208th ECS Meeting - Los Angeles, California

October 16 - October 21, 2005

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 

A1 - General Student Poster Session

All Divisions

 

Monday, October 17, 2005

Pasadena, Lower Lobby Level

Monday Evening Student Poster Session

Co-Chairs: V. Desai & V.R. Subramanian
TimeAbs#Title and Authors
o 1 The Mechanism of Potential Shifts of Activated Carbon Due to Adsorption of Organic Compounds M. Goldin (Kellogg Community College), V. Avramenko (Mendeleev University), A. G. Volkov (Oakwood College) and M. Goldin (Mendeleev University)
o 2 Nanocomposite Proton-Exchange Membranes for Higher Temperature PEM Fuel Cell N. H. Jalani (Worcester Polytechnic Institute) and R. Datta (WPI)
o 3 Current Oscillations in Anodic Electrodissolution of Copper in Lithium-ion Battery Electrolyte Q. Cui and H. Dewald (Ohio University)
o 4 The Localization of Metal Ions at Specific Base Pairs in an Oligonucleotide M. J. Dinsmore (University of Saskatchewan)
o 5 Surface Movements of Chopstick-like Islands in Electrochemical Environment J. Lee and J. Kwak (KAIST)
o 6 A Novel High Capacitive-Coupling Ratio Surrounding Gate Transistor (HiCR-SGT) Flash Memory Cell T. Ohba, H. Nakamura (Tohoku University), H. Sakuraba and F. Masuoka (Research Institute of Electrical Communication)
o 7 D-Bi2O3 Thin Films Deposited on Dense YSZ Substrates by Means of CVD Method Under Atmospheric Pressure T. Takeyama, N. Takahashi and T. Nakamura (Shizuoka University)
o 8 Fabrication Process of Field Induced Source Line Surrounding Gate Transistor Flash Memory Cells H. Tomizawa, Y. Yamakawa, H. Haneda, N. Gomi, H. Nakamura (Tohoku University), H. Sakuraba and F. Masuoka (Research Institute of Electrical Communication)
o 9 Improvement of Electron Mobility in a-Si:H Thin film Transistor Using RACVD Method J. Kang, K. Park (Kyungpook National University), B. Park (Kyung-pook National University) and S. Choi (Kyungpook National University)
o 10 Characterization of Proton Conduction Sites and Proton Diffusion Experiments of the Heteropoly Acid, H6P2W21O71 . xH2O, for Fuel Cell Applications J. L. Horan (Colorado School of Mines), J. Turner (National Renewable Energy Laboratory), A. M. Herring and S. Dec (Colorado School of Mines)
o 11 Thickness Dependence of Magnetic and Electronic Properties in La1-xSrxMnO3 Thin Films Y. H. Chen and T. Wu (National Tsing-Hua University)
o 12 Ni Silicide Formation in Ni(Ti)/Si Using Multiple Pulsed Laser Annealing Y. Setiawan, P. Lee, K. Pey (Nanyang Technological University), X. Wang and G. Lim (Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology)
o 13 Thermal Decomposition of Electrolyte to Generate Surface Films on LiNiCoO2 Cathode Particles W. Li and L. Brett (University of Rhode Island)
o 14 Adsorbed Heteropoly Acids and Salts as PEM Fuel Cell Anode Catalysts R. J. Stanis, A. M. Herring and M. Kuo (Colorado School of Mines)
o 15 Studies on Galvanic Corrosion Effect in CMP of Cu and Barrier Layer Materials P. Mohan, T. Jiang and V. Desai (University of Central Florida)
o 16 High-Temperature Oxidation Behavior of MoSi2+Si3N4 Nanocomposites T. Jiang, P. Mohan and V. Desai (University of Central Florida)
o 17 Effects of Magnetic Field on Electroplated Copper Films B. Park (Kyung-pook National University), Y. Cho and S. Choi (Kyungpook National University)
o 18 Preparation of InN Crystal with Peculiar Morphology by Means of Halide Chemical Vapor Deposition under Atmospheric Pressure H. Sugiura, N. Takahashi and T. Nakamura (Shizuoka University)
o 19 Field Induced Source Line Surrounding Gate Transistor Flash Memory Y. Yamakawa, H. Tomizawa, N. Gomi, H. Haneda, H. Nakamura (Tohoku University), H. Sakuraba and F. Masuoka (Research Institute of Electrical Communication)
o 20 Preparation of Cuprous Oxide Thin Film by Means of Halide Chemical Vapor Deposition Under Atmospheric Pressure H. Kobayashi, N. Takahashi and T. Nakamura (Shizuoka University)
o 21 Drive Current Enhancement in the Surrounding Gate Transistor W. Sakamoto, H. Haneda, H. Nakamura (Tohoku University), H. Sakuraba and F. Masuoka (Research Institute of Electrical Communication)
