June. 2019

ILAN RIESS

riess@technion.ac.il

 

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT:

Professor Emeritus of Physics, Physics Department, Technion, Haifa 3200003, Israel.

Head of Solid State Ionics Lab, Physics Department, Technion, Haifa, 3200003, Israel.

 

RESEARCH:

 

Present Rresent Research Activity:

 

Experimental and theoretical work on Solid Ionic and Ionic-Electronic Conductors and on Non-Stoichiometric Compounds.

Present emphasis: on electrocatalysis at electrodes in high temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and on electrical properties of solid state devices based on semicondutors which are mixed-ionic-electronic-conductors.

 

 

PUBLICATIONS:

 

Journals (refereed articles):

 

1.      I. Riess, The Creation of a Low Energy Discrete State in the Discrete-State Continuum Interaction, Phys. Lett. 29A, 128-129 (1969).

 

2.      I. Riess and Y. Ben-Aryeh, Application of the Quantum France-Condon Principle to Predissociation in Oxygen, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Transfer, 9, 1463-1468 (1969).

 

3.      I. Riess, Predissociation, J. Chem. Phys., 52, 871-880,(1970).

 

4.      I. Riess and A. Ron, Kondo Resistivity Suppression due to Inelastic Scattering of Conduction Electrons by Magnetic Impurities in Alloys, Phys. Rev. B, 4, 4099-4102 (1971).

 

5.      I. Riess, On the Franck-Condon Factor for Continuous Spectra, J. Chem. Phys., 56, 1613-1618 (1972).

 

6.      I. Riess and A. Ron, The Broadening of the Density of the Magnetic Impurity Spin States, Phys. Rev. B, 8, 3467-3474 (1973).

 

7.      I. Riess, Magnetization and Specific Heat of Amorphous Magnets and High-Temperature Crystalline Magnets, Physica, 74, 496-528 (1974).

 

8.      I. Riess and C. Mavroyannis, Magnetization and Specific Heat of Amorphous Magnets and High Temperature Crystalline Magnets, S >= 1/2, Physica, 75, 483-514 (1974).

 

9.      I. Riess, The Linear T Dependence of the Specific Heat and the Saturation of the Susceptibility for T -> O in Dilute Magnetic Alloys, J. Phys. F, 5, 1957-1965 (1975).

 

10.  M. Pollak and I. Riess, Application of Percolation Theory to Magnetization in 2D-3D Heisenberg Ferromagnets, Phys. Stat. Solidi (b), 69, K15-K18 (1975).

 

11.  M. Pollak and L. Riess, A Percolation Treatment of High Field Hopping Transport, J. Phys. C, 9, 2339-2352 (1976).

 

12.  I. Riess, The Role of Fluctuations in the Evaluation of the Specific Heat in Dilute Magnetic Alloys, Physica, 86-88B, 827-828 (1977).

 

13.  I. Riess and M.W. Klein, Self-Consistent Theory of Cusp in the Susceptibility of Spin Glasses, Phys. Rev. B, 15, 6001-6004, (1977).

 

14.  I. Riess, Magnetic Fields and Fluctuations in Dilute Magnetic Alloys, Comm. Phys., 2, 37-40 (1977).

 

15.  M. Strauss and I. Riess, Consistent Treatment of the Effect of Impurity-Impurity Interaction on the Kondo Resistivity, Phys. Rev. B, 17, 1424-1428 (1978).

 

16.  I. Riess, M. Fibich and A. Ron, Relaxation in Spin Glasses, J. Phys., F, 8, 161-167 (1978).

 

17.  M. Fibich, I. Riess and A. Ron, Thermodynamic Properties of Spin Glasses, J. Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 7, 262-264 (1978).

 

18.  I. Riess, M. Fibich and A. Ron, Relaxation in Spin Glasses, J. Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 7, 265-266 (1978).

 

19.  M. Janai, I. Riess and P. Rudman, Long Range Electric Effects in Amorphous As2S3 Thin Films, Surface Science, 74, 13-17 (1978).

 

20.  I. Riess, H. Dvey-Aharon and S.S. Cohen, Local Properties of a Disordered System, Phys. Rev., B, 18, 3674-3676 (1978).

 

21.  D. Braunshtein, D.S. Tannhauser and I. Riess, Diffusion Limited Charge Transport at Platinum Electrodes on Doped CeO2, J. Electrochem. Soc., 128, 82-89 (1981).

 

22.  I. Riess, D. Braunshtein, D.S. Tannhauser, Density and Ionic Conductivity of Sintered (CeO2)0.82(GdO1.5)0.18, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 64, 479-485 (1981).

 

23.  I. Riess, Theoretical Treatment of the Transport Equations for Electrons and Ions in a Mixed Conductor, J. Electrochem. Soc., 128, 2077-2081 (1981).

 

24.  D. Braunshtein, D.S. Tannhauser and I. Riess, Diffusion-Limited Charge Transport at Platinum Electrodes on Dope CeO2, Solid State Ionics, 3-4, 509-512 (1981).

