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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Nano-architectured Metallic Materials
Organizer(s) Yu-chen Karen Chen-Wiegart, Stony Brook University / Brookhaven National Laboratory
Ian McCue, Northwestern University
Erica Thea Lilleodden, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht
Pierre-Antoine Geslin, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées - Lyon
Qing Chen, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
Scope Nano-architectured metallic materials are metal-based 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 metallic materials, including metals 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 metallic materials, such as catalysis, energy storage-conversion, sensors, actuators, and bio-technology.

Abstracts Due 07/01/2021
Proceedings Plan Undecided
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