................... 563 (B7, Tue) Tammeveski, Kaido .......................1534 (H3, Tue) Tammeveski, Kaido ......................... 42 (A1, Mon) Tamura, Chihiro ............................. 995 (E2, Tue) Tan, Chee-Loon . ...1061 (E3, Tue), 1077 (E3, Wed) Tan, Chuan Seng .......................... 1022 (E2, Wed) Tanabe, Ichiro ............................. 1665 (H9, Wed) Tanachutiwat, Sansiri . .................. 1199 (E7, Tue) Tanaka, Akihiro .............................. 817 (C2, Sun) Tanaka, Auro A...............................1762 (I4, Wed) Tanaka, Hidehiko .......................... 676 (B11, Tue) Tanaka, Hideo .......804 (C2, Sun), 819 (C2, Mon) Tanaka, Hideo ............................... 818 (C2, Mon) Tanaka, Hiroaki ............................... 949 (E1, Tue) Tanaka, Hirohisa ............................463 (B5, Wed) Tanaka, Keiko ................................ 1153 (E6, Tue) Tanaka, Yasuhiko ..........................1465 (H1, Tue) Tanaka, Yasutaka ............................. 383 (B3, Tue) Tang, Chak Wah . ......................... 1213 (E7, Wed) Tang, Hongwei .............................. 138 (B1, Mon) Tang, Ming .................................... 136 (B1, Mon) Tang, Shuihua ............................. 1382 (G4, Wed) Tang, Shuo ......... 1042 (E3, Mon), 1059 (E3, Tue) Tang, Tian .................................... 1584 (H4, Thu) Tang, Ting-wei . ..............................915 (E1, Mon) Tani, Fumito . ..............................1625 (H8, Mon) Tanida, Hajime . .. 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Taniguchi, Izumi ........................... 357 (B3, Mon) Taniguchi, Izumi ............................... 9 (A1, Mon) Tantraviwat, Doldet ......................919 (E1, Mon), ......................................................... 936 (E1, Tue) Tanzil, Kevin ................................. 282 (B2, Mon) Tao, Haisheng ................................. 23 (A1, Mon) Tao, Jonathan H............................. 1160 (E6, Tue) Tao, N. J......................................... 1770 (I5, Mon) Tappan, Bryce . ............................. 1345 (G3, Thu) Tarabek, Jan . ........ 1466 (H1, Tue), 1753 (I4, Tue) Taranovskyy, Andrej .................... 1774 (I5, Mon) Tarascon, Jean-Marie . ................ 629 (B10, Mon), ....................................................... 643 (B10, Tue)

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Ta, Quang-Thao .............................. 318 (B2, Tue) Tabet-Aoul Benyoucef, Amel ......1502 (H3, Mon) Tachiya, Masanori ........................1641 (H9, Tue), .......................................................1647 (H9, Tue) Tadjer, Marko ................................ 1149 (E6, Tue) Taft, Jenna ................303 (B2, Tue), 786 (C1, Tue) Tagmatarchis, Nikos . .................1479 (H2, Mon), .......................................................1595 (H5, Tue) Tahara, Keishiro ............................ 827 (C2, Mon) Tai, Chia-Cheng .... 53 (A1, Mon), 1236 (F1, Thu) Taige, Maria ..................................... 165 (B1, Tue) Tairako, Toshiya .......................... 670 (B11, Mon) Takada, Yuichi .............................. 1279 (F2, Wed) Takada, Yukihiro .... 923 (E1, Mon), 962 (E1, Tue)

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Tarascon, Jean-Marie . ................... 750 (B12, Tue) Tasaka, Akimasa ....... 553 (B7, Tue), 565 (B7, Tue) Tasca, Federico ........455 (B4, Thu), 784 (C1, Tue) Täschner, Christine ....................... 655 (B10, Tue) Tashita, Takamitsu .......................... 564 (B7, Tue) Tatsuma, Tetsu ............................ 1665 (H9, Wed) Tatsumura, Kosuke .........................976 (E2, Mon) Taufall, Simon ............................... 688 (B11, Tue) Taur, Yuan ......................................915 (E1, Mon) Tausche, Andreas ..........................1820 (J1, Wed) Tavares, Ana ........... 325 (B2, Tue), 585 (B7, Wed) Tavares, Ana C................................. 120 (A2, Thu) Taxak, Vinod B............................... 1102 (E4, Tue) Tay, Chen Lim ................................. 301 (B2, Tue) Taya, Minoru ................................... 210 (B1, Tue) Taylor, EJ ..........................................266 (B1, Fri), ......................... 1296 (G1, Mon), 1578 (H4, Wed) Teague, Marcus . ............................ 1195 (E7, Tue) Teillout, Anne-Lucie . ................... 1725 (I3, Mon) Teixeira, Raquel .............................1638 (H8, Tue) Tejedor, M. Isabel ..........................232 (B1, Wed), ............................ 906 (D1, Thu), 1298 (G1, Mon) Tek, Vekalet ................................... 881 (D1, Wed) Temperini, Marcia .......................... 1750 (I4, Tue) Templeton, Jared ......................... 671 (B11, Mon) Tender, Leonard .... 424 (B4, Wed), 428 (B4, Wed) Tender, Leonard .............................. 395 (B4, Tue) Tender, Leonard M..........................433 (B4, Wed) Teodorescu, Florina .........................836 (C3, Tue) Terada, Yasuko . ... 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Terakura, Kiyoyuki ....................... 501 (B7, Mon), ......................................................... 502 (B7, Tue) Teramoto, Akinobu ........................ 949 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 951 (E1, Tue) Teranishi, Shinya ........................... 1791 (J1, Tue) Teranishi, Toshiharu ................... 1655 (H9, Wed) Terminello, L.J. . ............................ 1094 (E4, Tue) Ternan, Marten ...............................259 (B1, Thu) Thackeray, Michael ..................... 632 (B10, Mon) Thangadurai, Venkataraman ......... 524 (B7, Tue), ....................................................... 675 (B11, Tue) Thangala, Jyothish ....................... 1343 (G3, Thu) Thanganathan, Uma .....................1442 (G5, Tue) Thapa, Arjun K............................... 747 (B12, Tue) Therien, Michael J. . ....................1511 (H3, Mon) Thibault, Gilbert .........................1302 (G1, Mon) Thiede, Tobias ................................. 341 (B2, Tue) Thiedmann, Ralf ............................. 171 (B1, Tue) Thiel, Bradley L. ...........................1180 (E7, Mon) Thiele, Simon ................................1419 (G5, Tue) Thielemans, Wim . ......................... 1699 (I1, Tue) Thielemans, Wim . .........................103 (A2, Wed) Thirumoorthy, P. ...........................1315 (G1, Tue) Tho, Thieu D.................................... 158 (B1, Tue) Thomas, Dan . ................................597 (B7, Wed) Thomas, Joel ..................................1257 (F2, Tue) Thomas, Owen ..............................1442 (G5, Tue) Thomas, Owen ..............................1441 (G5, Tue) Thomas, Reji ............ 380 (B3, Tue), 935 (E1, Tue) Thomas, Richard ...........................1416 (G5, Tue) Thomberg, Thomas . ......................344 (B2, Wed) Thompson, David ....................... 1064 (E3, Wed), ...................................................... 1070 (E3, Wed) Thompson, George ........................863 (D1, Tue), .........................................................864 (D1, Tue) Thompson, Levi .............................347 (B2, Wed) Thompson, Paul . ........................... 1756 (I4, Tue) Thonstad, Jomar ......................... 1384 (G4, Wed) Thornberg, Steven . ........................ 1800 (J1, Tue) Thornton, Jackson ............................ 4 (A1, Mon) Thorpe, Steven ...............................1267 (F2, Tue) Thorum, Matthew . ....................... 495 (B7, Mon) Thydén, Karl ................................711 (B11, Wed) Tian, Feng ....................................... 30 (A1, Mon) Tian, Jianguo ................................ 1072 (E3, Wed) Tian, Qifeng ........... 302 (B2, Tue), 388 (B3, Wed) Tian, Xu .......................................716 (B11, Wed) Tianzu, Yang . ................................1380 (G4, Tue) Ticianelli, Edson . ..........................1762 (I4, Wed)