 

25.  A. Overs and I. Riess, Properties of the Electrolyte Gadolinia Doped Ceria Sintered from Powder Prepared by Decomposition of Mixed Cerium Gadolinium Oxalate, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 65, 606-609 (1982).

 

26.  M. Kertesz, I. Riess, D.S. Tannhauser, R. Langpape and F.J. Rohr, Structure and Electrical Conductivity of La0.84Sr0.16MnO3, J. Solid State Chem., 42, 125-129 (1982).

 

27.  I. Riess, Simple Differential Lock-In Amplifier for Optical Measurements, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 53, 1388-1391 (1982).

 

28.  I. Riess and D.S. Tannhauser, Application of the van-der-Pauw Method to Conductivity Measurements on Mixed Electronic-Ionic Solid Conductors, Solid State Ionics, 7, 307-315 (1982).

 

29.  M. Ricken, J. Noelting and I. Riess, Specific Heat and Phase Diagram of Nonstoichiometric Ceria (CeO2), J. Solid State Chem., 54, 89-99 (1984).

 

30.  K. Funke and I. Riess, Debye-Type Relaxation Processes in Solid Ionic Conductors, Part I: The Model, Z. Phys. Chem. NF, 140, 217-232 (1984).

 

31.  I. Riess, M. Ricken and J. Noelting, On the Specific Heat of Non-Stoichiometric Ceria, J. Solid State Chem., 57, 314-322 (1985).

 

32.  J. Berger, I. Riess and D.S. Tannhauser, Dynamic Measurement of Oxygen Diffusion in Indium Tin Oxide, Solid State Ionic, 15, 225-231 (1985).

 

33.  I. Riess, Current-Voltage Relation and Charge Distribution in Mixed Ionic Electronic Solid Conductors, J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 47, 129-138 (1986).

 

34.  I. Riess, M. Ricken and J. Noelting, Specific Heat of Nonstoichiometric Ceria (CeO2), Solid State Ionics, 18-19, 725-726 (1986).

 

35.  I. Riess, H. Janczicowski and J. Noelting, O2 Chemical Potential of Non-Stoichiometric Ceria, CeO2, Determined by a Solid Electrochemical Method, J. Appl. Phys., 61, 4931-4933 (l987).

 

36.  I. Riess, Electro-Optical Dilatometer, J. Phys. E, 20, 257-259 (1987).

 

37.  I. Riess, Beam Compression and Beam Multiplexing in a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer, Rev. Sci. Instr., 58, 784-787 (1987).

 

38.  I. Riess, Voltage Controlled Structure of Certain p-n and p-i-n Junctions, Phys. Rev. B, 35, 5740-5743 (1987).

 

39.  I. Riess, R. Koerner, M. Ricken and J. Noelting, Nonstoichiometric Phases in Cerium Oxide, Solid State Ionics, 28-30, 539-541 (1988).

 

40.  R. Koerner, M. Ricken, J. Noelting and I. Riess, Phase Transformations in Reduced Ceria - Determination by Thermal Expansion Measurements, J. Solid State. Chem., 78, 136-147 (1989).

 

41.  I. Riess, R. Safadi, E. Zilberstein and H.L. Tuller, Differential Thermal Analysis of Individual Specimen, J. Appl. Phys., 69, 1205-1215 (1991).

 

42.  I. Riess, Measurement of Ionic Conductivity in Semiconductors and Metals, Solid State Ionics, 44, 199-205 (1991).

 

43.  I. Riess, Measurement of Electronic and Ionic Partial Conductivities in Mixed Conductors without the Use of Blocking Electrodes, Solid State Ionics, 44, 207-214 (1991).

 

44.  Y. Jin, P. Dzwonkowski, J.-Y. Emery and I. Riess, Limits of Complex Impedance Spectroscopy Measurements on Ionic Conductors Thin Films, Solid State Ionics, 47, 137-141 (1991).

 

45.  O. Porat, I. Riess and H.L. Tuller, Investigation of Defect Equilibrium in YBa2Cu3O6+x by a Solid State Electrochemical Method, Physica C, 192, 60-74 (1992).

 

46.  I. Riess, Recent Investigation into the Properties of Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, Materials Science and Eng. B, 12, 351-356 (1992).

 

47.  I. Riess, Potential Measurements Using Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors as Probes, J. Electrochem. Soc., 139, 2250-2252 (1992).

 

48.  I. Riess, The Possible Use of Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors Instead of Electrolytes in Fuel Cells, Solid State Ionics, 52, 127-134 (1992).

 

49.  I. Riess, Method for Determining the Electrode Overpotential on Circular Samples, J. Appl. Phys., 71, 4079-4081 (1992).

 

50.  I. Riess, Four Point Hebb-Wagner Polarization Method for Determining the Electronic Conductivity in Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, Solid State Ionics, 51, 219-229 (1992).

 

51.  I. Riess, Potentiometric Sensors Based on Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors Instead of Solid Electrolytes, Solid State Ionics, 51, 109-114 (1992).

 

52.  O. Porat and I. Riess, Partial Pressure Gradients Due to Temperature Gradients in a Mixture of Reactive Gases, Appl. Phys. Lett., 61, 366-368 (1992).

