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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Design and Manufacturing Approaches for the Next Generation of Sustainable Materials: The 2021 Student-led Symposium (Invited Abstracts Only)
Presentation Title Genomic Computational Design: Materials for Sustainability
Author(s) Gregory B. Olson
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Gregory B. Olson
Abstract Scope Sixty years of academic collaboration and thirty years of commercialization by a network of small businesses have delivered a mature technology of computational materials design and accelerated qualification, grounded in the CALPHAD system of fundamental databases now known as the Materials Genome. Two computationally designed aircraft landing gear steels have already been taken to full flight qualification employing this technology. The announcement in 2011 by the US President of a national Materials Genome Initiative acknowledging the reality of this technology has spurred global interest and rapid adoption by US apex corporations with broad market impact spanning a range from consumer electronics to space exploration. The technology provides a system for affordable change of materials technology supporting sustainability through reduced pollutants, energy efficiency and reduced emissions over a range of application sectors.
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Additive Manufacturing of High Temperature Materials: New Alloys and Sustainability Considerations
Challenges in optimizing structural metamaterials
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Genomic Computational Design: Materials for Sustainability
III-V photovoltaic substrate reuse and recycle strategies for reduced cost and improved materials utilization
Lithium-Ion Battery Recycling Research at the ReCell Center
Materials Innovations Towards Decarbonization of Industrial Processes
Microstructural Development and Powder Feedstock Recyclability in Additive Manufacturing by Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Reducing CO2 Emissions Through Improvements in the Materials Science of Fossil Fuels
Research requirements for sustainable materials
Research with a Sustainable Materials Science and Engineering Approach
Shaping a Sustainable World Together – Delivering Novelis’ Commitment to Sustainability
Stepwise approach to improving lead furnace operation through pilot scale studies and computational modeling
Using rapid alloy prototyping to investigate the effects of increased levels of residual elements from recycled scrap on DP800 steel

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