The technical program for this meeting features 43 outstanding symposia consisting of 2,410 technical presentations. A complete listing of all the Technical Symposia, including the complete technical program, is now available for this meeting.
It is a pleasure to welcome you to Honolulu for the 1999 Joint International Meeting which is headquartered at the Hilton Hawaiian Village from October 17-22, 1999. The 1999 Joint International Meeting combines the 196th Meeting of The Electrochemical Society (ECS) and the 1999 Fall Meeting of The Electrochemical Society of Japan (ECSJ) and is technically cosponsored by The Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP). This major international conference offers a unique blend of electrochemical and solid-state science and technology. Marking our third return to the beautiful island of Oahu, the 1999 Joint International Meeting continues the traditions of the 1987 and 1993 Hawaii Meetings and serves as a major conference for the discussion of interdisciplinary research from around the world through a variety of formats, such as oral presentations, poster sessions, exhibits, panel discussions, and tutorial sessions.
You are invited to participate not only in our extensive technical program, but also in the many other activities planned for this joint meeting. As usual, there will be an informal Sunday Evening Get-Together held for all attendees. The Meeting will officially open on Monday morning with Professor Kenichi Honda, President of the Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics, delivering the Plenary Lecture entitled, "Recent Progress in Photoelectrochemistry." On Wednesday morning, at the Honors and Awards Session, Professor John B. Goodenough, of the Texas Materials Institute, will receive the Olin Palladium Award and the 1999 Class of Fellows will be inducted. Immediately following the Honors and Awards Session, the Olin Palladium Award Medalist will deliver a lecture entitled, "Electrochemistry and Energy Conversion."
The technical program for this Meeting features 43 outstanding symposia consisting of 2,410 technical papers. A Technical Exhibition will also be held during the week to enable manufacturers to present, face-to-face, instruments, materials, systems, publications, products and services representing the latest developments in the fields of solid-state and electrochemical science and technology. The Exhibition grand opening will be held at the Mixer and Student Poster Session on Monday evening. Finally, on Thursday evening we'll conclude the social program with a traditional luau.
On behalf of the sponsoring Society's, we express our gratitude to all of the many individuals who are contributing to the success of the 1999 Joint International Meeting. We hope that you will take part in the many exceptional activities planned for this Joint Meeting.
The 1999 Joint International Meeting will be held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village (2005 Kalia Road, Honolulu, HI 96815-1999 USA). The Hilton Hawaiian Village is situated on Waikiki's best white sand beach and it is Hawaii's most contemporary and unique resort. With 20 acres of paradise, the Village surrounds its guests with lush tropical plants, flowers, cascading waterfalls and priceless art treasures from around the world. The site of the 1987 and 1993 Hawaii Meetings, this hotel is an ideal Headquarters Hotel for the 1999 Joint International Meeting. Since the Hilton Hawaiian Village is the Headquarters Hotel, we are financially responsible for all of the meeting space used at the hotel. The amount charged for the meeting space is dependent upon the total number of guest rooms reserved using our special convention rates during the dates of the meeting. Therefore, we encourage all attendees to stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, where your stay will be most enjoyable.
The Hilton Hawaiian Village reservations telephone number is 808.949.4321, toll free 800.hiltons, or fax 808.947.7898. The deadline for reservations is September 17, 1999. Reservations received after the deadline will only be accepted on a space available basis. Be sure to mention that you are planning to attend the 1999 Joint International Meeting to obtain our special reduced convention rates. The special convention rates are:
In addition, a limited number of government rate rooms are available (please contact the ECS Headquarters Office for details). Please note that October is a very busy month in Hawaii and space is limited, so we encourage you to make your reservations early. To obtain the special convention rates listed above, you must mention that you are planning to attend the 1999 Joint International/Electrochemical Society Meeting.
The Hilton Hawaiian Village is a 30-minute drive (9 miles) from the airport depending on traffic. While the Hilton Hawaiian Village does not operate an airport shuttle, such services are readily available for arriving and departing guests. Clearly marked shuttle van stops are located at the median strip right across from the baggage claim area at the airport where various company vans make routine stops. Advance reservations are not required. The charge is approximately $6.00-$8.00 per person with an additional charge for excessive baggage. Cab fare to the hotel is approximately $20.00-$25.00, not including the driver's gratuity.