 

53.  R. Safadi, I. Riess and H.L. Tuller, Electrical Measurements on CuBr, Solid State Ionics, 57, 125-131 (1992).

 

54.  R. Safadi and I. Riess, Simultaneous Measurement of the Electronic and Ionic Conductivities of a Solid Electrolyte, Solid State Ionics, 58, 139-154 (1992).

 

55.  Y. Cohen and I. Riess, Nitrides of Intermetallic Compounds Prepared from Mixtures of Oxides Using Sintering and Reactive Gas Treatment in a Single Step, Materials Science and Eng. B, 15, 160-163 (1992).

 

56.  I. Riess and R. Safadi, Failure of Hebb-Wagner Polarization Measurements Due to Decomposition of the Sample, Solid State Ionics, 59, 99-108 (1993).

 

57.  I. Riess, R. Safadi and H.L. Tuller, Electrical Conductivity Measurements on Coprous Bromide, CuBr, in the Presence of Oxygen, Solid State Ionics, 59, 279-286 (1993).

 

58.  I. Riess, O. Porat and H.L. Tuller, Investigation of the Dominant Point Defects in the Tetragonal Phase of YBa2Cu3Ox at Elevated Temperatures, J. Supercond., 6, 313-316 (1993).

 

59.  I. Riess, Analysis of Hebb-Wagner Polarization Measurements Under Relatively High Applied Voltages, Solid State Ionics, 66, 331-336 (1993).

 

60.  I. Riess, Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, Solid State Phenomena, 39-40, 89-97 (1994).

 

61.  Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Electrical Conductivity of Cu2(1-x)WxO1+y, Solid State Phenomena, 39-40, 123-126 (1994).

 

62.  O. Porat and I. Riess, Identification of CuO as a Minority Phase in YBCO: X-ray Diffraction Versus EMF and Coulometric Titration Measurements, Materials Science & Eng. B, 22, 310-312 (1994).

 

63.  I. Riess, Conditions for Neglecting Space Charge Effects on Distributions of Point Defects and I-V Relations, Solid State Ionics, 69, 43-52 (1994).

 

64.  O. Porat and I. Riess, Double Solid Electrochemical Cell for Controlling Oxygen Concentration in Oxides, J. Electrochem. Soc., 141, 1533-1538 (1994).

 

65.  Y. Cohen and I. Riess, Study of the Time Dependence of Differential Sputtering from Multiphase Powder Targets, J. Vac. Sci. & Tech. A, 12, 718-722 (1994).

 

66.  Y. Cohen and I. Riess, Preparation of Oxynitride Thin Films of BaNb(OyN)x and LaNb(OyN2)x Using Reactive Sputtering from Multiphase Powder Targets, Mater. Sci. & Eng. B, 25, 197-202 (1994).

 

67.  I. Riess, R. Safadi and H.L. Tuller, Problems with Hebb-Wagner Polarization Measurements Due to Overpotential and Decomposition of the Sample, Solid State Ionics, 72, 3-6 (1994).

 

68.  O. Porat and I. Riess, Defect Chemistry of Cu2-yO, at Elevated Temperatures, Part I: Non-Stoichiometry, Phase Width and Dominant Point Defect, Solid State Ionics, 74, 229-238 (1994).

 

69.  I. Riess, pn Junctions in Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors Induced by Chemical and Electrical Potential Gradients, Solid State Ionics, 75, 59-66 (1995).

 

70.  Y. Cohen, A. Davidovich and I. Riess, Use of High Direct Current Bias to Separate Electrode from Bulk Impedance, Appl. Phys. Lett., 66, 706-708 (1995).

 

71.  N. Stelzer, J. Noelting and I. Riess, Phase Diagram of Nonstoichiometric 10 mol% Gd2O3 Doped Cerium Dioxide Determined from Specific Heat Measurements, J. Solid State Chem., 117, 392-397 (1995).

 

72.  O. Porat and I. Riess, Defect Chemistry of Cu2-yO at Elevated Temperatures. Part II. Electrical Conductivity, Thermoelectric Power and Charged Point Defects, Solid State Ionics, 81, 29-41 (1995).

 

73.  I. Riess, On the Unique Properties of Heterogeneous Solid Electrochemical Cells, Solid State Ionics, 80, 129-140 (1995).

 

74.  J.F. Guillemoles, I. Lubomirsky, D. Cahen and I. Riess, What Can Thermodynamics Tell Us About p/n Junctions and Other Systems with Mobile Defects and Built-In Electric Fields, J. Phys. Chem., 99, 14486-14493 (1995).

 

75.  I. Riess, P.J. van der Put and J. Schoonman, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Operating on Uniform Mixtures of Fuel with Air, Solid State Ionics, 82, 1-4 (1995).

 

76.  I. Riess, M. Gödickemeier and L.J. Gauckler, Characterization of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Based on Solid Electrolytes or Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, Solid State Ionics, 90, 91-104 (1996).

