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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Micromechanics of Structurally Inhomogeneous Materials: An FMD Symposium in Honor of Armen Khachaturyan
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Chemistry and Physics of Materials Committee
TMS: Phase Transformations Committee
Organizer(s) Long Qing Chen, Penn State University
Mark Asta, University of California, Berkeley
Yunzhi Wang, Ohio State University
Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A & M University
Yongmei M. Jin, Michigan Technological University
Yann Le Bouar, LEM, CNRS/ONERA
Scope To celebrate the 80th birthday and life-long contributions of Professor Armen G. Khachaturyan over the past 50 years and to discuss the current status and recent advances in research areas in which Armen Khachaturyan have made seminal contributions, which include:

- Theory of phase transformations in metal and ceramic systems
- Thermodynamics and kinetics of alloy phase decomposition and ordering
- Thermodynamics and kinetics of martensitic and ferroelastic transformations
- Thermodynamics and kinetics of domain structure evolution in ferrorelectrics and ferromagnetics
- Micromechanics of structurally inhomogeneous materials
- Theory of coherent structural domains
- Phase Field modeling of multi-dislocation systems in plastic deformation
- Computer simulation of microstructure evolution of complex coherent multi-phase systems
- Concentration Wave approach to statistical thermodynamics of metal and ceramic systems
- Diffraction and electron microscopy
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume

Activation of Ferroelastic Toughening in Multi-Phase Ceramics
Atomic Scale Modeling of Microstructural Evolution
Atomistic Modeling of Grain Boundary Complexions: Toughening Effects and Interface Thermodynamics
Atomistic Modelling of the Pd-H System
Continuum Modeling of Dislocations
Coupled Kinetic Monte Carlo-Finite Element Mesoscale Simulation of Reversible Thermoelastic Martensitic Transformations
Coupling Phase Field Methods with Continuum Plasticity
Coupling the Nonlinear Transformation Pathway with Phase-Field Microelasticity and Its Application in Finding the Critical Nucleus during a Martensite Transformation
Crystallographic Design of Ferroic Smart Materials: Transformation Pathway Network Analysis
Elastic Domains: from Epitaxial Film Nanostructures to Bulk Crystal Microstructure
First Order Morphological Transition of Ferroelastic Domains in Ferroelectric Thin Films
Functional Materials with High Twin Wall Densities
Martensitic Transformation Precursor: 3D Phonon Diffuse Scattering Experiments
Martensitic Transformation Precursor: Phonon Theory
Microstructure-Property Relations in Dislocated Martensitic Steel
Modeling Microstructural Stability for Advanced FE Systems
Morphological Instability of Grain Boundaries in Two-Phase Coherent Solids
Morphological Transitions in Domain Structures and Their Effects on P(E) Hysteresis Curves in Thin Ferroelectric Films
Multi-Phase Field Model for Heterogeneous Nucleation at Grain Boundaries
Numerical Investigation of the Interaction between the Martensitic Transformation Front and the Plastic Strain in Austenite
On the Large Magnetostriction in FePd and FeGa Alloys
Pathway of the Mixed-Mode Phase Transformation in the Zr-U System
Phase Field Modeling of Microstructure Evolution in Solder Interconnects
Phase Field: Prediction of Structure and Properties of Complex Nano- and Atomic Scale Structures
Pressure Induced Alpha to Epsilon Transformation in Iron at 15 GPa: Modeling and Experiment
Strain Glass and Ferroic Glass as New Candidates for Novel Properties
The Influence of Non-Conventional Pathways for Nucleation on Microstructural Evolution in Titanium Alloys
The Microstructure Theories of Dislocated Martensitic Steels
The Phase Field Crystal Model: Grain Growth and Capillarity
The Third Law of Thermodynamics and Low Temperature Phase Stability
Universal Morphology of Nonlinear Telephone Cord Buckles
Vibrational Dynamics and Thermodynamics of Nanostructures

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