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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Self-organizing Nano-architectured Materials
Organizer(s) Yu-chen Karen Chen-Wiegart, Stony Brook University / Brookhaven National Laboratory
Ian McCue, Northwestern University
Erica Thea Lilleodden, Helmholtz-Zentrum hereon
Pierre-Antoine Geslin, CNRS / INSA-Lyon
Qing Chen, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Scope Nano-architectured materials are solids comprising features smaller than ~100 nm. The continued development of new synthesis and processing methods are pushing the state-of-art on achievable morphologies, microstructures and functionalities of these materials. Often, these novel materials present very high surface to volume ratios, geometric features of dimensions at the same scale of microstructural elements, and high populations of bulk and interfacial defects, all of which present challenges to the understanding and prediction of the governing processing-structure-property relationships. This symposium thus aims to provide a platform for the presentation of new results and dynamic discussions regarding nano-architectured materials, including materials with nanopores, nano-composites, nano-crystalline, nano-laminates, and hierarchical structures. A joint session has been planned together with the "2022 Symposium on Functional Nanomaterials: Functional Low-Dimensional (0D, 1D, 2D) Materials."

Topics of interests include, but are not limited to:

• New routes for synthesis and processing, e.g., dealloying, 3D printing, freeze-casting, templating, self-assembling.
• Theoretical (thermodynamics and kinetics) and computational methods to understand and predict the processing-structure-property relationships in these materials, e.g. their morphological evolutions and their mechanical properties.
• Advanced characterization methods, e.g., tomography, diffraction/scattering, spectroscopy, micromechanical testing, in situ approaches, advanced electron microscopy and X-ray analysis.
• Data-science driven materials design and processing-structure-property prediction
• Applications of nano-architectured materials, such as catalysis, energy storage-conversion, sensors, actuators, and bio-technology.

Abstracts Due 07/19/2021
Proceedings Plan Undecided

3-Dimensionally Ordered Interpenetrating Tungsten-Silicon Oxycarbide Nanocomposites for High-Temperature Applications
3D interconnected heterostructured composites with tensile ductility produced by liquid metal dealloying
3D Printing of Biomimetic Hierarchical Architectures by Integration of Self-Organized Nanoporous Materials
A general elastic model for self-assembled metal-oxide Vertical Aligned Nanocomposite (VAN) thin films
A machine-learning augmented framework to design self-organizing nano-architectured thin films via solid-state interfacial dealloying
Additive Manufacturing of Nanoporous Nanostructures
Anomalously low modulus of the interpenetrating-phase composites synthesized by liquid metal dealloying
Architected nanocomposites with exceptional energy dissipation
Bicontinuous structure formation by peritectic melting
Biomineralized nanocomposites: hierarchical structural designs, mechanical properties, and multifunctionality
Centimeter-scale crack-free self-assembly for ultra-high tensile strength metallic nanolattices
Characterization of Dealloyed Gradient Nanoporous Foams
Characterization of Particle Impact and Pore Formation in Directed Energy Deposition via In-situ, Highspeed Imaging and Micro X-ray Computed Tomography
Coarsening Mechanisms in Surface-doped Nanoporous Metals
Composite hierarchical structures
Coupled Coarsening and Dissolution Kinetics during Liquid Metal Dealloying
Elasto-plastic NiTi nanofoams for potential elastocaloric cooling applications using molecular dynamics
Elucidating the Kinetics for Three-dimensional Bicontinuous Structures Formation in Molten Salt Dealloying via In Situ Synchrotron X-ray Nano-tomography
Fabrication, Integration, and Performance of Nanoporous Metals In Electrochemical Energy Devices
Finite-size effects in the fracture of nanoporous gold
Grain boundary effects in liquid metal dealloying: a phase field study
Grain Boundary Formation Through Particle Detachment During Coarsening of Nanoporous Metals
Hierarchical Grain Structure in Low Stacking-fault Energy Metals for Highly Tough Nanoporous Metal
Hierarchical Morphologies in Co-Sputter Deposited Thin Films
Hierarchically Porous Gold via 3D Printing and Dealloying for Selective Electrochemical Reduction of CO2 to CO with Enhanced Mass Transport
High energy and power density batteries enabled by electrodeposition and self-assembly
In-situ diffraction & scattering studies: controlling dealloying reactions in Au-Cu alloys
In-Situ Observation of Ligament Coarsening in Nanoporous Gold
In situ transmission electron microscopy to explore localized deformation behavior in nano-architectured metallic materials
Kinetic Monte-Carlo Simulations of Vapor Phase Dealloying
Kinetics of peritectic melting
liquid metal dealloying of metallic powders
Liquid metal dealloying: formation and coarsening
Magnetic Nanopillars by Self-Assembled Block Copolymer Templating
Mechanical Behavior of Nanoporous Gold with Ligament-size Effect under Tension and Compression
Mechanical Properties of Two Photon Lithographed Structures Made Using Nanocluster-based Resins
Microporous nanoparticle emulsion thermosets for multi-material, multifunctional porous nano-composites
Nanoporous Gold: From an Ancient Material to Biomedical Devices
Nanoporous Materials for Energy and Environmental Applications
Nanoporous Nanoparticles: From Catalysis to 3D Printing
Nanoporous Refractory Multi-Principal Element Alloy Thin Films for Higher Temperature Application Fabricated by Vacuum Thermal Dealloying
Network Nanostructures by Dealloying – Connectivity and Mechanics
Oriented nanoporous metal via reduction-induced decomposition
Persistence of crystal orientations across sub-micron-scale “super-grains” in self-organized Cu-W nanocomposites
Powder-based Dealloying: Scalable Synthesis of Porous Refractory Alloys
Process-structure relationships in nanoporous gold dealloying and sources of its synthesis variability
Processing of nanoporous FeCr by liquid metal dealloying technique observed by in situ Xray tomography and Xray diffraction
Programming Self-Assembly of Designed Nano-Architectured Materials
Quasi-Periodic Nanoarchitectures in Eutectic Thin Films: Lengthscales and Inherent Instabilities
Self-organizing gradient nanostructures via chemical heterogeneities
Strain response of nanoporous gold/polypyrrole electrochemical actuators under loads
Superinsulation nanoporous material, silica and biosourced aerogels observed in 3D down to the nanoscale with electron tomography
Synthesis and catalytical properties of nanoporous copper silver films via magnetron co-sputtering
Time-dependent power law function for the chemical coarsening of nanoporous gold derived using small-angle X-ray scattering
Unveiling phase transition in solid-state dealloyed thin films using autonomous synchrotron X-ray characterization

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