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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Bulk Metallic Glasses XVIII
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Peter K. Liaw, University of Tennessee
Yanfei Gao, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Hahn Choo, University of Tennessee
Yunfeng Shi, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Robert Maass, Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing (BAM)
Gongyao Wang, Globus Medical
Scope Bridge gap between theoretical developments and industrial applications of BMGs

Recently, novel fabrication methods have led to the production of metallic glass specimens with sizes on the order of 8 cm, which are aptly called bulk metallic glasses (BMGs). Importantly, BMGs could possess high fracture strengths, great fracture toughness and elasticity, and have the near-net-shaping fabrication potential. As such, there is a great interest in the industrial and additive manufacturing applications of BMGs with regards to mechanical, structural, and biomedical properties.

Some of the important topics to be explored:
(1) Essential links among theory, modeling, and experimental methods
(2) Applications of amorphous alloy catalysts in industry
(3) Additive manufacturing and three dimensional (3-D) printing techniques
(4) Nanoglasses and other composite bulk amorphous alloy nanostructures
(5) Bio-applications of BMGs
(6) Mechanical, corrosion, magnetic, electric, and thermal behavior
(7) Other industrial applications

Abstracts Due 07/20/2020
Proceedings Plan Planned:

Atomistic Characterization and Modeling of Corrosion in Al-based Amorphous Metals
Brittle-to-Ductile Transition in Metallic Glasses
Competing Effects of Topology and Chemical Bonding on Mechanical Properties of Metallic Glasses
Correlated Disorder Order in a Model Binary Glass
Demisability of Bulk Metallic Glasses for Potential Satellite Applications
Effect of Porosity Level on the Mechanical Properties of Bicontinuous Nanoporous Metallic Glasses
Effect of Porosity on Fracture Behavior of Porous Bulk Metallic Glasses
Effective Quantification of Liquid Structure in Metallic Alloys and its Relation to Glass-Forming Ability
Emerging Fractal Potential Energy Landscape as the Origin of Activation Volume in Metallic Glasses
Fabrication of Fe-based Metallic Glassy Microparts Through Unprecedented Processes
Fragility, Medium Range Order and Boson Peak in Liquids
Glass Forming Ability of the Cu-Zr Alloys: What Do We Learn from Molecular Dynamics Simulation?
Local Structure of the Al-RE Marginal Metallic Glasses Studied by Molecular Dynamics Simulation
Machine Learning from Elemental and Simulation Features for Predicting Glass Forming Ability
Measuring Metallic Glass Viscosities Over Wide Composition Ranges
Mechanical Behavior and Phase Stability of Ductile Metallic Glass Nanoparticles
Microscopic Description of Plasticity, Relaxation and Rejuvenation Using Anelastic Relaxation Spectra
Microstructure - Fracture Toughness Relationships in Bulk Metallic Glasses
Nanomolding Far and Close to Equilibrium
Non-destructive Probing of Internal Damage Processes in a Metallic Glass
Overview on Additive Manufacturing Techniques for Bulk Metallic Glasses
Selection and Testing of Bulk Metallic Glass Alloys for Space-based Mechanisms
Stress Breaks Universal Aging Behavior in a Metallic Glass
Structural Heterogeneities Dictate Strength and Fracture Toughness in a Zr-based Metallic Glass
Structural Relaxation and Mechanical Properties of Model Glass Systems at the Micro-second Timescale
Synthesis of Bulk Metallic Glass-alumina Composites with Intertwined Dendritic Structure
The Secondary Phase of Bulk Metallic Glass
Tracing Structural Dynamics in Metallic Glasses during Cryogenic Cycling
Ultrafast-calorimetry Experiments to Study Multistep Crystallization and Melting Pathways in Metals

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