Tielens, Hilde .................................. 931 (E1, Tue) Timmermann, Henrik ................... 699 (B11, Tue) Timmons, Adam .......................... 647 (B10, Tue), ....................................................... 648 (B10, Tue) Timperman, Laure .......................... 508 (B7, Tue) Titov, Alexey ................................ 1582 (H4, Thu) Tkachenko, Nikolai .......................1640 (H9, Tue) Todi, Vinit ....................................... 34 (A1, Mon) Todoroki, Youhei . ....................... 1576 (H4, Wed) Tognalli, Nicolás .............................837 (C3, Tue) Tokita, Yuichi .......... 396 (B4, Tue), 401 (B4, Tue), ........................................................439 (B4, Wed) Tolmachev, Yuriy .... 292 (B2, Mon), 304 (B2, Tue), .................................516 (B7, Tue), 1682 (I1, Tue) Tomar, Maharaj ............................... 380 (B3, Tue) Tominaga, Ken ............................ 664 (B11, Mon) Tomlin, John ...............................1631 (H8, Mon) Toney, Michael ............................. 1229 (F1, Wed) Tong, Ze .......................................... 461 (B5, Tue) Tõnurist, Kerli ................................344 (B2, Wed) Topuria, Teya . .............................. 1211 (E7, Wed) Torimoto, Tsukasa ......................... 122 (A2, Thu), ..............................590 (B7, Wed), 1099 (E4, Tue), ..................................................... 1657 (H9, Wed) Toriumi, Akira ................................ 988 (E2, Tue), .................................. 991 (E2, Tue), 999 (E2, Tue) Torrens, Francisco .........................1470 (H1, Tue) Torres, Tomás .............................1486 (H2, Mon), ......................... 1597 (H5, Wed), 1632 (H8, Mon) Torres-Rangel, Daniel ................... 1225 (F1, Wed) Torriero, Angel ...............................1671 (I1, Sun) Totir, Nicolae . .................................836 (C3, Tue) Toussaint, Gwenaëlle ................... 746 (B12, Tue), ....................................................... 757 (B12, Tue) Tower, Josh ....................................732 (B11, Thu) Toyokawa, Hidenori ..................... 698 (B11, Tue), .......................................................730 (B11, Thu) Trahan, Mathew .............................. 178 (B1, Tue) Trahan, Matt ................................. 745 (B12, Tue) Traulsen, Marie L...........................720 (B11, Wed) Traversa, Enrico . .. 660 (B11, Mon), 676 (B11, Tue) Trckova, Jana ..................................346 (B2, Wed) Trckova, Jana ................................... 554 (B7, Tue) Treu, Becky L................................... 901 (D1, Thu) Trevey, James . ................................. 188 (B1, Tue) Tribollet, Bernard ......................... 884 (D1, Wed), .....................................................1304 (G1, Mon) Triffaux, Eleonore .......................... 1710 (I1, Tue) Trinchi, Adrian . ....876 (D1, Wed), 905 (D1, Thu) Trinh, Trang ...................................584 (B7, Wed) Tripkovic, Dusan ............................ 1755 (I4, Tue) Trisovic, Tomislav .........................1312 (G1, Tue) Trivedi, Krutarth ............................ 125 (A2, Thu) Troczynski, Tom ............................ 892 (D1, Wed) Truchot, Cyril . ...............................480 (B6, Wed) Tsai, Cheng Hsiu ...........................1448 (G5, Tue) Tsai, Dah-Shyang ............................ 567 (B7, Tue) Tsai, Martin ..................................1037 (E3, Mon) Tsai, Meng-Han ............................... 960 (E1, Tue) Tsai, Ming . ..............862 (D1, Tue), 862 (D1, Tue) Tsai, Wen-Ta ........ 907 (D1, Thu), 1231 (F1, Wed) Tsai, Yeou-Yih . .............................. 1100 (E4, Tue) Tsai, Yueh-Lun ............................... 1696 (I1, Tue) Tsampas, Michail N......................... 527 (B7, Tue), .......................................................1413 (G5, Tue) Tsay, Ken .......................................1411 (G5, Tue) Tse, Frances ...... 1034 (E3, Mon), 1036 (E3, Mon) Tseng, Tseung-Yuen ..................... 1018 (E2, Wed) Tsou, Hsi-Kai ...................................792 (C1, Tue) Tsuchiya, Katsumi ...................... 1652 (H9, Wed), ..................................................... 1669 (H9, Wed) Tsuchiya, Takahiro ...................... 1592 (H4, Thu), ........................... 1594 (H5, Tue), 1599 (H5, Wed) Tsuda, Tetsuya ................................590 (B7, Wed) Tsuji, Hiroaki . ................................. 553 (B7, Tue) Tsujimura, Seiya ............................437 (B4, Wed), ................................. 454 (B4, Thu), 520 (B7, Tue) Tsvetkov, Dmitry . ....................... 665 (B11, Mon) Tsvetkov, Dmitry . ......................... 690 (B11, Tue)

Tsvetkov, Nikolay .......................... 1161 (E6, Tue) Tsyboulski, Dmitri . .......................1542 (H4, Tue) Tsypkin, Mikhail .......7 (A1, Mon), 556 (B7, Tue), ..................................................... 1329 (G3, Wed) Tu, Chia-Hao ................................. 1001 (E2, Tue) Tu, Wen-chiang ............................... 968 (E1, Tue) Tu, Xiaomin ...............................1506 (H3, Mon), ...........................1509 (H3, Mon), 1520 (H3, Tue) Tuckerman, Mark E....................... 1727 (I3, Mon) Tuller, Harry ..................................732 (B11, Thu) Tung, Teng-Fu .......... 965 (E1, Tue), 966 (E1, Tue) Tunold, Reidar . ...............................606 (B7, Thu) Turanov, A. ...................................... 304 (B2, Tue) Tutto, P. ..........................................917 (E1, Mon) Tuurala, Saara .......... 420 (B4, Tue), 459 (B4, Thu) Tybrandt, Klas .................................788 (C1, Tue) Tzeng, Wen-Hsien ..........................982 (E2, Mon)

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Ubong, Etim U...............................1444 (G5, Tue) Uchida, Fumio ........................... 1652 (H9, Wed), ..................................................... 1669 (H9, Wed) Uchida, Hiroyuki ............................ 549 (B7, Tue) Uchida, Makoto .............................. 549 (B7, Tue) Uchida, Yoshitaka .......................... 910 (D1, Thu) Uchikoshi, Junichi ....................... 1113 (E4, Wed) Uchimoto, Yoshiharu . ................... 531 (B7, Tue), .............................. 620 (B7, Thu), 697 (B11, Tue), ............................. 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Uchiyama, Shingo ........................ 1060 (E3, Tue) Ueda, Takeshi ........... 958 (E1, Tue), 959 (E1, Tue) Ueda, Wataru .......... 306 (B2, Tue), 323 (B2, Tue), ........ 328 (B2, Tue), 329 (B2, Tue), 350 (B2, Wed), ...........540 (B7, Tue), 555 (B7, Tue), 560 (B7, Tue) Uedono, Akira ................................. 995 (E2, Tue) Uematsu, Taro .... 1099 (E4, Tue), 1657 (H9, Wed) Ueno, Kosei ................................. 1663 (H9, Wed) Ueno, Satoko ................................. 1131 (E5, Tue) Uhlík, Filip .................................. 1601 (H5, Wed) Ui, Koichi ............ 653 (B10, Tue), 654 (B10, Tue), .......................................................736 (B11, Thu) Ulissi, Zachary . ............................ 1342 (G3, Thu) Um, Sunghyun . .............................587 (B7, Wed) Umeda, Minoru . ...... 551 (B7, Tue), 552 (B7, Tue) Umekage, Yuki ..... 653 (B10, Tue), 654 (B10, Tue) Umeyama, Tomokazu ................1474 (H2, Mon), .......................................................1640 (H9, Tue) Umezawa, Kazuo ............................ 809 (C2, Sun) Unemoto, Atsushi ...................... 670 (B11, Mon), ............................. 678 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Unger, Wolfgang ...........................1820 (J1, Wed) Uno, Hidemitsu ..........................1625 (H8, Mon) Uosaki, Kohei ....... 1644 (H9, Tue), 1746 (I4, Tue) Uotila, Johanna . .............................459 (B4, Thu) Urata, Sho .......................................620 (B7, Thu) Urban, Andrew . .......................... 1387 (G4, Wed) Urban, Karsten ...... 390 (B3, Wed), 391 (B3, Wed) Urbani, Maxence . .........................1493 (H2, Tue) Urbanski, Jeff .................................229 (B1, Wed) Urbonaite, Sigita .............................859 (D1, Tue) Uruga, Tomoya . .. 698 (B11, Tue), 730 (B11, Thu) Urusov, Igor . ............................... 665 (B11, Mon) Usui, Mitsuo . ................................ 1060 (E3, Tue) Utomo, Wahyu ...............................861 (D1, Tue) Uyeda, Jansen .............................. 1031 (E2, Wed)

