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2022 MRS Fall Meeting
Boston, Massachusetts
November 27—December 2, 2022

  
  
The 2022 MRS Fall Meeting will be held November 27 through December 2, 2022, in Boston, Massachusetts, at the Hynes Convention Center and adjacent Sheraton Boston Hotel. The world's foremost international scientific gathering for materials research, the MRS meeting showcases leading interdisciplinary research in both fundamental and applied areas presented by scientists from around the world.

Call for Proposals

Submit a Proposal

Deadline: May 14, 2021

As part of the early stages of planning the program for the 2022 MRS Fall Meeting in Boston, we are currently soliciting proposals for symposium topics of future technical themes and broader impact.

Our goal is to plan an exciting meeting that includes both new and rapidly developing topics, as well as current ones of interest to the materials community.

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):

  • 2D Materials
  • 3D Printing; 3D Bioprinting
  • Advances in Metals and Ceramic Processing
  • Autonomous Materials; Smart Materials; Self-Healing Materials
  • Biomaterials; Biomimetics
  • Characterization; Microscopy; Spectroscopy; Functional Imaging; In Situ and Operando
  • Electronic Materials—Oxide Electronics, Diamond, Ultrawide bandgap materials
  • Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence/Data Driven Materials Research
  • Flexible Electronics and Wearables
  • Materials Modeling; Materials Theory
  • Global Impact and Sustainability
  • Interfaces of Materials
  • Lightweight and high-strength Composites
  • Materials for Energy: Conversion, Harvesting, Storage, and Beyond
  • Materials under Extreme Conditions and Environments
  • Materials for Healthcare
  • Materials for Human-Machine Interfaces
  • Materials for Beyond Moore's Law Computing and Information Technologies:
    Low-voltage, Neuromorphic, Internet of Things, 5G communications
  • MEMS/NEMS; Microfluidics
  • (Multi-) Functional Materials
  • Nuclear Materials
  • Nanomaterials; Nanoengineered Systems
  • Nanosynthesis; Self-assembly
  • Polymeric Materials Science
  • Quantum Materials; Quantum Information Materials
  • Soft Robotics
  • Synthetic Biology

Broader Impact programming is intended to extend the influence of scientific research to the quality of life and society at large. Examples include:

  • Education and training of the next generation of materials researchers
  • Public outreach
  • Career and professional development
  • Impact of materials research on global economies and the environment
  • Efforts to broaden diversity and inclusion of underrepresented groups

All proposals for technical or broader impact symposium programming must be submitted by May 14. Visit the website for instructions »

Your input is extremely valuable in helping assure the breadth and topicality of the MRS Meeting, as well as ensuring a satisfying Meeting experience.

Meeting Chairs

Will Dichtel, Northwestern University
Julia R. Greer, California Institute of Technology
Laura Herz, University of Oxford
Lane W. Martin, University of California, Berkeley
Haimei Zheng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory