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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2018
Symposium Materials Science and Engineering of Earth Abundant Materials
Organizer(s) Jessica Rimsza, Sandia National Labs
Krishna Muralidharan, University of Arizona
Scope An overarching theme that unifies geoscientists, planetary scientists and materials scientists is their common interests in understanding and characterizing the structure-property-phase stability relations of a variety of earth-abundant oxide and non-oxide ceramics and glasses, when subjected to diverse chemical and thermal environments. In this regard, this symposium will focus on a wide range of topics pertaining to minerals and geoceramics that include but not restricted to
• Phase stability of multiphase, multicomponent systems,
• Transport properties of minerals and geoceramics and glasses (diffusion, viscosity, thermal, ionic and electrical conductivity)
• Materials at extreme pressure, chemical and thermal regimes
• Mineral-water interfaces,
• Mineral-organics interactions,
• Inorganic materials for radioactive waste and carbon sequestration,
• Geopolymers,
• Zeolites and porous materials.

Abstracts that integrate theory, modeling and simulations with experiments are particularly encouraged.
Abstracts Due 04/05/2018
Proceedings Plan Definite: At-meeting proceedings

An atomic-scale analysis and thermodynamic assessment of the first ceramics formed in the solar system
Bio-inspired catalysts from Earth abundant materials for the conversion of CO2 to fuel and chemicals
Microstructural behaviour of Ti6Al4V during room temperature deformation
NMR Characterization of MgO Engineered Barrier Materials
Selection of Aluminum alloy for casting defectless vacuum foaming and thermoforming molds using green sand foundry technology- an experimental approach.
V-segregation at (111) twins in MgAl2O4-spinel: A first-principles study

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