Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage

Materials Day Symposium and Poster Session
October 18, 2016
Kresge Auditorium

Hosted annually by the Materials Processing Center, Materials Day features emerging research and applications in materials science & engineering for products and processes across the industrial spectrum.

The theme for this year’s symposium is “Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage.” Topics will include: advanced metal-ion, metal-air and flow batteries for applications ranging from consumer electronics to transportation and grid level energy management. Materials Day activities include conference speakers from both MIT and Industry. The student poster session immediately follows the technical symposium and showcases the latest results from the diverse materials research communities in MIT’s Schools of Science and Engineering.

Registrations are now closed but you can register on-site the day of the event.   

Materials Day

Mat DayMaterials Day is the capstone event for MPC. The symposium and poster session are usually held in October. Speakers from industry as well as MIT professors present their latest research.

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Previous years topics include:

Opportunity Brief
2015 pdf Quantum Materials (2.49 MB)  
2014 pdf New Frontiers in Metal Processing (4.49 MB)  
2013 pdf Photonic Materials  
2012 pdf Materials for Energy Harvesting  
2011  Computational Materials  
2010  Materials for Sensors  
2009  Materials for Energy  
2008  Nanostructure to Infrastructure to Sustainability  
2007  Thin Films and Coatings: Designed and Processed to Enhance Function and Performance  
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