 

77.  I. Lyubomirsky, V. Lyakhovitskaya, J.F. Guillemoles, I. Riess, R. Triboulet and D. Cahen, Evidence for Thermodynamically Stable p/n Junctions, Formed by Ag Doping of (Hg,Cd)Te, J. Crystal Growth, 161, 90-93 (1996).

 

78.  M.J.G. Jak, I. Riess and J. Schoonman, Combination of ac Impedance Spectroscopy, and Short Circuiting Measurements Applied on Yba2Cu3O7-d, Solid State Ionics, 86-88, 1409-1413 (1996).

 

79.  I. Riess, Review of the Limitation of the Hebb-Wagner Polairzation Method for Measuring Partial Conductivities in Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, Solid State Ionics, 91, 221-232 (1996).

 

80.  I. Riess and O. Porat, Oxygen Partial-Pressure Measurements Under More Demanding Conditions, Solid State Ionics, 86-88, 1075-1078 (1996).

 

81.  O. Porat, Z. Rosenstock, I. Shtreichman and I. Riess, Determination of Oxygen Diffusion in Tetragonal YBa2Cu3Ox Using a Solid State Electrochemical Cell, Solid State Ionics, 86-88, 1385-1389 (1996).

 

82.  M. Goedickemeier, K. Sasaki, L.J. Gauckler and I. Riess, Perovskite Cathodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Based on Ceria Electrolytes, Solid State Ionics, 86-88, 691-701 (1996).

 

83.  I. Riess, What Does a Voltmeter Measure?, Solid State Ionics, 95, 327-328 (1997).

 

84.  M. Goedickemeier, K. Sasaki,  L.J. Gauckler and I. Riess, Electrochemical Characteristics of Cathodes in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells Based on Ceria Electrolytes, J. Electrochem. Soc., 144, 1635-1646 (1997).

 

85.  I. Riess and D. Cahen, Analysis of Light Emitting Polymer Electrochemical Cells, J. Appl. Phys., 82, 3147-3151 (1997).

 

86.  Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Solubility Limits in Ionic Crystals with Application to Cu2O, Z. Phys. Chem., 207, 181-213 (1998).

 

87.  Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Self Compensation in Semiconductors, Phys. Rev. B, 60, 8138-8146 (1999).

 

88.  Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Doping of Ionic Compounds, Solubility Limit and Self Compensation, Solid State Ionics, 119, 37 (1999).

 

89.  I. Riess, Polymeric Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, Solid State Ionics, 136-137, 1119-1130 (2000).

 

90.  Z. Rosenstock and I. Riess, Preparation of Oxide Thin Films by Controlled Diffusion of Oxygen, Solid State Ionics, 136-137, 921-926 (2000).

 

91.  D. Cahen, G. Hodes, M. Graetzel and I. Riess, Nature of Photovoltaic Action in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells, J. Phys. Chem. B, 104, 2053-2059 (2000).

 

92.  M.J.G. Jak, S. Raz, L.N. van Rij, J. Schoonman and I. Riess, Voltage vs. Concentration Relations with Enhanced Slopes in Electrochemical Cells Based on Nafionâ, Solid State Ionics, 143, 205-217 (2001).

 

93.  S. Raz, K. Sasaki, J. Maier and I. Riess, Characterization of Adsorbed Water Layers on Y2O3 - doped ZrO2, Solid State Ionics, 143, 181-204 (2001).

 

94.  I. Riess, J. Rutman and Z. Rosenstock, Conductivity Measurements Using Four Line Electrodes Embedded inside a Rectangular Sample, J. Am. Ceram. Soc., 84, 2895-2899 (2001).

 

95.  Z. Rosenstock and I. Riess, Voids in the Coverage of Surfaces by Adsorbed Molecules, J. Catal., 201, 286-289 (2001).

 

96.  A. Hashibon, S. Raz and I. Riess, Preferred Position of the Reference Electrode in Solid State Electrochemistry, Solid State Ionics, 149, 167-176 (2002).

 

97.  S. Raz, M.J.G. Jak, L.N. van Rij, J. Schoonman and I. Riess, Supported Mixed Gas Fuel Cells, Solid State Ionics, 149, 335-341 (2002).

 

98.  I. Riess and C. Vayenas, Potential Distribution in Solid Electrolyte Cells with and Without Ion Spillover, Solid State Ionics, 159, 313-329 (2003).

 

99.  I. Riess, Mixed ionic electronic conductors, material properties and applications, Solid State Ionics, 157, 1-17 (2003).

 

100.     Z. Rosenstock, I. Feldman and I. Riess, Solid State Devices Based on Thin Films of Cu2O Show a New Type of I-V Relations, Solid State Ionics, 175, 375-378 (2004).

 

101.     S. Raz, N. Stelzer, J. Maier, R. Kalish and I. Riess, Significant hopping conduction and oxygen diffusion in implanted YSZ, at low temperatures 100-250oC, Solid State Ionics, 175, 323-327 (2004).

 

102.     I. Riess, I-V Relations in a p-Type Semiconductor Having Mobile Acceptors, Z. Phys. Chem., 219, 1-22 (2005).

 

103.     Z. Rosenstock, I. Feldman, Y. Gil and I. Riess, Semi-Conductors with Mobile Ions Show a New Type of I-V Relations, J. Electroceram., 14, 205-212 (2005).

