Call for Abstracts

244th ECS Meeting (October 8-12, 2023)

See the Call for Papers PDF for detailed information about the symposia, manuscript submission requirements, and financial assistance. Abstracts are due no later than Monday, 24 April 2023 at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time.

Steps and Instructions:

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  1. Begin a Submission

    Click the appropriate symposium title below to begin your submission. See the Call for Papers for detailed information about the symposia, manuscript submission requirements, and financial assistance.
  2. Symposium Selection

    Choose or change the appropriate symposium for your abstract. Do not make a double submission by submitting the same abstract to two different symposia.

    Students: Please note that if you wish to be considered for the General Student Poster Session competition, you must submit your abstract to the General Student Poster Session. Abstracts submitted to other symposia are not eligible for participation.

  3. Presentation Type

    Oral presentations will take place in person at the live meeting. They must be in English. LCD projectors and laptops are provided for all oral presentations. Presenting authors MUST bring their presentations on USB flash drives to use with dedicated laptops located in each technical session room. Speakers requiring additional equipment must make written request to at least one month prior to the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made, subject to availability, and at the author's expense.

    Poster presentations must be displayed in English, on a board approximately 3 feet 10 inches high by 3 feet 10 inches wide (1.17 meters high by 1.17 meters wide), corresponding to their abstract number and day of presentation in the final program

    Digital presenters will be required to submit a video of their presentation, and/or a copy of the slide deck or poster. This will be made available for on demand viewing only within the online program for about 30 days from the close of the meeting. Digital presentations will NOT be streamed into or out of the onsite session rooms.

  4. Title

    Enter your title, preferred presentation format (oral, poster), copyright release, and any comments you might have for the organizers. Requested presentation formats cannot be guaranteed and are scheduled at the discretion of the Symposium Organizers.

    The title of your abstract should be in initial capital letters, not all caps: This Example is Prepared in Initial Capital Letters and Is Correct. THIS EXAMPLE IS IN ALL CAPITAL LETTERS AND IS NOT CORRECT.

  5. Authors

    CAREFULLY enter author name, affiliation, and contact information (email and phone). Author information (including ordering) will be published exactly as you enter it into the system and cannot be changed after the abstract submission deadline date of Monday, 24 April 2023.
  6. Abstract Text

    The length of your abstract text must be 750 words or less. DO NOT include the abstract title and author name(s) in your abstract text. This information will be appended to your abstract after the submission has been successfully completed. No file upload is needed for your text, you may enter it directly into the website or paste it in from an external source. You may also upload one separate image file containing any necessary figures/tables/equations.

    You may also upload one separate image file containing necessary figures/tables/equations. JPG is the only allowed image format. PNG images will not be accepted.
  7. Confirmation

    You must confirm that ALL information is correct as submitted. All information will be published exactly as you entered it into the system, and cannot be changed after the Abstract Submission Deadline.
  8. General Instructions

    Presenting authors will be automatically informed of the unique ID numbers and passwords assigned to their abstracts. Abstracts may be viewed and modified at any time between submission and the deadline date of 24 April 2023, using the assigned ID# and password.

  9. Technical Support

    For help in submitting an abstract online, email Tech Support.

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Z01 - General Student Poster Session

This poster session provides a forum for graduate and undergraduate students to present research results of general interest to ECS. The purpose of this session is to foster and promote work in both electrochemical and solid state science and technology, and to stimulate active student interest and participation in ECS. Posters entered into this session will be judged by members of the ECS. Cash prizes for the top three overall posters will be given to the presenting student author; the amounts are awarded at the discretion of the organizers and judges.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

Z02 - Electrochemistry in Space 3

Recent deployment of electrochemical devices in space, such as on the International Space Station and on Mars-based rovers, has highlighted the potential for using electrochemical processes and devices for critical space functions such as life support, in situ resource utilization, and vital probes for extraterrestrial exploration. The uniqueness of extraterrestrial environments such as microgravity, extreme temperatures, and the usual need for autonomous operation raises both fundamental questions about electrochemical processes and application challenges for device design. Electrochemical power with robust fuel cells, energy storage with batteries, and electrolyzers for production of metals, fuel and oxygen production present promise for increasing the viability of self-sustaining spaced based activities. This symposium invites research and developers to present recent advances in electrochemistry in and for space applications in a wide array of topics including but not limited to the following:

(1) fundamental impacts of extraterrestrial environments on electrochemical processes;

(2) in situ resource utilization through conversion of lunar, Martian, and asteroid materials into propellants, clean water, oxygen, and structural or functional materials/devices;

(3) electrochemical power sources to survive harsh environments of space;

(4) energy storage for power management in various extraterrestrial environments;

(5) sensors for chemical and radiation detection and for environmental and human health monitoring in space applications;

(6) electrochemical processes for environmental controls in extraterrestrial environments

This interdisciplinary symposium will bring together speakers from across a broad range of disciplines to discuss advances in research and development for electrochemistry in space. This symposium will also address how the extraterrestrial environments impact electrochemical processes as well as component design and operation. We want to facilitate broad interdisciplinary conversations through this symposium.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

Z03 - Young Researchers in Europe: A Special Symposium and Workshop

The ECS Europe Section is organizing a special day-long event aimed at early career professionals in electrochemistry and materials science hailing from the geographical region of Europe. The purpose will be to facilitate connections between scientists and engineers in the field, introduce calls for research grants, in particular those requiring teams from several countries, allow time in between presentations to learn about participant’s research and projects and communicate similarities, differences, concerns and anxieties in seeking to do research across the countries of Europe.

Several keynote speakers will be invited, in particular representing grant institutions or international research consortia. These experts will be available during deliberately planned extended coffee breaks. While it is assumed that participants at the symposium will choose other symposia in their own technical interest area for their full papers, informal opportunity will be offered to young and early career researchers during the workshop period to highlight in a 2-3 minute "elevator speech" their own work. Young and early career participation is suggested to mean 35 years or younger OR within 5 years of embarking onto new topic or career track. When submitting to other Gothenburg symposia, please indicate your desire to also be included for consideration in Z03. The ECS Europe Section will hold its traditional reception one of the meeting evenings. All participants in this symposium and workshop are invited to attend.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


A01 - New Approaches and Advances in Electrochemical Energy Systems

The symposium focuses on “outside of the box” approaches and developments in materials, components, and systems for addressing the grand challenges in the area of electrochemical energy systems. Of particular interest are innovations in materials, methods, designs, and analytical strategies for realizing sustainable and efficient energy conversion, storage, and transmission, not limited to fuel cells, batteries, capacitors, PEC, and photovoltaics. Contributions to new methods to characterize, model, and analyze interfaces, cell, and system performances in aqueous and non-aqueous environments are of particular interest. The symposium features oral presentations, posters, and invited talks from subject-matter experts.

