ACS National Meeting San Francisco

 

ACS Award Symposia and Poster Session to Honor Douglas Keszler for the Chemistry of Materials Award

Tuesday Morning (4 April 2017) 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM, Room 2024, Moscone Center

Advanced Materials Technologies, Systems and Processes; Industry; Nanoscience; Sustainability

Research in materials chemistry builds the foundation to advance many modern technologies. This session presents new materials and methods that are transforming chemical understanding and enabling technologies relevant to a sustainable future.
 

8:30

Introductory remarks

8:40

Gerard Aka, Institute de Recherche de Chimie Paris:  Nonlinear optical borates based oxides for solid state laser frequency conversion in the UV range

9:00

John Wager, Oregon State University:  Atomic solid state energy scale

9:20

Janet Tate, Oregon State University: Chalcogenide semiconductors as p-type transparent conductors, absorbers and alloys

9:40

Eric Garfunkel, Rutgers University:  Characterization of CSMC resists and other nano-material structures: Results and methods

10:00

 Intermission

10:30

 Debra Rolison, Navy Research Laboratory: Solution-Deposition of disordered RuO2 nanoskins: An example from the fourth quadrant of electronic materials

10:50

Alex Zunger, University of Colorado, Boulder: New functional materials as a design problem

11:10

Kristin Persson, University of California, Berkeley: Creating a one-stop platform for computed XAS and NMR materials data and comparison algorithms on the Materials Project

11:30

Sophia Hayes, Washington University, St. Louis: Solid-state NMR of thin metal oxide films from prompt inorganic condensation

11:50

May Nyman, Oregon State University: Metal-oxo clusters from across the periodic table

12:10

Darren Johnson, University of Oregon: Aqueous inorganic coordination clusters: Synthesis, solution speciation, structure, and their use as inks for materials

 

Tuesday Afternoon (4 April 2017) 1:30 - 4:30 PM, Room 2024, Moscone Center

Advanced Materials Technologies, Systems and Processes; Industry

Transformative research inspired by use and need have always been the basis of solving challenges with science. This session focuses on the research and market link essential for each of the described innovations to become a successful solution to a market need.
 

1:30

Judith C. Giordan, ecosVC

Chemists using business acumen and transformative research to address societal needs

1:40

Douglas A. Keszler, Oregon State University

Importance and value of fundamentally inspired use, use-inspired, and market-informed research

2:00

John F. Wager, Oregon State University

Science behind oxide transistors for displays

2:10

James E. Abbott, 3D Nanocolor

Science behind materials for ink jet printing

2:20

Stephen T. Meyers, Inpria

Transformative science behind metal-based EUV photoresists

2:30

Bill Cowell, ON Semiconductor

Science behind tunneling electronics

2:40

Douglas Keszler, John Wager, James Abbott, Stephen Meyers, Bill Cowell, Judith Giordan, Janet Bryant

Interactive panel: Chemists using business acumen and transformative research to address societal needs

3:10

Intermission

 

3:30

Judith C. Giordan

Next generation innovators

3:40

Michelle Dolgos, Jenn Amador, Juan Carlos Ramos, Judith Giordan, Janet Bryant

Panel 2: Research to innovation CSMC legacy: Training the next generation

4:10

Douglas Keszler, John Wager, James Abbott, Stephen Meyers, Bill Cowell, Michelle Dolgos, Jenn Amador, Juan Carlos Ramos, Judith Giordan, Janet Bryant

Office hours” with the speakers

 

Posters: Hall D Moscone Center

Sunday Evening (2 April 2017) 

“Film formation from peroxo hexatantalate precursors”; Ryan H. Mansergh, Lauren B. Fullmer, Deok-Hie Park, Jenn M. Amador, May D. Nyman, Douglas A. Keszler; Chemistry, Oregon State University

“Enhanced dehydroxylation and interface passivation of solution-processed dielectric metal oxide thin films using forming gas annealing”; Juan C. Ramos4,5, Feixiang Luo2, Blake A. Hammann4, Deok-Hie Park1,2, Yu Huang1, Sophia E. Hayes4, Eric L. Garfunkel2, Douglas A. Keszler1,5; 1Chemistry, Oregon State University, 2Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department, Rutgers University; 3Solution Deposition Systems; 4Chemistry, Washington University in St. Louis, Saint Louis, MO; 5Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry

“Amorphous niobium phosphate thin films from clusters in water”; Deok-Hie Park, Sara Goberna-Ferron, Dylan Fast, Michelle Dolgos, May D. Nyman, Douglas A. Keszler: Chemistry, Oregon State University and Center for Sustainable Materials Chemistry

“Aqueous solution-derived lanthanum zirconium oxide thin films on self-assembled monolayers (SAMs)”; Milana C. Thomas1, Keenan N. Woods2, Catherine Page2, Yves J. Chabal1; 1Materials Science and Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas; 2Chemistry, University of Oregon

