Symposium

F04: High-Temperature Functional Materials

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TopicF: Functional Materials, Surfaces, and Devices

High-temperature processes in energy conversion, industrial production and transportation cause primarily anthropogenic CO2 emissions and are, therefore, subject of further improvements with respect to increased operation temperature, life time and efficiency. The symposium focuses on the close relationship between functionality of high-temperature materials and operation principles above 350 °C. The presentation of new materials and functions will be especially acknowledged. Recent results on high-temperature materials related to their preparation, characterization and application including disclosure of atomistic transport processes are requested. Contributions should include but are not limited to:

  • Novel and emergent materials for fuel cells, turbines and combustion systems
  • Materials for gas, pressure and temperature sensors
  • Actor and sensor materials and integrated sensor actor systems
  • Active piezoelectric and electronic structures 
  • Functional coatings including catalysts
  • Compatibility of functional materials