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Meeting 2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Interface-driven Phenomena in Solids: Thermodynamics, Kinetics and Chemistry
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Computational Materials Science and Engineering Committee
TMS: Nanomaterials Committee
TMS: Thin Films and Interfaces Committee
Organizer(s) Fadi Abdeljawad, Sandia National Laboratories
Stephen M. Foiles, Sandia National Laboratories
Timofey Frolov, University of California, Berkeley
Emine Begum Gulsoy, Northwestern University
Heather Murdoch, Army Research Lab
Mitra L Taheri, Drexel University
Scope The key to the future development of increasingly complex materials systems in the solid state is a detailed understanding of interfaces. In particular, the significance of internal (grain and phase) boundaries as well as free surfaces becomes more dominant in technological applications where a reduction of system size or scale of microstructure is desired to optimize properties.

The scope of this symposium is to bring together researchers across a wide range of disciplines including theoretical, experimental, modeling and characterization in order to communicate recent developments pertaining to interface-dominated processes in solids and discuss the future of the field.

Topics for this symposium include, but are not limited to
* Thermodynamics and chemistry, i.e., segregation, adsorption, phase transformation, energies.
* Kinetics; morphological and re-construction processes, such as grain growth, coarsening, faceting, etc.
* Local interface structure (structure-property relationships)

This symposium seeks to understand, characterize and predict the above processes with the aid of the following tools
* Experimental assessment and observation of interface evolution in response to various external stimuli (thermal, stress, electrochemistry, etc.)
* Atomic-scale calculations of local interface structure and associated properties (energy, mobility, etc.)
* Mesoscale modeling and computational thermodynamics of processes driven by interfaces.
* Characterization techniques to probe interfacial properties (atomic structure, chemical composition, etc.) and their relation to material properties at the macroscale.
* Development of processing techniques to obtain and control experimental production of desired interfaces (grain boundary engineering, deformation twinning, etc.)
Abstracts Due 07/15/2015
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A General and Predictive Model of Anisotropic Grain Boundary Energy and Morphology for Polycrystal-level Simulations
A Three-dimensional Polyhedral Structural Unit Model for Grain Boundaries in FCC Metallic Systems
Abnormal Grain Growth-The Role of Curvature in Pinned Microstructures
Allotropic HCP to BCC Ti Transitions in Ti/BCC Multilayered Thin Films
Assessing the Effect of Hydrogen on Slip Transmission across Grain Boundaries in α-Fe
Atomic-Level Mechanisms of Grain Boundary Segregation and Embrittlement in Nickel-Sulfur
Atomic Investigation of the Role of Alloying Elements on the Thermodynamics of Vacancies and Vacancy-Hydrogen Clusters at Symmetric Tilt Boundaries in Nickel
Atomistic Parameterization of Analytical Descriptions of H Segregation
Building, Optimizing and Characterizing Grain Boundaries in Atomistic Simulations
Coarsening of a Two-Phase System with Asymmetric Bulk Mobilities
Cr Segregation on Grain Boundary Character and Intrinsic Stress Evolution in Fe(Cr) Nanocrystalline Films
Dynamic Observation of Step Nucleation and Propagation at Grain Boundaries
Effect of Beta Stabilizers on Stacking Faults Energies in α-Titanium
Equilibrium Fluctuations of Grain Boundary Properties in Alloy Systems
Experimental Observations and Modeling of Interfacial Defects at an Asymmetric Σ=5 Grain Boundary in Fe
Exploring the Causes and Effects of Fast Grain Boundary Motion
Grain Boundary Adsorption Transition and Their Influence on Mass Transport and Microstructural Evolution
Grain Boundary Damage Resistance and Accommodation using Atomistic Simulations
Grain Growth and Segregation in Hf-Ti Nanometallic Multilayers
Grain Network Connectivity in 3D Copper Microstructures Resulting from Disparate Processing Routes
High-throughput Grain Boundary Property Calculations: Barriers and Solutions
HREM Studies on the Nature of Morphological Changes in (110) Grain Boundaries of Silicon Phase Found in Sr-induced Al-Si Eutectic Alloys
Interface-driven Plasticity in Two-phase Composites
Interface Mediated Formation of Monatomic Metallic Glasses
Kinetics of Phase Transformation during Lithiation of Sn Electrode Materials
Microstructure Design of Mechanically Alloyed Materials
Microstructure Evolution and Consolidation Kinetics Prediction in Powder Materials during Field Assisted Sintering Technique
Migration Mechanisms of Flat Σ3 Grain Boundaries
Mitigating Radiation-Induced Segregation and Radiation-Induced Precipitation via Materials Nanoengineering
Modeling Thermodynamics, Kinetics and Defects in Solidification Phenomena Using Phase Field Crystal Methods
Molecular Dynamics Simulation of B2-B33 Transformation in Ni-Zr Alloy
Nanostructures Formation from Pulsed-laser Induced Rayleigh-Taylor Instabilities at Metal/fluid Interfaces
On the Interaction of Solutes with Grain Boundaries
Periodic Layers Structure in Mg/SiO2 System Created in the Solid State
Structural Modifications Due to Interface Chemistry at Metal-nitride Interfaces
Structure, Bonding and Adhesive Strength of Interfaces between fcc Fe and Mixed Transition Metal Carbides and Nitrides M1M2[C,N] and the Role of Misfit Dislocations
The Atomistic Mechanism of Interface Migration during a Diffusional Structural Phase Transition
The Development of Large Twin Related Domains in Grain Boundary Engineered Cu
The Effect of Interfaces and Hierarchical Structure on the Deformation Behavior of Metallic Nanolaminates
The Influence of Local Stress States on Hydrogen Segregation at Grain Boundaries in FCC Metals
The Influence of Temperature in the Formation of Highly Nanotwinned Cu Alloys: Varying the Twin Thickness
The Role of Interfaces for Structural Transformations Among Austenite, Ferrite and Cementite in Fe-C Alloys
The Temperature Dependence of Grain Boundary Energy in Yttria-doped Alumina: Effect of a Complexion Transition
Thermodynamic High-temperature Stability in Nano Metallic Multilayers
Twin Boundary Energy as a Driving Force for Microstructural Instability in Thin Films
Utilizing TEM-based Techniques to Map Strain Fields near Interfaces in Metals and Ceramics
Watching the Growth of Si Particles in a Liquid: The Role of Twin Defects on Microstructural Evolution
Wetting of Three Different Cu-Nb Interfaces by He Precipitates
Zener Pinning of Grain Boundary Migration in Immiscible Nano-crystalline Alloys


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