United Airlines has been designated as the "Official" carrier for the 1999 Joint International Meeting. United offers a majority of the direct flights in and out of Honolulu. United Airlines is offering special discounted meeting fares! A 5% discount off the lowest applicable fare when you call United's toll-free reservation number 1.800.521.4041 and refer to the special ECS Meeting ID Number 545XS; or a 10% discount off the applicable BUA, or like, fares in effect when tickets are purchased 7 days in advance. An additional 5% discount will apply when you purchase your tickets at least 60 days in advance of your travel date. Discounts apply on United, Shuttle by United, and United Express. At the time you make your airline reservations with United, you may also receive a 10% discount on Alamo and Avis rental cars. Dedicated reservationists are on duty 7 days a week, 7:00 AM to 12:00 Midnight, Eastern Standard Time. Book your flight early to take advantage of promotional fares that give you the greatest discount. Mileage Plus members receive full credit for all miles flown to this meeting.
To utilize United's quality service, convenient schedules and special fares, follow these steps:
The registration area will be located in Coral Ballroom IV located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
Advance registration is encouraged. Send your Advance Registration Form to: The Electrochemical Society, Inc., 10 South Main Street, Pennington, New Jersey 08534-2896, U.S.A.; Phone: (609) 737-1902; Fax: (609) 737-2743 or register on-line on the ECS Home Page on the World Wide Web at http://www.electrochem.org. TO AVOID DUPLICATE PAYMENTS, MAIL OR FAX (BUT NOT BOTH) YOUR ADVANCE REGISTRATION FORM TO SOCIETY HEADQUARTERS. Written requests for refunds will be honored only if received at Society Headquarters in Pennington before October 8, 1999.
|Sunday, October 17, 1999||1:00 PM - 7:30 PM|
|Monday, October 18, 1999||7:30 AM - 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday, October 19, 1999||7:30 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Wednesday, October 20, 1999||7:30 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Thursday, October 21, 1999||7:30 AM - 2:00 PM|
|Friday, October 22, 1999||7:30 AM - 1:00 PM|
ALL PARTICIPANTS AND ATTENDEES ARE REQUIRED TO PAY THE APPROPRIATE REGISTRATION FEE LISTED BELOW. Payment can be made by cash, check, or travelers checks in U.S. funds. Credit cards, Mastercard or Visa only, are accepted.
The schedule of registration fees is as follows:
Note: All technical registrants, except SOFC, will receive a copy of the Meeting Abstracts Volume as a part of their registration fee.
|Member (ECS, ECSJ & JSAP)||$245||$275|
|One Day Member (ECS, ECSJ & JSAP)||$200||$220|
|One Day Nonmember*||$210||$230|
|ECS Emeritus & Honorary||$0||$0|
*If a nonmember registers (excluding one day fee) and submits an Application for Admission within four months of the Hawaii Meeting, and is subsequently elected to membership, they will receive a complimentary membership in the Society.
+All students must send verification of student eligibility along with their registration.
|Meeting Registration||Coral Ballroom IV, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|Technical Exhibition||Coral Ballroom III, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|Information/Message Center||Coral Ballroom IV, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|Nontechnical Registrant Lounge||Paradise Lounge, Rainbow Tower|
|ECS Headquarters Office||Iolani Suite II, Tapa Conference Center|
|ECSJ Headquarters Office||Iolani Suite I, Tapa Conference Center|
|Speaker-Ready Room||Mid Pacific Conference Center Office I, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|Employment Interview Room||Mid Pacific Conference Center Office II, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
Sunday, October 17, 1999
The ECS will sponsor five short course which will be conducted on Sunday, October 17, 1999 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. The registration fee covers the course, luncheon, coffee breaks, and text materials; this fee is not applicable to any other activities of the Society Meeting. Students are offered a 50% discount on the course registration, $300 for Members and $375 for Nonmembers. The deadline for registering for the courses is October 1, 1999. Written requests for refunds will be honored only if received at Society Headquarters before October 8, 1999. These courses are subject to cancellation pending an appropriate number of advance registrants.