 

104.     I. Riess, The Significance of Impeded Reactions in Solid State Electrochemistry, Solid State Ionics, 176, 1667-1674 (2005).

 

105.     I. Riess, I-V relations in Semiconductors with Ionic Motion, J. Electroceram., 17, 247-253 (2006).

 

106.     I. Riess, The Significance of Impeded Reactions in Solid State Electrochemistry- conspicuous examples, Solid State Ionics, 177, 1591-1596 (2006).

 

107.     Jeremy Rutman, Shaul Raz, and Ilan Riess, Reducing Overpotential by Surface Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conduction,Solid State Ionics, 177, 1771-1777 (2006).

 

108.     Y. Gil, O. Umurhan and I. Riess, Properties of Solid State Devices with Mobile Ionic Defects, Part I: The effect of motion, space charge and contact potential in Metal|Semicconducotor|Metal devices, Solid State Ionics, 178, 1-12 (2007).

 

109.     J. Rutman and I. Riess, Placement of Reference Elelctrode in Solid Electrolyte Cells, Electrochimica Acta, 52, 6073-6083 (2007).

 

110.     S, Swaroop, M. Kilo and I. Riess, Determination of Transport Properties of Gadolinia Doped Ceria Powders from SIMS Profiles, Diff. Fundament., 7, 15.1-15.2 (2007).

 

111.     I. Riess, On the Single Chamber Solid Oxide Fuel Cells, J. Power Sources, 175, 325-337 (2008).

 

112.     Y. Gil, O.M. Umurhan and Y. Tsur, and I. Riess, I-V Relations in Nano Thin Semi-conductors with Mobile Acceptors or Donors, Solid State Ionics, 179, 24-32 (2008).

 

113.     Jeremy Rutman and Ilan Riess, Refernce Electrodes for Thin-film Solid State Ionic Devices, Solid State Ionics, 179, 108-112 (2008).

 

114.     Sathya Swaroop, Martin Kilo, Anna Eden Kossoy, Igor Lubomirsky and Ilan Riess, Fast Ion Transport in Nanoscaled Thin Film Cerium Oxide, Solid State Ionics, 179, 1205-1208 (2008).

 

115.     Y. Gil, O.M. Umurhan, Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Recent Calculations and Measurements of I-V Relations in Simple Devices Based on Thin Nano Versus Thick Layers of SCs with Mobile Acceptors or Donors, Solid State Ionics, 179, 1187-1193 (2008),

 

116.     J. Rutman and I. Riess, Placement of Reference Electrode in Solid State Electrolyte Cells, Solid State Ionics, 179, 913-918 (2008).

 

117.     I. Riess and J. Maier, Symmetrized General Hopping Current Equation, Phys. Rev. Lett., 100, 205901(4pp) (2008).

 

118.     Y. Gil, Y. Tsur, O.M. Umurhan and I. Riess, Properties of Solid State Devices with Significant Impurity Hopping Conduction, J. Phys. D. Appl. Phys., 41, 135106 (11pp) (2008).

 

119.     I. Riess, Catalytic Requirements for Mixed Reactant Fuel Cells, Functional Mater. Lett., 1, 105-113 (2008).

 

120.     Y. Gil, O.M. Umurhan and I. Riess, Properties of a solid state device with mobile dopants; Analytic analysis for the thin film, J. Appl. Phys., 104, 84504 (11pp) (2008).

 

121.     I. Riess, Solid State Electrochemistry, Israel J. Chem., 48, 143-158 (2008).

 

122.     I. Riess and J. Maier, Current equation for hopping ions confined to lattice sites under a high driving force and non dilute ion concentration, J. Electrochem. Soc., 156, P7-P20 (2009).

 

123.     E. Shaffir, I. Riess, and W. D. Kaplan, The Mechanism of Initial Dewetting and Detachmentof of Thin Au Films on YSZ, Acta Materialia, 57, 248-256 (2009).

 

124.     I. Riess, Oxygen Generator, Journal of Israeli Military Medicine, 6, 76-79 (2009) (In Hebrew).

 

125.     Y. Gil and I. Riess, Determination of the parameters that control oxidation using optical interference, applied to the two phase oxide scale on copper, Z. Phys. Chem., 223 1285-1309 (2009).

 

126.     I. Riess, Catalysis of electrochemical processes and the suppression of chemical ones are needed in mixed reactant fuel cells. Can this be achieved?, Sold State Ionics, 181, 790-795 (2010).

 

127.     J. Rutman and I. Riess, Determination of surface exchange and diffusion coefficient in mixed conductors using EMF measurements, Solid State Ionics, 199-200, 25-31 (2011).

 

128.     A. Leshem, E. Gonen and I.Riess, Non linear I-V relations and hysteresis in solid state devices based on oxide mixed-ionic-electronic-conductors, Nanotechnology, 22, 254024 (2011) (Invited).

