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Symposium PM06—Advances in Intermetallic-Based Alloys for Structural and Functional Applications

This symposium is designed to focus on new understandings and developments concerning the microstructural design, processing, characterization and properties of intermetallic-based alloys and multiphase / high entropy alloys, including intermetallic compounds. Topics of interest broadly include: fundamentals of phase stability and their effects on microstructural design and microstructural degradation in extreme environments/service; developments in innovative processing from the solid, liquid and vapor states including novel additive manufacturing technologies; physical and mechanical response to various loading conditions and the role of defects in influencing them; computer modeling and simulation on novel approaches of alloy design and process optimization; advanced characterization techniques on a nanometer/atomic level (HAADF-STEM, 3DAP, neutron and synchrotron studies, etc.) and technological considerations for successful commercial applications. Intermetallic phases of interest include aluminides, silicides, Laves phases, Heusler phases, and various other geometrically- and topologically- close-packed compounds. Structural and functional applications including high/ultra-high temperature use in the aerospace and automotive industries, fossil fuel and nuclear industries, ferromagnetic, catalysis, medical, and thermoelectric power will also be considered.

Topics will include:

  • Phase equilibria and phase transformations
  • Defect structures and their evolution
  • Mechanical and physical properties
  • Deformation, fracture and underlying mechanisms
  • Advanced processing techniques including additive manufacturing
  • Advanced characterization techniques on an atomic level
  • Environmental effects including oxidation and hot corrosion
  • Intermetallic composites, novel superalloys, high entropy alloys
  • Computation and modeling studies related to intermetallic-based alloys
  • Shape memory, catalysis, magnetic, thermoelectric, energy storage and medical applications
  • Recent applications in the aircraft, automotive and other industries

Invited Speakers:

  • Mark Asta (University of California, Berkeley, USA)
  • Ian Baker (Dartmouth College, USA)
  • Dipankar Banerjee (IISC, India)
  • Anne Denquin (ONERA, France)
  • Mathias Galetz (DECHEMA Forschungsinstitut, Germany)
  • Volker Güther (GfE Metalle und Materialien, Germany)
  • Ryosuke Kainuma (Tohoku University, Japan)
  • Kyosuke Kishida (Kyoto University, Japan)
  • Sharvan Kumar (Brown University, USA)
  • Seiji Miura (Hokkaido University, Japan)
  • Santo Padula (NASA Glenn Research Center, USA)
  • Dierk Raabe (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Eisenforschung, Germany)
  • Silvia Sabbadini (Avio Aero, Italy)
  • Wilfried Smarsly (MTU Aero Engines, Germany)
  • Sesh Tamirisakandala (Arconic, USA)
  • Matt Willard (Case Western Reserve University, USA)
  • Rui Yang (IMR, China)
  • Fan Zhang (CompTherm, USA)

Symposium Organizers

John Lewandowski
Case Western Reserve University
Materials Science and Engineering
USA
216-798-5402, JJL3@case.edu

Svea Mayer
Montanuniversitaet Leoben
Department of Physical Metallurgy and Materials Testing
Austria
43-3842-402-4210, svea.mayer@unileoben.ac.at

Soumya Nag
GE Global Research
Metals
USA
518-387-5408, soumya.Nag@ge.com

Hiroyuki Yasuda
Osaka University
Division of Materials and Manufacturing Science
Japan

Keywords for Abstract Submission

Advanced Processing, Applications, Functional Intermetallics, Modeling and Simulation, Structural Intermetallics, Structure-Property Relations