Symposium : A-5 : Thermoelectric materials for sustainable development
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Aug. 2814:00 - 16:00Room1 / JOINT SESSION 1
South 1F #11 
Chair : Paolo MELE Muroran Institute of Technology 
Chair : Michihiro OHTA National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) 
Introductory Remarks Aug. 28  14:00 14:10 Paolo MELE Muroran Institute of Technology
2434   Keynote   A5-K28-001 Aug. 28   14:10 14:50 Kunihito KOUMOTO Toyota Physical and Chemical Research Institute Flexible Thermoelectric Devices for Energy Harvesting and Cooling
2130   Invited   A5-I28-017 Aug. 28   14:50 15:15 Jiaqing HE Southern University of Science and Technology, Shenzhen 518055 Spherical Aberration Corrected TEM for Thermoelectric Materials
Coffee Break Aug. 28  15:15 16:00
Aug. 2816:00 - 17:50Room1 / DEVICES
South 1F #11 
Chair : Chunlei WAN Tsinghua University 
Chair : Kunihito KOUMOTO Toyota Physical and Chemical Research Institute 
2214   Invited   A5-I28-003 Aug. 28   16:00 16:25 Ngo Van NONG Technical University of Denmark Development of Thermoelectric Modules: A Balance between Performance and Stability
3610   Invited   A5-I28-004 Aug. 28   16:25 16:50 Priyanka JOOD Research Institute for Energy Conservation, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Tsukuba High Efficiency thermoelectric materials and modules from nanostructured PbTe
3394     A5-O28-005 Aug. 28   16:50 17:05 Masakazu MUKAIDA Department of Material and Chemistry, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Thermoelectric Module Fabricated by Laminated Polymer and Metal
2326     A5-O28-006 Aug. 28   17:05 17:20 Albert T. WU Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, National Central University Study of diffusion barrier for thermoelectric material modules
3238     A5-O28-007 Aug. 28   17:20 17:35 Ryosuke O. SUZUKI Faculty of Engineering, Hokkaido University Performance Analysis of Thermoelectric Modules Consisting of Square Truncated Pyramid Elements
3728     A5-O28-008 Aug. 28   17:35 17:50 Seungwoo HAN Department of Nano-mechanics, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials Fabrication and characterization of flexible thermoelectric power generators using thin films
Aug. 2816:00 - 17:50Room2 / SULPHIDES
South BF #01 
Chair : Kanishka BISWAS JNCASR 
Chair : David BERTHEBAUD CRISMAT ENSICAEN UMR CNRS 6508 
2075   Invited   A5-I28-009 Aug. 28   16:00 16:25 Emmanuel GUILMEAU Laboratoire CRISMAT Recent Progress in Thermoelectric Complex Sulphides
2707   Invited   A5-I28-010 Aug. 28   16:25 16:50 Anthony POWELL Department of Chemistry, University of Reading, UK Mixed-Metal Sulphides for Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting from Waste Heat
2302   Invited   A5-I28-016 Aug. 28   16:50 17:15 Kanishka BISWAS New Chemistry Unit, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR), Bangalore Origin of ultra-low thermal conductivity in complex chalcogenides: Effect of intergrowth nanostructures, lone pair and rattling
2659     A5-O28-011 Aug. 28   17:15 17:30 *D Emmanuel GUILMEAU Laboratoire CRISMAT, ENSICAEN, Caen High-performance thermoelectric bulk colusite though process-induced structural disordering
3167     A5-O28-012 Aug. 28   17:30 17:45 Tristan BARBIER CRISMAT, 6 boulevard du marechal juin, Caen, france Investigation of some new copper-based sulfide thermoelectric materials
3514     A5-O28-013 Aug. 28   17:45 18:00 *D Hongyao XIE State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan 430070, China Thermoelectric Performance of CuFeS2+2x Composites Prepared by Rapid Thermal Explosion
3522     A5-O28-014 Aug. 28   18:00 18:15 *D Dongwang YANG State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan 430070, China. Mechanochemical synthesis of high thermoelectric performance bulk Cu2X (X=S, Se) materials
