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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution
Organizer(s) Ashley Elizabeth Paz y Puente, University of Cincinnati
Mark Aindow, University of Connecticut
Sophie Primig, University of New South Wales
Eric J. Payton, University of Cincinnati
Le Zhou, Marquette University
Sriswaroop Dasari, University of North Texas
Ramasis Goswami, Naval Research Laboratory
Megumi Kawasaki, Oregon State University
Joshua J. Mueller, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Scope Phase transformation is one of the most effective and efficient means to produce desired microstructures in materials for various applications. This symposium is a continuation of a series of annual TMS symposia focusing on phase transformations and microstructural evolution during materials processing or under service conditions. It intends to bring together experimental, theoretical and computational experts to assess the current status of theories of phase transformations and microstructure evolution primarily in the solid states. In addition to fundamental understanding of the mechanisms underlying phase transformations and microstructure evolution, attention will also be given to microstructure engineering using emerging processing/manufacturing techniques to fabricate advanced materials for both structural and functional applications.

The topics of choice for this year include, but are not limited to:
1) Phase transformations in steels and ferrous alloys, non-ferrous alloys (such as Ti, Ni, Al, Zr), ceramics, semiconductors and other materials for both structural and functional applications;
2)Phase transformations and microstructure evolution in high-entropy alloys (HEA)
3) Phase transformations under far-from-equilibrium processing conditions or complex thermal histories;
4) Advanced defect engineering technique assisted by phase transformation;
5) Understanding transformation pathways and metastable microstructures in solid phase processing of materials using shear deformation;
6) The application of data science, simulation tools, and advanced characterization techniques (both in-situ and ex-situ) in understanding and discovery of transformation pathway and microstructure signature along it during phase transformations.

Abstracts Due 07/01/2023
Proceedings Plan Undecided
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