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Vaari, Anu ............... 420 (B4, Tue), 459 (B4, Thu) Vaidyanathan, Mani ......................922 (E1, Mon) Vaidyanathan, R. ...........................1262 (F2, Tue) Valdez, Benjamin .... 953 (E1, Tue), 1715 (I1, Tue) Valdez, Thomas .................................274 (B1, Fri) Valenti, Giovanni . ........................1468 (H1, Tue) Valenzuela-Muñiz, Ana Maria .......1268 (F2, Tue) Valera, Jose Adolfo ......................... 1715 (I1, Tue) Valero Vidal, Carlos ........................868 (D1, Tue) Valkiainen, Matti ............................459 (B4, Thu) Valkiainen, Matti ............................ 420 (B4, Tue) Vallance, Michael . ... 229 (B1, Wed), 267 (B1, Fri) 139


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Vallance, Mike . ..............................230 (B1, Wed) Van Ammel, Annemie ................. 1280 (F2, Wed) Van Bael, Marlies K ......................... 931 (E1, Tue) van Breugel, Klaas ........................ 886 (D1, Wed), ..............................887 (D1, Wed), 888 (D1, Wed) van Buuren, Tony ......................... 1094 (E4, Tue) van der Bogaard, Alex .................. 1215 (E7, Wed) van der Vliet, Dennis ....................592 (B7, Wed), ...................................................... 1216 (F1, Wed) Van Elshocht, Sven ......................... 931 (E1, Tue) van Heek, Ronald . ......................1302 (G1, Mon) van Hoof, Rita ...............................1817 (J1, Wed) van Veen, André ........................... 691 (B11, Tue) Van Zee, John . ............................1296 (G1, Mon) Vandenberghe, William ...............1181 (E7, Mon) VanderVliet, Dennis . ..................... 1755 (I4, Tue) Vandervorst, W. .............................. 987 (E2, Tue) Vanek, Jiri . ...................................... 31 (A1, Mon) Varahramyan, Kody .......................1275 (F2, Tue) Vargas, Tomás .....1364 (G4, Tue), 1370 (G4, Tue) Varma, Shailendra K...................... 877 (D1, Wed) Vashook, Vladimir ......................... 1798 (J1, Tue) Vasilescu, Cora ....... 793 (C1, Tue), 794 (C1, Tue), .................................855 (D1, Tue), 856 (D1, Tue) Vasilescu, Cora ................................ 72 (A1, Mon) Vasilescu, Ecaterina ........................ 72 (A1, Mon), ................................ 793 (C1, Tue), 794 (C1, Tue), .................................855 (D1, Tue), 856 (D1, Tue) Vasiljevic, Natasa ..........................1234 (F1, Thu) Vasquez, Alma . ............................. 877 (D1, Wed) Vásquez-Medrano, Rubén ............... 66 (A1, Mon) Vasudevan, Subramanian ........... 1340 (G3, Wed) Vatamanu, Jenel . ......................... 1729 (I3, Mon) Vayenas, Constantinos .................. 527 (B7, Tue), .......................................................1413 (G5, Tue) Vázquez de Parga, A.L. ................1477 (H2, Mon) Vázquez-Huerta, Gerardo . ............. 197 (B1, Tue), ......................................................... 557 (B7, Tue) Vázquez-López, Carlos ...................... 94 (A2, Tue) Veety, Mathew ...............................922 (E1, Mon) Vega, Esther Z. . .............................. 1709 (I1, Tue) Vega, Jesús M............865 (D1, Tue), 867 (D1, Tue) Vega, Jose A...................................... 68 (A1, Mon) Veinot, J. G. C. ............................. 1115 (E4, Wed) Veith, Gabriel M............................. 765 (B12, Tue) Vela, Maria Elena ............................837 (C3, Tue) Velasco, Jairo ................................. 1195 (E7, Tue) Velikokhatnyi, Oleg .................... 1328 (G3, Wed) Velleuer, Jonathan ........................1234 (F1, Thu) Venkatraman, Murali S.................. 890 (D1, Wed) Verbrugge, Mark . ......................... 649 (B10, Tue), ...................................................... 1287 (F2, Wed) Vereecken, Philippe M. ..................1259 (F2, Tue) Verhelst, D. ..........880 (D1, Wed), 895 (D1, Wed) Verhulst, Anne .............................1181 (E7, Mon) Verma, Atul ................................... 689 (B11, Tue) Verma, Atul .......... 533 (B7, Tue), 719 (B11, Wed) Vernoux, Philippe ..........................253 (B1, Thu), ................................ 466 (B5, Wed), 528 (B7, Tue) Vesely, Ales ...................................... 31 (A1, Mon) Vetter, Christopher ........................ 902 (D1, Thu) Viaud, Patrick ................................ 746 (B12, Tue) Vidyarthi, Vinay . ............................ 341 (B2, Tue) Vieil, Eric ........................................ 1737 (I3, Tue) Vieille, Claire . ................................... 5 (A1, Mon) Vigdergauz, Vladimir ..................1362 (G4, Mon) Vigva, Sergey .................................1535 (H3, Tue) Vilciauskas, Linas ......................... 1731 (I3, Mon) Villa, Benito .................................... 66 (A1, Mon) Villa, Carlos . .................................1538 (H4, Tue) Villadares, Julio ................................. 83 (A2, Tue) Villalvilla, Jose Moises ................1622 (H8, Mon) Villegas, Carmen .........................1478 (H2, Mon) Villemure, Gilles ............................ 1752 (I4, Tue) Vinatier, Philippe .......................... 746 (B12, Tue) Vincent, Benjamin .......................... 987 (E2, Tue) Vincent, Benjamin ....................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Vinten, Phillip . ...........................1504 (H3, Mon) Vion-Dury, Benoit ..........................571 (B7, Wed)

Visser, Jaco ..................................... 1793 (J1, Tue) Viswanath, R.N. ........................... 1224 (F1, Wed) Viswanathan, Venkat .................... 483 (B7, Mon) Vito, Nicholas ....713 (B11, Wed), 728 (B11, Thu) Vivier, Vincent .... 884 (D1, Wed), 1304 (G1, Mon) Vizuete, Maria ...............................1457 (H1, Tue) Vogel, Eric ....................................... 937 (E1, Tue) Vokac, Elizabeth . ......................... 1582 (H4, Thu) Volodin, Vladimir ......................... 1006 (E2, Tue) Volz, Kerstin ................................. 1212 (E7, Wed) Vondrak, Jiri .................................... 205 (B1, Tue) Vorobyev, Sergei . ........................1362 (G4, Mon) Vukmirovic, Miomir .................... 482 (B7, Mon), .......................................................1764 (I4, Wed) Vukovic, Lela . .............................. 1582 (H4, Thu) Vynnycky, Michael .........................256 (B1, Thu) Vyskocil, Vlastimil ........................ 1834 (J2, Thu)

