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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Materials Processing and Kinetic Phenomena: from Thin Films and Micro/Nano Systems to Advanced Manufacturing
Organizer(s) Hang Yu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Steven Boles, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Jihun Oh, Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology (KAIST)
Chee Lip Gan, Nanyang Technological University
Jerrold A. Floro, University of Virginia
Zung Sun Choi, Infineum
Scope Materials processing plays a key role in a wide variety of critical and emerging technologies, including thin film processing, micro/nano manufacturing, quantum technologies, and additive manufacturing. To go beyond empirical process development and recipe optimization, a critical and in-depth understanding of the processing science and underlying kinetic phenomena is instrumental. This symposium aims to bring together a wealth of researchers and leaders to discuss how materials processing science has been and is being applied to address the pressing needs in thin film processing and micro/nano manufacturing. It also aims to provide a platform to discuss how processing science and kinetics can best benefit emerging fields, such as additive manufacturing. Topics of interests include (i) kinetic phenomena at the micro/nanoscale: e.g., dewetting and pattern formation; (ii) thin film processing: stress/microstructure/phase evolution; (iii) processing science and kinetic phenomena underlying advanced manufacturing; (iv) Integration of AI and data-driven approaches with materials processing science.
Abstracts Due 07/01/2023
Proceedings Plan Undecided
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