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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium 2019 Technical Division Student Poster Contest
Sponsorship TMS Extraction and Processing Division
TMS Functional Materials Division
TMS Light Metals Division
TMS Materials Processing and Manufacturing Division
TMS Structural Materials Division
Organizer(s) TMS Administration
Scope The five technical divisions of TMS are pleased to sponsor the student poster contest held each year at the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition. Both undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to participate in this dynamic and interactive event.
Contest qualifications in addition to developing poster presentations of technical interest to individuals in the various technical divisions, participants must satisfy the following qualifications:
* Authors must be full-time students who are pursuing undergraduate or graduate degrees.
* Authors must register to attend the TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition and be present to put-up and take-down the posters.
* Authors must be present during a scheduled “Exhibit Showing” (similar to a science fair) to answer questions and discuss their work.
* Each author may use up to a 114 cm x 114 cm (45” x 45”) space. If poster exceeds this space, it will be neither presented nor eligible for contest. (Authors are assigned display numbers prior to the conference to designate where presentations should be posted.)
* Visual aids that could clarify the results of your own work are encouraged. Do not, however, post your paper text. Graphics should be simple, colorful, well labeled and clear. The title should be written in letters 2 cm (3/4") to 5 cm (2") high, and all material should be readable from a distance of 2 m (6').
Indicate whether you are a graduate student or an undergraduate student as this is a requirement. Your abstract will be rejected if you do not complete this field.
Abstracts Due 12/17/2018
Proceedings Plan Undecided

SPG-10: Mechanical Behavior of Novel Al3BC/Al Composites via Micropillar Compression
SPG-11: Modeling of the Effect of Porosities and Powder Particle of Additive Manufacturing Materials
SPG-12: Oxidation of AlMgSi Alloys in CO2-Air Atmospheres
SPG-13: Study of Confined Rolling of Magnesium Alloys to Improve Mechanical Properties
SPG-14: Ultrastrong, Deformable and Thermally Stable Nanosrtructured Al Alloy Coatings with Solute Supersaturation
SPG-15: Aluminizing of Austenitic Stainless Steel - Thermodynamic and Kinetic Modeling
SPG-16: Characterization of Steel Powder Produced from Battlefield Scrap for Additive Manufacturing.
SPG-17: Effect of Heat Treatment on Selective Laser Melted Alloy 625: Microstructure and Corrosion Behavior
SPG-19: Extrusion Based 3D Printing of Metallic and Ceramic Scaffolds Using Particle-based Liquid Inks
SPG-1: Dissolution Behavior of ZnFe2O4-Fe3O4 Spinel Solid Solutions in Acid
SPG-20: Fabrication of Ni-Ti-Zr Shape Memory Microwires via Co-deposition of Ti and Zr on Pure Ni Wires
SPG-21: Improving the Microstructure of LPBF IN718 through Supersolvus Solution Treatment
SPG-22: Mini-fatigue Testing of a Laser Additive Manufactured IN-625 Alloy
SPG-23: Predictive Finite Element Simulations of Grain Growth
SPG-24: Probabilistic Methodology for the Analysis and Reconstruction ofParent Microstructures from EBSD Maps of Transformation Products
SPG-25: Study of Al11Ce3 Distribution in Aluminum Matrix Produced via Centrifugal Casting
SPG-26: The Effect of Secondary Phases, Grain Orientations, and Grain Boundaries on the Nanomechanical Behavior of Rapidly Solidified Al Alloyed Powders
SPG-27: Uncertainty Quantification of FEM Simulations for the Material Performance of Extruded Ferritic Steel
SPG-28: Creep Behavior of a Precipitation Hardened Complex Concentrated Alloy
SPG-29: Development of Fe-9Cr ODS Alloy via High Energy Ball Milling and Spark Plasma Sintering for Fast Reactor Cladding Material
SPG-2: Optimization of Platinum Leaching from Spent Catalysts Using Response Surface Methodology
SPG-30: Digital Volume Correlation Applied in Strain Mapping of Shoulder Bone Under Loading
