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EMC 2010: Networking and Events
June 23-25, 2010 * Notre Dame, Indiana

Be sure to attend these conference events and network with your peers and colleagues.


Welcoming Receptions
Date and Time: Wednesday, June 23, 6 to 8 p.m.
Location: McKenna Hall, University of Notre Dame

Take advantage of this plenary occasion to network with familiar colleagues or to meet new industry professionals! This is also a chance to interact with exhibitors in a casual setting to learn firsthand about their cutting edge products and services.

EMC 2010 Conference Banquet
Date and Time: Thursday, June 24, 6:30 to 9 p.m.
Location: Northern Indiana Center for History and the Studebaker Museum

Dine in this magnificent historic site showcasing an elegant, 38-room Victorian mansion, a charming circa 1930’s cottage, a gallery chronicling local history, a collage of Notre Dame history, a children’s museum, and compelling exhibitions. In addition, the Studebaker Museum will lead visitors through a century of automotive development. Tickets include dinner, entrance to the museums, and round trip bus transportation to the University of Notre Dame. This event is free to both full conference and student registrants. Buses wil board at McKenna Hall beginning at 5:15 p.m.

Purchase Additional Tickets
Guests and one-day registrants tickets are $65 each and $30 for children 12 and under. Reserve tickets online with the EMC Registration Form or purchase them on-site at the EMC registration desk on Wednesday, June 23 until 5 p.m.

Technical Session Intermissions
Date and Time: Daily, during the morning and afternoon breaks

Gather with your colleagues and peers between technical sessions. Coffee, tea and soft drinks will be offered in the exhibition and break areas during morning and afternoon session intermissions.


Eugene Haller
2010 Recipient: Eugene Haller
University of California – Berkeley; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

John Bardeen Award
Established in 1994, this award recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions, and is a leader in the electronic materials field. John Bardeen’s career of theoretical and experimental research set the foundation for the current state of understanding of electronic materials. Two areas in which Bardeen had great impact were the invention and development of the solid-state transistor and the theory that developed greater understanding of superconductivity.

Student Best Paper Award
Student awards are given annually by the Electronic Materials Committee for the best presentations at the conference. Student papers are judged on both scientific content and presentation at the Electronic Materials Conference. The awards will be presented during the plenary session on Wednesday morning, June 24, in McKenna Auditorium. Student recipients are:

  • Sebastien Vincent, Soitec S.A., Bernin, France
  • John Simon, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA
  • Charles Brooks, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania, USA
  • Shriram Shivaraman, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA

Nominate A Colleague
TMS hosts a number of professional honors and awards, as well as student awards and scholarships. To view a complete listing and nominate a colleague, visit the TMS Honors And Awards page.


For more information about this meeting, please complete the meeting inquiry form or contact:

TMS Meeting Services
184 Thorn Hill Road
Warrendale , PA 15086-7514 USA
Telephone (724) 776-9000, ext. 243
(800) 759-4TMS
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