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ADVANCED CHARACTERIZATION, MODELING, AND PERFORMANCE
Abstract submission for the TMS 2013 Annual Meeting is now closed.
PLANNED SYMPOSIA -
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Characterization of Materials through High Resolution Coherent Imaging
This symposium will bring together materials experts in flexible electronics, polymer chemistry, electrical engineering, biophysics, and neuroscience to describe novel approaches for new materials and micro- to nano-scale manufacturing paradigms needed to build reliable central and peripheral nervous system interfaces.
Characterization of Nuclear Reactor Materials and Components with Neutron and Synchrotron Radiation
This symposium will highlight recent experimental efforts and future prospects to characterize irradiated materials, nuclear reactor components and material systems for reactor application using neutron and synchrotron radiation techniques.
Computational Discovery of Novel Materials
This symposium will cover recent applications and methodological developments at the frontier of computational materials discovery, ranging from quantum-level prediction to macro-scale property optimization.
Computational Thermodynamics and Kinetics
This symposium will focus on evaluating the progress in computational thermodynamics and kinetics in addressing a wide range of material science topics, identifying new research areas in this field and providing a platform for exchanging new concepts.
Hume-Rothery Award Symposium: Electronic structure theory of stability and bonding in alloys
This symposium is in honor of the recipient of the 2013 Hume-Rothery Award, Alex Zunger. The goal of the symposium is to bring together computational and theoretical researchers to give invited talks on the current state of the art in the structure and bonding in alloys (both metals and non-metals) and on electronic structure theory of matter.
Integrated Computational Modeling of Materials for Nuclear Energy
This symposium will provide a forum for the nuclear fuel and structural integrity materials modeling communities. Participants will present and discuss the recent advances in modeling and computational methods developments and their validation in the context of novel applications in the field of nuclear materials.
Mesoscale Computational Materials Science
Symposium participants will present and share state-of-the-art computational methods to bridge length scale from atomistics to microscale relevant to properties or use of materials and systems.
Microstructural Processes in Irradiated Materials
This symposium will focus on the microstructural changes occurring in solids during ion, electron, neutron, gamma ray or x-ray irradiation. It will bring together researchers working on different materials systems and radiation induced phenomena.
Modeling and Experimental Validation of Multiscale Mechanical Behavior from Atomic Scale to Macro Scale
This symposium will focus on recent achievements in multi-scale material modeling from atomic scale to macro scale, and the experiments and testing technologies that guide and validate multi-scale mechanical deformation models.
Modeling of Multi-Scale Phenomena in Materials Processing - III
The purpose of the symposium is to present the development of computational techniques for the modeling of multi-scale phenomena in materials processing.
Neutron and X-Ray Studies of Advanced Materials VI: Centennial and Beyond
This symposium will provide a forum on the use of state-of-the-art neutron and X-ray scattering techniques for probing advanced materials, which have been widely used to characterize materials structures across all length scales.
Phase Transformation and Microstructural Evolution
This symposium is the first of a series of annual TMS symposia focusing on phase transformations and microstructural evolution in materials during processing and in service. It will unite theoretical, experimental, and computational experts to assess the current status of theories of phase transformations and microstructure evolution in solid states.
Synergies of Computational and Experimental Materials Science II
This symposium will highlight recent successes enabled by close collaboration of experimentalists and computational materials scientists. The presenters will be encouraged to discuss not only the scientific aspects of the work, but the processes that have led to successful collaborations and tools utilized in enhancing the experiment-modeling collaboration.
Three-Dimensional Materials Science VII
This symposium will seek to focus on the full-spectrum of three-dimensional materials science challenges and recent developments.
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Advanced Characterization, Modeling, and Performance
High Performance Materials
Light Metals: Aluminum, Magnesium, and Titanium
Materials and Society: Energy Technology, Policy, and Education
Materials Processing and Production
Nanoscale and Amorphous Materials<
REWAS 2013 - Enabling Materials Resource Sustainability