As a part of this symposium under “Ideas, Interchange & Initiative” (Triple I), abstracts can be submitted based on premature and unexplainable results. The aim of this session is to accomplish a complete exchange of scientific ideas and related difficulties in understanding and interpreting the findings. Speakers are expected to present their results in <10 minutes and reserve the remaining time for discussions between the speaker and the audience to explore solutions and collaboration. Please label your talk as A1-Triple I.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

A02 - Lithium Ion Batteries

Lithium-ion batteries have driven the portable electronics market's tremendous growth and their use in transportation and grid storage sectors is expanding at a fast rate. Further boosting the energy density of these batteries requires higher voltages and greater electrode materials capacity. This symposium is intended to provide a forum for dissemination of new advances and developments in Li-ion batteries which includes new or improved materials and understanding, electrolytes, interfaces/interphases, separators, and electrochemical testing.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

A03 - Battery Safety and Failure Modes 4

The severity of an energetic battery safety mishap has the potential to make high specific energy battery chemistries an at-risk technology for high-reliability applications. As such, improvements in cell and battery safety design without compromising performance continues to be a major focus for researchers, manufacturers and users across all sectors of the energy storage marketplace. Safe passenger travel in emerging modes of electrified transportation such as commercial aviation, marine, and novel ground transport applications is enabled by safe rechargeable battery technologies. An improved understanding of rechargeable battery failure mechanisms will facilitate regulatory agency approval and public acceptance of early deployment of advanced battery energy storage systems for high reliability applications.

The goal of this symposium is to address battery safety from the perspective of materials, cell, and battery-level design improvements which reduces the severity and consequences of an energetic safety incident. Specific topics and areas to be discussed in this symposium include but are not limited to (1) use of advanced techniques in adiabatic and isothermal calorimetry for safe battery design; (2) improvements in cell design safety features; (3) materials characterization, diagnostics, and prognostics from in-situ, in-operando, and post-mortem techniques; (4) safety of next-generation rechargeable cell technologies (such as solid-state, lithium metal, sodium, potassium, magnesium, and redox-flow); (5) effect of fast charging or aging on cell safety and degradation characteristics; (6) development of novel low or non-flammable cell electrolytes; (7) analyses that improves understanding of cell failure mechanisms and hazards; and (8) other battery safety topics not covered by the above or in other symposia.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

A04 - Next-Generation Batteries

To accelerate the pace of materials discovery, development and optimization for electrochemical energy storage systems, it is necessary to apply a combined computational and experimental approach to discover the winning candidates for next generation batteries. In this symposium, we hope to gather many researchers around the world to discuss new advances in materials design and modeling of battery materials. The emphasis of the symposium will be on the new promising electrode materials and systems, their electrochemical properties and reaction mechanisms.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

A05 - Electrochemical Interfaces in Energy Storage: Theory Meets Experiment

The organizers would like to invite contributions that provide better understanding of the mechanism of electronic and ionic transport phenomena across electrode-electrolyte interfaces and solid-state interphases in lithium-ion batteries. The underlying principles that govern these phenomena is inextricably linked to our ability to sense and monitor electrode surface processes in situ, in real time, and with adequate spatial and temporal resolution. A better understanding of the elementary processes involved in the formation of the electrolyte/electrode interface and charge transfer kinetics in relation to solvent, salt, additive and electrode material is crucial to the further optimization of Li ion batteries. This symposium will focus on both the fundamental and applied aspects of the electrolyte and interfaces for Li and Li-ion batteries.. Papers that leverage advances in experimental and theoretical modeling approaches to characterize and describe the mechanism of electrolytes or interfacial phenomena and their impact on the electrochemical performance of the materials, composite electrodes, and energy storage systems are welcome.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

A06 - New Developments and Applications of Electrode Binders for Rechargeable Battery and other Electrochemical Systems

The symposium is focused on new materials and new processes for the application of binder materials in the electrochemical system. Lately, electrode binder has attracted significant attention due to the expanded research effort in electrochemical energy storage and conversion, for realizing sustainable and efficient energy conversion, storage, and transmission. Binder materials applied in fuel cells, capacitors, PEC and photovoltaics are also encouraged to submit. Physical properties contributing to multifunctionality of binders applied to electrode materials such as silicon, sulfur, etc. for batteries and solid-state electrolyte are of particular interest to the symposium. The symposium will cover new materials development, electrode and electrolyte processing and interface characterization as well as system performance. The symposium will feature oral presentation, poster, and invited talks from subject-matter experts.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

A07 - Interplay between Temperature and Battery Phenomenon

The purpose of this symposium is to bring together researches investigating interactions between temperature and battery behavior at a range of length scales, time scales, and severity. Batteries generate heat non-linearly during charge and discharge, requiring the need for thermal management, or heat rejection. However, the complex and stochastic electrochemical phenomenon of batteries, especially in Li-ion systems, demands fundamental understanding, instrumentation, and multiphysics modeling for informed thermal management design. Further, growing interest in extreme conditions, like low temperature environments or fast charging, exacerbate self-heating behaviors, drawing attention to local and global temperature variations. The topics of this symposium includes but is not limited to:

(1) Local phenomenon driven by temperature
(2) Thermal gradients and transients
(3) Thermal management design
(4) Instrumentation of cells and packs
(5) Extreme environments
(6) Heat generation measurement/estimation
(7) Modeling (bridging scales)
(8) Novel cell and battery designs

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


B01 - Carbon Nanostructures: From Fundamental Studies to Applications and Devices

This broad symposium will include both fundamental and applied studies of fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, graphene, and related materials. Papers are invited in the areas of chemistry, physics, and materials science. Relevant topics include the synthesis and preparation of nanocarbon samples, and characterization of their mechanical, thermal, chemical, electrochemical, optical, or electronic properties. Also welcome are papers concerning nanocarbon applications in areas such as electrochemistry, electronic and opto-electronic devices, sensing, energy conversion and storage, and biomedicine.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


C01 - Corrosion General Session

Oral and poster presentations concerning all aspects of corrosion and associated phenomena in liquid and gaseous phases are welcome. Theoretical analysis, experimental investigations, descriptions of new techniques for the study of corrosion, and analyses of corrosion products and films are of interest.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

