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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advances in Multi-Principal Element Alloys III
Organizer(s) Peter K. Liaw, The University of Tennesee
Michael C. Gao, National Energy Technology Lab
Jennifer Carter, Case Western Reserve University
E-Wen Huang, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University
Srivatsan S. Tirumalai, The University of Akron
James Brechtl, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Gongyao Wang, Globus Medical
Scope This symposium gives an avenue for scientists, researchers, and engineering to present their recent applied and theoretical research results on a number of topics, such as advanced computational techniques, fabrication methods, microstructures, and the mechanical behavior of high-entropy alloys (HEAs) or multi-principal element alloys (MPEAs).

BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE: HEAs and MPEAs contain five or more primary elements and can consist of a combination of body-center-cubic (BCC), face-centered-cubic (FCC), and hexagonal-close-packed (HCP) solid-solution phases. These alloys have also been found to possess many desirable properties, such as exceptional corrosion and irradiation resistance, high strength and ductility, and high fatigue/wear resistance. These desirable characteristics, therefore, make HEAs/MPEAs potentially viable candidates for several industries including those in the energy, biomedical, automotive, and aerospace sectors.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
(1) Innovative computational modeling and simulation techniques, such as phase-field modeling, molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo, CALculation of PHAse Diagrams modeling, finite-element methods, density functional theory machine learning methods, and integrated computational materials engineering (ICME)
(2) Cutting-edge material fabrication and processing techniques, such as grain-boundary engineering, homogenization, and additive manufacturing methods
(3) Advanced in situ and high throughput characterization methods, including neutron scattering, transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, electron backscatter diffraction, and three-dimensional (3D) atom probe tomography
(4) Microstructural control, such as hierarchical structure which modifies the physical, mechanical, irradiation, oxidation and corrosion, electric, magnetic, and thermal behavior
(5) Mechanical behavior, such as fracture, serrated flow, creep, wear, fatigue, and fracture
(6) Diffusion and thermodynamic phenomena
(7) Applications in the sustainability, nuclear, aerospace, biomedical, and other industries

Abstracts Due 07/01/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned: TMS Journal: Metallurgical and Materials Transactions
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