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CALL FOR PAPERS Abstract Deadline • November 1, 2011 Abstract Submission Site Opens October 1, 2011 Co-sponsored by the Japan Society of Applied Physics*


ELECTRONICS AND PHOTONICS A


B April 9–13 San Francisco, CA


E F


C


Amorphous and Polycrystalline Thin-Film Silicon Science and Technology


Heterogeneous Integration Challenges of MEMS, Sensor, and CMOS LSI*


Interconnect Challenges for CMOS Technology–Materials, Processes, and Reliability for Downscaling, Packaging, and 3D Stacking


D Nanocontacts–Emerging Materials and Processing for Ohmicity and Rectification


Materials and Physics of Emerging Nonvolatile Memories*


Phase-Change Materials for Memory and Reconfigurable Electronics Applications


G Reliability and Materials Issues of III-V and II-VI Semiconductor Optical and Electron Devices and Materials II*


H Silicon Carbide–Materials, Processing, and Devices I


Materials* J


K L


Organic and Hybrid-Organic Electronics


Advanced Materials and Processes for “Systems-on-Plastic”* Group IV Photonics for Sensing and Imaging*


M Optical Interconnects–Materials, Performance, and Applications


MATERIALS SCIENCE AND MATERIALS CHEMISTRY FOR ENERGY


N One-Dimensional Nanostructured Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage


O Next-Generation Energy Storage Materials and Systems P


Advanced Materials and Nanoframeworks for Hydrogen Storage and Carbon Capture


Q Titanium Dioxide Nanomaterials R Bandgap Engineering and Interfaces of Metal Oxides for Energy S T


Design of Materials for Sustainable Nuclear Energy Bio-inspired Materials for Energy Applications


U Materials for Catalysis in Energy V


W Nanostructured Solar Cells Y Z


Advanced Materials Processing for Scalable Solar-Cell Manufacturing II


Actinides–Basic Science, Applications, and Technology


Conjugated Organic Materials for Energy Conversion, Energy Storage, and Charge Transport


NANOSTRUCTURED MATERIALS AND DEVICES


AA Inorganic Nanowires and Nanotubes–Synthesis, Properties, and Device Applications*


BB Solution Synthesis of Inorganic Films and Nanostructured Materials


www.mrs.org/spring2012


Recent Advances in Superconductors, Novel Compounds, and High-Tc


CC Hierarchically Self-assembled Materials– From Molecule to Nano and Beyond


DD De Novo Carbon Nanomaterials EE New Functional Nanocarbon Devices*


FF Nanodiamond Particles and Related Materials– From Basic Science to Applications


GG Functional Inorganic Nanoparticle-Polymer Composites with Engineered Structures and Coupled Properties


HH Nanocomposites, Nanostructures, and Heterostructures of Correlated Oxide Systems*


II JJ


Nanoscale Materials Modification by Photon, Ion, and Electron Beams*


Nanoscale Thermoelectrics– Materials and Transport Phenomena


KK Plasmonic Materials and Metamaterials LL New Trends and Developments in Nanomagnetism MM Topological Insulators


BIOLOGICAL, BIOMEDICAL AND BIO-INSPIRED MATERIALS


NN DNA Nanotechnology OO Structure-Function Design Strategies for Bio-enabled Materials Systems


PP Manipulating Cellular Microenvironments QQ Mechanobiology of Cells and Materials RR Molecules to Materials–Multiscale Interfacial Phenomena in Biological and Bio-inspired Materials


SS Structure/Property Relationships in Biological and Biomimetic Materials at the Micro-, Nano-, and Atomic-Length Scales


TT Interfaces in Materials, Biology, and Physiology UU Integration of Natural and Synthetic Biomaterials with Organic Electronics


VV Nanomedicine for Molecular Imaging and Therapy WW Plasma Processing and Diagnostics for Life Sciences*


GENERAL MATERIALS SCIENCE XX Computational Materials Design in Heterogeneous Systems YY Rare-Earth-based Materials ZZ Transforming Education in Materials Science and Engineering


AAA Synthesis, Fabrication, and Assembly of Functional Particles and Capsules


BBB Functional Materials and Ionic Liquids


CCC Local Probing Techniques and In-Situ Measurements in Materials Science


2012 MRS SPRING MEETING CHAIRS


Lara A. Estroff Cornell University lae37@cornell.edu


Jun Liu


Pacific Northwest National Laboratory jun.liu@pnl.gov


Kornelius Nielsch University of Hamburg


kornelius.nielsch@physik.uni-hamburg.de


Kazumi Wada University of Tokyo


kwada@material.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp


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Warrendale, PA 15086-7573 Fax 724.779.8313


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November 26-30, 2012 Boston, Massachusetts April 1-5, 2013 San Francisco, California


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