o 22 MISFET Type H2 Sensor Using Pd-black Catalytic Metal Gate for High Performance K. Kang, Y. Cho, B. Park (Kyungpook National University), S. Han (Korea Institute of Energy Research) and S. Choi (Kyungpook National University)
o 23 Numerical Analysis of the Erase Characteristics in Field Induced Source Line Surrounding Gate Transistor Flash Memory N. Gomi, Y. Yamakawa, H. Tomizawa, H. Haneda, H. Nakamura (Tohoku University), H. Sakuraba and F. Masuoka (Research Institute of Electrical Communication)
o 24 Tubular Electrochemical Hydrogen Pump Using Porous Alumina Tubing I. Koo, M. Lee, J. Lee and W. Lee (Ajou University)
o 25 Electrochemical Performance of Pt/C Electrodes Prepared by Plasma-chemical Method J. Shim, I. Koo and W. Lee (Ajou University)
o 26 Modeling Backward Wave Oscillations in a High Gain TWT V. Kumar and A. Vohra (Kurukshetra University)
o 27 A Novel Fabrication Process of the Surrounding Gate Transistor with a Self-Aligned Drain Contact H. Haneda, T. Ohba, H. Tomizawa, M. Satoh, H. Nakamura (Tohoku University), H. Sakuraba and F. Masuoka (Research Institute of Electrical Communication)
o 28 Methanol Sensor Incorporating PETE Composite Membrane Coated with Plasma-Chemically Prepared Pd Film Y. Kim, J. Shim and W. Lee (Ajou University)
o 29 Plasma-chemical Reduction Method for Preparing Pt Nano Particles Used for Fuel Cell Electrodes K. Joung, J. Shim, I. Koo, M. Lee and W. Lee (Ajou University)
o 30 Onboard Energy Storage for Fuel Cell Vehicles via Iron Reduction/Oxidation M. Thaler (CD Laboratory for Fuel Cell Systems), V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology) and J. Besenhard (Institute for Chemistry and Technology of Inorganic Materials)
o 31 Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Investigation of a Potentiometric Gas Sensor with a La2CuO4 Electrode B. M. White (University of Florida), E. Traversa (University of Rome Tor Vergata) and E. D. Wachsman (University of Florida)
o 32 Fabrication of Rare Earth-Transition Metal Alloy Nanowires and Nanotubes R. Mishra and E. J. Podlaha (Louisiana State University)
o 33 Photoresist and Residue Removal Using Gas-Expanded Liquids I. Song (Georgia Institute of Technology), M. Spuller (Applied Materials), G. Levitin and D. Hess (Georgia Institute of Technology)
o 34 Investigation of Methanol Oxidation on PtRu Using a Dynamic Hydrogen Electrode (DHE) E. Chung (Illinois Institute of Technology), E. Smotkin (University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras) and J. Prakash (Illinois Institute of Technology)
o 35 Characterization of Barium Zirconium Titanate Thin Films as Tunable Materials Prepared by RF Magnetron Sputtering W. Lan, H. Liu (National Tsing Hua University) and T. Wu (National Tsing-Hua University)
o 36 Manganese Dioxide Porosity Changes During Discharge by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy S. Donne and J. Arnott (University of Newcastle)
o 37 XAS Study and Catalytic Properties of Sulfided Platinum Catalysts for PEFCs Y. Moriguchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University), M. Wakihara (Tokyo Institute of Technology) and K. Bando (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o 38 Preparation and Properties of Transparent, Flexible Ruthenic Acid Nanosheet Thin Films by Electrophoretic Deposition K. Yokoshima, W. Sugimoto, Y. Murakami and Y. Takasu (Shinshu University)
o 39 Analysis of Pt-3d Metal Alloy Cathode Material for PEFCs Using XAS T. Arai, H. Fujita (Tokyo Institute of Technology), Y. Uchimoto (Kyoto University), M. Wakihara, K. Fushinobu, K. Okazaki (Tokyo Institute of Technology) and K. Bando (Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
o 40 Development of PtRuIr/C Electrocatalysts for DMFC Anodes T. Kawaguchi, D. Matsuki, M. Dohi, W. Sugimoto, Y. Murakami and Y. Takasu (Shinshu University)
o 41 Oxygen Reduction Activity of Pt-based Binary Alloy Electrocatalysts S. Konishi, N. Yoshinaga, M. Ishida, W. Sugimoto, Y. Murakami and Y. Takasu (Shinshu University)
o 42 Electrical Properties of Composites Prepared from Conducting Polymer and Noble Metal Nanoparticles Probed by Conductive Tip Atomic Force Microscopy S. Cho and S. Park (Pohang University of Science and Technology)
