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Meeting 2014 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium 2014 TMS RF Mehl Medal Symposium on Frontiers in Nanostructured Materials and Their Applications
Sponsorship TMS Electronic, Magnetic, and Photonic Materials Division
TMS: Thin Films and Interfaces Committee
Ramki Kalyanaraman, University of Tennessee
Haiyan Wang, Texas A & M University
Yuntian T. Zhu, North Carolina State University
Justin Schwartz, North Carolina State University
Amit Goyal, Oak Ridge National Laboratories
Scope This symposium honors Professor Jagdish (Jay) Narayan, Winner of 2014 TMS RF Mehl Medal and Institute of Metals Lecture Award and will address recent developments in synthesis and processing, atomic and nanoscale characterization, structure and property correlations and modeling of nanostructured materials and their applications. For electronic materials, the primary emphasis is on thin film heterostructures across the misfit scale, nanodots, nanodots, nanorods, nanotubes and devices thereof. Specific topics of interest include fundamentals of thin film epitaxy across the misfit scale through the paradigm of domain matching epitaxy, novel thin film heterostructures integrated with silicon, three-dimensional epitaxial self-assembled structures, quantum-well nanostructuring leading to Nano-Pocket LED structures, fundamentals of ion-solid and laser-solid interactions, laser annealing, rapid thermal processing, pulsed laser deposition, and formation of novel supersaturated semiconductor alloys and nanostructured materials for next-generation devices and systems. For structural materials, the primary focus is on the role of defects and interfaces in controlling properties and selective alloying of grain boundaries to address metastability and performance of nanostructured materials.

This special symposium is dedicated to the seminal research contributions of Jagdish (Jay) Narayan, winner of 2014 INSTITUTE OF METALS LECTURE AND ROBERT FRANKLIN MEHL AWARD in the field of materials science and engineering, and to his leadership in materials science worldwide through professional societies and the National Science Foundation. Professor Narayan is the John C. C. Fan Family Distinguished Chair Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering in the College of Engineering at North Carolina State University. He also holds the Distinguished Visiting Scientist appointment at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Abstracts Due 07/15/2013
Proceedings Plan Planned: Publication Outside of TMS

