Electronic Materials and Applications 2013 meeting guide

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DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World | Orlando, Fla., USA | Jan. 23 – 25, 2013 electronic materials and applications 2013 www.ceramics.org/ema2013 Show Highlights – Plenary Speakers Organizing COmmittee Quanxi Jia, Electronics Division – Schedule of events Los Alamos National Laboratory qxjia@lanl.gov – Symposia Schedule – networking Opportunities Jia – Hotel information Bryan Huey, Basic Science Division University of Connecticut bhuey@ims.uconn.edu PrOgram Overview Huey Featuring an expanded technical program with a record number Timothy Haugan, Electronics Division of presentations, Electronic Materials and Applications 2013 is jointly programmed by the Electronics and the Basic Science Air Force Research Laboratory Divisions of The American Ceramic Society. The fourth in this se- timothy.haugan@wpafb.af.mil ries of annual international meetings, the 2013 meeting encom- passes energy generation and storage, photovoltaics and LEDs, MEMS/NEMS, superconductors, thermoelectrics, data storage, sensors, actuators, and other functional and nanostructured Haugan materials. The meeting will provide leaders and experts in the field of electronic ceramics the opportunity to discuss funda- 2013 DiviSiOn OffiCerS mental and technological challenges in these areas. Basic Science Division Officers The technical program will include invited lectures, contributed Chair: Jian Luo papers, poster presentations, and roundtables on emerging top- Chair-Elect: Wayne Kaplan ics. Naturally, participants include an international mix of indus- Vice Chair: Eduardo Saiz trial, university, and federal laboratory organizers and research- Secretary: Bryan Huey ers. For students, there also is the opportunity to participate in a Programming Chairs: Bryan Huey and Adam Scotch special student-run symposium. Electronics Division Officers We are pleased to provide this opportunity to focus on electron- Trustee: Dwight Viehland ic materials and applications in 2013, building on the previous Chair: Quanxi Jia success of this conference series as well as the ever-expanding network of scientists in this field. With a continuing goal of Chair-Elect: Steven Tidrow fostering interconnections and collaborations, we expect this Vice Chair: Timothy Haugan meeting will facilitate the presentation and development of new Secretary: Haiyan Wang ideas crucial for future electronic materials, with ultimate ap- Secretary-Elect: Geoffrey Brennecka plications ranging from consumer devices to solutions to grand Programming Chairs: Quanxi Jia and Tim Haugan challenges. Please join us in Orlando in January for this unique experience. 50 www.ceramics.org | American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 92, No. 1


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