American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 100, No. 8 | 41 Celebrating 100 years ELECTRONIC MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS 2022 DoubleTree by Hilton | Orlando, Fla., USA | SAVE THE DATE JAN.19–21, 2022 ORGANIZED BY THE ACerS ELECTRONICS AND BASIC SCIENCE DIVISIONS Electronic Materials and Applications 2022 (EMA 2022) is an interna- tional conference focused on electroceramic materials and their ap- plications in electronic, electrochemical, electromechanical, magnetic, dielectric, biological, and optical components, devices, and systems. Jointly programmed by the Electronics Division and Basic Science Divi- sion of The American Ceramic Society, EMA 2022 will take place at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at Sea World, Jan. 19–21, 2022. EMA 2022 is designed for scientists, engineers, technologists, and stu- dents interested in basic science, engineering, and applications of elec- troceramic materials. Participants from across the world in academia, industry, and national laboratories exchange information and ideas on the latest developments in theory, experimental investigation, and ap- plications of electroceramic materials. Students are highly encouraged to participate in the meeting. Prizes will be awarded for the best oral and poster student presentations. The technical program includes plenary talks, invited lectures, contrib- uted papers, poster presentations, and open discussions. EMA 2022 features symposia focused on dielectric, piezoelectric, pyroelectric, magnetoelectronic, (multi)ferroic, quantum, relaxor, optoelectronic, and photonic ceramics complex oxide thin films, heterostructures, and nanocomposites semiconductors superconductors ion-con- ducting ceramics 5G materials for millimeter-wave technology and functional biological materials. Other symposia emphasize broader themes covering processing, microstructure evolution, and integra- tion effects of surfaces and interfaces on processing, transport, and properties point defects, dislocations, and grain boundaries meso- scale phenomena and advanced characterization and computational design of electronic materials. EMA includes several networking opportunities to facilitate collabora- tions for scientific and technical advances related to materials, compo- nents, devices, and systems. The Basic Science Division will again host a tutorial session in addition to the regular conference programming. The grand finale of the meeting will again be Failure: The Greatest Teacher. We invite anyone interested to submit a brief abstract for this educational and engaging event that concludes the meeting. Please join us in Orlando, Fla., to participate in this unique experience! Jennifer Andrew, (Electronics Division) University of Florida, USA jandrew@mse.ufl. edu Edward Gorzkowski, (Electronics Division) Naval Research Laboratory, USA edward.gorzkowski Andrew Gorzkowski Krause Dillon Amanda Krause, (Basic Science Division) University of Florida, USA Shen Dillon, (Basic Science Division) University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA ORGANIZING COMMITTEE TECHNICAL PROGRAM S1 Characterization of Structure–Property Relationships in Functional Ceramics S2 Advanced Electronic Materials: Processing Structures, Properties, and Applications S3 Frontiers in Ferroic Oxides: Synthesis, Structure, Properties, and Applications S4 Complex Oxide Thin Films and Heterostructures: From Synth- esis to Strain/Interface-engineered Emergent Properties S5 Mesoscale Phenomena in Ferroic Nanostructures: From Pat- terns to Functionalities S6 Emerging Semiconductor Materials and Interfaces S7 Superconducting and Related Materials: From Basic Science to Applications S8 Structure–Property Relationships in Relaxor Ceramics S9 Ion-conducting Ceramics S10 Point Defects and Transport in Ceramics S11 Evolution of Structure and Chemistry of Grain Boundaries and Their Networks as a Function of Material Processing S12 5G Materials and Applications Telecommunications S13 Agile Design of Electronic Materials: Aligned Computational and Experimental Approaches and Materials Informatics S14 Functional Materials for Biological Applications S15 Advanced Microelectrics ACerS is pleased to announce the addition of a hybrid option for EMA ’22 to allow participation by individuals who cannot attend in- person due to travel restrictions. We plan to provide a hybrid solution that will incorporate prerecorded talks from virtual attendees into the live onsite programming. All live sessions will be recorded for all attendees to view at the conclusion of the live conference, available until March 31, 2022.
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