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“Journal of Thermoelectricity” is the only international journal of such profile. It has been published in Ukraine since 1993 by Institute of Thermoelectricity of the National Academy of Sciences and Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. The journal publication is promoted by the International Thermoelectric Academy, especially as regards qualified reviewing of papers.

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UC Berkeley Announces Organic TE Milestone (or is that Millstone?)

If (1 + 1 = 2) then (grass is green). The premise: true. The conclusion: true. The argument: false.

In both their press release [1] and their article in Science [2] a UC Berkeley group suggest their (very nice) measurements of the Seebeck coefficient of individual organic molecules "offers the promise of efficient thermoelectric energy conversion devices" [from 2].

As far as I am aware these are indeed the first Seebeck measurements on individual organic molecules. And very nice measurements they are, resulting in S = +8.7, +12.9 and +14.2 microV/K for three different molecules.

And I have to agree that organics are of some interest for thermoelectricity. They are inexpensive, come in infinite variety and often have attractively low thermal conductivity. Organic polymers, for example, can be better conductors than copper [3] and (others) can have Seebeck values over 1000 microV/K [4]. The trick, of course, is bringing these properties together in a single material, something which hasn't happened yet. I noted all these things years ago [5,6].

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Postdoc Position at GM R&D

GM R&D

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Materials and Processes Laboratory
General Motors R&D Center
Warren, Michigan

Postdoctoral Position Available

 

 

Thermoelectric Materials Synthesis and Characterization:

The applicant will assist in the research of high performance thermoelectric materials, which involves material synthesis, structural & chemical characterization, and transport property measurements. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in Materials Science, Chemistry, Physics or similar discipline. Experience with synthesis and characterization of materials is a strong advantage. An understanding of transport properties including thermal conductivity, thermopower, and electrical conductivity in semiconductors, semi-metals, and composite materials is desired. The appointment is initially for a one-year period and may be renewed in one-year increments for a maximum of three additional years.

Contact:

Dr. Jihui Yang
Staff Research Scientist
Materials and Processes Laboratory
GM R&D Center
MC 480106224
Warren, MI 48090
Phone: (586)986-9789
Fax: (596)986-3091
jihui.yang@gm.com

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+- From ICT2007 Organizing Committee!!


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Submit an Abstract
for the 26th International Conference on Thermoelectrics - TODAY!

 

Submit an abstract for one of the world's premier Thermoelectrics conference in 2007.

 

The International Conference on Thermoelectrics (ICT) will hold its 26th International Meeting at the Shineville Luxury Resort in Jeju, Korea, on June 3(Sun)-7(Thu), 2007.

 

The abstract deadline is March 10, 2007

 

To submit an abstract online, please click here. If you have any questions or problems submitting an abstract, please contact secretariat office at admin@ict2007.net

 

SAVE THE DATE for June 3-7, 2007. Registration is now available and an overview of the program, registration fees, accommodation information and exhibitor prospectus too. For more information on the 26th International Conference on Thermoelectrics, please visit http://www.ict2007.net

 

We look forward to seeing you in Jeju, Korea!

 

International Conference on Thermoelectrics

#603 B.I Center Cheju Tourism College

Aewol-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do, Korea
Tel: 82-64-748-1040 Fax: 82-64-746-9317
Mobile: 82-11-639-9317 E-mail: admin@ict2007.net

 

 


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Sandia: Physics of TE Materials

Dear Dr. Vining,

I wanted to bring your attention to a staff position we have open at Sandia National Laboratories for a person to conduct experimental research concerning the fundamental physics of thermoelectric materials. I've attached below the job description and information for how to apply for this position. Please feel free to forward this to any interested applicants. In addition, I've included a hardcopy flier for posting in an appropriate area at your institution.

Sincerely,

Sarah Allendorf, PhD

Manager, Materials Physics Department
Sandia National Laboratories
Livermore, CA

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