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Solid-Solid Phase Transformations in Inorganic Materials 2005

May 29-June 3, 2005 • Pointe Hilton Resort at Squaw Peak • Phoenix, Arizona

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IMPORTANT INFO

CALENDAR OF EVENTS (PDF)

ADVANCED MAILER (PDF)

  • Electronic Manuscripts Due - Contributed Papers
    June 24, 2005 (6 pg limit)
  • Electronic Manuscripts Due - Invited Papers
    July 15, 2005 (18 pg limit)

AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS

Revised deadlines are firm and papers will not be accepted after the dates.

Invited Speakers & Topics

The following is a tentative list of invited speakers and the proposed titles that will be covered at the conference.

FUNDAMENTAL THEORY OF PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS
  • John Cahn (NIST) "If motion of most solid-solid interfaces results in shear, what are the conquences?"
  • Mats Hillert ( Sweden) "Treatments of deviation from local equilibrium",
  • Gary Purdy (McMaster) "The role of interfacial diffusion in solid-solid phase transformations"
  • John Morrall ( Ohio State) "Phase changes in multiphase diffusion couples: a comparison of DICTRA and phase field predictions"
  • Brent Fultz (CalTech) "Entropy of solid-solid phase transformations: contributions from internal dynamics"
  • Armen Khachaturyan ( Rutgers) "Self-assembling of structure in phase transformations: theory and modeling"
  • Georges Martin (Saclay) "Reconciling the classical theory of nucleation and atomic-scale observations and modeling"
  • SanBoh Lee (NTHU) "Effect of chemical stress on diffusion"
  • Roger Doherty (Drexel) "Nucleation processes in recrystallization: their history and current status"
  • David Seidman (Northwestern) "Temporal evolution of microstructures on a nanoscale: experiments and simulation"
DIFFUSIONAL TRANSFORMATIONS

Nucleation

  • David Wu (Yale) "Nucleation rate, kinetic potential, and the interfacial free energy"
  • Alfred Cerezo ( Oxford) "Atomic-scale experimental and modeling studies of the early stages of precipitation"
  • Tadashi Furahara ( Kyoto) "Nucleation on irrational interphase boundaries in diffusional phase transformations of steels"
  • Barry Muddle (Monash) - "Heterogeneous nucleation and precipitation in aluminium alloys"
  • Toru Miyazaki ( Nagoya) "Precipitate nucleation near the edge of the miscibility gap"

Growth and Interphase Boundary Structure

  • Masato Enomoto ( Ibaraki) "Calculation of interfacial energy between alpha and gamma iron with near rational orientation relationship"
  • Wenzheng Zhang (Tsinghua) "The role of interphase boundary structure in phase transformations"
  • John Agren ( Sweden) "Phase-field modelling of phase transformations and surface-energy driven processes"

Order-Disorder

  • W. Pfeiler ( Vienna) "Atom jumps in intermetallics: from bulk to thin films."
  • David Morris ( Madrid) "Thermal and mechanical disordering of ordered alloys"

Spinodal and Ordering

  • Bill Soffa (UVA) "Diffusional pathways in the decomposition of alloys"
  • Harald Reichert (MPI Stuttgart) "X-ray diffraction studies of alloy decomposition"
  • Valentin Vaks (Kurchatov Institute) "Studies of phase separation in alloys using the stochastic statistical approach''
  • Gernot Kostorz (ETH Zurich) "Phase separation in alloys - experimental studies"

Precipitation

  • Bob Hackenburg (LANL) "Influence of crystallography and solute partitioning on ferrite growth in steels"
  • Srikumar Banerjee (BARC) "Phase transformations in Zr and Ti alloys"
  • Alexis Deschamps ( Grenoble) "Characterization and modeling of non-isothermal precipitation in aluminum and steel"
  • Erik Lauridsen (Risoe) "3D/4D investigations of sigma phase precipitation in superaustenitic stainless steel"
  • J.-F. Nie (Monash) "Crystallography of precipitates in Mg-Al-Zn alloys"
  • Helio Goldstein ( Sao Paulo) "Non classic eutectoid decomposition products morphologies in Fe-Cr-C and Fe-Cr-Mo-C steels"
  • Guillermo Solorzano (PUC-Rio) "On the structural stability of grain boundary diffusion-controlled precipitation products"

