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SES 2017 Symposium on "Energy Materials"
We invite you to submit an abstract to "Symposium VI-B: Energy Materials" at the 54rd Annual Technical Meeting of the Society of Engineering Science: SES2017. More information on the symposium can be found at this link or at the bottom of this message.
The conference will be held at Northeastern University in Boston, MA on July 25-28, 2017. Information on the conference may be found at: http://www.northeastern.edu/ses2017/.
Abstracts are due April 20, 2017. Please submit your abstract here: http://www.northeastern.edu/ses2017/track-topics/symposia/symposium-vi-b-energy-materials/.
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting!
Siva Nadimpalli, New Jersey Institute of Technology, email@example.com
Kejie Zhao, Purdue University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudio Di Leo, Georgia Institute of Technology, email@example.com
Carol Livermore, Northeastern University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Pharr, Texas A&M University, email@example.com
Mechanics has emerged as one of the key factors affecting the performance of energy materials in thermoelectrics, photovoltaics, and batteries. The importance of mechanical properties in materials for renewable energy sources, such as wind, wave, solar, geomethermal, and tidal energies, is also widely recognized. This symposium will bring together experts from materials sciences, mechanics, chemistry, and other engineering communities interested in energy conversion, storage, and harvesting to review the current state of the art technologies and discuss the outstanding research needs and grand challenges in mechanics of advanced energy materials. Interdisciplinary topics will be addressed through invited talks in order to accelerate the fundamental understanding of these materials toward applications. Topics addressed in this symposium will include (but not be limited to):
- Mechanics of materials used in Li-ion batteries, solid state fuel cells, and hydrogen storage, including mechanics-guided material design and optimization
- Mechanics of energy conversion and storage systems, including solar, thermoelectric, vibrational energy harvesting, and nanocapacitor systems
- Reliability and fatigue of materials for renewable energy
- Advanced characterization techniques
- Multi-scale & multi-physics modeling, simulation, and theory of advanced energy materials