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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Job Candidate Poster Session
Presentation Title JOB-1: About Me, Yi-Hung Chen
Author(s) E-Wen Huang, Yi-Hung Chen
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Yi-Hung Chen
Abstract Scope My name is Yi-Hung Chen. I come from National Chiao Tung University at Taiwan. I am a master student. And my advisor E-wen Huang is assistant professor in department of Materials science and Engineering, so I study metal materials. My graduate research is about high entropy alloy of CoCrFeMnNi. For this new material, the study of me focus on what their mechanical properties and atomic structure will change with lower temperature or higher pressure. I manufacture our alloys by myself. The lab gave me a chance to learn arc melting in National Tsinghua University, and we make metal powder to do powder diffraction. The experiments in NSRRC give me valuable experience about X-ray diffraction. I also know some program for crystallography diffraction profile analysis, such as GSAS, GSASII, Powdercell. In addition to experiments, I also learn some simulation, such as EVPSC.
Proceedings Inclusion? Undecided

OTHER PAPERS PLANNED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM

JOB-10: My Aspirations, My Background, My World
JOB-11: My Background and Ability
JOB-12: Silicon Purification and Growth from Si-based Alloy
JOB-13: Solidification Microstructures in Nickel Alloy 718 and Other Materials Research
JOB-1: About Me, Yi-Hung Chen
JOB-2: Computational Researcher Specialized in Phase Formation Theory and Characterization of Multi-component Alloys
JOB-3: Experimental Material Scientist with Microscopy and Diffraction Tools
JOB-4: Exploration of Structure Property Relationships as Seen by a Beyond Her Years Millennial
JOB-5: Future Reliability Engineer of Lead-Free System
JOB-6: Looking for a Faculty Position in Material Modeling
JOB-7: Looking for a Post-doctoral Position in Computational Shock-physics
JOB-9: Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Response of Materials by Design and Modeling
Looking for a faculty position in semiconductor industry

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