3D TEM Characterization of Nanocrystalline Metal Thin Films
A New Class of Molecularly-tailored Nanomaterials and Interfaces For Energy Conversion and Thermal Management
Atomic-scale Understanding of Deformation Twins in Hexagonal-close-packed Metals
Atomistic Study of Thermoelectric, Electronic and Optical Properties of Suspended Graphene Nanosheet and Nanoribbons
Basic Criteria for Formation of Growth Twins in High Stacking Fault Energy Metals
Carbon Nanotube Coated Conductor Composites
Charged Defect-induced Preferential Scattering for Enhanced Thermoelectric Performance in Few-layered n-Bi2Te3
Coarsening of Nanoscale Precipitates in Al-Li Alloys
Colossal Injection of Catalyst Atoms into Epitaxial Silicon Nanowires
Consequences of Neutron Irradiation on ECAP Steel
Crystallization of Metallic Glasses to Produce Nanostructured Materials
Deformation Twinning in Nano-scale Cu Layers
Design and Applications of Nanostructured Energy Materials
Does Function Follow Form? The Role and Utility of Geometry in Carbon Nanotubes
Dynamic Strain Aging in Ultrafine Grained Titanium
Electronically-active Silicon Nanophotonic Structures for Nonlinear Optics on a CMOS-compatible Chip
Encapsulating Polymeric Nitrogen in Carbon Nanotubes
Fabrication, Characterization, and Mechanism of Vertically Aligned Titanium Nitride Nanowires
Finding Strength in Our Faults: Extreme Strengthening of Mg-alloys via Nano-spaced Stacking Faults
Friction Behavior of Nanocrystalline Metals: The Role of Subsurface Grain Structures
Frontiers in Thin Film Epitaxy and Novel Nanostructured Materials
Fundamentals of Ion-solid Interactions in Ceramic and Structural Materials
Generation of Bulk Nanocomposites and Supersaturated Solid Solutions by Severe Plastic Deformation
Gold Nanoparticle Inside Graphene Shells: Prospects in Sensors and Plasmonics
Grain Size Effect on Deformation Physics of Nanostructured Materials
Growth of Multiferroic Thin-film Heterostructures
Hierarchical Microstructural Architecture for High-performance Thermoelectrics
High-strength Low-alloyed Zinc Processed by High-pressure Torsion
Hollow Fiber Solar Cells: Processing, Morphology, and Property Correlations
Improved Interlaminar/Interfacial Fracture Toughness through Polymer Nano-particle Thin Film/Spray Mediated Composites
Industrially Useful Nanostructured Molybdenum Alloys with Unprecedented Tensile Ductility
Influence of Length Scales on Precipitation Phenomena in Al Alloys
K20: Effect of Growth Parameters on Electrical and Optical Properties of Ga and Al Doped Transparent Conducting Zinc Oxide Thin Films: Structure-property Correlations
K21: Fabrication of Single crystalline NiO based P-N junctions by KrF Laser Treatment: Structure and Photochemical Properties.
K22: Interfacial Modeling and Photochemical Properties of Rutile TiO2/Sapphire Epitaxial Heterostructures
K23: Inverse Spin Hall Effect Studies on ZnO Thin Films
K24: Microstructure and 9MeV Au+ Irradiation Effects of 9Cr-ODS(Oxide Dispersion Strengthened) Steel
K25: Observation of the Spin Seebeck Effect in La1-xSrxMnO3 (LSMO)
K26: Resistance Switching Properties and Mechanism of Switching In Epitaxial Pt/ZnO/TiN Thin Film Heterojunctions Grown on Si(001) Substrate
K27: Structural, Optical and Transport Properties of Room Temperature Deposited Al and Ga Doped ZnO Films
K28: Thin Film Epitaxy and Stress Relaxation Mechanism in Rutile/Sapphire Heterostructures
K29: Variable Range Hopping Conduction and Magnetic Properties of Single Crystal Semiconducting and Topological Insulator Sr3SnO
Laser-accelerated thin foil impact experiments for studies of intermetallic reactions in Nanolayered Ni+Al foils
Laser Ablation in Liquids: A Unique Route to Fabricate Hollow Micro/Nanoparticles from Bulk Materials
Magnetic Spinel Ferrite Thin Films and Nanostructures
Magnetoelectric Control of Exchange Coupling in Monodomain BiFeO3 Heterostructures
Mechanical Behaviors of Heterogeneous Nanostructured Metals
Microstructural and Geometrical Size Scale Effects in Shape Memory Alloys
Misfit Accommodation in Oxide Heterostructures
Modeling of Grain Boundaries in Nanostructured Alloys: Structure, Stability and Dynamics
Nanoengineered Binary and Ternary Heavy Metal Selenides for MWIR Detectors
Nanogenerators for Self-powered Systems and as Active Sensors
Novel Bimetallic Plasmonic Nanomaterials
Optical, Electrical and Electronic Properties of Vanadium Oxides – An Analysis
Oxide Based Thin Films, Properties and the Role of Defect Mediation
Oxides for Spintronics
Plastic Deformation in Nanoindentation of a BCC Metal
Probing Structure, Properties and Dynamics of Nanostructures through Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy
Radiation Damage Tolerant Nanomaterials
Resistive Switching Characteristics of Mixed Oxides
Routes to Low Defect Interfaces between rocksalt Oxides and Wurtzite Nitrides
Simplex Network Modeling for Press-molded Ceramic Bodies Incorporated with Granite Waste
Solidification Mechanisms of Carbon as Graphene, Graphite and Diamond from Metal-carbon Melts
Strengthening of Steels by Nanodispersoids
Stress-engineered Self-organized Nanostructure Array Assembly: A Rich Paradigm
Superior Strength in Bulk Nanostructured Metallic Materials Produced by SPD Processing
Switchable Deformation Mechanism in Columnar-grained Nanotwinned Metals
Synchrotron Scattering Studies of the Metal-insulator Phase Transition and Local Domain Formation in VO2
The Hall-petch Based Dislocation Mechanics of Nanopolycrystal Plasticity
The Influence of Stacking Fault Energy on the Formation of Highly Nanotwinned Cu-Al Alloys
The Principles of Grain Refinement during Severe Plastic Deformation
The Role of Interfaces on the Deformation Behavior of Nanocrystalline Thin Films and Bulk Materials
The Surface Energy of the Al-Cu-Fe Quasicrystal
Tunable Magnetotransport and Device Application through Controlling Structural Boundaries in Self-assembled Vertically Aligned Nanocomposite Thin Films

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