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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Phase Transformations Committee
Organizer(s) Rongpei Shi, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Yipeng Gao, Idaho National Laboratory
Fadi Abdeljawad, Clemson University
Bharat Gwalani, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Qi An, University of Nevada, Reno
Eric A. Lass, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Huajing (Wilson) Song, Physics and Chemistry of Materials, Los Alamos National Lab
Scope Phase transformation is still one of the most effective and efficient means to produce desired microstructures in materials for various applications. This symposium is a continuation of a series of annual TMS symposia focusing on phase transformations and microstructural evolution during materials processing or under service conditions. It intends to bring together experimental, theoretical and computational experts to assess the current status of theories of phase transformations and microstructure evolution primarily in the solid states. In addition to fundamental understanding of the mechanisms underlying phase transformations and microstructure evolution, attention will also be given to microstructure engineering using emerging processing/manufacturing techniques to fabricate advanced materials for both structural and functional applications

The topics of choice for this year include, but are not limited to:
1. Phase transformations in steels and ferrous alloys, non-ferrous alloys (such as Ti, Ni, Al, Zr), ceramics, semiconductors and other materials for both structural and functional applications;
2. Phase transformations and microstructure evolution in high-entropy alloys (HEA);
3. Phase transformations under far-from-equilibrium processing conditions or complex thermal histories;
4. Advanced defect engineering technique assisted by phase transformation;
5. Understanding transformation pathways and metastable microstructures in solid phase processing of materials using shear deformation;
6. The application of data science and advanced characterization techniques (both in-situ and ex-situ) in understanding and discovery of transformation pathway and microstructure signature along it during phase transformations
Abstracts Due 07/20/2020
Proceedings Plan Planned:

A phase field modeling study on coupling of compositional patterning with evolution of grain boundaries in irradiated binary immiscible alloys
A strain induced austenite to martensite transformation kinetics law implemented in crystal plasticity: Application to modeling tension, compression, and impact of additively manufactured 304L
Applicability of Deep Cryogenic Treatment in Emerging Industries
Cementite formation in ferritic steels: first-principles based atomistic simulations.
Characterizing Evolution of Grain Boundary Network Structure during Anisotropic Grain Growth.
Comparison of Low Temperature Oxidation Behavior of Pure W and MoNbTaW Thin Films
Crystallographic Transitions in Compositionally Complex Alloy Thin Films
Dilatometric Analysis of Tempering Kinetics in a Cr–Mo–V Medium Carbon Steel
Effect of Changes in Phase and Grain Interface on Physical Properties During Aging of Ultra-deformation Cu-Ag Alloy Wires
Errors Caused by Nishizawa Horn on Diffusion Mobility Descriptions
Exploring Non-conventional Microstructural Evolution in Titanium Alloys by Advanced Characterization and Machine Learning
Hydrogen-Induced Microstructural Transformations in an FeMnCoCr High-Entropy Alloy
Influence of substitution of V with Mn on heat treatment behavior in Ti-Mn-V-Al alloys
Investigating the Microstructural Evolution of Cylindrical Interfaces
Investigation of Multiphase Diffusion in Fe-Cr-Cu-Ni System
Isothermal oxidation behavior of conventional and Nb-modified MAR-M246 nickel-based superalloys at high temperatures
Local Phase Transformation Strengthening in Ni-based Superalloys
On the application potential of aluminum crossover alloys
Porous Graphite Fabricated by Liquid Metal Dealloying of Silicon Carbide
Size effect of isotropic polycrystalline NiTi-based shape memory nanoparticles
Stacking fault energy in metastable alloys
The role of austenite conditioning prior to martensitic transformation in interstitial-free steel
The Role of Grain Boundaries in Nanoscale Sintering: An Atomistic Simulation Study
The Synergistic Role of Mn and Zr/Ti in Producing θ'/L12 Co-precipitates in Al-Cu Alloys
Thermal and Mechanical Characterization of the Non-Isothermal Tempering of an Experimental Medium-Carbon Steel
Thermal Behavior and Decomposition of Quasicrystalline Dispersoids in Powder-Processed Aluminum Alloys
Thermo-Hydrogen Refinement of Microstructure for Additively Manufactured Titanium Components
Thermomechanical processing of carbide-free bainitic steel
Ti-Nb-Zr based alloys with high oxygen content produced by high throughput field assisted sintering from elemental powders
Transformations in amorphous environments near "critical" temperatures
Uncovering the role of nanoscale precipitates on martensitic transformation and superelasticity
Understanding the influence of thermal gyrations on solid-solid interfaces in Ti-6Al-4V during EBM PBF process using in situ TEM
Variability of grain boundary migration behaviors among the metastable grain boundary structures

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