o 43 Effect of Light Absorption Layer on MILC poly-Si TFTs Using Scanning-RTA Y. Pyo, M. Kim, Y. Yoon and S. Joo (Seoul National University)
o 44 Measuring of Methanol Diffusion Coefficients of New Lignin-based Membranes and Nafion 117 Du Pont Membranes T. Schaffer, E. Wallnofer, V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology), X. Zhang, R. Garcia Valls (Rovira i Virgili University, Spain) and J. Benavente Herrera (University of Malaga,Spain)
o 45 Synthesis and Improvement of Electrochemical Properties of LiFePO4 by Microwave Heating M. Song, Y. Kang and H. Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
o 46 Electrode Materials for Electrochemical Capacitors R. Nagireddy and R. Reddy (The University of Alabama)
o 47 Electrochemical Impedance of a Direct Methanol Fuel Cell with a Poly(styrenesulfonic) Acid (PSSA)-Poly(vinylidenefluoride) (PVDF) Composite Membrane K. McGrath, N. Munichandraiah, G. Prakash and G. Olah (University of Southern California)
o 48 Investigation of Electrochemical Copper Patination: Effects of PH and Iodine Adsorption Studies S. Venkataraman (University of North Texas) and O. M. Chyan (univerwity of North Texas)
o 49 Selective Wet Etching of Sputtered Ta Thin Films R. Todi, K. Sundaram and E. Dein (university of Central Florida)
o 50 Fabrication and Characterization of Three Dimensional Interconnection Structures for Chip Stack Packages Using Electrodeposition K. Lee, T. Oh, H. Won, J. Lee and T. Oh (Hongik University)
o 51 Effect of Additives on Electrodeposition of Ni-SiC Composite Coating T. Oh, G. Chang, S. Jun, J. Lee (Hongik University), J. Byun (Korea Institute of Science and Technology) and T. Oh (Hongik University)
o 52 Probing the Defect Chemistry of Doped Nanostructured Tin Oxides for Sensor Applications C. H. Drake, S. Deshpande, S. Seal, S. Shukla, L. Nguyen and S. Patil (University of Central Florida)
o 53 Effect of RTA on the Electrical Performance of MILC TFT S. Lee, Y. Kim, J. Yoon (Seoul Nat'l Univ.) and S. Joo (Seoul National University)
o 54 Photo-responses Demonstrated by Tetracene-based vs. Pentacene-based Thin-film Transistors J. Choi, J. Lee, D. Hwang, S. Jeong (Yonsei University), E. Kim (Hongik University), J. Kim and S. Im (Yonsei University)
o 55 Reliable Pentacene Thin-film Transistors with Polymer Gate Dielectric Layers Cured at an Optimum Temperature D. Hwang (Yonsei University), J. Park (Hongik University), J. Lee, J. Choi, S. Jeong, J. Kim (Yonsei University), E. Kim (Hongik University) and S. Im (Yonsei University)
o 56 Semi-transparent UV-detecting ZnO-TFTs with Polymer Gate Dielectric K. Lee (Institute of Physics & Applied Physics), H. Bae, J. Choi, D. Hwang, J. Kim and S. Im (Yonsei University)
o 57 Feature Profile Evolution in Chlorine Etching of Shallow Trench Isolation (STI) Structures J. Hoang (UCLA) and J. P. Chang (University of California)
o 58 A Study of Crystallization Behavior and Electrical Propertiy of Sb-doped Ge2Sb2Te5 for Application to Phase Change Memory E. Jung, K. Do, B. Lee, J. Kwon and D. Ko (Yonsei University)
o 59 Thermal Stability Improvement of Ni1-xTax(x=0.05, 0.10, 0.15 and 0.20) Alloy Systems K. Do, D. Lee, D. Suh and D. Ko (Yonsei University)
o 60 A Study on the Formation and Thermal Stability of Ni-germanosilicide in the Ni and NiTa Alloy/ Epi-Si1-x Gex System D. Lee, J. Kim, K. Do, B. Min and D. Ko (Yonsei University)
o 61 Adjacent Impedance Probing on Genosensor K. Ma, H. Zhou (University of California, Irvine) and M. J. Madou (UC Irvine)
o 62 The Use of Cerium-Exchanged Clay as Corrosion Inhibiting and Sensing Pigments in Organic Coatings S. Chrisanti (Fontana Corrosion Center) and R. Buchheit (The Ohio State University)
o 63 The Properties of Direct Methanol Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell J. Seong and Y. Bae (Hanyang University)
o 64 Semi-Empiric SOFC Model for Transportation Power System Analysis M. Monsberger, S. D. Fraser and V. Hacker (Graz University of Technology)
o 65 Hydrogen Gas-rechargeable Metal Hydride Electrodes for Ni-MH Battery Y. O. Su (National Chi Nan University)