2284     A5-O28-015 Aug. 28   18:15 18:30 *D Hiroki NAGAI Department of Applied Physics, Tohoku University Thermoelectric Properties of Olivine-type Sulfides
Aug. 299:00 - 10:40Room1 / OXIDES I
South 1F #11 
Chair : Ichiro TERASAKI Nagoya University 
Chair : Hanns-Ulrich HABERMEIER Science Consulting International 
2194   Keynote   A5-K29-001 Aug. 29   09:00 09:40 Ryoji FUNAHASHI National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology Improvement of thermoelectric properties and durability for oxide modules
2170     A5-O29-002 Aug. 29   09:40 09:55 *G ANUP V SANCHELA Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University Thermopower modulation clarification of intrinsic carrier transport of novel transparent conducting oxide BaSnO3
3440     A5-O29-003 Aug. 29   09:55 10:10 *D Huiching CHANG Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan,Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan,)Graduate Institute of Electronics Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties via Elements Manipulation in Bulk BiCuTeO
3299     A5-O29-004 Aug. 29   10:10 10:25 *G Rudder WU Thermal Energy Materials Group, National Institute for Materials Science Developing thermoelectric performance of hierarchically porous ZnO based material prepared using pressure-less spark plasma sintering
2469     A5-O29-005 Aug. 29   10:25 10:40 Emmanuel COMBE LCIS-GREENMAT, University of Liege Preparation of p-type Bi2Sr2Co2Ox and n-type doped CaMnO3 polycrystalline thermoelectric bulk materials by Pilot Spray Drying processing way
Aug. 2914:00 - 16:00Room1 / OXIDES II
South 1F #11 
Chair : Ryoji FUNAHASHI National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology 
Chair : Ngo Van NONG Technical University of Denmark 
3089   Keynote   A5-K29-012 Aug. 29   14:00 14:40 Soonil LEE Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology Defect Engineering for Thermoelectricity Enhancement in Thermoelectric Oxides
3536     A5-O29-013 Aug. 29   14:40 14:55 *D Saurabh SINGH School of Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, Kamand H.P. India Investigation of High Temperature Thermoelectric Properties of Oxides Materials
2155     A5-O29-014 Aug. 29   14:55 15:10 Cihangir DURAN Yildirim Beyazit University, Ankara Thermoelectric properties of textured KSr2Nb5O15 ceramics prepared by templated grain growth
2673     A5-O29-015 Aug. 29   15:10 15:25 *D Jean-Baptiste LABEGORRE Laboratoire CRISMAT, ENSICAEN, Caen Phonon scattering by 2D structural defects in In:ZnO thermoelectric compounds
Coffee Break Aug. 29  15:25 16:00
Aug. 2916:00 - 17:35Room1 / OXIDES III
South 1F #11 
Chair : Soonil LEE Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology 
Chair : Michitaka OHTAKI Kyushu University 
2248   Invited   A5-I29-016 Aug. 29   16:00 16:25 Ichiro TERASAKI Nagoya University Experimental evaluation of the Kelvin formula in correlated oxides
3332   Invited   A5-I29-017 Aug. 29   16:25 16:50 Hanns-Ulrich HABERMEIER Science Consulting International Thermoelectric Properties of Complex Oxide Thin Films and Superlattices – from Basics to Applications
2712     A5-O29-018 Aug. 29   16:50 17:05 Oscar J DURA University of Castilla-La Mnacha Nanostructuring and nanocomposite approaches on the thermoelectric cobalt oxide La(1-x)SrxCoO3
2892     A5-O29-019 Aug. 29   17:05 17:20 *D Susumu FUJII Department of Adaptive Machine Systems, Osaka University Microscopic Thermal Transport and its Scattering Mechanism in Layered Oxides
2171     A5-O29-020 Aug. 29   17:20 17:35 *D Yuqiao ZHANG Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University Thermoelectric Performance of SrTi1-xNbxO3 System (Bulk & Superlattices)
Aug. 299:00 - 10:40Room2 / SELENIDES AND TELLURIDES I
South BF #01 
Chair : Emmanuel GUILMEAU Laboratoire CRISMAT 
