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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Nanoarchitectured and Morphology-controlled Nanoporous Materials
Sponsorship TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Niaz Abdolrahim, University of Rochester
John Balk, University of Kentucky
Michael J. Demkowicz, Texas A&M University
Christoph Eberl, Fraunhofer IWM
Scope Nanoarchitectured materials, such as nanoporous solids, nanolattices, and nanoporous membranes, have received large attention due to their unique structural and functional properties including high strength, stiffness, radiation and fatigue resistance as well as thermal stability. These materials often offer large surface area and low density that makes them attractive for applications including energy harvesting and storage, fuel cells, Li–ion batteries, hydrogen storage, catalysis, gas purification, and separation technologies. The properties and applications of nanoarchitectured solids depend on their ligament size, porosity, network structure, morphology, connectivity, and surface area. This symposium will cover advances in synthesis, characterization, and computational modeling of nanoarchitectured and morphology-controlled nanoporous materials.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

- Advances in synthesis of thermodynamics driven nanostructures to controlled architectured materials systems
- Hybrid systems through integrated processing methods
- Design and optimization of morphology controlled nanoarchitectured materials
- Surface-driven phenomena in nanoporous and nanoarchitectured materials: experiments, modeling and simulation
- Influence of the morphology and topology on network-driven mechanical, and thermal properties in nanoarchitectured and nanoporous materials:
- Structural and functional applications of nanoporous and nanoarchitectured materials
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: Supplemental Proceedings volume

3D-morphology of Multimodal Porous Cu Fabricated via Chemical De-alloying Method
A Modified Scaling Law for Stiffness of Nanoporous Materials Accounting for Bending and Stretching Modes of Nodes and Ligaments
Applications of Nanoporous Metals to Semiconductor Device Interconnects
Characterization of Nanoporous Metals after Nanoindentation through 3D Reconstruction
Controlling Effect of Ligaments and Nodes Morphology on the Deformation Behavior of Nanoporous Cu with Varying Relative Density
Copper-nickel Alloy Foams from Polymer Templates
Effect of Process Conditions on the Hierarchical Structure of UCT Manganese Oxide
Fabrication of Np Metals using Thermal Dealloying in Vacuum
Graphene-based ‘Hybrid’ Aerogels with Carbon Nanotubes: Mesoporous Network Functionality Promoted Defect Density and Electrochemical Activity Correlations
Graphene-carbon Nanotube Aerogel As ‘Organic’ Thermoelectrochemical Energy Harvesters: Synthesis, Structure and Properties
Hierarchical Bulk Nanoporous Aluminum for On-board Hydrogen Generation by Hydrolysis
In Situ Irradiation Studies of Nanoporous Metals
In Situ TEM Study on the Radiation Response of Nanostructured Cu with Nanovoids
Laser Ablation Synthesis in Solution (LASiS) as a Facile Strategy for the Synthesis of Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) with Tunable Size and Morphology.
Magic Oxygen in Metallic Glasses: Tuning Cu-Ag Porous Nanomembrane into Nanoporous Ag-Cu@Ag Core-shell Alloy
Mechanical Properties of Metallic Nanocubes: Bimetallic Interfaces and Porosity
Mechanical Response of Au Nano-foams from Atomistic Simulations
Microfabricated Nanoporous Gold Morphology Libraries for the Study of Structure-property Relationships
Microstructure Evolution of Nanoporous Gold during Dealloying: Insights from Atomistic Modeling
Modified Gibson-Ashby Model Accounting for Network Coordination Derived from Stochastic Modeling of the Mechanical Behavior of Nanoporous Materials
N-53: Controllable Metal Nanostructures by Thermoplastic Drawing of Metallic Glasses
N-54: High-performance Hybrid Electrode Decorated by Well-aligned Nanograss Arrays for Glucose Sensing
N-55: Mechanical Behavior of Inverse Opals
N-56: Numerical Investigation of Structure-Property Relationship in Porous Materials in Terms of Morphology and Topology
N-57: Synthesis of Spherical Strontium Carbonate Powders by Hydrothermal Method
Nanoporous Au by Free-corrosion Dealloying in Water
New Nanoarchitected Materials via Liquid Metal Dealloying
Novel Deformation Mechanism of Small-volume Copper Containing High Density of Helium Bubbles
On the Structure-activity Correlation of Catalytic Nanoporous Gold
PH-Controlled Dealloying Route to Hierarchical Bulk Nanoporous Zn Derived from Metastable Alloy for Hydrogen Generation by Hydrolysis of Zn in Neutral Water
Processing and Mechanical Performance of Carbon-based Nano-architected Materials
Processing of Novel Pseudomorphic Cu-Mo Hierarchies in Thin Film Nanoarchitectures
Programmable Mechanical Metamaterials by Structural Hierarchy
Real-time USAXS and WAXS Studies of Morphology Evolution in 3D Nanoporous Gold during Electrochemical Dealloying
Shear Band Suppression in High-strength Cu/Mo Nanocomposites with Hierarchical Heterogeneous Structures
Solid-shell/Porous-core Amorphous Carbon Nanospheres
Synthesis of Mesoporous Copper Oxide (CuO) using Inverse Micelle Method for Non-enzymatic Biosensors
Tensile Behavior of Stitched Log-pile Cellular Structures Fabricated via Direct Laser Writing
Three-dimensional (3D) Nano-architected Meta-materials
Towards Digitally Controlled Hierarchical Nanoporous Architectures
Tunable and Multi-functional 3D Printed Mechanical Metamaterials

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