Sunday, September 21
Opening of the workshop.
Hiroshima University, Japan
Thermoelectrics of Kondo semiconductors and clathrates.
Ecole Normal Superier, Paris, France,
Nernst effect and the thermomagnetic figure of merit
in light- and heavy-electron semi-metals
10:10 coffee break
Institute of Solid State Physics, Wroclaw, Poland,
Rare-earth-based half-Heusler compounds as prospective materials for thermoelectric applications
Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany
Enhanced Thermoelectricity in the Correlated Semiconductor FeSb2
Lunch & afternoon break
Poster session and additional questioning time for the mornings talks.
TU Wien, Austria,
Pudding mold type band as the origin of large thermopower in LiRh2O4
Optimal thermoelectric materials: beyond the Mahan-Sofo approach
Multiple energy scales of strongly correlated electrons
revealed by the thermoelectric transport data.