Course # 1 - Chemical Analysis with Microsensors and
Instructors: D. J. Harrison - University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada & A. J. Ricco - ACLARA Biosensors, Hayward, California
Chemical/Biochemical Microsensors and microfluidic devices are the basis of microsystems with a growing global impact in environmental clean up and monitoring, health care and clinical diagnostics, industrial process control, automotive and industrial emissions monitoring, aeronautical and space systems, screening for contraband, and home and workplace safety monitoring. Using modern microfabrication techniques in combination with novel materials, microsensors and systems with a microfluidic component are realized with ever increasing sensitivity, selectivity, and reliability, complemented by diminishing cost, size, and power consumption. This course will begin with the fundamentals of chemical and biochemical analysis using microfabricated sensors and systems (about 40%), and be followed with a presentation of microfluidic device principles and examples (about 60%). Approaches to chemical discrimination range from separation-based identification of analytes, to selective materials, to sensor arrays and pattern recognition; recent trends in chemically sensitive interface materials are surveyed. Fundamentals presented include the thermodynamics and kinetics of chemical interactions, which have important implications for performance criteria such as reversibility, reliability, sensitivity, and speed. Basic principles are discussed for several microfabricated sensor platforms, including acoustic, optical and electrochemical. The importance of systems in providing stable, calibrated sensor performance will be illustrated by examining the role micromachining can play in the fabrication of miniaturized sensor systems. For liquid-phase sensors, fluidics plays a major role in both system design and performance. Recent advances in integrated microfluidics for biochemical applications in immunoassay for clinical diagnostics, DNA sequencing, and DNA diagnostics will be explored in detail. Practical aspects of designing, fabricating and instrumenting microfluidic devices will be considered. Future trends and prospects for microsensors and systems will be discussed. This course is not intended for experienced, practicing professionals with broad knowledge in chemical sensor/microsystems field. Much of the material will be geared towards graduate students, as well as professionals in other disciplines, who wish an overview of chemical sensors and microsystems.
Course # 2 - The Integration of Copper Metallization and Low
for ULSI Interconnects, and Its Reliability
Instructors: H. S. Rathore - IBM Microelectronics, Hopewell Junction, NY & D. B. Nguyen - IBM Microelectronics, Hopewell Junction, NY
This course is an extensive overview for process development, manufacturing, assembly, test, quality and reliability engineers for semiconductor microelectronics. It will also be very useful to students, scientists, engineers and technologists working in the field of integrated circuits research and development. Due to low resistivity and high melting point of Copper metallization, it is being used for advanced interconnect for sub-micron high performance integrated circuits. In this course, we will cover the requirements for ideal interconnect for future products. Methods of depositing Copper interconnects, the role of diffusion barrier, and reliability data on Copper metallurgy will be covered. The key issues like Electromigration, Stress migration, corrosion, Interlevel Dielectric Ramp Test and Time Dependent Dielectric Breakdown in Copper metallization and the drift/diffusion of copper in dielectric will be presented in detail. The process integration issues of Copper with FEOL and BEOL will also be reviewed. The industry-wide effort in developing new materials and characterization methodologies that are leading to the use of new materials with lower dielectric constant than silicon dioxide for interlevel dielectric (ILD) applications will be reviewed. The issues in regard to integrating of low-k materials and copper metallization will be discussed and the reliability data for electromigration, stress migration, mechanical integrity and time dependent dielectric breakdown (TDDB) will be reviewed.
Course # 3 - Lithium Ion and Lithium Polymer Batteries
Instructors: Samuel C. Levy - SCL Battery Consulting, Georgetown, TX, Bruno Scrosati - University of Rome, Italy & Tetsuya Osaka - Waseda University, Japan
This course will be presented in three parts: basic properties, industrial development and safety. Various aspects of lithium polymer science and of lithium ion technology will be reviewed. Topics to be covered include the latest developments in lithium polymer electrolytes, polymer electrolyte/lithium metal electrode interface characteristics and lithium polymer electrolyte battery R&D. The intercalation of lithium into carbonaceous and alternative anodes as well as in various transition metal oxide cathodes, the effect of various additives on the electrodes' capacity, and the effect of liquid and polymer electrolytes on the interfacial phenomena will also be discussed. The characteristics of various lithium ion chemistries will be compared and the performance of commercially available cells will be evaluated. The present trends in Japan, the United States and Europe in lithium polymer and lithium ion batteries will be reviewed. Safety issues will be also addressed.