 

129.     D. Kalaev and I. Riess, Rectification in solid state devices under odd conditions due to motion of ionic defects, Solid State Ionics, 212, 26-42 (2012).

130.     I. Riess and A. Leshem, Odd rectification, hysteresis and quasi swtching in solid state devices based on mixed ionic electrnic conductors, Solid State Ionics, 225, 161-165 (2012).

131.     I. Riess, D. Kalaev and J. Maier, Currents under high driving forces, Solid State Ionics, 251, 2-8 (2013) .

132.     D. Kalaev and I. Riess, On conditions leading to crossing of I-V curve in metal1|mixed-ionic-electronicconductor|metal2 devices, Solid State Ionics, 241, 17-24 (2013).

133.     D. Kalaev and I. Riess, Solid State Ionics, Examining the crossing of I-V curve in devices based on mixed-ionic-electronic-conductors., Solid State Ionics, 262, 883-888 (2014).

134.     E. Yalon, I. Riess and D. Ritter, Heat dissipation in resistive switching devices: comparison of thermal simulations and experimental resutls, IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices, 61, 1137-1144 (2014).

135.     J. Rutman, M. Kilo, S. Weber and I. Riess, Tracer surface exchange and diffusion of oxygen in nano crystals of Gd doped CeO2. Solid State Ionics, 265, 29-37 (2014).

 

 

136.     E. Shaffir, Y. Kauffmann, and I. Riess, Void formation in gold films on yttrium doped zirconia in the initial stage of de-wetting, Acta Materialia, 79, 59-65 (2014).

 

137.     I. Riess, How to interpret Onsager cross terms in mixed ionic electronic conductors, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 16, 22513-22516 (2014).

 

138.     I. Riess, Selectivity and mixed reactant fuel cells, Funct. Mater. Lett., 8, 1540010 (8 pp.) 2015.

 

139.     I. Riess, Reply to the Comment on ‘How to interpret Onsager cross terms in mixed ionic electronic conductors’ by H.-I. Yoo, M. Martin, and J. Janek, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015, 7, DOI: 10.1039/C4CP05737F, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 17, 11107-11108 (2015).

 

140.     D. Kalaev, E Yalon and I Riess, On the direction of the conductive filament growth in valence change memory devices during electroforming, Solid State Ionics, 276, 9-17 (2015).

 

141.     S. Recher, E. Yalon, D. Ritter, I. Riess and J. Salzman, Dual bipolar resistive switching in the sub-forming regime of HfO2 resistive switching devices, Solid State Electronics, 111, 238-242 (2015).

 

142.     J. Berry, T. Buonassisi, D.A. Egger,1 G. Hodes, L. Kronik, Y.-L. Loo, I. Lubomirsky, S.R. Marder, Y. Mastai, J.S. Miller, D.B. Mitzi, Y. Paz, A. Rappe,0 I. Riess, B. Rybtchinski, O. Stafsudd, V. Stevanovic, M. Toney, D. Zitoun, A. Kahn, D. Ginley and D. Cahen, Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Perovskites (HOIPs): Opportunities and Challenges, Adv. Mater., 27, 5102-5112 (2015).

 

143.     E. Yalon, I. Karpov, V. Karpov, I. Riess, D. Kalaev, D. Ritter, Detection of the insulating gap and conductivve filament growth direction in resistive memories, Nanoscale, 7, 15434-15441 (2015).

 

144.     I. Riess, Determining the elementary steps of surface reactions by isotope exchange Solid State Ionics, 280, 51-65 (2015).

 

145.     T. Radlauer, S. Baltianski, I. Riess, Y. Tsur, A novel method for determining the triple phase boundary width, Solid State Ionics, 288, 322-324 (2016).

 

146.     S. Saraf, I. Riess and A. Rothschild, Parallel band and hopping electron transport in SrTiO3". Adv. Electron. Mater., 1500368 (9pp) (2016).

 

147.     I. Riess, Use of isotope exchange for determining series of elementary steps in electrocatalysis and heterogeneous catalysis, Solid State Ionics, 302, 7-11 (2017).

 

148.     T. Beitner, S. Baltianski, R. Merkle, Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Novel method for determining the width of the electrochemically active electrode area along the triple phase boundary, Solid State Ionics, 303, 70-77 (2017).

 

149.     I. Riess, Review of mechanisms proposed for redox based resistive switching structures, J. Electroceram., 39, 61-72 (2017) (Invited).

 

150.     D. Kalaev, A. Rothschild and I. Riess, Negative Differential Resistance and Hysteresis in Au/MoO3-δ/Au Devices, RCS Adv., 7, 38059-38068 (2017).

 

151.     D. Kalaev, H.L. Tuller and I. Riess, Measuring ionic mobility in mixed-ionic-electronic-conducting nanodimensioned thin films at near ambient temperatures, Solid State Ionics, 319, 291-295 (2018).

 

152.     Youquan Mi, Chen Xia, Bin Zhu, Rizwan Raza, Muhammad Afzal and Ilan Riess, Experimental and physical approaches on a novel semiconducting-ionic membrane fuel cell, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 43, 12756-12764 (2018).