C02 - Corrosion in Nuclear Energy Systems: From Cradle to Grave 3

Nuclear power reactors presently generate ~10 percent of the world’s electricity. Over 400 reactors are in operation and nearly 50 more are under construction. Further, several Generation IV reactors and small modular reactors (SMR) are currently being designed to improve safety, efficiency, and optimize fuel cycle and waste management. Several countries have licensed construction of nuclear fuel waste repositories or are in the process of considering it. A critical factor in all designs, whether currently in operation or being designed, is the understanding and control of a wide range of corrosion issues. This symposium focuses on all corrosion issues involved in nuclear power related to fuel cycle (from mining to reprocessing and disposal); in-reactor corrosion; design and function of in-reactor sensors; corrosion considerations for next generation reactor systems such as molten salt reactors; and corrosion issues in short-term and long-term waste storage. The submission of experimental, theoretical, and computational papers dealing with all aspects of corrosion in nuclear systems is encouraged.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

C03 - Metallic, Organic, Inorganic, and Composite Coatings for Corrosion Protection

Papers are invited on all topics related to advances in metallic, inorganic, organic and composite coatings for the corrosion protection of metallic substrates. Suitable topics would include: pretreatments, conversion coatings, sacrificial coatings, barrier coatings, adhesion promotion, self-healing coatings, chromate-replacement, smart-release inhibitor systems and novel inhibitors generally. Papers providing mechanistic insights into the action of functional coating components such as: novel galvanizing alloys, novel inhibitors, ion-exchange pigments, micro-encapsulated inhibitors and reagents, electrically conducting polymers and nano-pigments are particularly encouraged.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

C04 - Analytical Tools in Corrosion Research

Papers are invited on all topics related to analytical tools in corrosion research. Suitable topics would include electrochemical, scanning probe, surface analytical, synchrotron-based, neutron scattering, micro- and nano-scopic, and other novel and standard methods. Contributions on the underlying theoretical aspects of analytical tools are particularly encouraged.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


D02 - Plasma and Thermal Processes for Materials Modification, Synthesis, and Processing 5

CVD, plasma-enhanced CVD, etching, and related techniques have enjoyed extensive success in microelectronics processing. These techniques have also been applied to the synthesis and production of nanostructured elemental and compound semiconductor materials (Si, Ge, ZnO, Zn3P2, Zn4Sb3, GaN, InN, GaSb, and many others) for electronics, optoelectronics, sensors, photovoltaics, and thermoelectrics. Nanowires, nanotubes, QDOTs, and 2D materials, have also been employed in MEMS, artifact restoration, and surface treatments in health care. The topics for this symposium include, but are not limited to, the abovementioned processes and applications as well as surface functionalization, photoresist removal, atomic layer etching, difficult-to-etch materials, decontamination, pollution abatement, and displays. Papers focusing on material growth or etch mechanisms, modeling, reactor design, process diagnostics, materials characterization, and advances in novel applications are strongly encouraged.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

D03 - Advanced 3D Interconnect Technologies and Packaging 2

This symposium focuses on issues pertinent to advances in traditional damascene interconnects, and new materials and integration methods for 3D interconnects. An emerging technology or device architecture called 3D integration is based on the system performance gains that can be achieved by stacking and vertically interconnecting distinct device layers. The 3D concept of replacing long 2D interconnects with shorter vertical (3D) interconnects has the potential to alleviate the well-known interconnect (RC) delay problem facing the semiconductor industry today. Additional benefits of the 3D process include reduced die size and the ability to optimize distinct technologies (analog, logic, RF, etc.) on separate vertically interconnected layers. An application area where large performance gains can be obtained is high-density device/sensor arrays where processing power is placed within each individual device. Damascene copper interconnects, introduced at the 0.25 µm node, have spanned six technology nodes, and are expected to be used for the foreseeable future. Despite the history of success, there are new challenges including increases in effective resistivity, electromigration and stress migration resistance, and the integration of porous low-k dielectrics and air gaps. This symposium brings together researchers to discuss the challenges and solutions to extend damascene copper interconnects well beyond the 45 nm node. The aim of this symposium is to discuss the proposed architectures and applications of 3D integration, and the various enabling materials and processes that are required to bring the technology into full commercialization. Broadly, the enabling process technologies include wafer/die thinning, wafer/die bonding, and vertical interconnect fabrication. Each of these process technologies will leverage novel materials, and much of the emphasis of this symposium is on the materials science of these 3D integration materials. Ideally, this symposium brings together researchers to discuss the various merits of the presented 3D device architectures, materials, and fabrication methodologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
(1) Methods to reduce increases in effective resistivity
(2) Methods to mitigate electromigration and stress migration issues
(3) Advanced barrier/seed processes including ALD and electroless films
(4) Porous low-k ILDs and air gap processing (including deposition and etching)
(5) Novel electrodeposition and CMP processes
(6) 3D process integration methodologies
(7) 3D design and architectures
(8) Simulation and modeling of 3D integrated devices
(9) Materials and techniques for die and wafer bonding
(10) Processing and handling of thin wafers and dice
(11) Materials for temporary die and wafer bonding
(12) Vertical interconnect fabrication technology
(13) Materials for vertical interconnects: insulators, barriers, and metals
(14) Reliability of 3D interconnects
(15) Novel test and measurement of 3D integrated devices
(16) Thermal management in 3D integrated devices
(17) Epitaxial and recrystallization approaches to 3D integration
(18) 3D integration of heterogeneous materials
(19) Thermomechanical reliability and electromigration in 3D integrated devices
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

D04 - Water-Energy Nexus Research Relating to Electrochemical Sciences

Production of renewable energy requires large quantities of water, and supply of fresh water needs energy. Electrochemical sciences play a huge role in disrupting, to some extent, this interdependence. For example, semiconductor-assisted photocatalysis and plasma-assisted processes are highly useful in the removal of pollutants dyes and harmful microorganisms from water. Contextually, the aim of this symposium is to bring together researchers interested in studying semiconductors, materials and processes for water remediation, such as removal of pollutants, dyes and harmful microorganisms for water. Semiconductor materials useful for the removal of emerging contaminants, such as pharmaceuticals, are also encouraged for submission. Papers describing synthesis/fabrication and assembly of materials useful for the simultaneous removal of pollutants from water, along with its desalination, are also welcome. Finally, papers describing the large-scale production of materials for water remediation are also encouraged.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


E01 - Metal Electrodeposition from Fundamentals to Applications

The symposium will cover recent advances in fundamental aspects, methods and applications of electrochemical and electroless growth of epitaxial and polycrystalline thin films, alloys, multilayers and nanostructures. The symposium aims to bring together researchers from a broad range of areas of electrochemical and engineering science to discuss the current understanding of a link between the fundamental processes and properties of electrodeposited materials and applications. Original contributions are sought but not limited to the following areas:
(1) Fundamentals of electrochemical nucleation and growth
(2) Surface Controlled Deposition -Electrochemical ALD and Surface-limited replacement
(3) Electrodeposition of alloys
(4) Electrodeposition from ionic liquids
(5) Deposition methods and approaches to control microstructure (texture and grain size) and properties
(6) Electrochemical deposition of oxides, semiconductors and compounds