Course # 4 - Plasma Processing for 180 nm Devices
Instructors: D. E. Ibbotson - Lucent Technologies, Orlando, FL & D. W. Hess - Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA
This course will emphasize the physics and chemistry of rf and microwave glow discharges as they pertain to the fabrication of 180 nm devices and integrated circuits. The course will address both the fundamentals of glow discharges and the processing issues faced by the need to fabricate 180 nm and sub-180 nm structures. Course attendees should have the background normally contained in a standard undergraduate program with a major in engineering, physics, or chemistry. The course will begin with a discussion of the physics and chemistry of plasmas used in microelectronic devices and integrated circuit applications. Characterization and diagnostics of these discharges by spectroscopic means and by Langmuir probes will be described briefly. The variety of reactor configurations available will be indicated, and the unique needs in the plasma-assisted processing of 180 nm geometries discussed. The primary emphasis in the course will be on etching, deposition, and film growth of specific materials useful in fine-line geometries. In particular, examples will be chosen from areas of silicon, silicon-based dielectric (SiO2, SiNxHy, SiOF), metal (Al, W, Cu, Silicide), and high and low dielectric constant materials etching, from photoresist stripping, and from dielectric (SiO2, SiNxHy, SiOF, polymer) and metal (W, Cu) deposition. In addition, radiation damage and particulate formation in plasmas will be described and methods of mitigation presented. Chemical and physical models that generate insight into control of etch rates and profiles, and of deposited film properties will be indicated.
Course # 5 - Simulation of Nanoscale Materials and Devices
Instructors: P. von Allmen - Motorola, Inc., Tempe, AZ & J.-P. Leburton - University of Illinois, Urabana, IL
This course is intended for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, and engineers with a strong interest in simulation techniques for nanostructures and nanoscale devices. The course will include a review of important concepts of the physics of confined electronic systems in one-, two-, and three-dimensions, and a description of new efficient and realistic approaches for large scale modeling of semiconductor materials and devices from first principles. Emphasis is placed on the density functional theory to simulate various material surfaces, interface roughness, doping fluctuations and randomness in electronic devices, etc. The course will also illustrate various applications of technological importance such as the hydrogen desorption from passivated silicon surfaces, the threshold voltage variation due to doping fluctuations in MOS devices, and advanced device concepts such as quantum dots and quantum wires. The course will be divided into two parts. Part I will cover advanced simulation techniques of materials. Part II will focus on the simulation of nanoscale devices.
Sunday Evening Get-Together
An informal Get-Together will be held in Coral Ballroom III located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM. All Meeting registrants are invited to attend this complimentary event.
Monday, October 18, 1999
At 8:30 AM, the Plenary Session will be held in Coral Ballroom III located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Professor Kenichi Honda, President of the Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics, will present the Plenary Lecture entitled, "Recent Progress in Photoelectrochemistry."
Immediately following the Plenary Session, a coffee break will be held in the Coral Lounge located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM for all meeting attendees.
Japan Local Section Meeting
From 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM in South Pacific Ballroom III located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center, the Japan Local Section will have their quarterly business meeting. There will be a short presentation by Carlton M. Osburn, ECS Vice-President, describing the activities and status of the Society. Planning for the next local section meeting will also be discussed.
Monday Evening Mixer, General Society Student Poster Session and Technical Exhibition
Along with the grand opening of the Technical Exhibition, an informal gathering will be held in Coral Ballroom III located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM. Beer, soft drinks, and snacks will be served on a complimentary basis. In addition, there will be a cash bar for those who prefer mixed drinks or wine. The General Society Student Poster Session will be held as a part of the Monday Evening Mixer. Formal presentations and judging of the posters will begin at 6:00 PM when the Mixer opens. Winners will be selected and announced at the Honors and Awards Session on Wednesday morning. The technical exhibition will feature instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to Meeting attendees. All Meeting registrants are invited to both attend the Mixer and Technical Exhibition and view the posters.
Tuesday, October 19, 1999
Technical Exhibition and Poster Session
The Technical Exhibition will be held in Coral Ballroom III located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, the Technical Exhibition will again be open in conjunction with a general poster session in the Coral Lounge covering several technical symposia and over 225 posters.
A Technical Session coffee break is scheduled at 9:30 AM in Coral Ballroom III and individual packaged lunches will be available for purchase in the exhibit hall from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM to allow meeting attendees additional time to browse through the exhibits. This exhibition will feature instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to meeting attendees.
Wednesday, October 20, 1999
Honors and Awards Session
The Honors and Awards Session will begin at 8:30 A.M. in Tapa Ballroom III, located in the Tapa Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. John B. Goodenough of the University of Texas will deliver the ECS Olin Palladium Award Address entitled, "Electrochemistry and Energy Conversion." Other ECS awards that will be presented are: the Carl Wagner Memorial Award to Charles R. Martin; the Norman Hackerman Young Authors' Awards to A.D. Robertson, Yang Shao-Horn, and Sita R. Kaluri; the F.M. Becket Award to Gyeong S. Hwang. The Gwendolyn Wood Local Section Excellence Award will be presented. Also, Gerard Blom will be recognized for his term as President, and the 1999 Class of Fellows will be inducted.
