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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium CALPHAD-Based ICME Research for Materials Genomic Design
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Alloy Phases Committee
TMS: Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee
Organizer(s) Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh
Shih-kang Lin, National Cheng Kung University
Chao Jiang, Thermo-Calc Software Inc
Shenyang Hu, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Wen-dung Hsu, National Cheng Kung University
Sinn-wen Chen, National Tsinghua University
Shuanglin Chen, CompuTherm LLC
Scope This symposium provides a discussion forum for the development of the CALPHAD-based ICME tools and their applications for materials genomic design. The aim of this symposium is to bridge the CALPHAD technique and other computational/experimental tools for materials design, such as atomistic modeling, phase field simulation, atom probe tomography, etc. The keynotes of this symposium will invite leading experts in the CALPHAD-based materials design presenting their state-of-the-art activities in materials genomic research. The discussion of the CALPHAD-based designing materials will include but are not limited to, steels, electronic materials, superalloys, light alloys, and energy materials. Experimentalists are particularly encouraged to join the discussion. Four sessions are temporary planned for this symposium, which will cover materials design topics in process, microstructure, properties and performance.
The focuses covered in this symposium will be:
1. Development of different computational/experimental techniques as ICME toolkit
2. CALPHAD digital database construction for Materials Genome
3. CALPHAD-based computational/experimental studies for materials design
4. CALPHAD methodology for materials design applications
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume

An Integrated Atomistics-CALPHAD Framework for Modeling the NaCl-KCl-ZnCl2-AlCl3 Quaternary System
An ab Initio-Aided Experimental Investigation on W-Doped Li4Ti5O12 Defect Spinel as Anodes for Li Ion Batteries
Anisotropy and Structural Roughness of the Solid-Liquid Interface of Some Elemental Metals
Calculation of 3D Phase Diagrams
CALPHAD-based Alloy Design: Application to Advanced Steels
CALPHAD Approach Used in Novel application to Martensitic Transformations in Biological Systems
Calphad Methodology Applied to Materials Design of Hypoeutectic Al-Si Cast Alloys
CALPHAD Modeling and Materials Genome®
Competitive Stabilities of D8m, D88, D8l Structures in Ternary T-X-X’ Ternary Systems
Correlative Atom-Probe Tomographic and Simulation Studies Pertinent to Microstructural Evolution of Nickel-Based Alloys
Coupling of CALPHAD Data to Multi-Phase-Field Simulations of Microstructure Evolution in Technical Alloy Systems
Development and Application of a Magnesium Alloy Atomic Mobility Database
DICTRA Multiphase Moving Phase Boundary Simulations Under Local Equilibrium Conditions
Diffusion "Kerf" Couples for Materials Genomics Data
Effective Exploration of Novel High-Temperature Steels for Advanced Ultrasupercritical Steam Turbines
Experimental Investigation of Zn-Zr Binary of Zr-Rich Phase Diagram
Experimental Study of Phase Relationship of the Sm-Zr and Mg-Rich Corner of Mg-Sm-Zr System
ICME Approach to Design of Novel Microstructures for Ti-Alloys
Integrated Computational Materials Design: From Genome to Flight
Investigate Mechanical Properties of Multi-Component Solid Solution Alloy Using First Principles Methods
Investigation on Ferritic Superalloys with Improved Creep Resistance by Computational Design and Experimental Validation
Materials Design by the CALPHAD Modeling Tool in the Framework of ICME
Materials Genomic Design of Novel Alloys with CALPHAD Tools
Multiscale Modeling of Precipitate Morphologies in Mg-RE Alloys
Phase Equilibria and Thermodynamic Data Repository for Efficient CALPHAD Assessments
Phase Equilibria in Ternary Co-Al-W: Toward Accurate CALPHAD-Type Descriptions of Thermodynamic, Molar Volume, and Elastic Properties
Phase Field Simulation on Dendritic Growth in Pressurized Solidification of Mg-Al Alloy
Phase Stability of γ’ (L12) Compound and Design for Alloy Development
Physical Properties by CALPHAD Modelling
Re-Assessment of the Mo-Nb, Mo-Re, and Nb-Re Binary Systems
Recent Development of Phase Equilibria Calculations by CVM
Simulation of Precipitation of Nitrides in CrMnN Steels
Solidification of Single Crystal Superalloys Designed by a Combined Method of Neural Network and CALPHAD
Study of the Ti-Mo-Nb-Ta-Zr System Using Diffusion Multiples for the Development of Low-Modulus Ti Alloys
The Materials Genome Initiative, CALPHAD and the Data Problem
The Role of CALPHAD Based Tools in an ICME Modeling Infrastructure
The Role of CALPHAD in ICME and Materials Genome
Thermodynamic Database for Ternary and Quaternary Manganese Silicides
Thermodynamic Investigation on the LSM Perovskite Thermal Cycle Shrinkage
Thermodynamic Reassessment of BaO-YO1.5 System
Thermodynamic Stability of NiAs-Type MnBi Phase by Addition of Sb

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