This symposium also invites contributions discussing the effects of external stimuli on the thermodynamics and kinetics of electrochemical reactions. Typical examples would be light-induced plating at semiconductor electrodes or enhanced mass transport caused by magnetic fields or ultrasound. The aim of the symposium is to contribute to our fundamental understanding of such effects in order to use the external stimuli to tailor electrochemical reactions. Typical applications can be metal depositions or reactions related to electrochemical conversion and storage of energy. This symposium will provide a space for fruitful discussions, including aspects related to both fundamental research as well as technological innovations.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

E02 - Electrodeposition of Porous Materials and Materials with Complex Geometries

The capability to fabricate substrates and films with complex and porous geometries, as well as three-dimensional assemblies of micro- and nanostructures will determine new perspectives in various disciplines such as energy materials, energy storage, catalysis, sensing, or flexible electronics. Among the available synthesis techniques, electrodeposition offers enormous possibilities. This symposium provides a forum for discussion of various electrodeposition approaches aiming at fabricating nanoporous materials and materials with complex geometries in a controlled and reproducible manner.
The areas of interest include (but are not limited to) experimental and theoretical work on the synthesis of nanoporous materials by dealloying, the electrodeposition of porous and hierarchical materials using surfactants and/or templates, electrochemical 3D printing, as well as their applications.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

E04 - Current Trends in Electrodeposition - An Invited Symposium

This symposium will provide a forum to present new and exciting research of interest to the electrodeposition community led by the past ELDP Division Chair. It will be a half-day symposium comprised of 40-minute invited talks. We intend to highlight the most recent exciting and perhaps controversial research topics to promote discussions in these areas.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


F01 - Advances in Industrial Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering

Papers are solicited in areas of industrial electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering that are not covered by other symposia at this meeting. Of particular interest are papers concerning: design, operation, testing and/or modeling of industrial electrochemical systems; electrochemical waste treatment technologies, methods for electrosynthesis; electrolytic recovery of process materials; new electrode materials, new electrochemical cell designs; and electrocatalysis. Presentations on industrially significant areas, such as chlor-alkali and fluorine production; manufacture of aluminum and other metals; the use of electrochemical methods in pulp and paper bleaching; and generation of environmentally-friendly bleaching chemicals and other active oxidants are also encouraged. Papers may contain both theoretical and experimental work, and papers dealing with either area will be considered.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

F02 - Electrochemical Separations and Sustainability 6

Electrochemical separations can recover or harvest value products at high purity and efficiency, as well as contribute technologies for environmental management and cleanup. These innovative processes become extremely meaningful when integrated with sustainable resources and renewable energy. The current symposium intends to address fundamental topics as well as modern applications of electrochemical separation technologies. Electrochemical separations have received renewed attention due to growing challenges in energy, environment, and sustainability. Now the electrochemical separation has been applied in many important areas including gas purification, critical materials recovery, environmental remediation, desalination, and materials recycling. Therefore, it is great timing to have this focus issue to summarize the progress and provide perspective for the future. This topic covers from fundamental electrochemical principles behind separations, to a range of applications. This symposium focuses on papers covering the following topics:

(1) Electrochemical separation mechanisms and fundamentals.
(2) Electrochemical separation modeling.
(3) Gas separation for ultra-pure H2, O2, CO2, etc.
(4) Sea and brackish desalination technologies.
(5) Wastewater remediation.
(6) Energy materials (e.g. fuel cell and battery) recycling.
(7) Rare earth element recovery and harvest from mining tale.
(8) Valuable materials (e.g. Li) from seawater.
(9) Electrochemical synthesis-separation synergy.
(10) Integration of electrochemical separation with renewable energy.
(11) Other technologies relevant to electrochemical separation.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

F03 - Pulse and Reverse Pulse Electrolytic Processes 4: In Honor of EJ Taylor

Recent advances in pulse and pulse-reversed electric fields have found application in electrochemical machining, electropolishing and surface finishing, and a wide variety of electrodeposited materials. New electrolytes have also become viable due to the application of pulse and pulse reverse technologies. Papers are sought that describe recent advancement in methods, materials, and processes that utilize pulsed and pulse-reversed electric fields. This symposium is held in honor of EJ Taylor, a pioneer of industrial application of pulse reverse plating, surface finishing and conversion technologies.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

F04 - Electrochemical Conversion of Biomass 4

This symposium provides a forum to present applications, technology and recent development in the area of electrochemical conversion of biomass. Of particular interest are topics related to electrochemical conversion of biomass to value-added chemicals and fuels of all kinds, and treatment of industrial waste. Presentations related to the development of electrocatalysts or other materials, as well as complete systems, for the electrochemical conversion of biomass are relevant. Kinetics and electrochemical conversion mechanisms are also of interest. This topic focuses on electrochemical conversion of all forms of biomass, including algae and lignocellulosic materials.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


G01 - Atomic Layer Deposition and Etching Applications 19

Continued progress in nanotechnology and nanomanufacturing requires precise, conformal coatings of thin film materials. Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) enables the deposition of ultra-thin, highly conformal coatings over complex, 3D topographies with precise control over both thickness and composition. Consequently, ALD has become the technology of choice for a large variety of applications beyond microelectronics. Over the last eighteen years, this symposium has earned a leading position among the meetings where ALD and ALE are discussed.
This symposium offers an excellent forum for sharing cutting edge research on both existing and emerging ALD applications, as well as fundamental aspects of ALD technology.
Contributions are solicited in the following areas:

(1) semiconductor CMOS applications: development and integration of ALD high-k oxides and metal electrodes with conventional and high- mobility channel materials;

(2) volatile and non-volatile memory applications: extendibility, Flash, MIM, MIS, RF capacitors, etc.;

(3) interconnects and contacts: integration of ALD films with Cu and low-k materials;

(4) fundamentals of ALD processing: reaction mechanisms, in-situ measurement, modeling, theory;

(5) new precursors and delivery systems;

(6) optical and photonic applications;

(7) coating of nanoporous materials by ALD;

(8) MLD and hybrid ALD/MLD;

(9) ALD for energy conversion applications such as fuel cells, photovoltaics, etc.;

(10) ALD for energy storage applications;

(11) productivity enhancement, scale-up and commercialization of ALD equipment and processes for rigid and flexible substrates, including roll-to-roll deposition;

