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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and Their Applications (PSDK-XI)
Yu Zhong, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University
Nagraj S Kulkarni, Knoxville, TN
Scope Understanding and modeling of phase stability and diffusion kinetics have been a central theme of materials science and engineering with merits in both science and technology perspectives. Advances in computational and instrumentation techniques, cross-scale modeling and novel experimental observations continue to refine our understanding, resulting in design-capable tools for industry and education. This symposium will focus on the temporal and spatial evolution of phase constituents and compositions with due consideration for materials chemistry, processing and applications. Topics of interest for phase stability and diffusion kinetics include: Physics- and mechanism-based theory, modeling and simulations; Fundamental and applications-oriented experimental observations; Microstructural modeling with an emphasis on using fundamental data; Phenomenological expressions and atomistic mechanisms; Methods generation and interpretation of data and databases; Cross-scale models and integration methods.

Of particular interest this year are the various aspects of tracer diffusion studies in unary, binary and multicomponent systems (metals, ceramics, electronic materials). Sessions on tracer diffusion will include: (a) experimental bulk tracer and impurity diffusion studies based on radiotracer, SIMS and other methods in single crystal or polycrystalline matrices; (b) High-throughput tracer diffusion studies, e.g., using diffusion couples, co-deposition methods, etc.; (c) Grain boundary and surface diffusion measurements; (d) Theoretical methods and modeling of tracer diffusivities; (e) Indirect methods to obtain tracer diffusivities using interdiffusion, intrinsic diffusion, sintering, grain growth, coarsening, and other approaches; (f) Application of tracer diffusion data to diffusion formalisms and databases for MGI and ICME initiatives.

Invited sessions dedicated to honor the 2016 J. Willard Gibbs Phase Equilibria awardee will headline this symposium.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD

A New Combined Tracer and Interdiffusion Experimental Approach
Ab Initio-aided Thermodynamics of Rare Earth-based Alloys
Alloy Phase Metastability and Microstructure Development
Applications of Multicomponent Databases to the Improvement of Steel Processing and Design
Assessment of Tracer and Collective Diffusion in Multicomponent Alloys with Application to High Entropy Alloys
Atomistic Simulation of Pipe Diffusion in Aluminum and Copper
CALPHAD: Not Just Another Phase
Data Infrastructure for Materials Data Discoverability and Reliability
Developing and Sharing a Reference Tracer Diffusivity Database
Development of a Mobility Database for the γ Phase in the Co-rich Co-Al-W-Ni System
Development of Thermodynamic Databases for Multicomponent Oxide and Sulfide Systems for Applications in Metallurgy
Diffusion and Ion Conduction in Oxide Glasses
Diffusion in Metals and Intermetallics
Diffusion of Mass in Multicomponent Liquid Alloys
Grain Boundary Diffusion Studied by Radiotracer Diffusion
Harnessing the Gibbs Genome: From CALPHAD to Flight
Industrial Applications of Multi-component Databases Developed by the CALPHAD Approach
Interdiffusion, Crystallography and Mechanical Properties of Ni-Mn-Ga Alloys
Investigation of Mn-YSZ Conductivity by Applying the CALPHAD Approach
Modeling Diffusion Induced Kinetic Demixing in LaCoO3 Oxygen Permeation Membrane
Multi-scale Modeling of Precipitation Reactions Using Phase-field Crystal
Multicomponent Diffusion Kerf Couples for Tracer Diffusion and Genomic Data
Numerical Approach to Obtaining Thermal Degradation Kinetics for 3D Compact Binder Removal
Phase Equilibria of Rare-earth-zirconium-silicon Oxide Systems
Phase Stabilities of Ti Bio-implant Materials with a Focus on Thermodynamic Modeling of bcc, α” and ω phases
Precipitate Coarsening in Gamma-gamma Prime Nickel-base Superalloys with Low Interphase Interfacial Energies
Progress on Prediction of Tracer Diffusion Coefficients
Quantitative Analysis of (La0.8Sr0.2)0.98MnO3δ Electronic Conductivity Using CALPHAD Approach
Refractory Cathode Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Reliable Evaluation of Both Impurity Coefficients and Interdiffusion Coefficients Using a Forward-simulation Method
Self Learning Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulations of Si diffusion in High-Si-steels
The Thermodynamic Investigation of the Effect of CO2 to the Stability of LSCF-6428
Thermal Stability Analysis of Nanostructured Mg-Al Thin Films
Thermodynamic Modeling Using Small Data
Tracer Diffusion in Equiatomic FCC High Entropy Alloys
Tracer Diffusion in Homogeneous and Inhomogeneous Materials
Using DFT Calculations of the Vacancy Formation Energy to Inform the Assessment of the C-Zr Phase Diagram

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