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Meeting 2020 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Additive Manufacturing: ICME Gap Analysis
Presentation Title Overview of DOE-BES Research and Strategic Planning
Author(s) Linda Horton, John S. Vetrano
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Linda Horton
Abstract Scope The mission of the Basic Energy Sciences (BES) program is to support fundamental research to understand, predict, and ultimately control matter and energy at the electronic, atomic, and molecular levels in order to provide the foundations for new energy technologies and to support Department of Energy (DOE) missions in energy, environment, and national security. BES has a long-standing strategic planning process that includes BES advisory committee reports, topical in-depth community workshops and reports, and rigorous program reviews. BES-supported activities include research on materials built with atom-by-atom precision and computational models that can be used to predict the behavior of materials before they are synthesized. In the portfolio, computational materials science, synthesis science and mechanical behavior studies provide underpinning science relevant to ICME and a wide range of technologies. This talk will overview the currently funded research and outline the process by which the overarching strategies are developed.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume


CALPHAD-based ICME Design for Additive Manufacturing: Successes and Challenges
Challenges in Integration and Validation of a Coupled FEM and Phase Field Approach for Modeling Additive Manufacturing
Challenges in Modeling Microstructure Evolution During Additive Manufacturing Based on Phase-field Method
Challenges to Predict the Microstructure and Properties of metallic AM components
Efficient Mechanistic Modeling of Additive Manufacturing (AM) Processes
ICME and Additive Manufacturing Research in NSF’s Advanced Manufacturing Program
Making Metal Additive Manufacturing Practical – What’s Missing?
Overview of DOE-BES Research and Strategic Planning
The Future of Additive Manufacturing, a Vision for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Utilization of Non-metallic Inclusion and Optimization of Alloy Compositions for AM Process

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