 

153.     R.L. Liraz, D. Kalaev, D. Ritter and I. Riess, Role of temperature in valence change memory devices, Solid State Ionics, 326, 159-165 (2018).

 

154.     I. Riess, Point Defect Concentrations in the Surface Layers of Binary Oxides, Solid State Ionics, 329, 95-109 (2019).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coneference Proceedings (not in porfessional refereed journals):

 

155.     M. Janai, A. Afif, I. Riess and P.S. Rudman, Photo-Oxidation and Photo-Conductivity of Amorphous As2S3 Thin Films, in Amorphous and Liquid Semiconductors, W.E. Spear ed. Edinburgh Univ. 1977, p. 575.

 

156.     I. Riess, M. Kertesz, D.S. Tannhauser, R. Langpape and F.J. Rohr, Semiconducting Ceramics as High Temperature Electrodes: La0.84Sr0.16MnO3, Proceedings, Materials Eng. Conf. 1981, Freund Pub. House, 1981, pp. 245-246.

 

157.     I. Riess, Mixed Ionic Electronic Conduction in Solids, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 210 529-540 (1991).

 

158.     I. Riess and R. Safadi, Simultaneous Measurement of the Electronic and Ionic Conductivity of a Solid Electrolyte, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc., 210, 651-655 (1991).

 

159.     C. Julien, L. El-Farh, I. Samaras, I. Riess, M. Balkanski, S. Ziolkiewicz and A. Chevy, Transport Properties and Lithium Insertion of Compounds Metal-Halogen-Chalcogenides. Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 210, 461-465 (1991).

 

160.     I. Riess, Recent Investigation into the Properties of Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors in: Proc. Symp. A2 ICAM-91, M. Balkanski, T. Takahashi and H.L. Tuller, eds. North-Holland, 1992, p.475-485.

 

161.     I. Riess, S. Kramer and H.L. Tuller, Measurement of Ionic Conductivity in Mixed Conducting Pyrochlores, by the Short Circuit Method, in: Proc. Symp. A2, ICAM-91, M. Balkanski, T. Takahashi and H.L. Tuller eds., North Holland, 1992, p.499-505.

 

162.     I. Riess, O. Porat and H.L. Tuller, Investigation of the Dominant Point Defects in the Tetragonal Phase of YBa2Cu3Ox at Elevated Temperatures, Proc. of the XII International Conference on Defects in Insulating Materials, ICDIM 92, Nordkirchen, Germany, Aug. 16-22, 92, Vol. II, O. Kanert and J.-M. Spaeth eds., World Scientific, 1993, pp. 1014 - 1016.

 

163.     I. Riess, Critical Review of Methods for Measuring Partial Conductivities in Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, in: Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics, 2nd Int. Symp.,T.A. Ramanarayanan, W.L. Worrell and H.L. Tuller, eds., The Electrochemical Society Inc., 1994, pp. 286-306.

 

164.     Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Electrical Conductivity of Co Doped Cuprous Oxide, Proc. 2nd Euroconf. Solid State Ionics, Madeira, Portugal, 1995.

 

165.     S. Raz, I. Riess, M.J.G. JaK, R.C. van Landschoot, P.J.J.M. van der Put and J. Schoonman, Mixed Gas Fuel Cells, Proc. 3rd Euroconf. on Solid State Ionics, Sardinia, Sept. 15-22, 1996; Ionics, 2, 217-221 (1996).

 

166.     I. Riess, Comparison of Electrochemical Cells Based on Solid Electrolytes and on Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, in: Ceramic Membranes I, H.U. Anderson, A.C. Khandkar and M. Liu, eds., The Electrochemical Society Inc., 1997, vol. 95-24, pp 1-9.

 

167.     M. Gödickemeier, L.J. Gauckler and I. Riess, Electrode Impedance and Electrochemical Properties of Fuel Cells with Mixed Ionic/Electronic Conducting Electrolytes, in: Ceramic Membranes I, H.U. Anderson, A.C. Khandkar and M. Liu, eds., The Electrochemical Society Inc., 1997, vol. 95-24.

 

168.     I. Riess, M. Gödickemeier, L.J. Gauckler, Distribution of the Chemical and Electrochemical Potentials in SOFCs Based on Mixed Conductors, in a Four Probe Configuration, in: Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics, W.L. Worrell, H.L. Tuller, A.C. Khandkar, M. Mogensen and W. Gopel, eds. The Electrochemical Society, 1997, vol. 79-24, pp. 137-144.

 

169.     I. Riess and D. Cahen, Light Emitting Polymer Electrochemical Cells as Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, MRS Fall Meeting, Symp. EE, , Boston, U.S.A., Nov. 30 - Dec. 4, 1998.

 

170.     Y. Tsur and I. Riess, Doping of Ionic Compounds: Solubility Limit and Charge Compensation, MRS Fall Meeting, Symp. EE, , Boston, U.S.A., Nov. 30 - Dec. 4, 1998.

 

171.     J. Rutman and I. Riess, A Study of the Impact of Calcination Temperature on Grain Size of Co-Precipitated Nano-YSZ Powder, Rev. Anal. Chem., Special Issue: Proc. Israel Electrochem. Symp. 18, 275-277 (1999).

