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Meeting MS&T22: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Advances in Surface Engineering
Sponsorship TMS Surface Engineering Committee
Organizer(s) Rajeswaran Radhakrishnan, Faraday Technology Inc
Timothy Hall, Faraday Technology Inc
Michael D. Roach, University of Mississippi Medical Center
Sandip P. Harimkar, Oklahoma State University
Tushar M. Borkar, Cleveland State University
Rajeev K. Gupta, North Carolina State University
Bharat K. Jasthi, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Scope This symposium aims to provide a forum for reporting novel surface engineering methods for introduction of useful properties, and for advanced methods of evaluating such properties. In particular, it will emphasize advanced scalable processing methods, suitable for implementation in an industrial setting. The symposium is envisioned to encompass surface engineering methods as separated into two broad categories, surface decoration and surface structure modification and evaluation. Decoration approaches would include application of particles (CNTs; metal, oxide, ceramic, or plastic particles; etc.) or films (e.g., graphene/reduced graphene oxide, functionally-graded coatings, particle-included coatings, laminate coatings, ceramic coatings, etc.) to substrates, whereas surface structure modification and evaluation approaches for wrought or additively manufactured materials would include roughening, polishing, anodizing, deburring, etching (e.g., through photolithographic masks), micromachining, etc. A wide range of functional properties could be imparted by such modifications, in categories including mechanical (tribological, tribocorrosive), physical (hydrophobicity, hydrophilicity), chemical (catalysis, corrosion resistance), electrochemical (electrocatalysis, surface area enhancement), and electrical (insulative, as by oxides; conductive, as by graphene/reduced graphene oxide). It is envisioned that these enhanced properties will be relevant to areas of application including engines, high energy physics, capacitors, batteries, biomedical implants, fuel cell electrodes and balance of plant components, and many others.
Abstracts Due 05/15/2022
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Control of Tin Coating Properties Using Pulse and Pulse Reverse Electrodeposition
Electrochemical Finishing of Mo Feedhorn Arrays
Electrochemical Machining of Steel and Refractory Alloys
Graded Coatings of IN 625 Alloy Reinforced with Ni3Al Precipitates Processed In-situ
In Situ Formation of Titanium Carbide during Surface Modification of Steel via TIG Arcing
Irreversible Bonding of Polymer-based Microfluidic Systems to Support Biological Experiments on the International Space Station (ISS)
Multiscale Surface Structure Formation on Fused Silica by Ultrafast Lasers
Surface Modification of Low Carbon Steel via In Situ Formed Tantalum Carbide through Tungsten Inert Gas Arcing
Surface Modification of Ti-6Al-4V for Dust Adhesion Mitigation in Lunar Environment
The Impact of Viscosity on Coating Atomization Patterns and Paint Lay Down


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