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Meeting 2023 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Methods, Techniques, and Materials Discovery of Irradiation Effect Using In-situ Microscopy
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Nuclear Materials Committee
TMS: Advanced Characterization, Testing, and Simulation Committee
Organizer(s) Wei-Ying Chen, Argonne National Laboratory
Xuan Zhang, Argonne National Laboratory
Kevin Field, University of Michigan
Donald W. Brown, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Aida Amroussia, GE Global Research
Scope Microstructural characterization of irradiated microstructure is the key to building mechanistic models that predict material behavior under irradiation. While a great knowledge has been obtained from the conventional ex situ, post-irradiation examinations, in situ experiments using electrons, x-ray or neutrons can provide unique information that cannot be acquired by post-irradiation examinations. With recent advance in instrumentation, techniques and with the integration with modeling and artificial intelligence, there are renewed opportunities for in situ microscopy to further enhance our understanding on the irradiation effects on materials. This symposium looks for studies that utilize advanced methods or tools that in situ investigate the microstructure of materials under irradiation. The scope of the symposium includes, but not limited to:

• In situ observation of material microstructure under irradiation or irradiated materials under influences (e.g. deformation, heating, corrosion) using charged particles, x-ray or neutrons.
• Advanced in situ irradiation microscopy techniques
• Computer vision (CV) and machine learning (ML) applications on in situ microscopy
• Integrating in situ irradiation experiment with modeling and simulation
• Correlation of microstructure induced by In-situ ion irradiation and neutron irradiation
• Artifact of in situ experiments and mitigation methods.

Abstracts Due 07/17/2022
Proceedings Plan Planned:
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Advanced in situ mechanical testing approaches to evaluate the degradation of nuclear system components
Atomic Modeling Assessment of Interaction Distance and Effective Bias of He Bubbles in BCC Fe
Deep learning Defect Detection in Electron Microscopy of Radiation Damage in Metals
Effect of stacking fault energy on microstructural evolution of compositionally complex alloys under in situ dual-beam heavy-ion irradiation
Evolution of vacancy/interstitial dislocation loops in pure Zr and Ti at elevated temperatures observed by in-situ TEM annealing
Helium effects on defect evolution of in-situ irradiated additive-manufactured Grade 91 steel
High Throughput Assessment of Advanced Nuclear Materials via In-situ TEM
In-situ 3D High-energy X-ray Diffraction Study on Deformation Behavior of Neutron-Irradiated Fe-9%Cr
In-situ observation of helium channel formation and coarsening in a copper nanolayer
Industrial Nuclear Materials Applications for In-Situ Microscopy
Is a TEM foil “bulk enough” to study the parabolic air-ingress oxidation of W PFM in in-situ environmental TEM?
Laboratory-Based 3D X-ray Imaging of Neutron-Irradiated TRISO Fuel
Observations of ‘far from equilibrium’ phenomena under in reactor thermal conditions using in situ TEM
Particle-induced x-ray emission spectroscopy (PIXE) for in situ monitoring of corrosion under proton irradiation in the irradiation-corrosion experiment (ICE)
Past, Present and Future of Ion Irradiation with In Situ TEM: Current Challenges and New Opportunities
Perspectives on Quasi-in-situ Characterization of Nuclear Materials Using Synchrotron X-rays
Precipitate and Cavity Evolution in Alloy 718 Under High Temperature In-situ Ion Irradiation using Machine Learning
Quantifying the Recovery of Irradiated and Cold-Worked Zr-2.5Nb using X-ray and Neutron Diffraction Line Profile Analysis
Radiation tolerance of amorphous alumina cladding coatings for heavy liquid metal cooled fast reactors: temperature and dose effect.
Rare-earth titanates Ln2TiO5 Crystal Chemistry and Radiation Response. A Review.
Revealing 3D Microstructures in Nuclear Materials with High-Energy X-rays
Revealing Heat-Treatment Induced Stoichiometric Variations in Neutron-Irradiated Yttrium Hydrides Using In Situ Synchrotron Radiation Diffraction
Simultaneous proton irradiation changes molten fluoride salt corrosion rates and mechanisms
Transient Grating Spectroscopy of defect annealing kinetics and microstructural evolution in self-ion implanted tungsten with in-situ annealing
Uncovering Transient Grain Boundary Absorption States Using Deep Learning Object Detection
Understanding the amorphization limit in irradiated ceramics via repeated in situ recrystallization experiments
Utilizing high-energy X-rays for microstructural characterization of metallic hydrides


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