SPG-31: Hydrogen Behaviour in a Duplex Stainless Steel
SPG-32: Influence of γ’–γ’’ Co-precipitation on the Mechanical Properties and Coarsening Kinetics of IN718 Variant Superalloys
SPG-33: Interfacial Reactions in the Sn-9Zn Solder and Cu-Be Alloy (Alloy 25) Couples
SPG-34: Machine Learning Predictions of Irradiation Embrittlement
SPG-35: Magnetic and Nanostructural Investigation of Magnetite Nanoparticles at High-Temperatures up to 800 C for Nuclear Applications
SPG-37: Multi-scale Mechanical Behavior of Three-dimensional Graphene Foam-based Shape Memory Epoxy Composites
SPG-38: Predicting Complete Microstructural Evolution in Ni-based Single Crystal Superalloys
SPG-39: Prediction of Metallic Glass Formation Regions of the Al-Ni-Zr Ternary System Using Calculation of Phase Diagram Method
SPG-3: Thermochemical and Electrochemical Properties of Nd-Bi Alloys by Electromotive Force and Complementary Measurements
SPG-40: Properties and Performance of Additive Manufactured Titanium with TiB Reinforcement
SPG-41: Self-consistent Description of Metastable Phase Competition during Devitrification of Al-Sm Binary Alloy
SPG-42: Thermal Stability of Ultrafine-grained FeCrAl Alloy Processed by Equal-channel Angular Pressing or High-pressure Torsion
SPG-4: A First-principles Exploration of the Effects of Supercell Size, Exchange-correlation Functional, and Vibrational Entropy on Self-diffusion in FCC Metals
SPG-6: Thickness Controlled Graphene Growth on Textured Cu-Ni (CuxNi1-x, x = 0.5 – 1.0) Alloy Foils
SPG-7: Conventional and Low Phosphorous Ceramic Foam Filters (CFFs) - Chemical Reactivity and Thermal Stability
SPG-8: Effect of Elastic/Plastic Strain on Corrosion Behavior of Aluminum Alloy 7075
SPG-9: Formation of Alumina Rafts in a Lab Scale Furnace
SPU-10: Heat Treatment Optimization of Al-Ce Based Alloys Using Differential Scanning Calorimetry
SPU-11: The Effect of Fibrous Geometry on Thermomechanical Behavior of Phenolic Impregnated Carbon Ablators for Use in Thermal Protection Systems
SPU-12: Alginate Particle Fabrication Using Vibration Assisted Drop Generation
SPU-13: Anodizing Bicycle Spokes in Hot Sodium Hydroxide
SPU-14: Fabrication of a Porous Zn Metal Via Selective Dissolution of an Al-Zn Alloy in NaOH Aqueous Solutions
SPU-15: Improvements to the Production of Tungsten Carbide through the Mathematical Modeling and Statistical Optimization of Production Parameters
SPU-16: Investigation of the Effect of Laser Power on Defects, Texture, and Tensile Behavior of Additively Manufactured 316L Stainless Steel Using In-situ Synchrotron X-ray Computed Tomography and Diffraction
SPU-17: Size Effect in Microparticle Impact Bonding
SPU-18: Diffusion within the 14-Frequency Model in Silver
SPU-19: Fabrication of Aluminum Welding Fillers Reinforced with Niobium Diboride Nanoparticles for Aerospace Applications
SPU-20: Identifying Damage Initiation of Woven Fiberglass Composites Under Compression
SPU-21: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Al0.4CoCrFeNi High Entropy Alloy
SPU-22: Study of Dopants in U-Zr Metallic Fuels for Limiting Fuel-Cladding-Chemical-Interaction
SPU-23: Developing a Compact Neutron Beam Radiography and 3D Tomography System for Non-Destructive Material Characterization
SPU-24: Enhanced Efficiency of Non-toxic, Easily-processable BiI3 Thin Film Solar Cells Using Close-space Sublimation to Achieve Highly Controllable Crystal Orientation
SPU-25: Metal Oxide Photoelectrodes for Water Decontamination
SPU-2: Atomic and Electronic Structure of Perovskite Surface and Interfaces for Photovoltaic Applications
SPU-3: Coating Porous-wall, Hollow Glass Microspheres for Security Printing Applications
SPU-4: Effect of Varying Time and Temperature on Carbon Nanotube Growth
SPU-5: Electrodeposition of Tungsten Oxide Hydrates on 2D and 3D Substrates for High Power Electrochemical Energy Storage
SPU-6: Exploring Different Methods to Increase Efficiency of CZTS for Solar Cell Applications
SPU-8: The Effect of the Substrate on the MoS2 Catalyzed Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
SPU-9: Aluminum-cerium Alloys Treated with Niobium Diboride Nanoparticles for Aerospace Applications

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