ECS Olin Palladium Award Reception
Immediately following the Olin Palladium Award Address, a reception will be held in Tapa Lounge, Tapa Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village to honor John B. Goodenough, the 1999 ECS Olin Palladium Award Medalist.
Technical Exhibition and Poster Session
The Technical Exhibition will be held in Coral Ballroom III located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM. From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, the Technical Exhibition will again be open in conjunction with a general poster session in the Coral Lounge covering several technical symposia and over 150 posters.
Individual packaged lunches will be available for purchase in the exhibit hall from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM to allow meeting attendees additional time to browse through the exhibits. This exhibition will feature instruments, materials, systems, publications, and software of interest to meeting attendees.
Max Bredig Award in Molten Salt Chemistry Dinner and Address
Beginning at 7:00 PM, a dinner will be held in Coral Ballroom I located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center to honor Yasuhiko Ito. After dinner, he will deliver the Max Bredig Award Address entitled, "Selected Topics of Molten Salt Electrochemistry." Tickets for this event are $25.00 in advance and $30.00 at the Meeting.
Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Symposium Banquet
Beginning at 7:00 PM, a banquet will be held in the Tropics Showroom for all the registrants of the Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Symposium. All SOFC registrants receive a complimentary ticket to this banquet. Additional tickets for this event are $59.00 in advance and $66.00 at the Meeting.
N. Sato Passivity and Localized Corrosion Symposium Banquet
Beginning at 7:30 PM, a banquet will be held in Coral Ballroom II located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center for attendees of the International Symposium in Honor of Professor Norio Sato on Passivity and Localized Corrosion. Tickets for this event are $49.00 in advance and $56.00 at the Meeting.
Thursday, October 21, 1999
A general poster session will be held in the Coral Lounge located in the Mid Pacific Conference Center of the Hilton Hawaiian Village from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM covering several technical symposia and over 75 posters.
Joint Meeting Hawaiian Luau
On Thursday evening, October 21, at 7:00 PM, a traditional luau is planned on the Lagoon Green at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. All registrants are encouraged to attend to enjoy this festive event on the final night of the Joint Meeting. Each guest will be greeted by a lovely Polynesian hostess with a Mai Tai Punch and a fragrant lei. Shortly thereafter, the conch shell blower's hypnotic sounds will signal the start of a classic luau, complete with roast pig, Huli Huli chicken, Mahi Mahi, and other island delights. As the evening continues, attendees will be entertained by a spectacular Polynesian Show that will include special guest appearances from a few well know scientists. Price is $49 per person in advance; $56 per person at the Meeting.
Sunday, October 17, 1999
|2:00 PM||Electronics Division Subcommittee on Silicon Dioxide/Silicon Interface, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|3:00 PM||Electronics Division Subcommittee on Compound Semiconductors, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|Electronics Division Subcommittee on ULSI Science and Technology, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|4:00 PM||Electronics Division Award Subcommittee, Iolani Suite VI, Tapa Conference Center|
|Nominating Committee, Iolani Suite VII, Tapa Conference Center|
|5:00 PM||Corrosion Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|5:30 PM||Electronics Division Technical Program Planning Subcommittee, Honolulu Suite I, Tapa Conference Center|
|6:00 PM||Battery Division Executive Committee Meeting, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|6:30 PM||Dielectric Science and Technology Division Governing Body/Long-Range Planning Committee, Honolulu Suite II, Tapa Conference Center|
|Interface Advisory Board, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|7:00 PM||Council of Local Sections, Honolulu Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|7:30 PM||Luminescence and Display Materials Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|8:00 PM||Electronics Division Executive Committee, Honolulu Suite I, Tapa Conference Center|
|Physical Electrochemistry Division Symposium Planning Committee, Iolani Suite VI, Tapa Conference Center|
|8:45 PM||Sensor Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
Monday, October 18, 1999
|7:00 AM||Industrial Electrolysis and Electrochemical Engineering Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|Dielectric Science and Technology Division Symposium Planning Committee, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|High Temperature Materials Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|Physical Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, South Pacific Boardroom, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|9:30 AM||Henry B. Linford Award Subcommittee, South Pacific Boardroom, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|Vittorio de Nora Award Subcommittee, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|10:30 AM||Education Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|Contributing Membership Committee, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|1:30 PM||Society Meeting Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|Ad Hoc Committee on the Integrity of Society Publications, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|3:00 PM||New Technology Subcommittee, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|Letters Advisory Board, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|4:00 PM||Solid State Division/Group Chairmen's Meeting (Dielectric Science & Technology Division Host), South Pacific Boardroom, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|Honors and Awards Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|5:00 PM||Organic and Biological Electrochemistry Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|Japan Local Section Meeting, South Pacific Ballroom III, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|7:00 PM||Energy Technology Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|8:00 PM||Electrodeposition Division Executive Committee, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
