The hybrid meeting format provides two distinct options for attendees, one in Honolulu, Hawai‛i, May 8-13, 2022, for those comfortable with and able to travel, and one online May 23-25, 2022, for those who prefer a virtual meeting.
The Honolulu experience (May 8-13) will include in-person opportunities to hear leading-edge science, meet with colleagues, and explore a robust exhibit hall. Select content from the in-person meeting will be live streamed to the virtual audience the week of May 8, and in-person meeting attendees will also enjoy access to the full virtual experience the week of May 23.
The virtual experience (May 23-25) will bring exceptional meeting content to attendees worldwide with live online, pre-recorded, and on-demand scientific sessions. Virtual attendees will also be able to view live streams of select featured talks and sessions from the Honolulu experience during the week of May 8.
No matter how you attend, the 2022 MRS Spring Meeting & Exhibit will continue to showcase leading-edge materials research in both fundamental and applied areas, with nine topical clusters:
- materials computation and data
- energy and sustainability
- electronics, optics and photonics
- biomaterials and soft materials
- structural and functional materials
In an effort to share and discuss research across the Pacific Rim, provide networking opportunities across communities, and grow a higher level of support and awareness for materials research and innovation, the Materials Research Society is holding several collaborative events, including joint symposia and other events, with materials societies from Japan, South Korea, and Singapore:
- Japan Society of Applied Physics (JSAP)
- The Korean Institute of Metals and Materials (KIM)
- The Polymer Society of Korea (PSK)