Description An ICTP Virtual Meeting

Thermal management is becoming more relevant nowadays in ever decreasing-size electronic and optical devices generating more heat per unit volume, and in materials used in jet engines. We have witnessed many advances in the theories of thermal transport in the past decade: discovery of new excitations, a better understanding beyond the Fourier regime, description of highly anharmonic systems are but a few examples.
 
Topics:
  • Anharmonic transport at high-temperatures
  • Solid-solid phase change materials
  • Systematic methods for high-throughput calculations
  • Machine-learned potentials, their speed and success in predicting thermal properties
  • Phonon hydrodynamics, relevant excitations
  • Electron-phonon coupling
  • Advances in solving Boltzmann Transport Equation
  • Amorphous and disordered systems
  • Phonon coherence in superlattices
  • Phonon metamaterials, phonon engineering and novel phononic devices
  • Excitations in strongly anharmonic systems

Speakers:
J. ALARIA, University of Liverpool, UK
S.M.V. ALLAEI, University of Tehran, Iran
X. ALVAREZ, UAB, Spain
A.A. BALANDIN, UC Riverside, USA
M. BERNARDI, CALTECH, USA
G. CASATI, University of Insubria, Italy
A. CEPELOTTI, Harvard University, USA
G. CHEN, MIT, USA
O. DELAIRE, Duke University, USA
A. DHAR, ICTS-TIFR, India
K. ESFARJANI, University of Virginia, USA
Z. FAN, Varian and Aalto University, Finland
A. FIORENTINO, SISSA, Italy
G. FUGALLO, CNRS, France
M. HILKE, McGill University, Canada
M. HU, University of South Carolina, USA
C. HUA, ORNL, USA
F. KNOOP, Linköping University, Sweden
S. LEE, University of Pittsburgh, USA
C. LEWENKOPF, Fluminense Federal University, Brazil
B. LIAO, UC Santa Barbara, USA
T. LUO, University of Notre Dame, USA
I.J. MAASILTA, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
F. MAURI, University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy
A. MCGAUGHEY, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA
C. MELIS, University of Cagliari, Italy
N. MINGO, CEA, France
A.J. MINNICH, CALTECH, USA
B. MORTAZAVI, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
L. PAULATTO, CNRS & Sorbonne University, France
A. RAJABPOUR, IKU, Iran
N. RAVICHANDRAN, IISc, India
G. ROMANO, MIT, USA
I. SAVIC, Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
A. SHAKOURI, Purdue University, USA
J. SHIOMI, University of Tokyo, Japan
T. TADANO, NIMS, Japan
Z. TIAN, Cornell University, USA
S. VOLZ, CNRS, University of Tokyo, Japan
J.S. WANG, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Applicants are encouraged to submit poster abstracts (maximum 2).
A number of abstracts will be selected for a poster session.

Registration: There is no registration fee.
 

