The 21st International Conference on Thermoelectrics


 

ICT 2002:  POSTER BOARD POSITIONS (Click here to see the location)

 

SESSION A: Monday, August 26, 2002 - 5:30 - 6:30 PM

 

 

Position

 

ID

 

Title

A1

157

Design, Synthesis and Characterization of Graded n-type PbTe

A2

24

The Transport Properties of Pseudo-binary Alloys (PbTe)1-x(SnTe)x By Pressureless Sintering

A3

10

Directional Solidified N-type Bi2Te(3-x)Sex Using a VGF Method

A4

39

Effects of PbTe doping on Thermoelectric Properties of (Bi2Te3)0.2(Sb2Te3)0.8

A5

29

Manufacturing and Characterization of Nano-sized PbTe Powders

A6

136

Microstructure of Profiled Crystals (Bi0.25Sb0.75)2Te3Grown by Directed Crystallization Method

A7

13

Solvothermal preparation and thermoelectric properties of quasi-binary SnTe-Bi2Te3 compounds

A8

23

Solvothermal preparation and transport properties of quasi-binary PbTe-Bi2Te3 compounds

A9

137

Growing of Circular Cross-section Crystals by Directed Crystallization Method

A10

130

Influence of alloy scattering on the electron mobility in n-type (Bi1-xSbx)2(Te1-ySey)3 thermoelectric materials

A11

7

Preparation and Thermoelectric Properties of YyFexCo4-xSb12

A12

175

Lattice Parameters in Filled Skutterudite Antimonide - Effect of Filling

A13

17

Effect of BN and C60 particle dispersion on the thermoelectric performance of BayCo4Sb12

A14

106

Thermoelectric Properties of MyCo4-ySb12 (where M = Sm,Gd. Dy, and Er, y = 0.04-0.32)

A15

165

Thermoelectric Properties of Ba8GaxGe46-x Clathrate Compounds

A16

129

Electronic Structures of Semiconducting Alkaline-Earth Metal Silicides

A17

93

The Effect of Crystal Grain Size on Thermoelectric Properties of Sintered FeSi2

A18

95

Electrical and Microstructural Analyses on the Co-doped FeSi2 Prepared by Vacuum Hot Pressing

A19

66

Direct formation of FeSi2 on substrate in evacuated sealed ampoule

A20

176

Thermoelectric Properties and Electronic Structure of Mn-Si Ceramics

A21

90

Phase Transformation and Thermoelectric Properties of N-type FeSi2 Processed by Mechanical Alloying

 

 

 

SESSION B: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 - 5:00 - 6:00 PM

 

 

Position

 

ID

 

Title

A22

124

Peculiarities of Thermoelectric Phenomena at Large Temperature Gradients

A23

126

Information-Energy Theory of Thermoelectric Sensors

A24

195

Modeling of Phonon Transport in Segmented Nanowires

A25

104

Role of Nonequilibrium Carriers in Forming of Thermo-E.F.M. in Bipolar Semiconductors. Two-Temperature Model

A26

131

A Transition-State Approach to Understanding and Simulating Cooling at Semiconductor Heterojunctions

A27

189

Seebeck Effect: A Refined Approach for Beginners

A28

117

Rapid Evaluation System of Thermoelectric Properties in Combinatorial Thin Film Libraries

A29

121

Improvements of on membrane method for thin-film thermal conductivity and emissivity measurement

A30

192

Low Temperature Seebeck Coefficient Measurement: Possible Sources of Uncertainty and Spurious emf

A31

197

A New Type Measuring Technology of thermoelectric performance for Thermoelectric Nanowire Array

A32

5

Characteristic of thermal fatigue on thermoelectric generator with constrained Al heat sink

A33

75

An Application of Infrared Imaging for Thermal Conductivity Measurement of Small Sample

A34

149

Predictions of Segmented Thermoelectric Unicouples Performance at Hot Temperatures < 873 K and a Cold Temperature of 293 K

A35

37

A Ladder Thermoelectric Parallepiped Generator

A36

200

Compatibility of Segmented Thermoelectric Generators

A37

198

The Concept Design of Micro-thermoelectric module constructed By Thermoelectric Nanowire Array

A38

202

Effects of the Liquid Inlet Temperature on the Thermoelectric Cooler Performance in a Liquid-TEC Thermal System

A38

86

Injection Current Internally Cooled Light Emitter

A40

156

Temperature Field Irregularity of Thermoelectric Device Elements

A41

9

Control in sliding manner for a thermoelectric cell

 

SESSION C: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 - 6:00 - 7:00 PM

 

 

Position

 

ID

 

Title

A45

50

Thermoelectric Characteristics of Si/Ge Superlattice Thin Film at Low Temperature

A46

194

Quantum and classical size effect thermoelectric transport in Si/Ge superlattices

A47

140

The Study for thermal annealing effects on the Thermoelectric Properties of the Amorphous Si-Ge-Au Thin Films

A48

107

Thermoelectric Properties of Si1-xGex Fabricated by different Processing

A49

81

Thermal Conductivity Control of ZnO Thermoelectric Ceramics using Hot-pressing Method.