Chair : In CHUNG Seoul National University 
2040   Invited   A5-I29-006 Aug. 29   09:00 09:25 Pierre Ferdinand POUDEU Laboratory for Emerging Energy and Electronic Materials, Materials Science and Engineering Department, University of Michigan Partial In solubility boots the thermoelectric figure of merit of Cu2Se nanocomposites
3439     A5-O29-007 Aug. 29   09:25 09:40 Kornelius NIELSCH Leibniz Institute of Solid State and Materials Research Dresden,University of Hamburrg Thermoelectric Performance of Bi2Te3-based Nanostructures and their 3D Topological Insulator Nature
3543     A5-O29-008 Aug. 29   09:40 09:55 *D Gang ZHENG State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology High thermoelectric performance of p-BiSbTe alloys prepared by ultra-fast thermal explosion
3666     A5-O29-009 Aug. 29   09:55 10:10 Weon Ho SHIN Energy Materials Center, Energy and Environmental Division, Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology Synthesis of Heterogeneous Structure Based on Bi0.5Sb1.5Te3 and Their Thermoelectric Properties
2031     A5-O29-011 Aug. 29   10:10 10:25 *G Zhao WANG Guangxi University Understanding Phonon Scattering by Precipitates in Doped Thermoelectrics
Aug. 2914:00 - 16:00Room2 / SELENIDES AND TELLURIDES II
South BF #01
 
Chair : Pierre Ferdinand POUDEU  University of Michigan 
Chair : Qiang LI Brookhaven National Laboratory 
2512   Invited   A5-I29-021 Aug. 29   14:00 14:25 Kunpeng ZHAO Shanghai Institute of Ceramics Thermoelectric Properties of Cu2X (X=S, Se, Te) Materials
3028     A5-O29-022 Aug. 29   14:25 14:40 *G Kaiping TAI Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences High-Performance Flexible and Tailorable Thermoelectrics from Bismuth Telluride/Cellulose-Fiber Paper Composite
3808     A5-O29-023 Aug. 29   14:40 14:55 Hao-Jen YOU Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica,Department of Physics, National Taiwan Normal University Flexible Thermoelectric Materials Bismuth Telluride on FCCL Substrate
2365     A5-O29-024 Aug. 29   14:55 15:10 *D Renshuang ZHAI State Key Laboratory of Silicon Materials, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University Synergistic role of Se slightly doping for p-type Bi0.5Sb1.5Te3
2316     A5-O29-025 Aug. 29   15:10 15:25 *D S VINOTH Centre for Green Energy Technology, Pondicherry University Controlled synthesis and optimization of Bi2Te3 hexagonal nanoplatelets and its characteristic studies
3300     A5-O29-026 Aug. 29   15:25 15:40 Hongchao WANG School of Physics, State Key Laboratory of Crystal Materials, Shandong University, China Optimization of thermoelectric performance of SnTe alloys through resonance level and band convergence
Coffee Break Aug. 29  15:40 16:00
Aug. 2916:00 - 17:50Room2 / SELENIDES AND TELLURIDES III
South BF #01 
Chair : Kornelius NIELSCH NIELSCH University of Hamburrg 
Chair : Jihui YANG University of Washington 
3890   Keynote   A5-K29-027 Aug. 29   16:00 16:40 Qiang LI Brookhaven National Laboratory Thermoelectric Properties in Dirac Semimetals
3174   Invited   A5-I29-028 Aug. 29   16:40 17:05 In CHUNG Center for Nanoparticle Research, Institute for Basic Science (IBS), Seoul 08826,,School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul 08826 Enhancing thermoelectric properties of polycrystalline SnSe-based materials
3779     A5-O29-029 Aug. 29   17:05 17:20 *D Aichi YAMASHITA National Institute for Materials Science,University of Tsukuba High Thermoelectric Properties in SnSe Single Crystal
2829     A5-O29-030 Aug. 29   17:20 17:35 *D Mengjia GUAN Shanghai Institute of Ceramics,Chinese Academy of Sciences,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences Thermoelectric properties in Cu2SexTe1-x (0.1
3012     A5-O29-031 Aug. 29   17:35 17:50 *D Tong XING Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China Depressed intrinsic excitation promotes performance to higher temperature in AgxBi0.5Sb1.5-xTe3