Tuesday, October 19, 1999
|7:30 AM||Symposium Subcommittee, Iolani Suites III & IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|Journal Editorial Board, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|9:00 AM||Publication Committee, South Pacific Boardroom, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
|10:30 AM||Individual Membership Committee and Division/Group/Local Section Representatives, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|1:30 PM||Technical Affairs Committee, Iolani Suite V, Tapa Conference Center|
|3:30 PM||Finance Committee, South Pacific Boardroom, Mid Pacific Conference Center|
Wednesday, October 20, 1999
|7:00 AM||Council of Past Presidents' Breakfast, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|Solid State Monograph Committee, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|10:00 AM||Ways and Means Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
|2:00 PM||Centennial Coordinating Committee, Iolani Suite IV, Tapa Conference Center|
|3:00 PM||Financial Policy Advisory Committee, Iolani Suite III, Tapa Conference Center|
Thursday, October 21, 1999
|9:00 AM||Board of Directors' Meeting, Tropics Showroom|
Luncheon tickets are $18.00 in Advance and $21.00 at the Meeting and non-refundable; space is limited and tickets should be purchased in advance.
Monday, October 18, 1999
|12:15 PM||Battery Division, Tropics Showroom|
|High Temperature Materials Division, Golden Dragon Restaurant, Rainbow Tower|
Tuesday, October 19, 1999
|12:15 PM||Corrosion Division, Tropics Showroom|
|Sensor Division, Golden Dragon Restaurant, Rainbow Tower|
Wednesday, October 20, 1999
|12:15 PM||Electrodeposition Division, Tropics Showroom|
|Luminescence and Display Materials Division, Golden Dragon Restaurant, Rainbow Tower|
All Technical Session Co-Chairs are urged to attend an orientation breakfast on the day of their sessions. The continental breakfast is scheduled from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM Monday through Friday in the Golden Dragon Restaurant located in the Rainbow Tower of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. All Session Co-Chairs have been sent the necessary information and materials needed to conduct their Technical Sessions. Should you have any questions or specific problems that you would like to discuss, a member of the Society Headquarters Staff will be available during the times listed above on the day of your participation.
All family members and guests are encouraged to register for the Joint Meeting as a "Nontechnical Registrant". The modest registration fee of $50 includes admission to all social events and an exclusive continental breakfast each morning from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM, Monday through Thursday, in the Paradise Lounge located in the Rainbow Tower of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. During this period, plans can be made with old and new acquaintances to enjoy one of the many sightseeing tours available through Classic Destination Management - Hawaii, the exclusive tour operator for the 1999 Joint International Meeting. The Tour Registration Desk will be located in the Meeting Registration Area from the hours: Sunday - 1:00 PM to 7:30 PM and Monday - Wednesday - 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM. Tour reservations must be received by August 23, 1999 to qualify for the advance prices so please make your reservations early because space is limited. On-site registrations will be taken on a space available basis only and subject to a surcharge. Buses for all tours will depart from and return to the Hilton Hawaiian Village Tapa Tower Bus Depot at the scheduled times listed below. Please feel free to contact Classic Destination Management - Hawaii, 2255 Kuhio Avenue, Suite 1620, Honolulu, HI 96815-2656 USA; Phone: (800) 367-2333 ext. 226, (808) 971-2700 ext. 226, Fax: (808) 922-2606, with any questions you may have. Call between the hours of 11:00 AM and 6:00 PM Pacific Standard Time, Monday through Friday. Please mention that you are attending the 1999 Joint International Meeting in Honolulu.
Monday, October 18, 1999
Welcome to Waikiki Lecture - 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM(Paradise Lounge, Rainbow Tower)
You'll start off on the right foot when you take an hour to relax with a cup of coffee and some pointers about your stay. Today's featured speaker will highlight the restaurants and convenience stores within walking distance of the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The various modes of transportation about town will be discussed and several walking tours will be suggested. The focus of the morning is to recap the highlights of the three exclusive tours that have been designed for the 1999 Joint International Meeting. You'll preview the sights you'll see and pick up handy tips on what to wear, where to eat, and what is not to be missed on the tours! If you haven't signed up for them yet, The 1999 Joint International Meeting tour manager will be standing by at the tour desk to assist you. Price: Complimentary for Nontechnical Registrants.