Diffusional-Displacive Transformations

  • Sridhar Seetharaman (CMU) "Confocal scanning laser microscopy studies of austenite formation and decomposition in steels"
  • Hub Aaronson (CMU) "Diffusional-displacive transformations: the anatomy of a confusing idea"
  • T. Y. Hsu ( Shanghai) "Bainite formation under stress"
  • Harry Bhadeshia ( Cambridge) "Low-temperature bainite"

Massive Transformation

  • Eric Mittemeijer (MPI Stuttgart) "Kinetics of the massive transformation"
  • Guenter Gottstein (Achen) "Transformation and recrystallization textures"
  • Vijay Vasudevan (Cincinatti) "Overview of the massive transformation"

Recrystallization and Grain Boundaries

  • Mikhail Mendelev (Ames Lab) "Computer simulation of grain boundary migration in impure systems"
  • Doh-Yeon Kim ( Seoul) "Alternative mechanism of secondary recrystallization: solid-state wetting along grain boundaries or triple junctions"
  • Soren Schmidt (Risoe) "Bulk investigations of grain boundary migration during recrystallization utilizing the 3DXRD microscope"
  • Alex King (Purdue) "Roles of interfacial junctions in nucleation and growth processes"

Discontinuous (or Cellular) Reaction

  • Pawel Zieba ( Krakow) "Fundamentals of interface migration during solid-state discontinuous reactions"

Pearlite Formation

  • Gray Shiflet (UVA) "The role of crystallography in pearlite formation"

Coarsening

  • Peter Voorhees (Northwestern) "Coarsening in topologically complex systems"

Driven Systems

  • Pascal Bellon (UIUC) "Nanoscale self-organization of chemical order and composition in driven alloy systems"
  • Frederic Soissen (CEA Saclay) "Kinetic Monte Carlo simulations of radiation induced segregation and precipitation phenomena"
DISPLACIVE TRANSFORMATIONS

Thermodynamics, Mechanism and Kinetics of Martensite Formation

  • Alec Roytburd ( Maryland) "Modern state of our understanding of displacive phase transformations"
  • Trevor Finlayson (Monash) "Martensite transformation at surfaces and interfaces"
  • Tadashi Maki ( Kyoto) "Morphology and crystallography of martensite in ferrous alloys"
  • Bob Pond ( Liverpool) "Comparison of the phenomenological and dislocation models of martensitic transformation"
  • Julia Slutsker (NIST) "Diffusionless transformations in constrained films: theory, modeling, experiment"
  • Nick Schryvers ( Antwerp) "TEM of martensitic transformations"
  • Manfred Ahlers ( Argentina) "The martensitic transformation: mechanisms and stabilities"

Shape Memory Materials

  • Manfred Wuttig (UMD) "Overview of shape memory alloys"
  • Graeme Ackland ( Edinburgh) "Atomistic modelling of the shape memory effect",
  • Qing-Ping Sun ( Hong Kong)) "Instabilities and pattern formation in NiTi shape memory alloy under mechanical loading"
  • Peter Mullner ( Boise State) "Micromechanics of magnetic-field-induced twin boundary motion in Ni-Mn-Ga magnetic shape-memory alloys"
  • R. Portier (ENSCP Paris) "Characterization and properties of shape memory alloys elaborated by non-conventional techniques"
  • Tomoyuki Kakeshita ( Osaka) "Effect of magnetic field on conversion of martensite variants in ferromagnetic shape memory alloys"

