Program

MATERIALS RESEARCH
MEETING 2019

Materials Innovation
for Sustainable Development Goals

2019 DECEMBER 10-14 YOKOHAMA SYMPOSIA

Symposium

Hydrogen in Functional Materials

Scope

Hydrogen in materials exhibits a wide range of concentration, high mobility, quantum nature, and superior chemical reactivity. All these features of hydrogen originate from its bonding and size flexibilities. The scope of this symposium is to deepen and exchange the cutting-edge materials science relating to hydrogen (that is, “Element Strategy on Hydrogen” and “Hydrogenomics”) as a guideline to fully utilize hydrogen for developing many kinds of functional materials.

Topics
  • Semiconductor
  • Superconductor
  • Super-ionic Conductor
  • Structural Material, Biomaterial
  • Quantum Beam
  • Computational Approach
  • Energy Generation and Storage
  • Energy and Material Conversion
Symposium Keynote

Naoki OHASHI

National Institute for Materials Science, Japan

Investigation on Defect Structures in Oxides with Hydrogen Impurity

Rana MOHTADI

Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc.(TEMA), USA

Enabling EnergyTechnologies Using Hydride Materials

Invited Speakers
  • Anderson JANOTTI, University of Delaware, USA The Hydrogen Impurity in Wide-band-gap Oxides
  • Hiroshi KAGEYAMA, Kyoto University, Japan Size Flexibility of Hydride Anion: Structure and Property Control
  • Truls NORBY, University of Oslo, Norway Hydride ion conduction
  • Shin-ichi ORIMO, Tohoku University, Japan Complex Hydrides for Energy Device Research
  • Miho YAMAUCHI, Kyushu University, Japan Inorganic Nanomaterials to Achieve Efficient Electrochemical Hydrogenation for Energy Storage and Materials Conversions
  • S. Thomas AUTREY, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA Catalytic Properties of Hydrides in Aqueous Media
Organizers
  • Shin-ichi ORIMO Tohoku University, Japan
  • Hidenori HIRAMATSU Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
  • Bjørn C. HAUBACK Institute for Energy Technology, Norway
  • Truls NORBY University of Oslo, Norway
  • Chris G. Van de WALLE University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Correspondence

Symposium List

Fundamentals for Materials

New Trend of Materials Research

Novel Structural Materials Based on New Principles

Advanced Electronic Materials

Magnet and Spintronics

Energy

Materials for Smart Systems

Green Technology and Processing

Biopolymers