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Plenary Speakers

Binner, Jon (UK)
Ikuhara, Yuichi (Japan)
Randall, Clive A. (USA)
Singh, Dileep (USA)


Keynote Speakers
(to be added)

Bordia, R. (USA)
Fahrenholtz, W. (USA)
Geffroy, P.M. (France)
Graule, T. (Switzerland)
Hinoki, T. (Japan)
Ikesue, A. (Japan)
Li, J.G. (Japan)
Liu, J.H. (China)
Olevsky, E. (USA)
Reimanis, I.E. (USA)
Riedel, R. (Germany)
Szafran, M. (Poland)
Vasylkiv, O. (Japan)
Vassen, R. (Germany)
Weber, W.J. (USA)
Yamashita, H. (Japan)




Invited talk
Performance enhancement of luminescent materials by coating phosphor particles using atomic layer deposition (ALD) in a fluidized bed (FB) reactor

H.T. (Bert)Hintzen
Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

H.T. (Bert) Hintzen is associate professor in Optical Materials at Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands). He studied chemistry and physics (B.Sc., 1979) at the University of Nijmegen, graduated (M.Sc., cum laude, 1982) on solid state physics and inorganic chemistry at the same university, and obtained his Ph.D. degree (1990) on luminescent materials at Utrecht University with Prof. Dr. Blasse as supervisor. In the period 1982-1992 he worked at Philips Research Laboratories and Philips Lighting Materials Laboratories Eindhoven. From 1993 till 2013 he was affiliated with Eindhoven University of Technology as associate professor on Energy Materials and Devices. In 1998 Bert Hintzen was visiting professor at Rennes University (France), in 2003 and 2007 Research Fellow at Tokyo University (Japan), and in 2013 Research Fellow at the National Institute for Materials Science (Japan). During the years 2009-2010 he was also appointed as part-time professor in Sustainable Energy at Avans University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands), and in 2014 he was visiting professor at Rowan University (USA).

His research interests are concerned with the design, preparation, characterization, properties and applications of inorganic (ceramic, phosphor, pigment, photo-catalytic, battery, hydrogen storage) materials, with emphasis on composition-structure-property relationships. Current research topics include spectral conversion materials for application in the field of energy (LEDs, solar cells, photocatalysis) and mobility (smart highway). Bert Hintzen serves as associate editor of the Journal of the American Ceramic Society and is member of the editorial boards of the International Journal of Luminescence and Applications, and the open-access journal Materials. He is (co-)author of more than 175scientific publications(with more than 5900 citations, h-index: 39, Google Scholar) and (co-)inventor on about 15 patents.


Symposium M: Transparent ceramics and luminescent materials





Invited Speakers
(to be added)

Biesuz, M. (Italy)
Chan, Y.T. (Taiwan)
Cologna, M. (Germany)
Delaunay, J.J. (Japan)
Furuse, H. (Japan)
Hintzen, H.T. (Netherland)
Kita, H. (Japan)
Kuo, C.H. (Taiwan)
Lee, S.H. (Korea)
Li, J. (China)
Li, J.Q. (China)
Li, Q. (China)
Lleonart, J.R.M. (Spain)
Lu, K. (USA)
Masuda, Y. (Japan)
Mimura, K. (Japan)
Morita, K. (Japan)
Mortier, M. (France)
Motz, G. (Germany)
Ni, D.W. (China)
Ogla, F. (Germany)
Ong, T.G. (Taiwan)
Peng, C.H. (Taiwan)
Shklover, V. (Switzerland)
Soraru, G.D. (Italy)
Tao, S.Y. (China)
Wang, H. (China)
Wang, K.Y. (China)
Wu, Y.Q. (USA)
Vandeperre, L. (UK)
Yang, W.Y. (China)
Zhang, S.J. (Australia)
Zhou, S.M. (China)
Zhou, Y. (Japan)
Zhou, Y.C. (China)
Zych, E. (Poland)