(12) Area-selective ALD;

(13) Atomic Layer Etching (‘reverse ALD’) and related topics aiming at self-limited etching, such as atomic layer cleaning, etc.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

G02 - Semiconductor Process Integration 13

The 13th symposium on Semiconductor Process Integration will provide a forum for reviewing and discussing all aspects of process integration. Contributed papers are solicited in the following areas.
(1) Device Technologies: trends in ultra-scaled technologies for advanced logic devices, circuits and applications, e.g., HPC, LOP, mobile, automobile, low-temperature CMOS, RF, mixed analog/digital, high voltage, etc.; advanced memory technologies (e.g., SRAM, DRAM, etc.); 2.5/3D integration technologies and synergy with CMOS; advanced SOI-based technologies; process integration yield and process control techniques for reduced defectivity and variability;
(2) Front-end-of-line integration: transistor architectures such as gate-all-around (stacked) nanowire and nanosheet FETs, extended to the stacking of different polarity devices, scaled gate stacks, (barriers) electrode/dielectrics for memory capacitors and transistors, source-drain and channel processing, CMP and rapid thermal processing, novel isolation schemes, ultra-shallow junctions, channel induced stress and mobility enhancement techniques, plasma processing aspects, transistor process/device integration schemes and scaling approaches/challenges;
(3) Interconnects & back-end-of-line integration: low-k dielectrics, multilevel integrated structures, advanced metal interconnects and barriers, air-gap structures, CMP and metal fill technologies, optical interconnects, alternative metallization schemes;
(4) Beyond-Si channel technologies on materials like Si1-xGex, III-V, new channel materials, alternative high mobility substrates (sSOI, sSi, SiGe, GeOI...), including applications-driven hybrid integration;
(5) Emerging technologies: novel memory elements such as RRAM, etc.); device integration for AI, neuromorphic and quantum computing; novel integration schemes for SoC solutions (3D-monolithic, vertical integration, etc.); emerging material integration (carbon nanotubes, 2D materials, grapheme devices, III/V, silicon-organic-hybrid photonic (SOH), polymer electronics, spin and quantum devices, microelectromechanical systems); tackling of challenges on topics such as process control and impact on device/circuits variability, physical layouts effects, energy efficiency, aging, power constraints, carbon footprint are also highly encouraged.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


H01 - State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors 66 (SOTAPOCS 66)

Compound semiconductors are a significant enabler of numerous optoelectronic, high-speed, power, and sensor devices. The SOTAPOCS 66 symposium addresses the most recent developments in inorganic compound semiconductor technology, including traditional III-V materials, III-nitrides, II-VI materials, silicon carbide, diamond, and other emerging materials. Papers on both practical and fundamental issues are solicited. The following areas are of particular interest: (1) Advances in bulk and epitaxial growth techniques; (2) Advances in device processing; (3) Novel electronic, optoelectronic, and sensor devices; (4) Schottky and ohmic contact technology; (5) Dielectric properties and passivation; (6) Wafer bonding and packaging; (7) In situ and ex situ process monitoring; (8) Materials characterization and wafer level testing and mapping; (9) Process-induced defects; (10) Reliability and device degradation mechanisms; (11) Demonstration of state-of-the-art devices and applications.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

H02 - Semiconductor Wafer Bonding: Science, Technology and Applications 17

Semiconductor wafer bonding related to silicon-on-insulator (SOI) materials, strained Si layers, Si-Ge, germanium-on-insulator (GeOI), three-dimensional (3D) device integration, die to wafer 3D device packaging using hybrid bonding, Si on quartz and Si, III-V compound semiconductor hetero-structures, bonding to flexible substrates, and bonded hetero-structures for micro-electronics, photonics, micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS), biotechnologies, optronics, photovoltaic, etc.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

H03 - Low-Dimensional Nanoscale Electronic and Photonic Devices 16

The 16th LDEPD symposium will address the most recent developments in nanoscale transparent electronic, photonic materials, and devices. The symposium will encompass low dimensional and transparent novel materials and devices, processing, device fabrication, reliability, and other related topics. Papers on both practical issues and fundamental studies are solicited. The symposium will consist of both invited and contributed papers.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

H04 - Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide Power Technologies 13

Symposium will showcase the state-of-the-art in the development of GaN and SiC wide bandgap material and device technologies for power switching and power amplifier applications. Emerging ultra-wide bandgap material and device technologies based on high Al-content AlGaN and Gallium Oxide will also be included. The symposium will cover a wide range of topics related to these technologies and their applications: bulk and thin film growth and characterization of materials; defect characterization and reduction techniques; growth chamber design and modeling; doping and carrier lifetime control techniques; high-frequency low-loss power magnetic materials; novel power devices and device structures; power device fabrication technologies; chip-scale capacitor, inductor and transformer structures and fabrication technologies; novel physical mechanisms including micro plasma and current filamentation; short-term and long-term device degradation and failure mechanisms; novel accelerated stress testing and lifetime prediction methodologies; device characterization and modeling for performance and reliability; manufacturing cost and yield improvement approaches; homogeneous and heterogeneous chip-scale integration; power converters and power amplifiers; packaging and thermal management; and, cooling of power chips and modules. A poster session will be scheduled.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


I01A - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 23 (PEFC&E23) - Diagnostics/Characterization Methods, MEA Design/ Model

Presentations related to acid and alkaline fuel cells that discuss:

(1) Novel gas diffusion medium substrates and micro-porous layer designs;

(2) Modeling and diagnostic methods to characterize mass- and heat- transport related phenomena, and water management in cells and membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs);

(3) CO2 tolerance modeling of anion exchange membrane fuel cells;

(4) In situ measurement or visualization (X-ray tomography, neutron imaging, etc.);

(5) Advanced ex situ characterization methods (TEM, STM);

(6) AC-impedance methods;

(7) Electrode and MEA electrochemical modeling, and

(8) machine learning and related methods for improved diagnostics and performance.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I01B - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 23 (PEFC&E23) - Design, Fabrication and Operation of Cells, Stacks and Systems

Presentations for the design, fabrication and practical operation of cells, stacks and systems related to:

(1) Hydrogen or hydrogen-reformate fuel cells,

(2) Direct-fuel fuel cells (DMFC, borohydride, etc.)

(3) Alkaline (membrane) fuel cells

(4) Portable fuel cells;

(5) New cell and stack structures, including new types of bipolar plates and flow fields;

(6) Degradation of fuel cell components and the influence of degradation products on component and system performance, including corrosion of bipolar plates and BOP, and degradation of sealing materials and other components;

(7) Electrochemical hydrogen compression;

(8) Balance-of-plant (BOP) components;

(9) Design and specifications of complete power systems in the context of transportation and stationary power generation applications as well as for micro-fuel cell systems;

(10) Components and systems for other electrochemical energy conversion devices such as electrochemical hydrogen pumps, etc.