A50

68

Thermoelectric Properties of Mixed layered Compounds TiS2-xSex (0 <x <2)

A51

58

Preparation of p and n-type SiC-based Thermoelectric Materials  by Spark Plasma Sintering

A52

55

Thermopower study of NiO-based system

A53

92

Thermoelectric Properties of  YBCO High Tc Superconductors

A54

114

Synthesis and Sintering of ZrNiSn Thermoelectric Compounds

A55

185

Low Temperature Seebeck Coefficient Measurement on Zn Substituted YBCO Superconductor

A56

73

Thermoelectric Properties of Metal-Hexaborides

B1

102

Thermoelectric Properties of Layer-Structured (ZnO)kIn2O3 (k=5 and 9)

B2

181

Thermoelectric Properties of Nb3(Sb, Te)7 Compounds

B3

152

Temperature dependence of the figure-of-merit of Ag0.208Sb0.275Te0.517

B4

109

Exploration of n-type oxides by high throughput screening

B5

118

Growth and Characterization of NaxCoO2 Crystals

B6

34

Crystal Structure and Thermoelectric Properties of the Composite Crystal [(Ca1-xSrx)2CoO3]pCoO2

B7

30

Thermoelectric Properties of NaxCo2O4 Prepared by the Polymerized Complex Method

B8

56

Thermoelectric Properties of Ag-doped Ca3Co4O9 Ceramic

B9

27

Site-selective Doping of Transition Metal Cations into NaCo2O4

B10

125

Reliability Investigations in Thermoelectricity

B11

127

Thermal Generators Utilizing Heat Flows in Soils

B12

171

A Study of Heat Sink Performance in Air and Soil for Use in a Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting Device

B13

49

Comparison of Maximum Power Point Control Methods for Thermoelectric Power generator

B14

25

Fabrication and performance of an oxide thermoelectric power generator

B15

2

The design of adding heat reflective emitter coatings on the cold region of infrared thermopile

 

 

SESSION D: Wednesday, August 28, 2002 - 3:00 - 4:00 PM

 

 

Position

 

ID

 

Title

B16

174

Thermal Diffusivity Characterization of Bi and Bi2Te3 Nanowires Array in a-Al2O3 Matrix

B17

147

Large Thermopower in Tensile-Strained Bismuth Wires

B18

22

Wigner Distribution Function to Evaluate the  Thermoelectric Power Coefficient, _, in Nanostucutres

B19

42

Temperature Dependencies of the Electric Field Effect Resistivity and Thermoelectric Properties of the Thin Bi-alloys Wires

B20

83

Segmented Nanowires: a theoretical study of thermoelectric properties

B21

14

Solvothermal synthesis of SnTe nano-particles and nanowires

B22

19

Electric and Magneto Thermoelectric Properties Bi1-xSbx  Nanowires by Semiconductor-Semimetal Transition Induced by Elastic Elongation

B23

78

Arrays of Nanowires on Silicon Wafers

B24

97

Effect of Electron Concentration on the Thickness Dependences of  the Thermoelectric Properties of PbTe QuantumWells

B25

98

Thickness dependences of the thermoelectric properties of Bi thin films

B26

201

Thermal Conductivity of Periodically Microporous Silicon Membranes

B27

18

Seebeck coefficient of p-type PbTe/PbEuTe quantum well structures

B28

6

Thermoelectric properties of thin semiconductor nanowires

B29

46

Experimental analysis of a new heat dissipater that reduces the constriction resistance appearing in the thermoelectric refrigeration.

B30

167

Several Features in Development of Thermoelectric Systems

B31

122

Fabrication and modeling of a thermoelectric micro-generator

B32

38

Measurements of the Peltier heat at a junction between semiconductor and strongly correlated materials

B33

193

A New Thermoelectric Solution for Cooling Microelectronic Devices

B34

155

Some Experimental Results on Electrical Ni/Cr Contacts onto Thermoelectric Materials

B35

96

Peltier Cooling System Utilizing Liquid Heat Exchanger Combined with Pump

B36

191

Supercooling of Thermoelectric Device Using a Current Pulse

B37

128

Peltier Temperature Controlling Box for Test Circuit Board

 

 

Instructions for Poster Presentations

 

Each poster presenter will be provided with a vertical board to mount the poster presentation. The area available to attach the poster to the board is a rectangular mounting surface, 91 cm wide by 107 cm tall (36 in by 42 in). Presentations can be extended up to an additional 60 cm (2 ft) into the open space below the mounting surface. The top of the mounting board will be 203 cm (80 in) above the floor. Each poster will share a board with one other poster. Tables may be allowed in front of poster boards for displaying materials only if they fit within a 61 cm by 91 cm (2 by 3 ft) area so as not to impede passage. The boards will accept pushpins, which will be available at the conference.

 

A layout of the poster hall showing the location of the poster papers will be provided at the conference. Posters boards will be arranged with letters designating each isle and numbered poster positions on each isle. Poster locations will be indicated on display boards using a label showing the isle letter, poster position number, and poster session and paper numbers. Labels will be color coded, with colors corresponding to each of the two technical areas of the conference.

 

Poster materials must be readable from a distance of two meters.  Lettering in text and figures should be at least 5 mm high, and heading should be at least 10 mm high.  The title of the paper, the authors and their affiliations should appear near the top of the poster in letters approximately 25 mm high.

 

Please note the following:

 

1.      Poster display boards will be available for mounting of posters at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 25th.

2.      All posters must be mounted by noon, Monday, August 26th.

3.      Posters must remain on display until 1 pm on the last day of the conference on Thursday, August 29th.

4.      Posters must be removed by 9:00 p.m. on Thursday or they will be disposed of by Hyatt Regency Hotel personnel.