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Dear fellow thermoelectricians, colleagues and friends.

Due to the worldwide situation, ICT2020 has to be canceled.

The health and safety of all must be prioritize and this is the most responsible thing to do.

On behalf of the board of directors of the ITS, I wish you all the best in these difficult times.

Sincerely yours,

Franck Gascoin – ITS President

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ITS Summer Fellowship 2020


To assist a graduate student in the pursuit of research during the summer (May – August) in a field of interest to the ITS.

The Award

The award shall be known as the ITS Fellowship and will consist of funds in the amount of US $5,000 for the summer months of study at an institution different from the awardee’s home institution.


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2020 ITS Outstanding Achievement in Thermoelectrics Award: Deadline Extended to March 16, 2020

The International Thermoelectric Society (ITS) announces the 2020 ITS Outstanding Achievement in Thermoelectrics Award to recognize outstanding achievement in scholarship and service to the thermoelectric community. The award carries a cash prize of two thousand US dollars ($2000), honorary membership in the ITS, and a Descriptive Certificate that will be presented at the 39th International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT 2020), in Seattle, Washington, USA June 28- July 2, 2020.

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Call for Candidates to the 2020 Annual Young Investigator Award

The International Thermoelectric Society (ITS) announces the 2020 ITS Young Investigator Award for Excellence in Research in Thermoelectrics by a young investigator who holds a researcher/engineer position in either: academia, industry, government lab or scientific institute (e.g. The Max Planck Institute).  This award is to be given to a young researcher who has exhibited a record of excellent original work and significant results in the field of thermoelectrics or thermoelectric materials.  The recipient should have shown significant research in the early stages of his/her career. The work will not be judged as part of their Ph.D. thesis but work that occurred after their Ph.D.  contributions and findings will be required. The selection committee will be considering only original work and contributions.

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Understanding transport processes on the nanoscale for energy harvesting devices

Event Date(s): 

2020-04-19 to 2020-04-22



City, State/Prov: 

Bad Honnef



Contact Name: 

Gabi Schierning

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