Arizona Memorial & Battleship Missouri Tour - 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
This deeply moving experience begins with a visit to Pearl Harbor's Arizona Memorial Visitor Center. A National Park Service Ranger or a Pearl Harbor Survivor will give you a brief introduction before you settle in to watch a 23-minute film on the history of the Pearl Harbor attack. After the film, you'll board a Navy operated launch for the trip to the Memorial. While waiting for your tour to begin, you may view the museum exhibits and displays along the shoreline or visit the bookstore where a wide range of materials on the Pearl Harbor attack may be purchased. Once on the Memorial, you will have quiet time to reflect on the attack and view the sunken remains of the ship. The white arch of the Memorial straddles the ship and protects a wall of marble. The wall lists the 1,177 crewmen killed on December 7, 1941 when Japanese Naval Forces bombed the ship. You'll take the launch back to shore and stop at the Visitor Center where you will have time for lunch on your own. The snack shop features pre-packaged sandwiches, chips, and canned drinks. A short walk will bring you to the USS Bowfin Memorial where you will catch a shuttle bus to Ford Island. Ford Island sits in the middle of Pearl Harbor and until 1998, was closed to the public and accessible only by Navy ferry boats. Today, a state-of-the-art drawbridge connects Ford to the main shore. This tiny island is home to the Battleship Missouri Memorial. Here, the "Mighty Mo" stands majestically at watch over her fallen sister ship, the USS Arizona. The pier is a mini-tour with exhibits, flags and memorabilia on display in front of the 887-foot battleship. A guide will take you onboard and point out the various machinery and weapons that are topside. You'll step into the ward room and get a sense of how 2,400 sailors lived together at sea. A video outlines the vessel's history. Explore three decks and look down at the site that immortalized Missouri's place in history: the Surrender Deck where World War II ended. The shuttle bus will take you back to the main shore where your tour driver will meet you and return you to the hotel. This tour includes exclusive transportation with a driver/guide, uniformed escort to accompany the group from start to finish, customized itinerary with maps and tour information, admission on Battleship Missouri, tax and gratuities. Suggested attire is casual wear with low-heeled, comfortable shoes. Brief tops and bathing suits must be covered if worn on the Memorial. Price: $41.00 per person in advance and $45.00 per person on-site.
Tuesday, October 19, 1999
Hawaiian History Lecture - 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM (Paradise Lounge, Rainbow Tower)
Spend one hour spanning the centuries and put Hawaii's history into perspective. You'll see what was happening in the islands, during significant points in U.S. and world history. The island's first settlers arrived in 150 AD. At that time, the land was a barren volcanic wasteland. The settlers brought everything they needed to survive. When the first white man arrived in 1778, not long after the birth of our country, Hawaii was a paradise. The land was lush, green and fruitful. The islanders had an intricate social system, complex agricultural methods and sophisticated navigational techniques. They were a highly intelligent and extremely social group. However, they wore very little clothing in the hot climate, slept in airy grass huts, and only took from the land what they needed. Contact with the Western world changed all that. Within 100 years, the islanders were speaking English, French, German and more. They lived in one of the world's wealthiest countries and their royals traveled the globe. The Hawaiians boasted clothing of silk and velvet and jewels that outshone their flowers. Their palace had electricity before the White House did! Hawaiian history is a fascinating subject and you'll take a walk through time! This is the perfect presentation to complement today's Honolulu City Tour which is a drive through time! Price: Complimentary for Nontechnical Registrants.
