Sym 24  |  Jong-Ho Lee Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Technology
Sym 25  |  Kyu Hyoung Lee Thermoelectrics
Sym 26  |  Kisuk Kang Ceramics for Rechargeable Energy Storage
Sym 27  |  Yutai Katoh Ceramics for Innovative Nuclear Energy Applications
Sym 28  |  Sang-Woo Kim Piezoelectric and Triboelectric Energy Harvesting Materials
Sym 29  |  Hyun Suk Jung Advanced Materials and Technologies for Perovskite Materials-based Solar Energy Conversion Devices
Sym 27 Ceramics for Innovative Nuclear Energy Applications
Organizer Yutai Katoh Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
Co-Organizer Weon-Ju Kim
Ho Jin Ryu
Ji Yeon Park
Seungjae Lee
C├ędric Sauder
Tatsuya Hinoki
Hua Tay Lin
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Korea
KEPCO Nuclear Fuel, Korea
The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, France
Kyoto University, Japan
Guangdong University of Technology, China
Ceramics and ceramic composites are enabling materials for advanced nuclear systems that combine safety, efficiency, and sustainability features essential for future baseload energy. This symposium provides a venue of information exchanges on ceramic science and engineering for nuclear systems. Topics of interest include ceramics and their composites for fuels, claddings and fuel assemblies, structures, and other functions for fission and fusion energy systems. Ceramic science related to nuclear waste management and space nuclear systems are within the symposium scope.