||This symposium follows the now well established symposium series “Frontiers in Solidification”. It is intended to present latest results of modeling of solidification microstructures such as solid liquid interfaces and their anisotropies, nucleation phenomena, morphological instabilities, dendrites, eutectics, peritectics, fluid flow effects, segregation and defects. The main objective of this symposium is to present research results from the interface between phenomena at different length scales (atomistic, microscopic, macroscopic), and from theoretical physics to industrial solutions, all using various theoretical approaches. In order to verify the results of the models, quantitative experiments are essential and will represent an important part of the presentations.
Symposium mostly by invitation, poster presentations welcome.