Symposia
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 28 Piezoelectric and Triboelectric Energy Harvesting Materials
Organizer Sang-Woo Kim Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Co-Organizer Zhou Li
Ghim Wei Ho
Jeongmin Baik
Jung In Sohn
Jungho Ryu
Beijing Institute Nanoenergy and Nanosystems, Chinese Academy of Science, China
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Dongguk University, Korea
Yeongnam University, Korea
This symposium will aim at fundamental understandings and practical development of the mechanical energy-harvesting strategies, micro/nanometer-scale piezoelectric/triboelectric effect, and the coupling between piezoelectric/triboelectric potential and semiconductor behavior and functionalities. Abstracts on the theoretical and experimental study of piezoelectric, ferroelectric, triboelectric material development; systematic design and optimization of mechanical energy harvesters (nanogenerators) for self-powered electronics; and coupling effect between piezoelectric or ferroelectric polarization and semiconducting properties including electronic band structure, optoelectronics, photovoltaics, catalysts, photoelectrochemistry, etc are greatly welcome.

• Piezoelectric and triboelectric material synthesis, characterization, and integration
• Theoretical and experimental study on nanoscale mechanical-to-electric energy conversion process
• Fundamental study on band-structure engineering based on piezoelectric, ferroelectric, triboelectric polarization
• Nanomaterials for flexible, stretchable energy harvesting devices
• Power management systems for self-powering small electronics