Aug. 309:00 - 10:45Room1 / THIN FILMS, MULTILAYERS, NANOSTRUCTURES I
South 1F #11 
Chair : Maarit KARPPINEN Aalto University 
Chair : Hiromichi OHTA  Hokkaido University 
3694   Keynote   A5-K30-001 Aug. 30   09:00 09:40 Chunlei WAN School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, China High-performance inorganic/organic superlattices for flexible thermoelectric energy harvesting
2331   Invited   A5-I30-002 Aug. 30   09:40 10:05 Kyu Hyoung LEE Kangwon National University Design and preparation of high performance thermoelectric materials with defect structures
3513   Invited   A5-I30-003 Aug. 30   10:05 10:30 Wei LIU State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan 430070, China Growth and Transport Properties of Tetradymite Thin films
3512     A5-O30-004 Aug. 30   10:30 10:45 *G Yonggao YAN State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, Hubei, China Rapid fabrication of thermoelectric SnTe via non-equilibrium laser 3D printing and the finite element simulation
Aug. 3014:00 - 16:00Room1 / THIN FILMS, MULTILAYERS, NANOSTRUCTURES II
South 1F #11 
Chair : Hiroaki NISHIKAWA Kindai University 
Chair : Kyu Hyoung LEE Kangwon National University 
3431   Invited   A5-I30-010 Aug. 30   14:00 14:25 Maarit KARPPINEN Aalto University, Department of Chemistry and Materials Science Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Thin Films for Flexible Thermoelectrics
2030   Invited   A5-I30-011 Aug. 30   14:25 14:50 Hiromichi OHTA Research Institute for Electronic Science, Hokkaido University Electric Field Modulation of Thermopower in Two-dimensional Electron Gas
2891     A5-O30-012 Aug. 30   14:50 15:05 *G Yosuke KUROSAKI Hitachi Ltd., Center for Exploratory Research Dependence of Thermal Conductivity on Ge doping amount in Nanocomposite Thin Films of MnSi1.7 and SiGe
3037     A5-O30-013 Aug. 30   15:05 15:20 Koji MIYAZAKI Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology Interfacial thermal resistance between bismuth telluride and polyimide
2878     A5-O30-014 Aug. 30   15:20 15:35 *G Ruoming TIAN Toyota Physical and Chemical Research Institute Flexible Inorganic/Organic Superlattice Film for Thermal Energy Harvesting
Coffee Break Aug. 30  15:35 16:00
Aug. 3016:00 - 17:55Room2 / ORGANIC AND POLYMERIC THERMOELECTRICS
South BF #01 
Chair : Hiroaki ANNO Tokyo University of Science, Yamaguchi 
Chair : Tamio ENDO Mie University 
2914   Invited   A5-I30-015 Aug. 30   16:00 16:25 Yoshiyuki NONOGUCHI Nara Institute of Science and Technology Enhanced n-Type Thermoelectric Transport in Carbon Nanotubes by Supramolecular Doping
2044     A5-O30-016 Aug. 30   16:25 16:40 *G Fatemehsadat PISHBIN Department of Materials, Imperial College London, London SW7 2BP, UK,Shell Centre for Advanced Interfacial Materials Science, Imperial College London, London SW7 2BP, UK Novel Strategies to develop Thermoelectric Nanocomposite Polymeric Films
2068     A5-O30-017 Aug. 30   16:40 16:55 *M Shantanu MISRA Graduate School of Integrated Science and Technology, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan,Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, Japan Synthesis and thermoelectric properties of hydrochloric acid treated polypyrrole nanotubes
2116     A5-O30-018 Aug. 30   16:55 17:10 *D Wei SHI State Key Laboratory of High Performance Ceramics and Superfine Microstructure, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, China,University of Chinese Academy of Science, 19A Yuquan Road, Beijing 100049, China Self-inhibited Polymerization of Micron-thick PEDOT Films with High Electrical Conductivity for Thermoelectric Application
