International Conference on Electroceramics

The international conference on Electroceramics, held every two years, gathers materials scientists, physicists, chemists, and application engineers active in the field of functional ceramics, working on theory, experiments, synthesis, and applications of electroceramic materials. Strong emphasise is placed in the electrical, magnetic, electrochemical, and optical behaviour or phenomena of these functional or multifunctional materials. We will organise cross-cuttring sessions in the areas of theory, processes, and characterisation. ICE was initiated by Professor Harry L. Tuller (President of ICE) at MIT in 2003. In 2019 we shall have the ninth conference. The most recent conferences took place in Nagoya, Japan (2017), State College, US (2015) and Joao Pessoa, Brazil (2013). 

Theme 1: Ionics/Mixed Conductors: Defects, Transport, Electrochemical energy storage/conversion

  • Solid State Batteries
  • Solid oxide fuel and electrolysis cells (SOFC/SOEC)
  • Photoassisted processes/Solar Fuels
  • Defects & Transport 
  • Electrochemical interfaces

 
Theme 2: Electronic electroceramics:

  • Memory Devices: Memristors, ferroelectric/magnetic memories
  • Sensors and actuators: Chemical sensors, thermistors, varistors
  • Energy Conversion: Solar, thermoelectrics, piezoelectric generators
  • Oxide materials at low dimensional limit: Surfaces and interfaces

 
General topics:

  • Advanced Characterization
  • Theory/Modeling 
  • Ceramic and Thin Film Processing

ICE Chair

Harry L. Tuller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

ICE Program Chair

Jennifer Rupp, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

Plenary Speakers

Geoffrey Beach

Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
MIT

Will Chueh

Assistant Professor in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering
Stanford University

Invited Speakers

Sarbajit Banerjee, Texas A&M Unviversity, USA

Monica Burriel, Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble, France

Tor Grande, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Michael Kozicki, Arizona State University, USA

Gabriel Molas, CEALETI, France

Vasiliki Tileli, EPFL, Switzerland

Rainer Waser, RWTH Aachen, Germany

Yuchao Yang, Peking University, China

Tutorial Speakers

Tor Grande, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Topic: Defects in Oxides

Derek Sinclair, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom    
Topic: Dielectric Spectroscopy