Wang, J. ..........................................107 (A2, Wed) Wang, Jer-Chyi . ... 979 (E2, Mon), 1122 (E5, Mon) Wang, Jiajun ................................... 505 (B7, Tue) Wang, Jiale ................................... 1114 (E4, Wed) Wang, Jialin . ...............................1350 (G4, Mon) Wang, Jian-Qiang . .. 76 (A1, Mon), 1237 (F1, Thu) Wang, Jiaxiong . .............................1263 (F2, Tue) Wang, Jiazhao ................................. 375 (B3, Tue) Wang, Jin ....................................... 129 (A2, Thu) Wang, Jingpeng . ............................597 (B7, Wed) Wang, Joanne . ............................... 1805 (J1, Tue) Wang, Jyh-Liang ............................. 58 (A1, Mon) Wang, Li-Yeh ............................... 1331 (G3, Wed) Wang, Liya ............. 49 (A1, Mon), 594 (B7, Wed) Wang, Ming-Wen .......................... 777 (C1, Mon) Wang, Nai guang .......................... 766 (B12, Tue) Wang, Peng Hui (Milton).............. 1078 (E3, Wed) Wang, Ri chu . ............................... 766 (B12, Tue) Wang, Rongyue ............................ 1217 (F1, Wed) Wang, Roy Chih Chung ............... 1049 (E3, Tue) Wang, Ruigang .............................. 681 (B11, Tue) Wang, Shengjun . ........................... 1693 (I1, Tue) Wang, Shengkai .............................. 988 (E2, Tue) Wang, Shin-Yuan .......................... 1008 (E2, Tue) Wang, Shuang ..............................1038 (E3, Mon) Wang, Shukuan .............................1460 (H1, Tue) Wang, Siwei . ................................. 679 (B11, Tue) Wang, Stephen ...............................598 (B7, Wed) Wang, Wei ...................................... 1718 (I1, Tue) Wang, Wei ..................................... 1199 (E7, Tue) Wang, Wei ..................................... 352 (B3, Mon) Wang, Wei Sheng ..........................1448 (G5, Tue) Wang, Wei-E . ............................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Wang, Xiaodong ...........................1824 (J1, Wed) Wang, Xiaoyong .........................1509 (H3, Mon) Wang, Y. A.............. 1801 (J1, Tue), 1829 (J2, Thu) Wang, Y. A....................................... 1808 (J1, Tue) Wang, Yanru . ................................. 1789 (I5, Tue) Wang, Yaqi .................................... 1148 (E6, Tue) Wang, Ying-Lang . .........................1379 (G4, Tue) Wang, Yiran .................................... 414 (B4, Tue) Wang, Yongxin . .............................. 559 (B7, Tue) Wang, You ....................................... 968 (E1, Tue) Wang, Yu-Lin ................................ 1155 (E6, Tue) Wang, Yuchun ................................ 968 (E1, Tue) Wang, Yuelin . .................................860 (D1, Tue) Wang, Yun . ...................................1421 (G5, Tue) Wang, Zhimin ............................. 1614 (H5, Wed) Wang, Zhong-De ............................. 309 (B2, Tue) Wang, Zhong-Sheng .....................1641 (H9, Tue) Wang, Zi-Ming ...... 76 (A1, Mon), 1237 (F1, Thu) Wanger, Greg .................................426 (B4, Wed) Ward, B.J. ...................................... 1156 (E6, Tue) Warwick, Michael ........................1120 (E5, Mon) Watahiki, Kenji .............................1766 (I4, Wed) Watanabe, Heiji . ............................. 927 (E1, Tue) Watanabe, Hiroshi .......................... 329 (B2, Tue) Watanabe, Masahiro ....................... 549 (B7, Tue) Watanabe, Masaya ......................... 1799 (J1, Tue) Watanabe, Masayoshi .................1396 (G5, Mon) Watanuki, Kohei ............................. 970 (E1, Tue) Watkins, Simon . ......................... 1577 (H4, Wed) Watling, Kym M...........................1360 (G4, Mon) Watts, Benjamin . .......................... 1047 (E3, Tue) Weber, André ............................... 699 (B11, Tue), ........................... 704 (B11, Wed), 706 (B11, Wed) Weber, Ulrich .................................. 929 (E1, Tue) Wehe, David . ............................... 1065 (E3, Wed) Wehl, Ines ...........614 (B7, Thu), 1400 (G5, Mon) Wei, Bingqing .......307 (B2, Tue), 1587 (H4, Thu) Wei, Bo ..........................................723 (B11, Thu) Wei, Hua ................1801 (J1, Tue), 1808 (J1, Tue) Wei, Hua ....................................... 1829 (J2, Thu) Wei, Liu .........................................1380 (G4, Tue) Wei, S. ............................................. 314 (B2, Tue) Wei, Tianshi ..................................723 (B11, Thu) Weidner, John ............................ 1327 (G3, Wed), .........................1332 (G3, Wed), 1333 (G3, Wed), .........................................................251 (B1, Thu)

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Wachsman, Eric ............................728 (B11, Thu) Wachsman, Eric ..........................713 (B11, Wed), ......................................................717 (B11, Wed) Wadhwa, Pooja .............................1548 (H4, Tue) Wagner, Anja . ...1248 (F2, Mon), 1251 (F2, Mon) Wagner, Michael J.......................... 650 (B10, Tue) Wagner, Norbert . .... 538 (B7, Tue), 614 (B7, Thu) Wagner, Stefan F. . ......................... 688 (B11, Tue) Wahila, M . ...................................... 379 (B3, Tue) Wajda, Cory .................................... 928 (E1, Tue) Wakabayashi, Hitoshi ....................916 (E1, Mon) Waki, Keiko ..................................... 13 (A1, Mon) Wakizaka, Yasuaki ......................... 497 (B7, Mon) Waldeck, David ............................ 1723 (I3, Mon) Waldecker, James ............................ 175 (B1, Tue) Waldron, Niamh .......................... 1208 (E7, Wed) Waldvogel, Siegfried R.................... 807 (C2, Sun) Walker, Wesley ............................ 629 (B10, Mon) Walker, Wesley T............................ 643 (B10, Tue) Wall, John .....................................1492 (H2, Tue) Wallace, Gordon ...........................215 (B1, Wed), ........................................................ 904 (D1, Thu) Wallace, Jean Marie . .....................591 (B7, Wed), ....................................................... 752 (B12, Tue) Wallace, Robert M........................... 937 (E1, Tue), .............................. 940 (E1, Tue), 1202 (E7, Mon) Walsh, Andy . ................................1552 (H4, Tue) Walsh, Darren ...............................103 (A2, Wed), ................................ 264 (B1, Fri), 1726 (I3, Mon) Walsh, Frank ...... 385 (B3, Wed), 1330 (G3, Wed) Walz, Kenneth A............................ 151 (B1, Mon) Wampler, Wesley . ......................... 492 (B7, Mon) Wan, Li-Jun .................................. 1768 (I5, Mon) Wang, Ben ....................................... 518 (B7, Tue) Wang, Boyang .............................. 1582 (H4, Thu) Wang, Brian ................................... 1759 (I4, Tue) Wang, Chao ................................... 1755 (I4, Tue) Wang, Chao ........ 592 (B7, Wed), 1216 (F1, Wed) Wang, Chao-Yang ...........................240 (B1, Thu) Wang, Chenhao ........................... 1590 (H4, Thu) Wang, Chunlei ............................. 1291 (F2, Wed) Wang, Chunsheng ........................ 284 (B2, Mon) Wang, Deyu . ................................. 753 (B12, Tue) Wang, Dong ................................. 1768 (I5, Mon) Wang, Fang-Hsing . ......................... 59 (A1, Mon) Wang, Gang ...... 1205 (E7, Wed), 1208 (E7, Wed) Wang, Guan-Wu .........................1475 (H2, Mon) Wang, Guigui ........... 326 (B2, Tue), 327 (B2, Tue) Wang, Guo-Xiong .......................... 540 (B7, Tue), .................................. 555 (B7, Tue), 560 (B7, Tue) Wang, Haijang ............................1400 (G5, Mon) Wang, Haijiang ............................. 138 (B1, Mon) Wang, Haijiang ..... 182 (B1, Tue), 760 (B12, Tue), ......1408 (G5, Tue), 1411 (G5, Tue), 1421 (G5, Tue) Wang, Haijiang ....... 272 (B1, Fri), 349 (B2, Wed), ......572 (B7, Wed), 576 (B7, Wed), 762 (B12, Tue) Wang, Haijiang .............................1409 (G5, Tue) Wang, Hequn ..............................1044 (E3, Mon), .............................. 1058 (E3, Tue), 1059 (E3, Tue) Wang, Hsin ..................................... 319 (B2, Tue)