3645     A5-O30-019 Aug. 30   17:10 17:25 *D Megat Muhammad Ikhsan Megat HASNAN Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Thermoelectric Studies of ionic complexes of Mn(II), Fe(II) and Co(II) with N-donor ligands and benzoate counter ion
3403     A5-O30-020 Aug. 30   17:25 17:40 Shiqiang BAI Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, A*STAR Singapore Thermoelectric films built from molecular materials: structure and performance
3027     A5-O30-021 Aug. 30   17:40 17:55 *D Warittha THONGKHAM Energy Technology Division, School of Energy, Environment and Materials, KMUTT, Thailand An Instant Processable Thermoelectric Foam : Influence of Polar Solvent and Anionic Surfactant
Aug. 309:00 - 10:35Room2 / THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY, PHONONS, THERMAL TRANSPORT PHENOMENA I
South BF #01
 
Chair : Per EKLUND Linkoping University 
Chair : Umesh WAGHMARE JNCASR 
2237   Invited   A5-I30-005 Aug. 30   09:00 09:25 Young Soo LIM Department of Materials System Engineering, Pukyong National University, Busan, Korea Interface-Controlled Oxide-Graphene Nanocomposites for Independent Control of Charge and Thermal Transport
2983   Invited   A5-I30-006 Aug. 30   09:25 09:50 David BERTHEBAUD CRISMAT ENSICAEN UMR CNRS 6508, Caen, France Searching for transition metal chalcogenides with potential low thermal conductivity
3863   Invited   A5-I30-030 Aug. 30   09:50 10:15 Umesh V. WAGHMARE Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR) Tuning Electronic Structure, Topology and Thermoelectric Properties of Metal Chalcogenides: First-principles Simulations
3248     A5-O30-007 Aug. 30   10:15 10:30 *D Chan-Chieh LIN Department of Applied Physics and Institute of Natural Science, Kyung Hee University High thermoelectric performance and extremely low lattice thermal conductivity in K- and Ag-doped (SnSe)1−x(SnS)x fabricated by hot press sintering
2241     A5-O30-008 Aug. 30   10:30 10:45 *G Yosuke SHIMURA Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University Impact of Sn introduction on Thermal Conductivity of Si1-xGex
2627     A5-O30-009 Aug. 30   10:45 11:00 Yancheng WANG State Key Laboratory of High Performance Ceramics and Superfine Microstructure, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai, 200050, China,University of Chinese Academy of Science, 19 Yuquan Road, Beijing 100049, China Phonon scattering and thermal transport in filled skutterudite YbFe4Sb12: ab initio molecular dynamics simulation
Aug. 3014:00 - 16:00Room2 / ALLOYS AND INTERMETALLICS
South BF #01 
Chair : Thierry CAILLAT Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology 
Chair : Yuri GRIN Max-Planck-Institut fuer Chemische Physik fester Stoffe  
2101   Invited   A5-I30-022 Aug. 30   14:00 14:25 Tiejun ZHU School of Materials Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University Continuous efforts towards high performance half-Heusler thermoelectric materials
3517     A5-O30-023 Aug. 30   14:25 14:40 Tiezheng HU State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology Self-propagating high-temperature synthesis and thermoelectric properties of ZrNiSn thermoelectric material
2945     A5-O30-024 Aug. 30   14:40 14:55 *G Hiroki K SATO Advanced Research Division, Panasonic Corporation Realizing n-type conduction and high thermoelectric performance in Mg3(Sb,Bi)2 by Se substitution
2621     A5-O30-025 Aug. 30   14:55 15:10 Franck GASCOIN Laboratoire CRISMAT UMR CNRS UNIVERSITY OF NORMANDIE Effect of polarity in intermetallics for thermoelectricity
Coffee Break Aug. 30  15:10 16:00
Aug. 3016:00 - 17:35Room2 / SELENIDES TELLURIDES IV
South BF #01 
Chair : Koji MIYAZAKI Kyushu Institute of Technology 
Chair : Anthony POWELL University of Reading 
2016   Keynote   A5-K30-026 Aug. 30   16:00 16:40 Jihui YANG Materials Science and Engineering Department, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195 High thermoelectric performance in Te-free (Bi,Sb)2Se3
