|About this Symposium
||Materials Science & Technology 2016
||3rd International Workshop of In-situ Studies with Photons, Neutrons and Electrons Scattering
||Antonio J Ramirez, The Ohio State University
Sudarsanam S. Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Thomas Kannengiesser, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing
Yu-ichi Komizo, Osaka University
Hidenori Terasaki, Kumamoto University
Andre Tschiptschin, University of Sao Paulo
Eren Yunus Kalay, METU
||In-situ scattering and diffraction experiments using synchrotron and neutron beamlines and advanced electron microscopes have become an important and necessary tool to look at the non-equilibrium processing of conventional and advanced materials and to unveil materials fundamentals.
This workshop, which has been previously held in Berlin(2009) and Osaka (2012) has become a platform for the international experts on materials science and joining to discuss the subject from the theoretical and experimental standpoint, in order to provide a closer insight into the different synchrotron and neutron scattering as well as microscopy innovative techniques and experiments. It will allow researchers to openly collaborate and share ideas for future research on in-situ scattering studies of advanced materials and processes.
Within the sessions, the following areas will be addressed:
- Phase transformations
- Phase detection and quantification
- In-situ welding experiments
- Stress/strain evolution
- Model development and Simulation
- Analysis tools and programming
- Application of in-situ experiments to the development of new materials and processes
Each session will be introduced by invited keynotes followed by individual contributions and will provide enough time for discussions.
Contributions could be in the form of oral presentations or posters.
||Planned: Publication outside of MS&T