Oct 13 – 14, 2019
Chattanooga Marriott Downtown
US/Eastern timezone

Invited Speakers

  • Larry Anovitz (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
    • The Effects of Ultraconfined Environments on the Properties of Water
  • Niall English (University College Dublin)
    • Under the Influence: Exotic Ices in Electric Fields
  • John Finney (University College London, UK)
    • Crocheting, Packing and Beating the Bounds: Unfinished Business in Amorphous Ice and the Ice V Lake?
  • Dominic Fortes (STFC, ISIS)
  • Murthy Gudipati (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
    • Amorphous and Crystalline Ice: From Interstellar Medium to an Evolved Solar System
  • Malcolm Guthrie (European Spallation Source)
    • The 'Ultimate' Phase of Ice: Insights and Mysteries After 30 Years of Neutron Diffraction
  • Dennis Klug (National Research Council Canada)
    • ​​​​​​​Low and High Density Amorphous Ices: Their Connection to Liquid Water and Crystalline Forms of Ice
  • Carolyn Koh (Colorado School of Mines)
    • Investigating Gas Hydrate Formation & Metastability
  • Marius Millot (Lawrence Livermore National Lab)
    • Making superionic Ice with Shockwaves
  • Tianshu Li (George Washington University)
    • Anomalous Stability of Interfacial Ice Unveiled by Water Freezing in Confinement
  • Thomas Loerting (University of Innsbruck)
    • Hydrogen order and disorder in amorphous and crystalline ices
  • John Loveday (University of Edinburgh)
    • Neutron Diffraction Studies of Ices and Ice Mixtures at High Pressure
  • Ivan Popov (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
    • Dielectric Properties of Crystalline and Amorphous Ice in Wide Temperature and Frequency Ranges
  • Christoph Salzmann (University College London, UK)
    • ​​​​​​​A Stroll through the Phase Diagram of Ice: Hydrogen Ordering, Hydrogen Disordering and Pressure-Induced Amorphization
  • John Tse (University of Saskatchewan)
    • ​​​​​​​Ice from the Bottom up: Structures and Structural Transformations into the No Man's Land
  • Chris Tulk (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
    • ​​​​​​​Recent Experiments in Amorphous Ice Research
  • Hsiu-Wen Wang (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
    • Structure and Dynamics of the Surface Water on SnO2 Nanocrystals