3864   Invited   A5-I30-027 Aug. 30   16:40 17:05 Carlo FANCIULLI CNR-ICMATE Lecco Open die pressing of thermoelectric materials: a solution for material sintering and texture inducing
2539     A5-O30-028 Aug. 30   17:05 17:20 *D Jinfeng DONG Tsinghua University Enhanced thermoelectric performance of p-type MnTe doped with Ag
2743     A5-O30-029 Aug. 30   17:20 17:35 *D Chao-Feng WU School of Materials and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing Maximizing thermoelectric performance of PbSe by combining non-stoichiometric composition optimization and alloying with SnSe
Aug. 319:00 - 10:40Room1 / SILICON, SILICIDES I
South 1F #11 
Chair : Yohann THIMONT University of Toulouse Paul SABATIER CIRIMAT Laboratory 
Chair : Teruyuki IKEDA Ibaraki University 
2528   Keynote   A5-K31-001 Aug. 31   09:00 09:40 Yuzuru MIYAZAKI Department of Applied Physics, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University Thermoelectric preperties of Fe and V co-substituted higher manganese silicides
2807     A5-O31-002 Aug. 31   09:40 09:55 *G Swapnil GHODKE Toyota Technological Institute,Nagoya Partially substitution of heavy elements in n-type higher manganese silicide
3210     A5-O31-003 Aug. 31   09:55 10:10 *G Pierre-Yves PICHON RGS Development B.V. Performance, stability, and module integration of Higher Manganese Silicides materials solidified by the Ribbon Growth on Substrate (RGS) process
2682     A5-O31-004 Aug. 31   10:10 10:25 *G Nader FARAHI Institute of Materials Research, German Aerospace Center, 51147 Cologne, Germany Scale-up Synthesis of High Efficiency Mg2(Si,Sn) Based Solid Solutions
2839     A5-O31-005 Aug. 31   10:25 10:40 Tsunehiro TAKEUCHI Toyota Technological Institute Development of (Si, Ge)-based high performance bulk thermoelectric materials
Aug. 3114:00 - 16:00Room1 / SILICON, SILICIDES II
South 1F #11 
Chair : Yuzuru MIYAZAKI MIYAZAKI Tohoku University 
Chair : Tsunehiro TAKEUCHI Toyota Technological Institute 
2182   Invited   A5-I31-013 Aug. 31   14:00 14:25 *D Yohann THIMONT University of Toulouse Paul SABATIER CIRIMAT Laboratory, 118 route de Narbonne, 31520, Toulouse, France Innovative way for the simultaneous flash synthesis, sintering and shaping Higher Manganese Silicides legs
3076   Invited   A5-I31-014 Aug. 31   14:25 14:50 Teruyuki IKEDA Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Ibaraki University Nanostructuring and its effects on thermoelectric properties of Si base composites
3616     A5-O31-015 Aug. 31   14:50 15:05 *D Babak ALINEJAD Faculty of Materials science and engineering, Ibaraki University Fabrication of highly pure, dense Mg2Si via single-step low temperature reactive consolidation
2243     A5-O31-016 Aug. 31   15:05 15:20 *D HAYATO NAKASAWA Department of Applied Physics, Tohoku university Thermoelectric properties of Mo and Ge co-substituted CrSi2
Coffee Break Aug. 31  15:20 16:00
Aug. 3116:00 - 18:05Room1 / CLATHRATES and SKUTTERUDITES
South 1F #11 
Chair : Tie-jun ZHU Zhejiang University 
Chair : Carlo FANCIULLI CNR-ICMATE Lecco 
3364   Keynote   A5-K31-017 Aug. 31   16:00 16:40 Yuri GRIN Max-Planck-Institut fuer Chemische Physik fester Stoffe Phase diagrams and thermoelectric materials
3295   Invited   A5-I31-018 Aug. 31   16:40 17:05 Hiroaki ANNO Tokyo University of Science, Yamaguchi Thermoelectric Properties of Si-Based Multinary Clathrate Systems
2225     A5-O31-019 Aug. 31   17:05 17:20 Thierry CAILLAT Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology Skutterudite-Based Thermoelectric Technology for Integration into a Proposed eMMRTG for Space Power Applications
3717     A5-O31-020 Aug. 31   17:20 17:35 *M Hiroshi AMANO Kyushu University Homogenization of phases and fabrication of p-type thermoelectric materials in Ba8GayGe46-x-ySix clathrate compounds
