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Meeting 2015 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium New Horizons for Mechanical Spectroscopy in Materials Science
Sponsorship TMS Functional Materials Division (formerly EMPMD)
TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Chemistry and Physics of Materials Committee
TMS: Computational Materials Science and Engineering Committee
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Nicolás Mujica, Universidad de Chile
Michael Demkowicz, MIT
Fernando Lund, Universidad de Chile
Alfredo Caro, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Scope Mechanical spectroscopy investigates materials behavior using acoustic techniques. It saw its heyday in the ‘60s and ‘70s, but recent advances in measurement, modeling, and characterization open up new possibilities in this field. Novel techniques such as Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy (RUS) and AFM-based local acoustic measurements enable high precision investigations of previously inaccessible phenomena. Atomistic and mesoscale modeling, high-resolution microscopy, and modern microstructure characterization methods offer new approaches for interpreting acoustic data. Judicious integration of measurement, modeling, and characterization may transform classical mechanical spectroscopy into a powerful tool for investigating the micromechanisms of material behavior.

This symposium will address emerging opportunities for applications of mechanical spectroscopy in materials science. Special emphasis will be given to new mechanical spectroscopy techniques, integration of mechanical spectroscopy with materials modeling, and applications to complex solids.

Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to:

- New or improved mechanical spectroscopy techniques, including RUS, Raman and Brillouin Scattering, AFM, and nano-indentation characterization
- Interpretation of mechanical spectroscopy data using atomistic and mesoscale models
- Validation of atomistic and mesoscale models using mechanical spectroscopy
- Characterization of defect densities, microstructures, and internal damage using mechanical spectroscopy
- In situ techniques to characterize deformation and micro-structural evolution
- Applications to complex materials, such as amorphous solids, nanocomposites, metamaterials, and soft matter

Invited speakers will include:
- Michael Atzmon, The University of Michigan
- Erik Bitzek, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
- Michael Carpenter, University of Cambridge
- Chiara Daraio, ETH Zürich
- Masahiko Hirao, Osaka University
- Liping Huang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- David Hurley, Idaho National Laboratory
- Michael Greenfield, University of Rhode Island
- Albert Migliori, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- John Page, University of Manitoba
- Ricardo Schwarz, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Anne Tanguy , University Lyon I
Abstracts Due 07/15/2014
Proceedings Plan Planned: A print-only volume
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Ab Initio Modeling of Internal Friction in Irradiated Zirconium
AFM Force Spectroscopy Experiments and Simulations of Fouling-Resistant Materials
Application of Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy to Film-Growth Monitoring on Quartz Substrate
Atomistic Investigation of Dynamic Dislocation Properties in FCC Metals
Elastic Moduli of Palladium Hydride Near the Tri-Critical Point
Elastic Stiffness of Cubic and Wurtzite Boron Nitride
Exploiting Resonances to Tailor the Acoustic Properties of Phononic Crystals and Metamaterials
Linear and Nonlinear Acoustic Lenses: From Sound Bullets to Acoustic Edge Detection
Magnetoelastic Coupling in Ferroic and Multiferroic Materials from Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy
Measurement of Plastic Deformation in Silica Glasses with Raman Spectroscopy: A Theoretical Study
Non-Destructive Bulk HCP Texture from Ultrasound: A Solution to the Inverse Problem
Physical Properties of Nuclear Fuel Surrogates Using Laser Ultrasonics
Relaxation-Time Spectra of Glasses
Resonance Ultrasound Microscopy for Imaging Young’s Modulus of Solids
Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy of Irradiated HT-9 Duct Material
Resonant Ultrasound Spectroscopy: An Odyssey in Measurement Science
RUS Measurements and FE Models of Nickel Superalloy Structures and Damage
Studies of Metal-Metal Interfaces
Studying Glass under Extreme Conditions Using In-Situ Brilloiuin and Raman Light Scattering
Ultrasound---Linear and Nonlinear---as a Quantitative Probe of Plasticity II: Experiments
Ultrasound---Linear and Nonlinear---As a Quantitative Probe of Plasticity I: Theory
Viscoelastic Properties of Model Bitumen Systems from Molecular Simulations
Viscoelasticity of Stepped Interfaces


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