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Weiner, Brad R ................................ 208 (B1, Tue) Weinstein, Lawrence ......................228 (B1, Wed) Weisman, R. Bruce .....................1516 (H3, Mon), .............................1522 (H3, Tue), 1542 (H4, Tue) Weiss, Michelle .............................1542 (H4, Tue) Weissmueller, Joerg ...................... 1228 (F1, Wed) Weissmüller, J. J............................. 1224 (F1, Wed) Wells, Michael . .............................1463 (H1, Tue) Weng, Yiming .......... 326 (B2, Tue), 327 (B2, Tue) Weng, Yu-Ching . ............................ 462 (B5, Tue) Werner, Ronald .............................1820 (J1, Wed) Werner-Washburne, Margaret ....... 16 (A1, Mon), ......................................................... 416 (B4, Tue) Wernik, Jacob M.............................. 119 (A2, Thu) Wessel, Silvia ........... 543 (B7, Tue), 546 (B7, Tue), .......................................................1411 (G5, Tue) Wessells, Colin ...............................223 (B1, Wed) Wessendorf, Florian ......................1497 (H2, Tue) West, Alan ......................................1258 (F2, Tue) West, Richard ..................................782 (C1, Tue) West, William . ................................ 167 (B1, Tue) Weston, David P...........................1297 (G1, Mon) Wetzel, David .................................. 409 (B4, Tue) Wheat, Harovel G........................... 903 (D1, Thu) Whitacre, J. ............ 308 (B2, Tue), 479 (B6, Wed) Whitaker, James ...........................1463 (H1, Tue), .......................................................1496 (H2, Tue) White, Henry S. ..............................787 (C1, Tue) White, Ralph ...................................239 (B1, Thu) Wiberg, Gustav K............................. 521 (B7, Tue) Wieckowski, Andrzej . ....................611 (B7, Thu), .......................................................1761 (I4, Wed) Wieczorek, Władysław .................... 299 (B2, Tue) Wiegmann, Andreas ......................582 (B7, Wed) Wiekowski, Andrzej ........................ 513 (B7, Tue) Wierzbinski, Emil . ....................... 1723 (I3, Mon) Wikfeldt, Kjartan . ......................... 485 (B7, Mon) Wilburn, Jeremy . .......................... 775 (C1, Mon) Wilhelm, Michaela ....................... 756 (B12, Tue) Wilkinson, David ........................... 182 (B1, Tue), ..............................261 (B1, Thu), 1344 (G3, Thu) Willander, Magnus . ...................... 1849 (J2, Thu) William, David ...............................919 (E1, Mon) Williams, Caitlin R............................. 8 (A1, Mon) Williams, James R. .......................1180 (E7, Mon) Williams, John .............................. 1157 (E6, Tue) Williams, Maureen . ..................... 1023 (E2, Wed) Williamson, Todd . ......................... 1795 (J1, Tue) Williford, Rick ............................... 753 (B12, Tue) Willson, C. Grant ........................... 113 (A2, Thu) Wilson, James ............................. 640 (B10, Mon) Wilson, Lauren . .......................... 1568 (H4, Wed) Wilson, Lon . .......1539 (H4, Tue), 1541 (H4, Tue) Wilson, Marshall ............................917 (E1, Mon) Wilson, Patrick R...........................1083 (E4, Mon) Winfield, Jonathan ........................423 (B4, Wed) Winfree, Erik ............................... 1566 (H4, Wed) Wirth, Gilson ............................... 1026 (E2, Wed) Wirth, Thomas ..............................1820 (J1, Wed) Wisnieff, Robert ...........................1184 (E7, Mon) Wittmann-Teneze, Karine ........... 663 (B11, Mon) Wittmar, M. . .................................. 118 (A2, Thu) Wittstock, A. ................................ 1224 (F1, Wed) Wittstock, Arne ............................ 1223 (F1, Wed) Witvrouw, Ann .............................1817 (J1, Wed) Wojcieszak, Daniel ........................ 1097 (E4, Tue) Wojcik, Jacek ................................1083 (E4, Mon) Wolf, Michael O. ............................. 312 (B2, Tue) Wolz, André .................................. 294 (B2, Mon) Wong, Curtis ...................................241 (B1, Thu) Wong, Lian-Hong ........................... 61 (A1, Mon) Wong, Tiffany ..........303 (B2, Tue), 786 (C1, Tue) Wontcheu, Joseph . ......................... 32 (A1, Mon) Woo, Leta Y.............1793 (J1, Tue), 1794 (J1, Tue) Woo, Sang-Wook . ......................... 354 (B3, Mon) Woo, Seunghee ..............................587 (B7, Wed) Woo, Sung-Ho ...............................1648 (H9, Tue) Wood, Joshua ................................ 1197 (E7, Tue)

Woods, Ronald ...........................1351 (G4, Mon), .........................1352 (G4, Mon), 1354 (G4, Mon) Woolley, Adam . ...........................1250 (F2, Mon) Worden, R. Mark ............................... 5 (A1, Mon) Wouters, Jesse . ............................1298 (G1, Mon) Wu, Chien Shun ...........................1422 (G5, Tue) Wu, Chung-An Max . ......................789 (C1, Tue) Wu, Chung-Hung .......................... 1828 (J2, Tue) Wu, Gang ............... 493 (B7, Mon), 511 (B7, Tue) Wu, Gang ........................................ 414 (B4, Tue) Wu, Guosheng ...............................597 (B7, Wed) Wu, Hsien-Chang ......................... 139 (B1, Mon) Wu, Huiming ......... 250 (B1, Thu), 252 (B1, Thu) Wu, Hung-Chun ........................... 139 (B1, Mon) Wu, Hung-Yu ........... 965 (E1, Tue), 966 (E1, Tue) Wu, Jia-Rong ........ 48 (A1, Mon), 1206 (E7, Wed) Wu, Jian ......................................... 124 (A2, Thu) Wu, Jinfeng ...................................1408 (G5, Tue) Wu, Junwei . ......................................266 (B1, Fri) Wu, Meng-Chyi .... 1166 (E6, Tue), 1828 (J2, Tue) Wu, Min-Lin ................................ 1206 (E7, Wed) Wu, Min-Lin ................................... 48 (A1, Mon) Wu, Ming-Chi .............................. 1018 (E2, Wed) Wu, Nae-Lih .................................. 139 (B1, Mon) Wu, Nianqiang . ............................. 129 (A2, Thu) Wu, Pu-Wei ..........536 (B7, Tue), 1331 (G3, Wed) Wu, Sean ....................................... 1100 (E4, Tue) Wu, Shao-Ling ............................1304 (G1, Mon) Wu, Shaohong ..............................1411 (G5, Tue) Wu, She-huang ............................. 140 (B1, Mon) Wu, Shich-Chuan ........................... 102 (A2, Tue) Wu, Shu-Hua ................................... 33 (A1, Mon) Wu, Tai-Bor ................................... 1001 (E2, Tue) Wu, Tien-Yu ...................................982 (E2, Mon) Wu, Yanqing ................................ 1209 (E7, Wed) Wu, YewChung Sermon . ................ 966 (E1, Tue) Wu, YewChung Sermon . ................ 965 (E1, Tue) Wu, You-Lin .......... 1003 (E2, Tue), 1812 (J1, Tue) Wu, Yun-Fang ............................... 1109 (E4, Tue) Wu, Yung-Hsien ............................. 48 (A1, Mon), ...................................................... 1206 (E7, Wed) Wudl, Fred . ................................... 643 (B10, Tue) Wuu, Dong Sing . .......................... 1147 (E6, Tue) Wycisk, Ryszard ..........................1406 (G5, Mon)