Tempering, Aging and Stabilization

  • Sung-Joon Kim (KIMM) "Precipitation behavior in high nitrogen austenitic stainless steels"
  • Setsuo Takaki ( Kyushu) "Phase stabilization by ultra grain refinement in metastable austenite"
  • Kaneaki Tsuzaki (NIMS) "Crystallography and hydrogen trapping of alloy carbides in steel"
EXPERIMENTAL APPROACHES TO THE STUDY OF PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS
  • David Williams (Lehigh) "Nanometer-scale microanalysis in the electron microscope and its role in phase transformations"
  • Suresh Babu (ORNL) "Application of in-situ diffraction experiments to understand nonequilibrium phase transformations in structural alloys"
  • Kevin Moore (LLNL) "The actinides"
  • Masatomo Yashima (Tokyo IT) "Precise structural analysis and phase transformation of inorganic materials through high-temperature neutron and synchrotron powder diffractometry"
  • David Prior ( Liverpool) "In-situ SEM of bcc-hcp transformations in Ti"
  • George Spanos (NRL) "Three dimensional analysis of phase transformations in ferrous alloys"
  • Vaclav Paidar (Czech) "Grain boundary migration observed in situ by synchrotron radiation"
COMPUTER SIMULATION OF PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS
  • Emmanuel Clouet (CEA Saclay), "Precipitation in Al-Zr and Al-Sc alloys: a comparison between kinetic Monte Carlo, cluster dynamics and classical nucleation theory"
  • Duane Johnson (UIUC) " Reliable first-principles alloy thermodynamics for predicting and understanding characterization data"
  • Tetsuo Mohri ( Hokkaido) "First-principles approach to ordering transformation"
  • Kees Bos (MPI Stuttgart) "Computer simulation of massive transformation interfaces"
PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS IN NOVEL SYSTEMS OR SPECIAL MATERIALS

Nano- and Constrained Systems

  • Hirotaro Mori ( Osaka) "Alloy phase formation in isolated nanometer-sized particles"
  • G. Brian Stephenson ( Argonne) "X-ray studies of the ferroelectric transition in ultrathin lead titanate"
  • H. Fraser ( Ohio State) "Prediction of phase stabilities in nano-scale metallic multilayers"
  • Jeff De Hosson ( Groningen) "In-situ high resolution transmission electron microscopy of phase transformations of nano-sized metal clusters"
  • Thomas Waitz ( Vienna) "Martensitic phase transformations in nanocrystals of NiTi"
  • Dilip Kanhere (Pune) "Thermodynamics of small clusters: ab initio studies on sodium, tin and gallium clusters"

Amorphous Alloys and Quasicrystals

  • Kazuhiro Hono (NIMS) "Nanocrystallization and phase separation in metallic glasses"
  • Joe Poon (UVA) " Phase transformations in amorphous steel"
  • Do-Hyang Kim (Yonsei) "Formation of two glassy phases by phase separation in Zr-Y-Al-Co metallic glasses"
  • Ken Kelton, "The importance of local structure and chemistry on glass formation and crystallization"
  • John Perepezko (Wisconsin) "Nucleation in aluminum glasses"
  • Srinivasa Ranganathan (Bangalore) "Quasicrystal and glass forming ability in early transition metal-late transition metal alloys"

Magnetic and Ferroic Materials

  • Yasukazu Murakami (Tohoku) "Electron holography studies of magnetic domains near phase transformation temperatures"
  • Long-Qing Chen (Penn) "Ferroelectric phase transitions and domain structures under strain"

Semiconductor Materials

  • Haruyuki Inui ( Kyoto) "Phase transformations and defect structures in some semiconducting silicides"
  • Bob Sinclair (Stanford) "Phase transformations in semiconductor thin films"
  • Subhash Mahajan (Arizona) "Phase separation and atomic ordering in mixed III-V layers"

Ceramic and Compound Materials

  • Yuichi Ikuhara ( Tokyo) "Grain boundary atomic structures and properties in oxide ceramics"
  • Daniel Caillard, ( Toulouse) "Nucleation and growth of titanium hydride in titanium"
  • T. Sakuma ( Tokyo) "The cubic-to-tetragonal phase transformation and microstructure evolution in zirconia alloys"
  • Mick Feuerbacher (Julich) "Complex metallic alloys and metadislocations"
  • Trudy Kriven (Illinois) "In-situ, in air, high temperature study of phase transformations in ceramics"

Soft Materials

  • Mehmet Sarikaya (UW) "Molecular biomimetics: formation of inorganics using proteins"
  • Marc Descamps ( Lille) "Transformations of pharmaceutical compounds by mechanical activation"
  • Tony Tomsia (LBNL) – "Title forthcoming"
BREAKOUT WORKSHOPS AND LATE-BREAKING ADVANCES
  • D. Laughlin (CMU) "History of magnetic transformations"

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