Agenda


Event At-A-Glance

Sunday
June 28
Monday
June 29
Tuesday
June 30
Wednesday
July 1
Thursday
July 2

8:45 am 12:00 pm
Workshop
optional
see below for details

9:00 am12:30 pm
Plenary Sessions
8:3010:30 am
Parallel Sessions
8:3010:30 am
Parallel Sessions
8:3010:30 am
Parallel Sessions
10:3011:00 am
Break
10:3011:00 am
Break
10:3011:00 am
Break
10:3011:00 am
Break
10:3011:00 am
Break

 8:45 am 12:00 pm
Workshop-con’t
optional
see below for details

9:00 am12:30 pm
Plenary Sessions-con’t
11:00 am12:30 pm
Parallel Sessions
11:00 am12:30 pm
Parallel Sessions
11:00 am 12:30 pm
Parallel Sessions
12:001:00 pm
Lunch
12:302:00 pm
Lunch
12:302:00 pm
Lunch
12:302:00 pm
Lunch
12:30 pm
Adjourn

1:006:00 pm
Workshop-con’t
optional
see below for details

2:004:00 pm
Parallel Sessions
2:004:00 pm
Parallel Sessions
2:004:00 pm
Parallel Sessions
 
  4:004:30 pm
Break
4:004:30 pm
Break
4:004:30 pm
Break
 
  4:306:00 pm
Parallel Sessions
4:306:00 pm
Parallel Sessions
4:306:00 pm
Parallel Sessions
 
6:009:00 pm
Welcome Reception
7:0010:00 pm
Cruise
6:008:30 pm
Poster Session
7:0010:00 pm 
Banquet
 


Thermoelectrics Workshop Day

The Sunday tutorial is sponsored by the MTI Corporation and Jiang’s Family Foundation

Topic: Unconventional Thermoelectrics in Emerging Materials

Sunday June 28, 2020, from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

The intent of this 1-day workshop is to provide greater context into the content that will be presented at ICT 2020. The workshop is geared towards graduate students, postdocs and people new to the field of thermoelectrics.

The number of workshop participants is limited and on a first come, first served basis. There will be an additional fee of $25 to attend this workshop.

Invited Speakers:

Xiaoping Jiang, MTI Corporation and Shenyang Kejing Auto-instrument Co.,Ltd.
High Throughput Experimental Technologies for Material Research

Qiang Li, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Thermoelectric Lead-Tin Chalcogenides – Past and Present

Lilia Woods, University of South Florida
Novel Macroscopic and Microscopic Concepts in Thermoelectricity

Jian He, Clemson University
Entropy engineering of SnTe towards high-entropy thermoelectrics

Brian Skinner, Ohio State University
Large thermopower of topological semimetals in a magnetic field

Jiun-Haw Chu, University of Washington

TBD