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Xia, Gordon .................................... 371 (B3, Tue) Xia, H. ............................................227 (B1, Wed) Xia, Nannan . ... 1585 (H4, Thu), 1654 (H9, Wed) Xiao, Jie ......................................... 753 (B12, Tue) Xiao, Meng . .................................... 186 (B1, Tue) Xiao, Saijun . ......... 270 (B1, Fri), 1388 (G4, Wed) Xiao, Xingcheng ...........................1239 (F1, Thu) Xiaoye, Liang ..................................619 (B7, Thu) Xie, Dong ................. 326 (B2, Tue), 327 (B2, Tue) Xie, Jiaona ................................... 634 (B10, Mon) Xie, Zhong ......................................616 (B7, Thu) Xie, Zhong .............580 (B7, Wed), 623 (B7, Thu) Xiong, Mingwen ............................. 461 (B5, Tue) Xiong, Yue-Ping ...........................714 (B11, Wed) Xu, Chang-Qing . .......................... 1047 (E3, Tue) Xu, Feina .......................................1445 (G5, Tue) Xu, Hai-Chao ................................. 803 (C2, Sun) Xu, Hengyi .................................... 1801 (J1, Tue), ............................... 1808 (J1, Tue), 1829 (J2, Thu) Xu, J.C. .......................................... 1156 (E6, Tue) Xu, Jialiang ....................................... 95 (A2, Tue) Xu, Jingjun . ................................. 1075 (E3, Wed) Xu, Kang ........................................213 (B1, Wed) Xu, Kun ........................................... 968 (E1, Tue) Xu, Lingling .................................1090 (E4, Mon) Xu, Qingmin .................................. 1787 (I5, Tue) Xu, Wu .......................................... 753 (B12, Tue) Xu, Yang ........................................ 1197 (E7, Tue) Xu, Ye ................... 754 (B12, Tue), 765 (B12, Tue)

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Yagi, Ichizo ........ 1467 (H1, Tue), 1653 (H9, Wed) Yagi, Shunsuke ............................... 115 (A2, Thu) Yamabe, Kikuo ............................... 993 (E2, Tue), .................................. 995 (E2, Tue), 997 (E2, Tue) Yamada, Atsuo ..............................730 (B11, Thu) Yamada, Hirohisa ............................ 553 (B7, Tue) Yamada, Keisaku ... 918 (E1, Mon), 993 (E2, Tue), .................................. 995 (E2, Tue), 997 (E2, Tue) Yamada, Michio .......................... 1592 (H4, Thu), .......................................................1594 (H5, Tue) Yamada, Ryuta ............................. 1113 (E4, Wed) Yamada, Sunao . .......................... 1661 (H9, Wed) Yamada, Takahiro . ....................... 1073 (E3, Wed) Yamada, Tomonori . ....................1474 (H2, Mon) Yamaguchi, Daisuke ........................ 401 (B4, Tue) Yamaguchi, Keita ......................... 1017 (E2, Wed) Yamaguchi, Shu ............................ 683 (B11, Tue) Yamaguchi, Takeo ...........................451 (B4, Thu) Yamaji, Katsuhiko ........................714 (B11, Wed) Yamakawa, Shinya .........................916 (E1, Mon) Yamamoto, Kazuhiro ...................... 361 (B3, Tue) Yamamoto, Naoki ........................ 1073 (E3, Wed) Yamamoto, Osamu ....................... 748 (B12, Tue) Yamamoto, Takao ........................... 179 (B1, Tue) Yamamoto, Takashi ........................ 804 (C2, Sun) Yamamoto, Tetsuya ...................... 1073 (E3, Wed) Yamamoto, Yoshimasa .................. 356 (B3, Mon) Yamanaka, Toshiro . ....................... 306 (B2, Tue), ........ 323 (B2, Tue), 329 (B2, Tue), 350 (B2, Wed), ...........540 (B7, Tue), 555 (B7, Tue), 560 (B7, Tue) Yamasaki, Takahiro ......................... 941 (E1, Tue) Yamashita, Eigo ............................. 764 (B12, Tue) Yamashita, Satoru ........................... 970 (E1, Tue) Yamauchi, Yusuke .......................... 815 (C2, Sun) Yamazaki, Shin-ichi ...................... 280 (B2, Mon) Yan, Jheng-Tai .... 1142 (E6, Mon), 1151 (E6, Tue) Yan, Maocheng .............................. 902 (D1, Thu) Yan, Yanfa ....................................... 315 (B2, Tue) Yanagi, Hiroyuki ....... 192 (B1, Tue), 275 (B1, Fri) Yanagishita, Takashi . .................. 1667 (H9, Wed) Yanev, Vasil ..................................... 986 (E2, Tue) Yang, C. R. . .....................................246 (B1, Thu) Yang, Cary ....................................1126 (E5, Mon) Yang, Chenghao . .........................718 (B11, Wed) Yang, Cheolnam .............................854 (D1, Tue) Yang, Chia-Han ............................... 957 (E1, Tue) Yang, Chien-Hsin ............................843 (C3, Tue) Yang, Dongfang .............................. 530 (B7, Tue) Yang, DooHwan .....1134 (E5, Tue), 1317 (G1, Tue) Yang, Feng Lien . ...........................1448 (G5, Tue) Yang, Fuqian .................................1239 (F1, Thu) Yang, Gary . ..................................... 371 (B3, Tue) Yang, Haesik ..........1691 (I1, Tue), 1717 (I1, Tue), ............................... 1719 (I1, Tue), 1836 (J2, Thu) Yang, Hojung ..............................1308 (G1, Mon) Yang, Hua ........1602 (H5, Wed), 1608 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1614 (H5, Wed) Yang, Hui . ........... 290 (B2, Mon), 1420 (G5, Tue) Yang, Hui . ............ 1440 (G5, Tue), 1693 (I1, Tue) Yang, Jeongyeol . ........................... 1155 (E6, Tue) Yang, Joel K.W. .............................1180 (E7, Mon) Yang, Jong ..................................... 1161 (E6, Tue) Yang, Lei . ........................................ 534 (B7, Tue) Yang, Nai-Tao .................................. 461 (B5, Tue) Yang, Nancy Y....................................262 (B1, Fri) Yang, O-Bong .............1 (A1, Mon), 335 (B2, Tue) Yang, Quan .................................1295 (G1, Mon) Yang, Shangfeng ..........................1466 (H1, Tue), ........................ 1487 (H2, Mon), 1603 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1615 (H5, Wed) Yang, Xiaowei ................................215 (B1, Wed) Yang, Xiyun ..................................1371 (G4, Tue) Yang, Yinxiao ...............................1180 (E7, Mon) Yang, Yu-Lin .................................... 102 (A2, Tue) Yang, Yuan ............367 (B3, Tue), 1586 (H4, Thu) Yang, Yunsong ..............................1442 (G5, Tue) Yang, Yunsong ..............................1441 (G5, Tue) 141


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Author............................................................. Abs No.

Author............................................................. Abs No.