“Solution-processed low-refractive index alumina-based thin films for anti-reflective coatings”; Cory K. Perkins1, Maceo T. Gutierrrez-Higgins1, Vasily Gouliouk1, Ryan Mansergh1, Deok-Hie Park1, Juan C. Ramos1, Charith Nanayakkara2, Yves J. Chabal2, Douglas A. Keszler1; 1Chemistry, Oregon State University, 2University of Texas at Dallas

“Improved synthesis of the elusive aluminum hydroxide octamer [Al8(OH)14(H2O)18]10+ cluster”; Eric Eitrheim4, Cory K. Perkins1, Lauren B. Fullmer1, Brantly Fulton5, Chris Colla3, Anna F. Oliveri3, Deok-Hie Park1, William H. Casey2, May D. Nyman1, Tori Forbes4, Darren W. Johnson5, Douglas A. Keszler1; 1Chemistry, Oregon State University; 2Chemistry, University of Calif Davis, Davis, CA; 3Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of California, Davis; 4Chemistry,University of Iowa; 5Chemistry, University of Oregon

 “Understanding the effect of counterions on the hydrolysis of aqueous aluminum hydroxo clusters using QM computations”; Lindsay Wills1, Jacob Buchanan1, Cory K. Perkins1, Brantly Fulton2, Douglas A. Keszler1, Darren W. Johnson2, Paul Cheong1; 1Chemistry, Oregon State University; 2Chemistry, University of Oregon

 “Reactions of hexatantalate and hexaniobate with hydrogen peroxide”; Chris E. Malmberg, Lindsay Wills, Lauren B. Fullmer, May D. Nyman, Paul Cheong, Chemistry, Oregon State University

 “Proton-exchange rates on hydroxide bridges of mineral-like metal hydroxide clusters”; Caitlyn R. Fields2, Anna Oliveri4, Chris Colla1, William H. Casey2, Darren W. Johnson3; 1Earth and Planetary Sciences and 2Chemistry, University of California-Davis, 3Chemistry, University of Oregon, Chemistry, 4Southern Oregon University

 “Solution speciation of amphoteric early transition metal clusters”; Danielle Hutchison, Morgan Olsen, May D. Nyman; Chemistry, Oregon State University

“Tin and alkyltin speciation on aqueous and nonaqueous solutions”; Morgan Olsen, Danielle Hutchison, Sumit Saha, May D. Nyman, Douglas A. Keszler; Chemistry, Oregon State University

“Characterization of n-butylSnOOH for nanopatterning: Radiation behavior; Nizan Kenane, Douglas A. Keszler; Chemistry, Oregon State University

“Characterization of n-butylSnOOH for nanopatterning: Solution precursor and film”; Jenn M. Amador1, John T. Diulus3, Mengjun Li2, Ryan T. Frederick3, Sumit Saha1, Eric L. Garfunkel2, Douglas A. Keszler1, Gregory S. Herman3; 1Chemistry, Oregon State University; 2Chemistry, Rutgers University; 3Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering

“Characterization of n-BuSnOOH: Solution precursor identity and film quality”; Mengjun Li3, Jenn M. Amador1, Ryan T. Frederick2, Sumit Saha1, John T. Diulus2, Douglas A. Keszler1, Gregory S. Herman2, Eric L. Garfunkel3; 1Chemistry and 2Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering, Oregon State University, 3Chemistry, Rutgers University

 “Characterization of butyl tin photoresists with electron stimulated desorption and temperature programmed desorption”: Ryan T. Frederick1, John T. Diulus1, Sumit Saha2, Jenn M. Amador2, Mengjun Li3, Douglas A. Keszler2, Eric L. Garfunkel3, Gregory S. Herman1; 1Chemical, Biological, and Environmental Engineering, and 2Chemistry, Oregon State University; 3Chemistry, Rutgers University

“Alternative organotin clusters for thin films: Low environmental impacts under simulated environmental conditions”; Fan Wu2, Sumit Saha1, Bryan Harper3, Douglas A. Keszler1, Bettye, Maddux1,2, Stacey Harper3,2; 1Chemistry, 2Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering and 3Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, Oregon State University

“Glass formation in basic halogenides of zirconium and hafnium”; James A. Sommers, Jenn M. Amador, Eaton C. Fong, Douglas A. Keszler; Chemistry, Oregon State University

“Light emission from an electrical conductor”; Vasily Gouliouk1, Kevin A. Stewart2, Robert G. Manley3, Darwin G. Enicks3, John F. Wager2, Douglas A. Keszler1; 1Chemistry, and 2School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Oregon State University; 3Thin Films Research, Corning Inc.

“Design meets nature: New tetrahedrite superabsorbers”; Jaeseok Heo, Douglas A. Keszler; Chemistry, Oregon State University

“Photochemical reaction coordinates of metal-organic complexes in solution revealed by femtosecond electronic and Raman spectroscopy”; Liangdong Zhu1,2, Sumit Saha1, Yanli Wang1, Nikita D. Rozanov1,2, Douglas A. Keszler1, Chong Fang1; 1Chemistry, 2Physics, Oregon State University

“Effects of Organic Components on Novel Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Structures”; Brian Barraza1,2, Ram Seshadri2; 1Chemistry and Biochemistry, 2Materials Research Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara