Invited Speakers

Plenary Speakers

Prof. Michael Chabinyc, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Thermoelectric Properties of Organic Polymers
Prof. Jaime Grunlan, Texas A&M University, USA
High Power Factor, Completely Organic Thermoelectric Nanocoatings for Flexible Films and Textiles
Prof. Naoki Toshima, Tokyo University of Science, JAPAN
Organic Hybrid Thermoelectric Materials Involving Nanomaterials

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Prof. Nicolas Agraït, Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain
Quantum Thermopower in Molecular Junctions
Prof. Simone Fabiano, Linköping University, Sweden
N-doped conducting polymers for thermoelectrics
Prof. Tsuyoshi Kawai, NAIST, Japan
Stable N-type Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes with New Organic Doping Reagents for Future Thermoelectric Conversion
Prof. Howard Katz, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA
Polymer-Dopant Synergies for Increased Hole and Electron Contributions to Thermoelectric Power Factor
Prof. Rachel Segalman, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Polymeric Ionic Liquids for Understanding Organic Thermoelectrics
Prof. Zhigang Shuai, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Computational design of thermoelectric polymers with large figure of merits
Prof. Wei Xu, Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, China
Promising Polymeric Thermoelectric Thin Films of Poly(Ni-ethylenetetrathiolate) and Polythiophene Prepared by Electrochemical Deposition
Prof. Shannon Yee, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA
Metal Coordinated Polymer Thermoelectrics and Devices
Dr. Jeffrey Blackburn, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, USA
Large n- and p-type Thermoelectric Power Factors from Highly Enriched Semiconducting Single-walled Carbon Nanotube Networks