(11) Advanced fabrication methods, such as additive manufacturing or reel-to-reel processes.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I01C - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 23 (PEFC&E23) - Ion-Exchange Membrane and Ionomer Development, Performance, and Durability

(1) Development of anion- and cation-exchange ionomers and membranes (PFSAs, hydrocarbon-based, etc.) for both fuel cells and electrolzyers;

(2) High-temperature polymer membranes, novel hybrid ionomers, and composite membranes;

(3) Physico-chemical properties of ionomer membranes and electrode ionomers;

(4) Structure-property characterization of ionomer dispersions, membranes, and thin-films;

(5) Degradation, aging and stability of membranes (chemical and mechanical);

(6) Molecular and multi-scale modeling of membrane properties and ionomer interfaces;

(7) Processing, fabrication, and advanced characterization of ionomers;

(8) Theory-driven experiment design and data-guided membrane design and development

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I01D - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 23 (PEFC&E23) - Catalyst Activity/Durability for Hydrogen(-Reformate) Acidic Fuel Cells

Presentations related to acidic fuel cells that discuss:

(1) Fuel cell electrocatalysts for hydrogen and hydrogen-reformate fuel cells (PEMFC, PAFC, etc.);

(2) Novel catalyst supports;

(3) Degradation of fuel cell electrocatalysts and catalyst supports; and

(4) Ab initio computational studies of catalytic mechanisms and for the design of novel catalysts.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I01E - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 23 (PEFC&E23) - Materials for Alkaline Fuel Cells and Direct-Fuel Fuel Cells

Presentations related to alkaline fuel cells and direct-fuel acid fuel cells that discuss:

(1) Electrocatalysts for hydrogen oxidation and oxygen reduction in alkaline fuel cells;

(2) Catalysts for direct-borohydride applications;

(3) Novel anion-exchange membranes;

(4) Degradation mechanisms of anion-exchange membranes;

(5) Catalysts for the direct electrooxidation of alternative fuels (e.g., methanol, ethanol, ammonia, etc.) in alkaline and acidic fuel cells.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I01F - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 23 (PEFC&E23) - Polymer-Electrolyte Electrolysis

Presentations related to low-temperature, polymer electrolyte water electrolysis for hydrogen and oxygen production (however excluding approaches that are primarily focused on photoelectrochemical water splitting or CO2 electrochemical reduction):

(1) Electrocatalysts for hydrogen reduction and oxygen evolution including performance and durability;

(2) Polymers, membranes, and electrodes for electrolysis applications;

(3) Transport media and bipolar plates;

(4) Balance-of-plant (BOP) components;

(5) Degradation of electrolysis components and the influence of degradation products on system performance and lifetime;

(6) Design and specifications of complete electrolysis systems in the context of hydrogen generation applications as well as intermittent or load following applications.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I01Z - Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells and Electrolyzers 23 (PEFC&E23) - Plenary

Invitation only talks on topics related to the sessions above.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I02 - Photovoltaics for the 21st Century 19: New Materials and Processes

This symposium provides a forum for the discussion of terawatt-capable solar-to-electrical conversion technologies that have the potential to scale to meet the global energy demand and become an impactful source of energy in the 21st century. To achieve terawatt scale photovoltaics, it is necessary to focus on the scalability and sustainability of photovoltaics. In addition to lowering the cost and improving the efficiency, research is needed in earth-abundant raw materials, energy-efficient fabrication, recycling of waste solar modules, and storage of intermittent solar electricity.
Electrochemical and solid state sciences have major roles to play in removing many of these barriers to terawatt solar photovoltaics. This symposium invites contributions in current and emerging areas of solar photovoltaic research and covers a whole spectrum of cell technologies from silicon to thin-films and emerging technologies. Sample topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

(1) Scalable and green solution-based processing technologies for solar cells;

(2) Emerging perovskite, organic, quantum dot, and hybrid solar cells;

(3) Devices and materials for scalable manufacturing, stability and performance;

(4) Earth-abundant solar materials: synthesis and properties;

(5) Device degradation and reliability for current and future solar modules;

(6) Cost-effective approaches to recycle current and future waste solar modules;

(7) Sustainable practices of waste treatment in solar cell and module fabrication processes;

(8) Innovative applications and systems that match the characteristics of solar energy.

Invited speakers from industry and academia provide an overview on the current status and explore future directions of solar photovoltaics.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I03 - High Temperature Corrosion and Materials Chemistry 15

Celebrating its fifteenth offering, this legacy symposium will focus on the fundamental thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of high temperature oxidation and corrosion, as well as other chemical reactions involving inorganic materials at high temperatures. Both theoretical and experimental papers are accepted, with industry and student contributions especially encouraged. Specifically, presentations on the following topics in the areas of oxidation/corrosion are solicited: fundamental mechanisms of high temperature oxidation; reactions in complex environments and/or ultra-high temperatures (>1500°C); and response of protective coatings in these environments. In the area of high temperature chemistry, papers on the following topics are solicited: thermodynamics property determination; phase equilibria and phase transformations; solid state diffusion; and volatilization or condensation reactions. Fundamental and applied studies of materials interactions in high temperature chemical processing or power and propulsion applications are also welcome.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I04 - Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics 14: In Honor of Prof. Anil Virkar

Materials that exhibit fast ionic transport or significant levels of concurrent ionic and electronic conduction are of great interest among researchers and developers worldwide of technologies including fuel cells, batteries, sensors, membranes, electrochemical reactors and electrosynthesis. This symposium will provide a forum to share both experimental data and theoretical and simulation studies, and discuss research activities and needs in this exciting field. Both fundamental materials and applied technologies related to ionic transport and mixed conduction will be presented in this symposium Some of the specific topics covered in this symposium include: Ionic Transport in Solid Electrolytes, Advances in Protonic Conductors, Lattice Strain Effects in Transport and Catalysis, Electrolysers for electrochemical fuel synthesis, Fuel Cells and Batteries, Mechanisms of Mixed Conduction in Ceramics, Role of Microstructure in Conduction, Dense Ceramic Membranes for Gas Separation and Production of Chemicals, Electrocatalytic Phenomena, Ceramic Sensors, Electrochemistry of Nanoceramics and Transport in Corrosion-resistant Ceramic Films.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I05 - Photocatalysts, Photoelectrochemical Cells, and Solar Fuels 13

