40 Nanomaterials for Thermal-to-Electric Conversion

Sunday, November 13, 2016: 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Golden Gate 8 (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
More than 80% of current world energy needs are met through fossil fuels and more than 60% of this energy is released to the environment as "waste heat". Recent efforts to convert either solar-thermal or waste heat energy into electricity will be presented here, along with present challenges and opportunities.

Nanomaterials for Applications in Energy and Biology
Electronics and Photonics (08E), Alternative Energy & Enabling Technologies (T4E)

Sang Eon Han
Email: sehan@unm.edu

Ayaskanta Sahu
Email: asahu@berkeley.edu

4:02 PM
(40b) Doped Semiconducting Polymers As Solution-Processable Thermoelectric Materials
Shrayesh N. Patel, Anne M. Glaudell and Michael L. Chabinyc

4:18 PM

4:44 PM
(40d) Carrier Scattering at Alloy Nanointerfaces Enhances Power Factor in PEDOT:PSS Hybrid Thermoelectrics
Edmond W. Zaia, Ayaskanta Sahu, Preston Zhou, Madeleine P. Gordon, Jason Forster, Shaul Aloni, Yi-Sheng Liu, Jinghua Guo and Jeffrey Urban

5:00 PM
(40e) Combining Density Functional Theory Calculations, Supercomputing, and Data-Driven Methods to Design New Thermoelectric Materials
Anubhav Jain, Umut Aydemir, Hong Zhu, Jan Pohls, Zachary Gibbs, Wei Chen, Saneyuki Ohno, Geoffroy Hautier, Gerbrand Ceder, Kristin Persson, Mary Anne White and G. Jeffrey Snyder

5:16 PM
(40f) Phase Diagram, Microstructure and Thermoelectric Properties
Sinn-wen Chen, Shi-Ting Lu, Hsin-jay Wu and Jui-shen Chang