Honolulu City Tour - 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Honolulu is a city of many moods. Begin with the serenity of Punchbowl National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. The meticulously landscaped acres and the Courts of the Missing are a tribute to our country's fallen heroes. The mood lightens as your guide points out colorful Chinatown storefronts, circa 1800s. You'll hear of the symbolism of the State Capitol's architecture and view the impressive Iolani Palace, the only royal palace on American soil. See other beautiful and historic sites including the Kawaiaha'o Church, the State Library, and the statue of King Kamehameha I. At 1:00 PM, you'll disembark at the Aloha Tower Marketplace where you will have time for lunch on your own and shopping. This spot is a cornucopia of bright shops and eateries flanking the historic Aloha Tower. The tower's clock and harbor traffic signals continue to be a landmark for the water traffic, just as it was in the heyday of the luxury transpacific liners. Today, the Aloha Tower is Hawaii's first festival marketplace. This is a unique place to shop, dine, recreate, congregate and celebrate. Featuring specialty retail shops, theme restaurants and an outdoor market bazaar. Here, you will have time for lunch on your own, where you can choose from a simple hot dog stand to a sit down meal at Gordon Biersch. If your shopping list is short, you may want to take a short walk along the waterfront. With a nominal admission, you can visit the Hawaii Maritime Center for a lively exploration of Hawaii's unparalleled maritime heritage. Videotapes, hands-on displays, three-dimensional figures, and an audio tour trace 2,000 years of nautical history from the first Polynesians to present day. A reassembled humpback whale skeleton, one of just two in the world, is the centerpiece of the center's interior. Outside are the much-heralded vessels, Hokule'a and the Falls of Clyde. Your escort will be waiting for you at the bus. It will depart from the Aloha Tower Marketplace at 2:00 PM and make a stop at Hilo Hatties. If you wish to stay on at the Aloha Tower Marketplace, you can return on a complimentary Marketplace trolley. For those continuing to Hilo Hatties, this Fashion Center is classified as Hawaii's largest shopping attraction in the State, with over 1.2 million visitors shopping at their five Hawaiian stores on O'ahu, Maui, Kaua'i and in Kona and Hilo on the Big Island. Upon entering Hilo Hattie's customers experience a complimentary shell lei greeting and free refreshments. Once within, the fun Hawaiian shopping experience really begins! Shoppers enjoy a vast variety of Hawaiian activities including food and beverage tastings, Hawaiian music, sarong tying demonstrations and more. Your tour driver will stop to let any shoppers disembark before returning to the hotel. Shoppers at Hilo Hatties can return to the hotel on the fashion center's complimentary shuttles. This tour includes exclusive transportation with a driver/guide, uniformed escort, customized itinerary with maps and tour information, shuttle coupons for Aloha Tower Marketplace and Hilo Hatties, tax and gratuities. Price: $28.00 per person in advance and $33.00 per person on-site.
Wednesday, October 20, 1999
Hula Class - 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM (Paradise Lounge, Rainbow Tower)
Put on your most comfortable leisure wear and be ready to kick off your shoes! You are going swing your hips this morning! Hula is the art of Hawaiian dance. In the islands, this art is also a form of exercise. Muscles are gently lengthened and strengthened as you sway to the music. The basic movements are easy to learn and in just one session, you'll master a complete hula that you can perform for your family and friends back home! This class is the perfect presentation to complement today's Polynesian Cultural Center tour. At the center, you'll see islanders from around the Pacific perform their various forms of the hula. Price: Complimentary for Nontechnical Registrants.
Polynesian Cultural Center Tour - 11:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Your journey to the Polynesian Cultural Center is a tour in itself. The one hour drive will take you into the lush Ko'olau Mountains and down to sea level on the island's Windward side. Green valleys tumble into crystal blue waters making the drive a pure delight for the senses. Once you reach Laie on the island's north tip, your escort will give you a short briefing on where to meet at the end of the tour. Then, you're on your own! You'll arrive at the Center around 12:30 PM. The snack shop is at the entrance and you may want to lunch there on burgers or hot dogs before you begin your trek. If not, snack carts can be found throughout the grounds for iced drinks, ice cream, and fresh fruits. The 42-acre, open-air Polynesian Cultural Center casts you in the role of explorer on a whirlwind tour of the Pacific. The people you meet are real Pacific Islanders. You'll navigate a living map of Polynesia, visiting seven Polynesian nations, Tahiti, Fiji, Tonga, New Zealand, the Marquesas, Samoa, and Hawaii. Each village is a living museum. The architecture is authentic, down to the type of wood used and the means of securing one beam to another. Likewise, the arts, crafts, dances, songs, musical instruments, food, and costumes are exact ethnic reproductions. The Canoe Show tells the legends of the seafaring Polynesians. The dancers perform for you from their canoes while spectators line the riverbanks as it winds its way through the center. Real Polynesians with real culture. This is what makes Hawaii unique. This is what you were expecting from our island paradise. At 3:30, you'll meet your escort at the designated location and board the bus for the scenic drive back to the hotel. This Electrochemical Society tour includes exclusive transportation with a driver/guide, uniformed escort, customized itinerary with maps and tour information, general admission to the Center, tax and gratuities. Suggested attire is shorts and a lightweight shirt with comfortable walking shoes. Bring a hat, sun screen, and your camera. Price: $58.00 per person in advance and $62.00 per person on-site.
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