This symposium provides an international and interdisciplinary forum to present the latest research on photocatalysts, photoelectrochemical cells, and solar fuels. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

(1) Photocatalysts or photoelectrochemical cells;

(2) Synthesis and characterization of solar energy materials;

(3) Plasmonic nanostructures for solar energy devices;

(4) Solar thermal panels and solar reactors;

(5) Structures and devices for water splitting;

(6) Electrocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction (HER), oxygen evolution reaction (OER), carbon dioxide reduction and nitrogen fixation;

(7) Capture or conversion of carbon dioxide to fuels;

(8) Conversion of renewable energy resources to fuels (hydrogen, ethanol, methanol, ammonia, and other fuels); (9) Photocatalytic disinfection and environmental remediation;

(10) Fundamental studies on charge dynamics or surface reactions in semiconductors or molecules using modern analytical techniques such as x-ray and ultrafast laser spectroscopy;

(11) Simulation and modeling of materials, interfaces, devices, and systems for solar energy applications;

(12) Corrosion and durability of solar energy materials and devices.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

I06 - Crosscutting Materials Innovation for Transformational Chemical and Electrochemical Energy Conversion Technologies 5

In 2016, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) launched the Energy Materials Network (EMN) to accelerate the process of materials discovery, development, and ultimate deployment in major clean energy sectors. Innovations in clean energy technologies are vital to domestic energy security and economic growth. Consistent with the EMN vision, moving transformational energy technologies forward requires an honest discussion of the challenges and opportunities in critical materials R&D. An integrated approach spanning materials design and synthesis through process scale-up and qualification is essential to this effort. This symposium brings together materials experts and stakeholders from multiple sectors covered in the current EMN portfolio. This includes world class leaders with multi-physics and multi-scale expertise from the EMNs as well as leaders of other high impact materials initiatives in chemical and electrochemical systems for clean energy applications. Some common material challenges across all EMNs include interfaces, corrosion, performance, benchmarking, analysis, and computational modeling. It is expected that cross-cutting conversations at this session foster synergy for future collaborations.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


J01 - Luminescence and Display Materials: Fundamentals and Applications

This will be an inter- and cross-disciplinary meeting that will bring together high-rank specialists and young researchers both from academia and related industries. Both theoretical and experimental advanced and up-to-date research will be presented just to start discussions on the needs and prospects of the novel and emerging research and technologies related to luminescence and display materials. An in-depth understanding of the physics behind luminescence processes and methods to design new materials of expected properties will be at the core of the presentations and discussions. A 90 min. “round-table” discussion will be devoted to the subject of what luminescence research can and should offer society.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


K01 - Advances in Organic and Biological Electrochemistry

Contributions are solicited in all areas of organic and biological electrochemistry. Synthetic, biological, and mechanistic organic electrochemical research is of particular interest, as well as papers dealing with catalytic aspects of electrosynthesis. We additionally seek contributions in the areas of biophysical and biochemical electrochemistry.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


L01 - Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry, Electrocatalysis, and Photoelectrochemistry General Session

In the general session topic areas all papers concerning any aspect of physical electrochemistry, analytical electrochemistry, electrocatalysis, and photoelectrochemistry, which are not covered by topic areas of other specialized symposia offered at this meeting, are welcome in this symposium. Contributed papers will be programmed in some related order, depending on the titles and contents of the submitted abstracts.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

L03 - Advanced Techniques for In Situ Electrochemical Systems 6

In-situ methods help advance understanding of electrochemical systems developed to solve energy, environmental and biological needs of society. This symposium will provide a forum targeting advancements and applications of various methods for in-situ characterization of electrochemical systems. Solicitation topics include but are not limited to various electroanalytical methods and in-situ spectroscopy, spectrometry, and microscopy techniques. Of special interest are papers focused on synchrotron-based techniques for characterization of electroactive materials and electrochemical devices.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

L04 - Physical and Analytical Electrochemistry in Ionic Liquids 6

This symposium will provide an international and interdisciplinary forum to present the latest research on systems involving molten salts and ionic liquids. Papers on basic and applied research in all areas of chemistry, engineering, electrochemical systems, and physics related to molten salts and ionic liquids are solicited. The topics will include, but are not restricted to:

(1) Power & Energy Applications (e.g. batteries, fuel cells, semiconductors, photovoltaics, and phase change energy storage);

(2) Rare Earth and Nuclear chemistry (e.g. lanthanides, actinides, radioisotopes, nuclear reprocessing);

(3) Electrodeposition (e.g. deposition of alloys, characterization of electroactive species, and surface characterization);

(4) Reactions (e.g. catalysis, synthesis, oligomerizations, and polymerizations);

(5) Separations (e.g. selective extractions and biphasic systems);

(6) Solute and Solvent Properties (e.g. structural investigations, thermal properties, dynamics, and stability of ionic liquids and molten salts);

(7) Biomass applications (e.g. dissolution, modification, and/or reactions utilizing biomass),

(8) Materials (e.g. polymer blends, additive manufacturing, active coatings, and corrosion studies);

(9) New ionic liquids and molten salt mixtures (e.g. liquid clathrates, binary and ternary melts, and task specific ionic liquids);

(10) Deep eutectic solvents (e.g., synthesis, properties, and applications). In addition, papers are encouraged for a special session to honor the 2022 recipient of the Max Bredig Award, Prof. Thomas Welton.

Keynote lectures will be presented by invited speakers. A poster session will be planned. Student participation is highly encouraged, and it is anticipated that some funds will be available for student and young scientist support.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

L07 - Nanoscale Electrochemistry

The symposium covers all the aspects of electrochemistry at nanoscale: from nano-structured and nanoporous materials; structure of double layer and electrokinetic phenomena at nano-interfaces; electrochemical processes in nano-confined spaces and functional materials at nanoscale, including nano-catalysts, nano-cluster catalysis and nano-zymes and bio-inspired materials for electrocatalysis. The symposium invites papers on new developments on synthesis and electrochemical evaluation of nanomaterials as well as experimental approaches of studying the phenomena occurring at electrified interfaces at nanoscale or in nano-confined electrolytes. The symposium also invites papers in which nanostructured materials and interfaces are being integrated in electrochemical devices, which benefit of or display the specific properties that arise from the nanoscale features.
Keynote lectures are presented by invited speakers.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

L08 - Nanostructured Metal Oxides and Polyoxometallate Clusters in Electrocatalysis, Electrochemical Energy Conversion, and Storage

