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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium 14th Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing
Sponsorship ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division
Organizer(s) Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota
Mritunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute
Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technololgy
Enrico Bernardo, University of Padova
Rajiv Asthana, University of Wisconsin
Yiquan Wu, Alfred University
Zhengyi Fu, Wuhan University of Technology
Allen Apblett, Oklahoma State University
Scope Sustainable development interlinked with circular economy is globally recognized as a critical issue for the future growth and well being of our society. Some of the key challenges are, (a) population growth in cities, (b) huge amount of waste which must be disposed in landfills or incinerated , (c) the rapid usage and depletion of natural resources and environment (fossil fuels, minerals, water scarcity etc.), (d) declining quality of infrastructure, (e) extraordinary amount of carbon dioxide emissions, and (f) climate change, among others. Therefore, “green” or environmentally benign technologies have been a major focus of study by materials scientists and engineers worldwide. Generally two issues are important in this area. One is to avoid unnecessary use and generation of compounds directly hazardous to human health and the environment, such as heavy metals and organic pollutants. The other is to protect the global environment by reducing energy consumption and conserving natural resources during fabrication and manufacturing processes. The volumes of consumed raw materials, used energy (or emitted carbon dioxide), and disposed wastes are indicative of sustainability of the process and must be minimized.

Keeping these critical aspects in view, this international symposium deals with a variety of green and sustainable technologies related to materials manufacturing and processing, that are industrially and technologically feasible. Topics to be discussed in this symposium include environmental impact of materials including products and processes; development of alternative technologies; waste minimization technologies; and development of instrumentation and control systems. Topics will also include the identification of green manufacturing opportunities and/or up-front solutions to environmental problems in these or related processes as well as recent initiatives and developments in education in “green engineering and sustainability.”

Proposed Session Topic:

•Environmentally benign materials, products, and processes
• Alternative manufacturing processes with lower environmental burden
• Nanotechnology for environmental remediation and protection
• Low temperature aqueous synthesis and processing, colloidal processing
• Energy saving forming/sintering technologies
• Additive manufacturing, 3D printing, and sustainability
• Microwave assisted processing and energy efficient technologies
• Waste minimization and materials recycling technologies
• Education in green engineering and sustainability
• Environmental monitoring and testing
• Life cycle analysis of materials and products
• Materials design and selection to reduce environmental impact
• Bioplastics, Composites, and Renewable/bio-based materials
• Materials for alternative energy production, and carbon capture and utilization
• Agriculture derived precursor materials
• Nanotechnology and Circular Economy
Green Technologies for Sustainable Infrastructure and Transportation

Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned: Publication outside of MS&T
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

'Trash to Treasure' - Utilization of Electronic Waste as Precursors in Advanced Technologies
A Review of Minerals for Design of Sustainable Materials
A Computationally Engineered Sustainable Approach for Tuning Nanoclays for Biomaterials Applications
A Review on the Utilization of Fly Ash
Adapting the Shape Section to Improve the Structural Performance of Ribbed and Sandwich Lightweight Reinforced Concrete Slabs
Application of Animal Bone Residue as Portland Cement Concrete Ingredient
Capture of Plant Nutrients by Ceramics for Subsequent Use as a Slow Release Fertilizer
Change in the Density Distribution during Sintering of Alumina Ceramics Visualized by In-situ OCT Observation
Characterization of a Natural Mixed Fibers Functional Groups by Infrared Spectroscopy
Compressive and Microstructure of Alkali Activated Groundnut Shell Ash Containing Metakaolin
Critical Metals Recovery from Recycled Lithium-ion Batteries
Design and Development of Novel Structural Materials from Biomass
Direct Selective Laser Sintering for Additive Manufacturing of Advanced Ceramic Materials
Effect of Hydrolysis on Mechanical Properties of Rice Husk Reinforced Composites for 3D Printing
Effect of RHA Biochar Calcination on Structural, Thermal, and Morphological Properties of BaO-B2O3-SiO2 Glass System-based Coatings
Effect of Sodium Silicate/ Sodium Hydroxide Ratio on Compressive Strength and Microstructure of Kankara Metakolin Based Geopolymer
Electrochemical Remediation of PFAS-Contaminated Aqueous Waste Streams
Enabling Sustainability and Circularity Through Big Area Additive Manufacturing
Engineering and Implementation of Pour-Flush Latrines in Remote Bolivia During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Enhancing the Mechanical Properties of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Fine Aggregate with Waste Glass and Coarse Aggregate with Waste Tyre
Evaluation of Dewaxing Behavior of Alumina Green Body by a Combined OCT/TG/FT-IR System and Thermomechanical Analysis
Fabrication of Blue-light Emitted and Transparent Lu-α-SiAlON:Ce3+ Ceramics
Fly Ash Bricks: An Ecofriendly Construction Material, Its Properties and Uses in Different Environmental Areas (A Review)
Glasses as Energy Materials for a Sustainable Development
Green Routes to Materials Via Reaction of Metal Oxides with Aqueous Reagents
Green Synthesis of ZnO Nanoparticles Using Lemongrass Extract and Measurement of Their Antibacterial Activities
Growth of β-MoO3 Whiskers by Pulsed Wire Discharge
How to Start and Maintain a Low-cost Ceramic Water Filter Factory
In-situ Observation of Evolution of Internal Structure of Alumina Slurry During Drying by Optical Coherence Tomography
Influence of Glass Waste Filler on the Density and Flame Retardant Properties of Sawdust Reinforced Composite Ceiling Board
Low Temperature Molten Salt and Microwave Co-assisted Synthesis of Advanced Ceramics for Demanding Applications
Machine Learning-driven Studies of Carbon Capture and Storage
Mesoporous TiO2 as an Alternative Anode for Fast Chargeable Lithium-ion Battery
New Construction Materials from Engineered Alkali Activation of Waste Glasses
On the Design of Radio Frequency Sensors Using Recyclable Materials
Potential of Matter Organic Non-glycerol (MONG) from Soy Biodiesel Plants In 3D Printing
Preparation of Inorganic Green Pigments via a Green Process
Protective Coatings for Lunar Dust Tolerant Applications
Purification of an Indigenous Barite Mineral for Sustainability of Operation in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industries
Rapid Fabrication of SiC Composites by Selective Laser Sintering and Direct Liquid Silicon Infiltration
Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from e-waste Using EDTA Functionalized Chitosan
Selective Eliminate the Risk of High Toxicity Mercury from Valuable Selenium-enriched Material Using Vacuum Volatilization
SiOCN Corrosion Resistant Coatings on Stainless Steel
Solar Energy Sizing for an Irrigation System for Field Maintenance
Stabilizing Hazardous Chromium-containing Stainless Steel Slags with MnO Additions
Strategies for Patenting "Green" Technologies
Substrate Orientation and Rare-earth Doping Effects on the Bandgap Engineering of Epitaxial β-(AlxGa1-x)2O3 Films
Sustainable Processing of Composite Materials
Sustainable Waste Processing Through Modular Anaerobic Digestion
The Effect of Sawdust Particle Size Distribution on the Hydraulic Conductivity of Low-cost Ceramic Water Filters
Thermal Insulators Prepared by Gelation Freezing Route and Their Energy Efficiency in Prototype Furnace


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