 

172.     D. Cahen, G. Hodes, M. Graetzel, J.-F. Guillemoles and I. Riess, Nature of Photovoltaic Action in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells, Ann. Sci. Meeting ESF-NANO 1999, Book of (Extended) Abstracts, p. P1-1.

 

173.     J. Rutman and I. Riess, A Study of the Impact of Calcination Temperature on Grain Size of Co-Precipitated Nano-YSZ Powder, Ann. Sci. Meeting, ESF-NANO 1999, Book of (Extended) Abstracts, p. P23-1.

 

174.     Z. Rosenstock and I. Riess, Do the Adsorbed Molecules on a Surface Really Cover It?, Proc. 7th Euroconference on Ionics, Calcatoggio, Corsica, France, October 1-7, 2000, Ionics, 7 (2001) 430.

 

175.     I. Riess, S. Raz, K. Sasaki and J. Maier, Ionic Conductivity in Water Adsorbed onto YSZ, Proc. 2001 Joint ECS/ISE International Meeting, San Francisco, USA, Sept. 2-7, 2001.

 

176.     I. Riess, M.J.G. Jak, S. Raz, L.N. van Rij, and J. Schoonman, Voltage-Concentration Relations with Enhanced Slopes in Electrochemical Cells Based on Nafionâ, Proc. 2001 Joint ECS/ISE International Meeting, San Francisco, USA, Sept. 2-7, 2001.

 

177.     I. Riess, Mixed-Ionic-Electronic-Conducting Oxides for Electrocatalysis, in: Ceramic Materials in Energy Systems for Sustainable Development, L.J. Gauckler Ed., Techna Group, Faenza, 2009.

 

178.     E. Yalon, D. Kalaev, A. Gavrilov, S. Cohen, I. Riess and D. Ritter, Detection of the conductive filament growth direction in resistive memories, 72nd annual Device Research Conference, UC Santa Barbara, USA, June 22-25, 2014. (Extended abstract)

 

 

 

Reviews and Chapter in Books

 

179.     D. Cabib, C.G. Kuper and I. Riess, eds., Annals of the Israel Physical Society, Vol. 2, Statistical Physics, Statphys. 13, Adam Hilger Ltd., 1978.

 

180.     I. Riess and D.S. Tannhauser, Control and Measurement of Stoichiometry in Oxides, in: Transport in Non-Stoichiometric Compounds, J. Nowotny (ed.), Material Science Monographs 15, Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co., 1982, pp. 503-517.

 

 

181.     I. Riess, Crystalline Anionic Fast Ion Conduction, in: Science and Technology of Fast Ion Conductors, H.L. Tuller and M. Balkanski eds., Plenum Press, 1989, pp. 23-50.

 

182.     I. Riess, Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conduction in Fast Ion Conductors, in: Science and Technology of Fast Ion Conductors, H.L. Tuller and M. Balkanski eds., Plenum Press, 1989, pp. 271-292.

 

183.     I. Riess and D.S. Tannhauser, Mixed Ionic Electronic Conductors, in: High Conductivity Solid Ionic Conductors, Recent Trends and Applications, T. Takahashi ed. World Scientific 1989, pp. 478-512.

 

184.     I. Riess, Electrochemistry of Mixed Ionic-Electronic Conductors, in: CRC Handbook of Solid State Electrochemistry, P.J. Gellings and H.J.M. Bouwmeester, eds. CRC Press, Inc. 1997, pp. 223-268.

 

185.     I. Riess and J. Schoonman, Electrodics, in: CRC Handbook of Solid State Electrochemistry, P.J. Gellings and H.J.M. Bouwmeester, eds. CRC Press, Inc. 1997, pp. 269-294.

 

186.     H.L. Tuller, J. Schoonman and I. Riess (Eds.), Oxygen Ion and Mixed Conductors and their Technological Applications, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, 33rd School on Materials Science, Erice, Italy, July 13-26, 1997, Kluwer Academic Publ., 2000.

 

187.     I. Riess, Solid State Electrochemical Cells, in: Oxygen Ion and Mixed Conductors and their Technological Applications, H.L. Tuller, J. Schoonman and I. Riess (Eds.), NATO ASI Series E-368, Kluwer Academic Publ., 2000, pp. 1-20.

 

188.     I. Riess, Electrode processes in Solid State Oxide Fuel Cells, in: Oxygen Ion and Mixed Conductors and their Technological Applications, H.L. Tuller, J. Schoonman and I. Riess (Eds.), NATO ASI Series E-368, Kluwer Academic Publ., 2000, pp. 21-56.

 

189.     I. Riess, Comparison between Liquid and Solid State Electrochemistry, in: Encyclopedia of Electrochemistry, A.J. Bard and M. Stratmann (eds.), Vol 1, E. Gileadi and M. Urbakh (eds.), Wiley, VCH, 2002, pp.253-281.

 

190.     I. Riess. From Chemical Energy to Electrical Energy, Chemistry, 70, 17-22 (2004). (In Hebrew).