3630     A5-O31-021 Aug. 31   17:35 17:50 Suhana MOHD SAID Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Thermoelectric enhancement of Co4Sb12 Skutterudite materials by double filling of La and In/Al filler atoms
3594     A5-O31-022 Aug. 31   17:50 18:05 Hideki TOU Department of Physics, Kobe University Comparative Ga-NMR studies on type I and type VIII metallic clathrates
Aug. 319:00 - 10:45Room2 / NEW THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS I
South BF #01 
Chair : Jiaqing HE Southern University of Science and Technology 
Chair : Min-Wook OH Hanbat National University 
2232     A5-O31-006 Aug. 31   09:00 09:15 Isao OHKUBO International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS),Center for Information Integrated Materials, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS),JST-PRESTO Theoretical approach for developing novel nitride thermoelectrics
2486     A5-O31-007 Aug. 31   09:15 09:30 Junyou YANG State Key Laboratory of Material Processing and Die & Mould Technology, Huazhong University of Science & Technology High thermoelectric performance CuInTe2: simultaneous optimization of three parameters by heterostructure barrier blocking
2602     A5-O31-008 Aug. 31   09:30 09:45 *B Fu-Hua SUN State Key Laboratory of New Ceramics and Fine Processing, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, P. R. China Enhanced ZT and thermoelectric stability in Cu12-xNixSb4S12.7 tetrahedrites: the origin of nickel doping
2227     A5-O31-009 Aug. 31   09:45 10:00 Takao MORI National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS),University of Tsukuba Development of Magnetic Materials as Thermoelectric Materials
2265     A5-O31-010 Aug. 31   10:00 10:15 *G Jean-Baptiste Simon VANEY National Institute for Materials Science Thermoelectric and magnetic properties of the Cu-stuffed ferromagnetic spinel phase Cu1+xCr2Te4
2755     A5-O31-011 Aug. 31   10:15 10:30 Chul-Ho LEE Research Institute for Energy Conservation, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Phonon dynamics of LaOBiS2-xSex studied by inelastic neutron scattering
2185     A5-O31-012 Aug. 31   10:30 10:45 *G ENGELBERT REDEL IFG (Institute for Functional Interfaces), KIT (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), Hermann-von-Helmholtz Platz 1, Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany. Thermoelectric Properties & Characterizations of SURMOF Thin Films
Aug. 3114:00 - 16:00Room2 / NEW THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS II
South BF #01 
Chair : Takao MORI  National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) 
Chair : Kirill  KOVNIR University of California, Davis 
2327   Invited   A5-I31-023 Aug. 31   14:00 14:25 Koichiro SUEKUNI Department of Applied Science for Electronics and Materials, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences Cu-S and Ti-S based thermoelectric materials
2745     A5-O31-024 Aug. 31   14:25 14:40 *M Hideyasu OUCHI Department of Advanced Materials Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan The effect of element substitution on crystal structure, thermal stability and thermoelectric properties of Nowotony chimney-ladder phase FeGeγ
2735     A5-O31-025 Aug. 31   14:40 14:55 *D Kazuki TOBITA Department of Advanced Materials Science, The University of Tokyo High pressure synthesis of novel tetragonal iron aluminide FeAl2
2703     A5-O31-026 Aug. 31   14:55 15:10 *D Bhuvanesh SRINIVASAN ISCR UMR CNRS 6226, IPR, ENSCR, University of Rennes 1, Rennes 35042, France Novel glasses, ceramics and solid solutions for thermoelectric applications
2160     A5-O31-027 Aug. 31   15:10 15:25 Yohan BOUYRIE National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Enhanced Thermoelectric Figure of Merit in Non-stoichiometric Colusites Cu26A2E6xS32 (A: Nb, Ta; E: Sn, Ge).