The symposium will provide an interdisciplinary forum for exchange of ideas and discussion of new results and crucial achievements related to fundamental and applied aspects of utilization of nanostructured metal oxides as well as simple, derivatized and functionalized polyoxomatallates considered as supports, carriers or active components of electrocatalytic systems for low-temperature fuel cells, and devices for (photo)electrochemical water splitting, reduction of carbon dioxide, inert reactants or efficient pseudocapacitive or battery-type electrochemical charging-discharging. We hope to bring together researchers in different areas of inorganic chemistry and materials chemistry as well as the electrochemical science and technology with the intent to discuss the current state of the art in understanding the link between fundamental processes and resulting properties of the polyoxometallate and metal oxide based systems. Contributions are sought but not limited to the papers investigating electrochemical properties leading to better understanding of the systems’ physicochemical properties and reaction mechanisms. Both experimental and theoretical papers as well as contributions involving simulations and DFT calculations are welcome. Additional specific areas to be covered include design of cathode and anode materials, new preparative and processing approaches, fabrication of advanced and functionalized materials as well as electrode characterization using in-situ and ex-situ methods.
The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

L09 - Physical and Electrochemical Processes at Flow Battery Electrodes

Redox flow batteries have been recognized as an important prospective technology for stationary energy storage, including grid-scale energy storage, thanks to their flexible design, ease of independently scaling energy and power, and potentially simpler manufacture of large scale systems. The all-vanadium redox flow battery is probably the most common commercial system at present but others are also being developed and there is much research on proposed redox couples for future systems including both inorganic and organic electroactive systems in aqueous and non-aqueous electrolytes.
This symposium seeks oral and poster presentations on advances in science and technology relating to electrodes for flow batteries. In particular it will address novel materials, electrode structures, technology and designs as well as issues related to electrochemistry, chemistry or physics of the electrodes and the electrode-solution interface. Special attention will be paid to characterization and fundamental understanding of newly synthesized, modified or novel redox active compounds and electrode materials.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

(1) Characterization of the effects of thermal, chemical and electrochemical treatments of carbon felts, carbon papers and other electrode materials for flow batteries

(2) Novel redox systems and their electrode kinetics

(3) Novel electrode materials and electrode treatments

(4) Kinetics of electrode reactions of redox couples for present and future flow batteries

(5) Effect of electrode materials and electrode pretreatment on kinetics

(6) Mechanisms of electrochemical reactions for redox couples used in flow batteries

(7) Characterization and properties of electrode materials (e.g., electrocatalytic properties, hydrophilicity, electrochemically active surface area, surface functional groups, etc.)

(8) Parasitic electrode reactions (such as hydrogen evolution) and their effects on flow battery performance

(9) Corrosion and long-term degradation of flow battery electrodes and associated bipolar plates

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

L10 - Interfacial Analysis for Energy Storage

For electrochemical energy storage systems such as batteries, (pseudo-) capacitors and other emerging storage devices, the gas/solid, liquid/solid, and solid/solid interfaces are critical nexus where many important physical and chemical processes take place. For example, the formation of the solid-electrolyte interphase (SEI) is one kind of electrochemical deposition at the electrode surface. How the SEI is formed and what it is composed of are strongly related to battery performance and safety (e.g., dendrite formation at lithium metal anode). Electrode/electrolyte interfaces usually experience transformations during battery charge-discharge cycling, resulting in changes in cycle life and energy capacity. Similarly, the interfacial couplings and reactions between electrodes and solid electrolytes dictate the operation and performance of solid-state batteries in distinct ways. Analysis of such interfacial processes provide critical information for materials design and operational improvements for numerous energy storage systems. Examining the methodology used for diagnosis of interfacial (heterogeneous) charge transfer processes is also key to understanding the involved chemistries. This symposium seeks oral and poster presentations on advanced methodology, innovative structure design, and research frontiers on interfacial analysis for energy storage. Addressing the pressing opportunities and challenges in these directions will help bridge expertise in academic research to industrial processes in energy devices. The technologies and topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
(1) Control of electrochemical deposition for energy storage applications;

(2) Single crystal, thin film and substrate supported model systems for energy storage interfaces and interphases;

(3) Interfacial electrochemistry induced phase transformations and degradation processes in battery, capacitor, and other related devices;

(4) Fundamental experimental and theoretical investigations of electrode/electrolyte interfaces (e.g., solid/liquid, and solid/solid) for energy storage and electrocatalysis related to energy storage processes;

(5) Analytical, in-situ and operando characterizations of electrochemical interfacial processes, including those on buried interphases, related to energy storage.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.


M01 - Recent Advances in Sensors Systems 4

This symposium will prove a forum for the broad discussion of research and development in the field of physical and chemical sensors (gas, liquid and other types), including molecular recognition surfaces, transduction methods and integrated and microsensor systems. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

(1) development of new selective molecular recognition surface and materials;

(2) sensor and analytical systems for safety and security;

(3) novel methods for signal amplification and detection;

(4) sensor arrays for the simultaneous detection of multiple analytes;

(5) micro total analysis systems (-TAS);

(6) physics and chemistry of sensors and sensor materials, synthesis/fabrication and characterization of novel compositions;

(7) novel sensor concepts, design, modeling, and verification;

(8) sensor arrays, and electronic noses and tongues;

(9) physical, chemical and biological/biomedical sensors and actuators, such as gas, humidity, ion, and molecular sensors, their system integration and actuating functions;

(10) optical sensors and fiber optic sensors;

(11) wireless sensors;

(12) emerging technologies and applications including nanosensors and sensors leveraging nanotechnology;

(13) harsh environment sensors.

All transduction methods are of interest for this symposium (e.g. electrochemical, resistive, capacitive, optical, acoustic, gravimetric and thermal), The goal of this symposium is to present the broadest possible coverage of modern physical and chemical sensing progress and to highlight the present state of the art relative to basic and applied areas.

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.

M02 - Biosensors, Lab-on-chips, Point-of-care Testing, In vitro, and In vivo Imaging 2

Currently medical diagnostics is often based upon expensive lab-based large-scale analytical instruments. Sensors and lab-on-chip devices are under development for rapid, inexpensive, and field-deployable detection and diagnosis. This symposium focuses on sensors for improving the health and wellbeing of individuals. The scope includes, but is not limited to:

(1) Sensors using antibodies nucleic acid and small molecules as molecular recognition probes
(2) Sensors using nanostructures to improve performance
(3) Wearable devices
(4) Point-of-care detection tools
(5) Lab-on-chips for healthcare
(6) In-vitro and in-vivo imaging techniques
(7) Theranostics and related sensing and imaging techniques
(8) Materials, devices, and fabrication techniques, which have potential applications in food safety, biomedical, and health applications

The deadline of Monday, 24 April 2023 has been reached. New submissions closed.