Go to day
  • Monday, 30 May 2022
    • 09:00 - 17:00
      Time zone: You can choose your time zone (in place of Europe/Rome) on the top right of the page and the programme time will be modified accordingly.
      • 09:00 Localization Effects due to a Random Magnetic Field on Heat Transport in a Harmonic Chain 40'
        Speaker: Abhishek DHAR (ICTS-TIFR, India)
      • 09:40 First-principles Calculations of Phonons and Crystal Structures at Finite Temperatures 40'
        Speaker: Terumasa TADANO (NIMS, Japan)
      • 10:20 Break 20'
      • 10:40 Onsager Relations, Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions and Absolute Negative Mobility 40'
        Speaker: Giulio CASATI (University of Insubria, Italy)
      • 11:20 Wigner formulation of thermal transport in solids: a unified theory for glasses and complex crystals with ultralow conductivity 40'
        Speaker: Francesco MAURI (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy)
      • 12:00 Lunch 2h0'
      • 14:00 Temporal Coherence in Heat Conduction 40'
        Speaker: Sebastian VOLZ (CNRS, University of Tokyo, Japan)
      • 14:40 Probing the Breakdown of Phonon Quasiparticles in Strongly Anharmonic and Complex Crystals: Scattering Experiments and Simulations 40'
        Speaker: Olivier DELAIRE (Duke University, USA)
      • 15:20 Break 20'
      • 15:40 Nanoscale Thermal Transport in Complex Structures and across Interfaces 40'
        Speaker: Zhiting TIAN (Cornell University, USA)
      • 16:20 Microscopic Energy Transport in Emerging Quantum Materials 40'
        Speaker: Bolin LIAO (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
  • Tuesday, 31 May 2022
    • 09:00 - 17:00
      • 09:00 First-Principles Multiscale Modeling Enabled by Machine-Learning Interatomic Potentials 40'
        Speaker: Bohayra MORTAZAVI (Leibniz University Hannover, Germany)
      • 09:40 Thermal Transport and Thermal Expansion in 2D Materials Studied by Machine Learning Interatomic Potentials 40'
        Speaker: Ali RAJABPOUR (IKU, Iran)
      • 10:20 Break 20'
      • 10:40 Lattice Thermal Transport Near the Ferroelectric Phase Transition in GeTe 40'
        Speaker: Ivana SAVIC (Tyndall National Institute, Cork)
      • 11:20 Total Phonon Engineering in a Modular Multiple Anion Inorganic Bulk Superlattice 40'
        Speaker: Jonathan ALARIA (University of Liverpool, UK)
      • 12:00 Lunch 2h0'
      • 14:00 Super-thermal Evaporation of Water Under Visible Light: Photomolecular Effect 40'
        Speaker: Gang CHEN (MIT, USA)
      • 14:40 Understanding Mesoscale Energy Transport in Quantum Materials 40'
        Speaker: Chengyun HUA (ORNL, USA)
      • 15:20 Break 20'
      • 15:40 Inverse Design of Low-Thermal Conductivity Nanostructures with OpenBTE 40'
        Speaker: Giuseppe ROMANO (MIT, USA)
      • 16:20 High-throughput Phonon Property Prediction for 63 Elements with Elemental Deep Neural Network 40'
        Speaker: Ming HU (University of South Carolina, USA)
  • Wednesday, 1 June 2022
    • 09:00 - 19:00
      • 09:00 Controlling heat flow by manipulating phonons and their interactions: a bottom-up approach 40'
        Speaker: Navaneeth RAVICHANDRAN (IISc, India)
      • 09:40 Exploring massive structure-search-space for thermal transport 40'
        Speaker: Juichiro SHIOMI (University of Tokyo, Japan)
      • 10:20 Break 20'
      • 10:40 Entropy production fluctuations in the electronic transport in nanoscopic systems 40'
        Speaker: Caio LEWENKOPF (Fluminense Federal University, Brazil)
      • 11:20 In-plane thermal transport in suspended silicon and graphene isotope superlattices 40'
        Speaker: Michael HILKE (McGill University, Canada)
        Material: Abstract
      • 12:00 Lunch 2h0'
      • 14:00 Phonon Hall Effect 40'
        Speaker: Jian Sheng WANG (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
      • 14:40 Ab initio Green-Kubo Simulations for the Investigation and Discovery of Thermal Insulators 40'
        Speaker: Florian KNOOP (Linköping University, Sweden)
      • 15:20 Break 20'
      • 15:40 Thermal Transport Across Grain Boundaries and Interfaces from Machine Learning and ab initio Simulation 40'
        Speaker: Sangyeop LEE (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
      • 16:20 Advances in computing electron-phonon interactions and electrical transport from first-principles 40'
        Speaker: Marco BERNARDI (CALTECH, USA)
      • 17:00 Poster_session 2h0'
  • Thursday, 2 June 2022
    • 09:00 - 17:00
      • 09:00 Thermal Conductivity in Real Materials 40'
        Speaker: Lorenzo PAULATTO (CNRS & Sorbonne University, France)
      • 09:40 Second Sound Driven by a Modulated Temperature Field 40'
        Speaker: Claudio MELIS (University of Cagliari, Italy)
      • 10:20 Break 20'
      • 10:40 Lattice Thermal Transport at Ultra-low Temperature: Simulations vs Experiments 40'
        Speaker: Natalio MINGO (CEA, France)
      • 11:20 Non-equilibrium Nanoscale Transport Formalism at High Temperatures 40'
        Speaker: Keivan ESFARJANI (University of Virginia, USA)
      • 12:00 Lunch 2h0'
      • 14:00 The role of anharmonicity in the thermal-radiative response of materials for phononics and thermal management applications 40'
        Speaker: Giorgia FUGALLO (CNRS, France)
      • 14:40 Recent Advances in Thermoreflectance Imaging for Materials and Integrated Circuit Characterization 40'
        Speaker: Ali SHAKOURI (Purdue University, USA)
      • 15:20 Break 20'
      • 15:40 Ultrahigh Evaporative Heat Transfer Measured Locally in Submicron Water Films Interpreted by a Data-driven Analysis 40'
        Speaker: Alan MCGAUGHEY (Carnegie-Mellon University, USA)
      • 16:20 Thermal transport in graphene 40'
        Speaker: Alexander A. BALANDIN (UC Riverside, USA)
  • Friday, 3 June 2022
    • 09:00 - 17:00
      • 09:00 Controlling Thermal Conductance with 3D Sphere and 2D Pillar Phononic Crystals at Low Temperatures 40'
        Speaker: Ilari J. MAASILTA (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
      • 09:40 Heat Transport Through Layered Structures and Interfaces 40'
        Speaker: Seyed Mehdi Vaez ALLAEI (University of Tehran, Iran)
      • 10:20 Break 20'
      • 10:40 Heat Transport in Crystals and Glasses Beyond the Quasi-harmonic Green-Kubo Theory 40'
        Speaker: Alfredo FIORENTINO (SISSA, Italy)
      • 11:20 Second Sound and Biexponential Thermal Decay in Semiconductors 40'
        Speaker: Xavier ALVAREZ (UAB, Spain)
      • 12:00 Lunch 2h0'
      • 14:00 Physics-Informed Deep Learning for Solving Phonon Boltzmann Transport Equation 40'
        Speaker: Tengfei LUO (University of Notre Dame, USA)
      • 14:40 Phoebe: a High-performance Framework for Solving Phonon and Electron Boltzmann Transport Equations 40'
        Speaker: Andrea CEPELOTTI (Harvard University, USA)
      • 15:20 Break 20'
      • 15:40 The NEP Machine-learning Potential in GPUMD and Heat Transport Applications 40'
        Speaker: Zheyong FAN (Varian and Aalto University, Finland)
      • 16:20 Atomic Tunneling and Ultralow Thermal Conductivity of BaTiS3 40'
        Speaker: Austin j. MINICH (CALTECH, USA)