Yang, Z. Gary . ................................. 366 (B3, Tue) Yano, Hiroshi .................................. 549 (B7, Tue) Yao, Jiannian .................................. 1708 (I1, Tue) Yao, Masaru ................................... 280 (B2, Mon) Yasakau, K.A ................................... 118 (A2, Thu) Yashiro, Keiji ................................. 678 (B11, Tue) Yasuda, Kazuaki . .... 280 (B2, Mon), 565 (B7, Tue) Yasuda, Tomohiro .......................1396 (G5, Mon) Yasuda, Yukio .................................918 (E1, Mon) Yau, Tak Cheung ............................. 180 (B1, Tue) Ye, Peide ..............974 (E2, Mon), 1209 (E7, Wed) Ye, Siyu ..................... 505 (B7, Tue), 515 (B7, Tue) Ye, Xinhao . ..................................... 414 (B4, Tue) Ye, Yu-Ren ......................................979 (E2, Mon) Yeates, Alan T................................... 162 (B1, Tue) Yeh, Nai-Chang ............................. 1195 (E7, Tue) Yeh, Shu-Chi ................................. 1057 (E3, Tue) Yeh, Yu-Ting ................................. 1018 (E2, Wed) Yelton, W. Graham ...................... 1277 (F2, Wed) Yelton, W. Graham ...................... 157 (B1, Mon), ......................................................... 310 (B2, Tue) Yen, Li-Chen ............ 960 (E1, Tue), 961 (E1, Tue) Yen, Shichern ............................... 1590 (H4, Thu) Yeo, In-Hyeong .............................. 318 (B2, Tue), ................................ 320 (B2, Tue), 1103 (E4, Tue) Yeo, In-Hyeong ..............................351 (B2, Wed) Yeo, Yee-Chia .................................925 (E1, Mon) Yi, Jae Shin ...................................... 198 (B1, Tue) Yi, Junsin . ........... 1132 (E5, Tue), 1134 (E5, Tue), ............................... 1136 (E5, Tue), 1743 (I3, Tue) Yi, Soung Soo ....... 1105 (E4, Tue), 1106 (E4, Tue) Yi, Xiaofang ............ 333 (B2, Tue), 544 (B7, Tue), ....... 545 (B7, Tue), 1323 (G3, Tue), 1324 (G3, Tue), .................................. 1716 (I1, Tue), 1718 (I1, Tue) Yildiz, Bilge ...................................729 (B11, Thu) Yim, Jae Hwan . ............................... 51 (A1, Mon) Yin, Fengxiang .............................. 494 (B7, Mon) Yin, Renhe . ...................................1311 (G1, Tue) Yin, Yimei . ...................................... 461 (B5, Tue) Yingying, Gu .................................1380 (G4, Tue) Yokokawa, Harumi .......................714 (B11, Wed) Yokota, Yukie .............................. 1663 (H9, Wed) Yong, Kijung ...... 981 (E2, Mon), 1141 (E6, Mon) Yoo, Bongyoung . ............................ 40 (A1, Mon) Yoo, Dae-Han .................................. 955 (E1, Tue) Yoo, Dong Jin ....... 200 (B1, Tue), 1426 (G5, Tue), .......................................................1449 (G5, Tue) Yoo, Jae Soo ...................................1469 (H1, Tue) Yoo, Pil J. ......................................... 339 (B2, Tue) Yoo, Seung Joon ............................. 814 (C2, Sun) Yoo, Woo Sik ............ 958 (E1, Tue), 959 (E1, Tue) Yoo, Young-Sub ............................... 955 (E1, Tue) Yoon, Gil Sang ........863 (D1, Tue), 864 (D1, Tue) Yoon, Hee Sung ............................713 (B11, Wed) Yoon, Il Ju ..................................... 142 (B1, Mon) Yoon, Jaegu ................................. 630 (B10, Mon) Yoon, Jaeho ................................... 1104 (E4, Tue) Yoon, Jong . ..................................... 189 (B1, Tue) Yoon, Kichan . ............................... 1136 (E5, Tue) Yoon, Kyung Joong .........................615 (B7, Thu) Yoon, Roe-Hoan ..........................1350 (G4, Mon) Yoon, Songhun ............................... 183 (B1, Tue) Yoon, Soon-Gil .............................1125 (E5, Mon) Yoon, Sukeun ................................ 652 (B10, Tue) Yoonessi, Mitra . ............................ 1200 (E7, Tue) Yoosaf, K. . .....................................1454 (H1, Tue) York, Sara . ......................................477 (B6, Wed) Yoshida, Jun-ichi ............................ 810 (C2, Sun) Yoshida, Katsuya ........................ 1652 (H9, Wed), ..................................................... 1669 (H9, Wed) Yoshida, Mahoro ............................. 988 (E2, Tue) Yoshida, Sayuki ............................... 47 (A1, Mon) Yoshida, Toshihiro .......................... 361 (B3, Tue) Yoshii, Kazuki . ...............................590 (B7, Wed) Yoshikawa, Daisuke . .....................736 (B11, Thu) Yoshikawa, Osamu ......................1634 (H8, Mon) Yoshikawa, Susumu . .....................1640 (H9, Tue) Yoshikawa, Susumu . ......................473 (B5, Wed) Yoshikawa, Susumu . ...................1634 (H8, Mon)

Young, Alan . .......... 515 (B7, Tue), 574 (B7, Wed) Young, Chadwin .......................... 1204 (E7, Wed) Yourey, William M..........................228 (B1, Wed) Yu, Aiping ....................................... 25 (A1, Mon) Yu, Bin . ......................................... 1187 (E7, Tue) Yu, Chunfu . .................................. 497 (B7, Mon) Yu, Cunjiang ................................ 1587 (H4, Thu) Yu, Hsiang Chun . ........................... 322 (B2, Tue) Yu, Hua-Zhong ............................. 773 (C1, Mon), ..............................1728 (I3, Mon), 1741 (I3, Tue) Yu, Hua-Zhong .............................. 1831 (J2, Thu) Yu, Jun-Yi .....................................1144 (E6, Mon) Yu, MingBin ...................................914 (E1, Mon) Yu, Qiuming . ....... 1847 (J2, Thu), 1848 (J2, Thu) Yu, Tianhua ................................... 1187 (E7, Tue) Yu, Xingwen . ..................................608 (B7, Thu) Yu, Yingqiu ................................... 1059 (E3, Tue) Yuan, Dingsheng . ....................... 1585 (H4, Thu), ..................................................... 1654 (H9, Wed) Yuan, Susu . .....................................782 (C1, Tue) Yuan, Ting .....................................1420 (G5, Tue) Yuan, Xiao-Zi ................................ 138 (B1, Mon) Yuan, Xiao-Zi ....... 349 (B2, Wed), 572 (B7, Wed), ............................ 576 (B7, Wed), 1400 (G5, Mon) Yuan, Xiao-Zi ................................1409 (G5, Tue) Yuan, Xiaozi ..................................1408 (G5, Tue) Yuan, Xing .................................... 763 (B12, Tue) Yuan, Yong .....................................425 (B4, Wed) Yudasaka, Masako .........................1457 (H1, Tue) Yugami, Jiro . ......... 918 (E1, Mon), 930 (E1, Tue), ......................................................... 993 (E2, Tue) Yuh, Chao-Yi ................................... 548 (B7, Tue) Yuk, Hyungsang ............................. 125 (A2, Thu) Yun, Ju-Young .......841 (C3, Tue), 1555 (H4, Tue) Yun, Kwi-Sub . ...............................1326 (G3, Tue) Yushin, Gleb . .......218 (B1, Wed), 286 (B2, Mon), ......................................................... 313 (B2, Tue) Yuzvinsky, Thomas ........................426 (B4, Wed)

