||This symposium focuses on ICME case studies and experimental validation of materials for extreme environments. We are seeking abstracts in the following general topic areas, including but not limited to:
° Developing and validating ICME approaches for material design, manufacturing process development (including advanced manufacturing techniques), mechanical behavior (e.g., tensile and creep), and environmental performance (e.g., corrosion and/or oxidation resistance).
° Performing critical experiments to fill knowledge gaps for physics-based, mechanistic process-structure-property models, elucidating the relationship between environment and the evolution of microstructure.
°Developing methods to expedite verification and validation testing of materials for extreme environments and relevant performance models under representative extreme environments.
° Demonstrate how this approach can be applied to novel alloys (e.g., high entropy alloys), critical alloy systems (e.g., Ni-based alloys), coatings, novel extreme environments (e.g., supercritical CO2), and/or novel product forms (e.g., thin sheet materials).
The proposed four sessions will be carried out over two full days, with morning and afternoon sessions each day. Throughout the four sessions, we anticipate about 30 oral presentations, with 4-8 of those being keynote presentations.