AVS 69 Plenary Lecture:
Will be held on Monday, November 6, 2023, 5:30-6:30 p.m. and followed by the AVS 69 Welcome Mixer.
Biomaterials Plenary Session(All-Invited) (BP)
The Biomaterials Interfaces program kicks off with the now traditional Biomaterials Plenary Session. This year we are pleased to have presentations from two prominent scientists who will present their cutting-edge research on Materials and Biology for Energy Applications.
BP1: Coupled Phenomena in Biomaterial Systems (ALL-INVITED SESSION)
- Kerstin Blank, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria, “Mechanoresponsive Proteins – from Molecular Mechanisms Towards Applications in Biology and Materials Science”
Nanoscale Science and Technology Plenary Session (All-Invited) (NSP)
The Nanoscale Science and Technology Division starts the week with a plenary session featuring a talk from the Nanotechnology Recognition Award winner. Following this talk, we will have our Early Career and Graduate Student competitions. Please join us for these engaging talks on nanoscale science and technology and for lively discussion during a reception, immediately after the competitions.
NSP1: Nanoscience and Technology Division Plenary Session (ALL-INVITED SESSION)
- Sergei Kalinin, University of Tennessee Knoxville
Exhibitor Technology Spotlight Workshops (EW)
The Exhibitor Technology Spotlight Sessions will take place in the stage area of the exhibit hall during the technical session breaks on Tuesday and Wednesday. These sessions are free and open to all registered AVS 69 attendees. This is your opportunity to learn about new products, research techniques, and services offered by AVS exhibitors. Each session is followed by a brief Q&A session making it a truly interactive learning experience. After the sessions, you may visit the presenting exhibitors at their booths to further discuss any points that you would like to receive more details on. Come learn how new technology can benefit your research efforts!
EW1: Exhibitor Technology Spotlight Session I
Undergraduate Poster Session (UN)
AVS 69 will host the third annual undergraduate poster session, open to any undergraduate researcher. This special session provides undergraduate researchers the opportunity to present and network with students, professors, and industry leaders! We welcome the newest members of AVS to share their important work with all Society members and greatly encourage participation! Registration is discounted for undergraduate students and limited travel assistance may be available.
UN1: Undergraduate Poster Session
AVS Late-Breaking Abstract Submissions:
There will be opportunities for the presentation of post-deadline discoveries in all fields relevant to the AVS membership. Submissions that address topics in surfaces, interfaces, films, nanometer-scale phenomena, emerging technologies, or new innovations. Abstracts will be solicited starting in mid-July for either (1) an individual 20-minute oral presentation, or (2) a poster presentation. Our Call for Late Breaking Abstracts will launch in early August with a September 14, 2023 deadline. Submissions will be used to fill holes in the program and they must be submitted via the AVS website by Thursday, September 14, 2023. Notification of acceptance/rejection will be made soon thereafter. Please check the AVS 69 website for details and submission guidelines in mid-July.