Zhang, Gregory ............................. 759 (B12, Tue) Zhang, Guiping ............................1243 (F2, Mon) Zhang, Haiying ............................. 1053 (E3, Tue) Zhang, Huamin ............................... 365 (B3, Tue) Zhang, Hui ................ 166 (B1, Tue), 266 (B1, Fri) Zhang, J. .........................................914 (E1, Mon) Zhang, Ji-Guang ............................ 753 (B12, Tue) Zhang, Jiujun ........ 174 (B1, Tue), 289 (B2, Mon), ...... 488 (B7, Mon), 509 (B7, Tue), 1411 (G5, Tue) Zhang, Jiujun ........ 744 (B11, Fri), 762 (B12, Tue) Zhang, Kai ....................................1183 (E7, Mon) Zhang, Lei .............. 174 (B1, Tue), 488 (B7, Mon) Zhang, Lifeng ..................................261 (B1, Thu) Zhang, Lin . ...... 1466 (H1, Tue), 1612 (H5, Wed), ..................................................... 1615 (H5, Wed) Zhang, Rui . ................................. 1333 (G3, Wed) Zhang, Sheng ..................................860 (D1, Tue) Zhang, Shengsheng . .....................1408 (G5, Tue) Zhang, Shi-Li . ............................. 1575 (H4, Wed) Zhang, Tao .................................... 748 (B12, Tue) Zhang, Tianhao ............................. 1192 (E7, Tue) Zhang, Wenbin .............................. 1697 (I1, Tue) Zhang, Wenfeng . ........................ 1603 (H5, Wed) Zhang, Xiaofeng ......................... 631 (B10, Mon) Zhang, Xiaogang . ......................... 290 (B2, Mon) Zhang, Xiaoxian ...........................1436 (G5, Tue) Zhang, Xinge .................................. 530 (B7, Tue) Zhang, Y-H Percival . ....................... 414 (B4, Tue) Zhang, Yansheng . .........................1366 (G4, Tue) Zhang, Yaohui ...............................723 (B11, Thu) Zhang, Yayuan ............................ 634 (B10, Mon) Zhang, Ying . ................................... 933 (E1, Tue) Zhang, Yuegang ........................... 1586 (H4, Thu) Zhang, Zhi-Bin ............................ 1575 (H4, Wed) Zhang, Zhian . .............................. 1176 (E6, Wed) Zhang, Zhiguo . ............................1090 (E4, Mon) Zhang, Zhiyi . ................................ 1047 (E3, Tue) Zhang, Zhong-Lin ........................... 309 (B2, Tue) Zhao, Chuan ..................................1671 (I1, Sun) Zhao, Fei . ...................................... 679 (B11, Tue) Zhao, Jianhua . ............................1037 (E3, Mon), ......................... 1038 (E3, Mon), 1044 (E3, Mon), .............................. 1058 (E3, Tue), 1059 (E3, Tue) Zhao, Lihua .................................. 1075 (E3, Wed) Zhao, Linlin .................................. 1832 (J2, Thu) Zhao, Na Hong . .............................. 408 (B4, Tue) Zhao, Nahong .................................442 (B4, Thu) Zhao, Qing Tai ................................ 944 (E1, Tue) Zhao, Wei ....................................1513 (H3, Mon) Zhao, Xinsheng . .............................623 (B7, Thu) Zhao, Yonggang ............................1311 (G1, Tue) Zhecheva, Ekaterina . .................... 137 (B1, Mon) Zheludkevich, M.L. ........................ 118 (A2, Thu) Zheng, Honghe .... 211 (B1, Wed), 631 (B10, Mon) Zheng, Jianping ..... 518 (B7, Tue), 751 (B12, Tue) Zheng, Li-Rong ........................... 1575 (H4, Wed) Zheng, Lifeng .............................. 1570 (H4, Wed) Zheng, M. .......1506 (H3, Mon), 1509 (H3, Mon), .......................................................1520 (H3, Tue) Zheng, Min ........1258 (F2, Tue), 1519 (H3, Mon) Zhitenev, Nikolai ......................... 1025 (E2, Wed) Zhitomirsky, Igor ..........................1461 (H1, Tue) Zhong, Wei . ................................... 814 (C2, Sun) Zhong, Zhenyu ............................ 1213 (E7, Wed) Zhou, Chongwu .......................... 1561 (H4, Wed) Zhou, David D. ...............................781 (C1, Tue) Zhou, Fei ..................................... 624 (B10, Mon) Zhou, Jie .......................................... 327 (B2, Tue) Zhou, Jigang . .................................107 (A2, Wed) Zhou, Tianxiang . ........................ 1585 (H4, Thu), ..................................................... 1654 (H9, Wed) Zhou, Weiwei .............................. 1564 (H4, Wed) Zhou, Xiaodong .......................... 671 (B11, Mon) Zhou, Xiaohang .............................345 (B2, Wed) Zhou, Yi . .......................................1440 (G5, Tue) Zhou, Zhang-Lin ......................... 1567 (H4, Wed) Zhou, Zhiguo .................................. 100 (A2, Tue) Zhou, Zhiqing ............................... 290 (B2, Mon) Zhu, Bin ...................22 (A1, Mon), 558 (B7, Tue)

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Zabala, Miguel . ............................. 1005 (E2, Tue) Zafar, Muhammad N.......................455 (B4, Thu), .........................................................784 (C1, Tue) Zaghib, Karim ............................. 635 (B10, Mon) Zahid, Mohsine ...............................742 (B11, Fri) Zamborini, Francis ........................ 1841 (J2, Thu) Zampori, Luca ...............................1414 (G5, Tue) Zamuner, Martina .......................... 805 (C2, Sun) Zanelli, Claudio ............................. 1682 (I1, Tue) Zang, Yang . ..................................... 309 (B2, Tue) Zappi, Guillermo . ..........................230 (B1, Wed) Zatryb, Grzegorz . .......................... 1097 (E4, Tue) Zauner, Andy . ...... 948 (E1, Tue), 1123 (E5, Mon) Zavadil, Kevin R.............................. 1782 (I5, Tue) Zavareh, Azadeh . ........................... 1741 (I3, Tue) Zawodzinski, Thomas .................... 1740 (I3, Tue) Zdyrko, Bogdan . ........................... 286 (B2, Mon) Zeitler, Elizabeth ............................ 1734 (I3, Tue) Zelenay, Piotr ........ 493 (B7, Mon), 509 (B7, Tue), ......................................................... 511 (B7, Tue) Zeng, Dong-Mei ............................. 1713 (I1, Tue) Zeng, Haishan .............................1035 (E3, Mon), ......................... 1037 (E3, Mon), 1038 (E3, Mon), ........................... 1044 (E3, Mon), 1051 (E3, Tue), .............................. 1058 (E3, Tue), 1059 (E3, Tue) Zeng, Weimin . ..............................1366 (G4, Tue) Zeng, Xianglin ............................. 1031 (E2, Wed) Zengerle, Roland ............................ 177 (B1, Tue), ........................... 641 (B10, Mon), 1419 (G5, Tue) Zepeda-Ruiz, L.A. ......................... 1224 (F1, Wed) Zhabinskaya, Dina ....................... 1583 (H4, Thu) Zhai, Di ........................................1090 (E4, Mon) Zhai, Yunfeng . ....... 562 (B7, Tue), 579 (B7, Wed) Zhan, Zhou .................................... 123 (A2, Thu) Zhang, Chun ................................... 518 (B7, Tue) Zhang, Chunjuan . ..........................740 (B11, Fri) Zhang, Deen . ..............................1297 (G1, Mon) Zhang, Fan ..................................1393 (G5, Mon) Zhang, G.Q. .................................. 751 (B12, Tue)

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Zhu, Hongmin ............................ 1388 (G4, Wed) Zhu, Huanfeng ................................ 516 (B7, Tue) Zhu, J. . ...........................................227 (B1, Wed) Zhu, Kai . ......................................... 315 (B2, Tue) Zhu, Shiping ................................. 1047 (E3, Tue) Zhu, Wei . ........................................ 384 (B3, Tue) Zhu, Wei . ........................................ 518 (B7, Tue) Zhu, Yanqui . ...............................1297 (G1, Mon) Zhu, Yanwu ..................................1182 (E7, Mon) Zhu, Yu . .......................................1184 (E7, Mon) Zhu, Yujie ...................................... 284 (B2, Mon)

Zhuang, Yiqi . ............................... 1076 (E3, Wed) Zhukovskiy, Vladimir . ................ 662 (B11, Mon) Ziegler, Christoph .......................... 177 (B1, Tue), ........................... 641 (B10, Mon), 1419 (G5, Tue) Ziegler, Kirk J..................................1523 (H3, Tue) Ziegler, Larry .................................1552 (H4, Tue) Ziegler, Tom .................................... 529 (B7, Tue) Ziegs, Frank .................................... 1747 (I4, Tue) Zils, Susanne ................................. 294 (B2, Mon) Zinigrad, Ella ................................. 147 (B1, Mon) Zlatev, Roumen K..... 953 (E1, Tue), 1715 (I1, Tue)

Zoladek, Sylwia ..............................596 (B7, Wed) Zosel, Jens ...................................... 1798 (J1, Tue) Zou, Zhiqing ........ 1420 (G5, Tue), 1693 (I1, Tue) Zuev, Andrey ...... 665 (B11, Mon), 690 (B11, Tue) Zukowska, Grazyna .......................1464 (H1, Tue) Zukowska, Grazyna Zofia . .............. 298 (B2, Tue) Zulic, Zana ...............27 (A1, Mon), 419 (B4, Tue) Zunic, Milan . ................................ 695 (B11, Tue) Zuo, Tianming ............................ 1608 (H5, Wed) Zurowski, Artur ..............................596 (B7, Wed) Žužek Rožman, Krisitna ............... 1281 (F2, Wed)

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