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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


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


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:



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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.


Sarah Allendorf, PhD

Manager, Materials Physics Department
Sandia National Laboratories
Livermore, CA


+- Status: PROCEEDINGS from ICT'06 in Vienna

Paul Wesling reports that CD-ROMs have been shipped to all attendees of
the Vienna ICT, and those who ordered printed copies should also have
received them. All were shipped by airmail during the first week of January
(except for these: Uher, Grin, Ballreich, Sugiwara, Pastorino, Cauchy,
Udagawa, which were shipped Jan 22). [Leave out the exception list if your
Nsltr goes out after Jan. 30th.]

Please be aware that other researchers can order the CD-ROM containing all
the ICT'06 papers from the IEEE's order pages: (select "Thermoelectrics")

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Queen to appoint Prof. D. M. Rowe to OBE

Professor D. M. Rowe of Cardiff, scientist, author, editor, and organizer is well known to the thermoelectric community. Now he has come to the attention of no less than the Queen of England. The Queen has announced the Honour of appointinting Prof. Rowe an Officer in the Order of the British Empire (OBE). I'm fairly certain no other member of the thermoelectric community has been so Honoured.

The Honour has been formally announced in:

The London Gazette
of Friday 29 December 2006
Supplement No. 1

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Laird Technologies (Melcor) Acquiers Supercool

Laird Technologies announced on December 6, 2006 the acquisition of Supercool (Coollab AB). the Gothenburg, Sweden based "provider of custom designed thermoelectric based assemblies" with 2006 sales of about US$11M, according to the Laird Press Release.

Laird acquired Melcor for about US$20M in late 2005.

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Wenqing Zhang





Ultra Low K = Good Science

Last summer at ICT2006 in Vienna David Johnson of the University of Oregon presented a paper (Johnson et al, "Engineering Low Thermal Conductivity in Novel Thermoelectric Materials", presented at ICT2006 but does not appear in the Proceedings) which is of interest both for the scientific results, but also because it represents an excellent example of how Good Science is done. Sadly, the paper does not appear in the Conference Proceedings, but that work (and more) has now appeared in Science [1] (see below for a link to the Science manuscript). I've waited until now to comment, to give Johnson and his collaborators time to publish their results. But much of my commentary is based on his presentation in Vienna, some of which does not appear in the Science article.

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ICT2007 Call For Papers - 20061227

Dear. All ITS members and whom it may concern

Call for Papers

The Korean Scientific Committee for ICT 2007 is pleased to invite you for paper submission both for oral and poster presentation, and the topics are to be in regards with the categories as below:

We are planning to have conference abstracts printed in a scientific citation indexing journal, “Solid State Phenomena” (SSP). For the further development of ICT and to enhance the standing of the conference, we would appreciate the active participation of all participants.

Therefore, those wishing to be published by SSP must submit a 4- to 6-page full paper along with its publication and dispatch fees which should be paid separately from the conference registration fee.


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