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2014 MRS Spring Meeting
April 21, 2014 - April 25, 2014
477 Sessions, 452 Speakers
The 2014 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit featured 57 technical sessions and was chaired by Jose A. Garrido, Sergei V. Kalinin, Edson R. Leite, David Parrillo and Molly Stevens.
 
Awards/Symposium X
5 Sessions
Includes recordings of the Kavli Lecture, Mid-Career Researcher Award Talk, Innovation in Materials Characterization Award Talk, and a Symposium X talk.
 
Tutorials
7 Sessions
The 2014 MRS Spring Meeting included a number of tutorial sessions on important topics in materials research. Select tutorial sessions are presented here.
(FYI – we recorded Tutorials WW, AAA, HH, E/H, FFF, YY, and SS. All were recorded on Monday on the 2000 level of Moscone West)
 
Technology Innovation Forum VII: Challenges and Opportunities in Commercializing Materials Research
3 Sessions
The seventh Technology Innovation Forum focused on various aspects of how to transition a promising materials technology to market. The Forum is intended for researchers and entrepreneurs seeking to: begin a start-up company, create a more entrepreneurial culture within an organization ("intra-preneurial thinking"), or license their technology to an existing company.
 
Women in Materials Science and Engineering Breakfast: “Women Persisting in the STEM Professions”
1 Session
Women continue to be underrepresented in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) professions. In 2013, Women comprised over 47% of the U.S. workforce, including 51% of management and professional employees, but only 45% of scientists, 22% of technology workers, 10% of engineers and 25% of math professions. In this presentation, Kathleen Buse of Case Western Reserve University reviewed herr research that focuses on the complex factors related to women’s persistence in the STEM professions. She described these individual, relational, cultural and organizational factors in detail, and highlighted the factors that differ between men and women—spoiler alert: it’s not family and children. The presentation concluded with recommendations for changing undergraduate education, developing specific skills in STEM women and for changes within organizations.
 
Symposium A: Film-Silicon Science and Technology
26 Sessions
 
Symposium C: Synthesis and Processing of Organic and Polymeric Materials for Semiconductor Applications
21 Sessions
 
Symposium D: Materials for Photoelectrochemical and Photocatalytic Solar-Energy Harvesting and Storage
28 Sessions
 
Symposium E: Earth-Abundant Inorganic Solar-Energy Conversion
25 Sessions
 
Symposium F: Controlling the Interaction between Light and Semiconductor Nanostructures for Energy Applications
14 Sessions
 
Symposium I: Materials for Carbon Capture
11 Sessions
 
Symposium J: Physics of Oxide Thin Films and Heterostructures
2 Sessions
 
Symposium K: Nanostructures, Thin Films and Bulk Oxides— Synthesis, Characterization and Applications
1 Session
 
Symposium L: Materials and Interfaces in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
13 Sessions
 
Symposium N: Research Frontiers on Electrochemical Energy Storage Materials— Design, Synthesis, Characterization and Mod
23 Sessions
 
Symposium R: Materials Challenges and Integration Strategies for Flexible Energy Devices and Systems
22 Sessions
 
Symposium V: Micro- and Nanofluidic Systems for Materials Synthesis, Device Assembly and Bioanalysis
2 Sessions
 
Symposium W: Functional Biomaterials for Regenerative Engineering
14 Sessions
 
Symposium Z: Bioelectronics—Materials, Processes and Applications
16 Sessions
 
Symposium BB: Materials for End-of-Roadmap Devices in Logic, Power and Memory
18 Sessions
 
Symposium CC: New Materials and Processes for Interconnects, Novel Memory and Advanced Display Technologies
1 Session
 
Symposium DD: Silicon Carbide?Materials, Processing and Devices
1 Session
 
Symposium HH: Phase-Change Materials for Memory, Reconfigurable Electronics and Cognitive Applications
12 Sessions
 
Symposium II: Emerging Nanophotonic Materials and Devices
16 Sessions
 
Symposium LL: Transparent Electrodes
17 Sessions
 
Symposium KK: Resonant Optics—Fundamentals and Applications
1 Session
 
Symposium MM: Nanotubes and Related Nanostructures
9 Sessions
 
Symposium NN: 2D Materials and Devices Beyond Graphene
1 Session
 
Symposium OO: De Novo Graphene
33 Sessions
 
Symposium PP: Nanodiamonds—Fundamentals and Applications
8 Sessions
 
Symposium QQ: Computationally Enabled Discoveries in Synthesis, Structure and Properties of Nanoscale Materials
18 Sessions
 
Symposium RR: Solution Synthesis of Inorganic Functional Materials
1 Session
 
Symposium SS: Nanocrystal Growth via Oriented Attachment and Mesocrystal Formation
13 Sessions
 
Symposium TT: Mesoscale Self-Assembly of Nanoparticles—Manufacturing, Functionalization, Assembly and Integration
1 Session
 
Symposium UU: Semiconductor Nanowires—Synthesis, Properties and Applications
21 Sessions
 
Symposium VV: Magnetic Nanomaterials and Nanostructures
1 Session
 
Symposium WW: Materials by Design—Merging Advanced In-Situ Characterization with Predictive Simulation
19 Sessions
 
Symposium XX: Shape Programmable Materials
13 Sessions
 
Symposium EEE: Materials Behavior under Extreme Irradiation, Stress or Temperature
16 Sessions
 
Symposium FFF: Educating and Mentoring Young Materials Scientists for Career Development
13 Sessions
 
 

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