Coffee Break Aug. 31  15:25 16:00
Aug. 3116:00 - 17:35Room2 / THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY, PHONONS, THERMAL TRANSPORT PHENOMENA II
South BF #01 
Chair : Umesh V.  WAGHMARE Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (JNCASR) 
Chair : Dario NARDUCCI University Milano Bicocca 
2951   Invited   A5-I31-029 Aug. 31   16:00 16:25 *G Kedar HIPPALGAONKAR Institute of Materials Research and Engineering, Agency for Science Technology and Research,University of California at Berkeley Low electronic thermal conductivity and violation of Wiedemann-Franz Law in correlated metallic vanadium dioxide
2562     A5-O31-030 Aug. 31   16:25 16:40 *B Kunpeng ZHAO State Key Laboratory of High Performance Ceramics and Superfine Microstructure, Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Science,University of Chinese Academy of Sciences Improved thermoelectric quality factor and performance in Cu2-ySe0.5S0.5 through synergistically reducing thermal conductivity and increasing electrical transports
2665     A5-O31-031 Aug. 31   16:40 16:55 *G Lanling ZHAO School of Physics, Shandong University Thermoelectric technology could realize the direct transition between thermal and electronic energy, which is one of the most effective methods to alleviate the increasingly serious environmental pollution and energy crisis. Among the state-of-the-art the
2502     A5-O31-032 Aug. 31   16:55 17:10 *G Terumasa TADANO National Institute for Materials Science Modeling Phonon Transport in Emergent Thermoelectric Materials with Large Atomic Displacements: A First-Principles Study
Sep. 19:00 - 10:25Room1 / parallel morning session
South 1F #11 
Chair : Jeff SNYDER Northwestern University 
Chair : Gao  MIN Cardiff University 
2084   Invited   A5-I01-005 Sep. 1   09:00 09:25 *G Neophytos NEOPHYTOU School of Engineering, University of Warwick Advanced quantum transport simulations for the design of nanostructured thermoelectric materials
2113     A5-O01-007 Sep. 1   09:25 09:40 Shuo-Wang YANG Institute of High Performance Computing, Agency for Science, Technology and Research Theoretical Studies on the Thermoelectric Properties of (SrO)m(SrTiO3)n Superlattice
2179     A5-O01-008 Sep. 1   09:40 09:55 *D Teng FANG School of Science, China University of Petroleum, Beijing Computational prediction of high thermoelectric performance in p-type half-Heusler compounds with low band effective mass
2972     A5-O01-009 Sep. 1   09:55 10:10 *G Hirokazu TAKAKI Faculty of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba First-principles calculations of thermoelectric properties in a magnetic semiconductor CuFeS2
3675     A5-O01-010 Sep. 1   10:10 10:25 *D Muhammad Akmal KAMARUDIN Centre of Molecular Materials for Photonics and Electronics (CMMPE), Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, CB30FA, United Kingdom. Elucidating the spin crossover effect of Co(II) complex on the Seebeck coefficient via molecular modeling
Sep. 114:00 - 16:00Room1 / joint colsing session 14:00-16:00 South 1F #11 
Chair : Dario NARDUCCI University Milano Bicocca 
Chair : Paolo MELE Muroran Institute of Technology 
2718   Keynote   A5-K01-001 Sep. 1   14:00 14:40 Jeff SNYDER Northwestern University Fermi Surface Complexity Factor for Thermoelectric Materials
3002   Invited   A5-I01-002 Sep. 1   14:40 15:05 Min-Wook OH Department of Advanced Materials Engineering, Hanbat National University Thermoelectric Properties with Modulated Band Structures
3289   Invited   A5-I01-003 Sep. 1   15:05 15:30 *G Per EKLUND Linkoping University Novel nitride and oxide thin-film materials for thermoelectrics
2731   Keynote   A5-K01-015 Sep. 1   15:30 16:10 Gao MIN School of Engineering, Cardiff University A high-throughput approach towards accelerated discovery of promising thermoelectric materials
Conclusive Remarks Sep. 1  16:10 16:15 Paolo MELE Muroran Institute of Technology
Sep. 19:00 - 10:10Room2 / parallel morning session
South BF #01 
Chair : Wei LIU Wuhan University of Technology 
Chair : Koichiro SUEKUNI Kyushu University 
2120   Invited   A5-I01-011 Sep. 1   09:00 09:25 *G Kirill KOVNIR Deaprtment of Chemsitry, University of California, Davis Enclathration of simple and complex cations in phosphide thermoelectrics
3043     A5-O01-012 Sep. 1   09:25 09:40 Kunihiro KIHOU National Institute for Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) Thermoelectric Properties of new As-based compounds Ba1-xKxZn2As2
2206     A5-O01-013 Sep. 1   09:40 09:55 *D Fahim AHMED International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Namiki 1-1, Tsukuba 305-0047, Graduate School of Pure and Applied Sciences, University of Tsukuba, 1-1-1 Tennovdai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-8577 Magnetic Enhancement in a Thermoelectric Chalcopyrite-type Compound CuGaTe2
2324     A5-O01-014 Sep. 1   09:55 10:10 *D Rui LIU State Key Laboratory of New Ceramics and Fine Processing, School of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. Enhanced Thermoelectric Properties of N-type Bi2O2Se by Ge Doping