Invited Speakers

Invited Speakers

Takao Mori National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
Magnetic-enhanced thermoelectrics and applicative considerations
Donald Morelli Michigan State University
Some Reminiscences on the Career and Work of Glen A. Slack
Tiejun Zhu Zhejiang University
Short range order and enhanced thermoelectric properties of cation-deficient 19-electron half-Heusler compounds
Yaniv Gelbstein Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Mechanical and thermodynamic approaches for stabilizing highly efficient thermoelectric materials
Zhifeng Ren University of Houston
Thermoelectric Power Generation vs. Cooling
Kuei-Hsien Chen Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica
Thermoelectric Performance of CoGe1.5Te1.5 Skutterudite
Shengqiang Bai Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Optimization of thermoelectric modules to enhanced performance
Jun Luo Shanghai University
Metallic-glass-like semiconductor with superior flexibility and high room-temperature thermoelectric performance
Peijie Sun Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Large transverse thermoelectricity in topological semimetals
Luis Fonseca IMB-CNM (CSIC) & IREC
Progress in all-silicon micronanogenerators based in Si-related nanowires
Anke Weidenkaff TU Darmstadt
Renewable Thermoelectric Materials
Qiang Li Brookhaven National Laboratory
Topological phases in thermoelectric materials
Jae-Hong Lim Gachon University
Electrochemical deposition for thermoelectric materials/modules
Dario Narducci University of Milano Bicocca
Silicon: an old or a new material?
Yuzuru Miyazaki Tohoku University
Thermoelectric performance of higher manganese silicide-based solid solutions
George S. Nolas University of South Florida
Structure and bonding in complex chalcogenides: Structure-property relationships and new materials research for lower temperature applications
Michihiro Ohta National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
High performance chalcogenide-based thermoelectrics: materialsdevelopment and module fabrication
Junming Liu Nanjing University
A potential “gold” mine of thermoelectric materials: Quaternary compounds I2-II-IV-V4
Hsin Wang Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Materials Challenges for Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generators (RTG)
Peter Rogl University of Vienna
Nonstoichiometry and Thermodynamic Stability as Key Factors for High ZT TE Materials
Yuan-Hua Lin Tsinghua University
Electric and thermal conductivity behaviours of Layered-Oxides Thermoelectric Ceramics
Tsunehiro Takeuchi Research Center for Smart Energy Technology, Toyota Technological Institute
A concept for obtaining a large ZT and development of high-performance Si-Ge based thermoelectric materials
Tsutomu Iida Tokyo University of Science
Current status of development of Mg2Si-based materials for thermoelectric applications
Raphael Hermann Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Paramagnetic Spins Take Electrons for a Ride in Thermoelectric MnTe
Koichiro Suekuni Kyushu University,
Lowering thermal conductivity in Cu–S-based materials
Weishu Liu Southern University of Science and Technology,
PEDOT-based flexible thermoelectric thin films and durable power generation devices
Franck Gascoin CNRS CRISMAT UNICAEN
Polar chalcogenides: from crystal chemistry to transport properties
Lidong Chen Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Ag2S-based inorganic semiconductor: marvelous and tunable flexibility and thermoelectrics
Zhi-Gang Chen University of Southern Queensland
High-Performance Thermoelectric Nanomaterials through employing band engineering and nanostructure engineering
Bo Brummerstedt Iversen Aarhus University
Local Structure in Thermoelectric Materials
Joseph P. Heremans The Ohio State University
Thermoelectric and thermal transport in the topological insulator and Weyl semimetal phases of Bi(1-x)Sb(x)
Xinfeng Tang Wuhan University of Technology
High thermoelectric performance large-size nanostructured BiSbTe alloys via non-equilibrium synthesis route
Pierre F.P. Poudeu University of Michigan
Cu2Se-based Hierarchical Composites through Nanoscale engineering
Hui Gu Shanghai University
From Skutterudite to Perovskite: cation-site vacancy in thermal and carrier transporting
Kyu Hyoung Lee Yonsei University
Weighted Mobility Ratio Engineering as a Way to Manipulate Bipolar Conduction
Wenqing Zhang Southern University of Science and Technology
TBD
Jiangyu Li Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
TBD
Jeff Snyder Northwestern University
TBD
Jiun-Haw Chu University of Washington
TBD
Yadong Deng Wuhan University of Technology
TBD
Liang Guo Southern University of Science and Technology
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