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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Structure-Property Relationships of Bulk Metallic Glasses
Sponsorship TMS Structural Materials Division
TMS: Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee
Organizer(s) Sebastian A. Kube, University Of Wisconsin - Madison
Robert Maass, Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing (BAM)
Katharine M. Flores, Washington University in St. Louis
Yonghao Sun, The Chinese Academy of Sciences
A. Lindsay Greer, University of Cambridge
Peter Derlet, Paul Scherrer Institut
Scope Rapidly undercooling metallic liquids can bypass crystallization and lead to the formation of metals that lack atomic long-range order. Major advances in the fundamental understanding of glass formation and alloy design have promoted the development of so-called bulk metallic glasses, with critical casting thicknesses up to several centimeters. However, the characterization of structure, how it changes over time and with temperature, how it governs glass forming ability and crystallization, and how it determines mechanical behavior and physical properties, remains a major challenge. This symposium provides a platform to discuss the recent progress made on this front, and how this knowledge can be harnessed to design new metallic glass materials for advanced structural and functional applications.

The Structure-Property Relationships of Bulk Metallic Glasses symposium brings together a broad range of materials researchers for a technical exchange and a discussion of the scientific issues driving research in this field. The topics of interest include:

• Atomic structure and its link to properties
• Stability, structural relaxation, and crystallization
• Glass-forming ability and the glass transition
• Mechanical behavior and physical properties
• Atomistic simulations, modelling and theory

The symposium will emphasize experimental, computational, and theoretical aspects of the structure and properties of metallic glasses.

Abstracts Due 07/15/2023
Proceedings Plan Planned:

A General Framework for the Mechanical Response of Metallic Glasses during Strain-rate-dependent Uniaxial Compression
Are Metallic Glasses Brittle or Ductile?- A Framework for Plasticity in Metallic Glasses
Atomic-scale Dynamics in the Microplastic Regime of a Metallic Glass
Atomistically Informed STZ Modelling of the Softening Behavior of Bulk Metallic Glasses during Deformation
Bridging Necking and Shear-banding Mediated Tensile Failure in Glasses
Chemically-resolved Dynamics in Metallic Alloy Supercooled Liquids
Connecting Mechanical Properties of Oxide and Hybrid Glasses with Structure at Varying Length Scales
Controlling the Structure and Mechanical Properties of a Zr-based Bulk Metallic Glass via Laser Powder Bed Fusion
Coupling Structural, Chemical and Stress Fluctuations with Relaxation Dynamics in Metallic Glasses
Current Status and Prospects of Understanding Nanoscale Heterogeneity in Metallic Glasses Using Electron Nanodiffraction
D-39: High Temperature Tensile Creep Deformation in Bulk Metallic Glasses
D-40: Machine Learning Based 4D-STEM Analysis of Variation in Structural Heterogeneity in Zr-based Metallic Glasses
D-41: Mechanical Cycling-induced Evolution of Structure and Local Mechanical Properties in a Pd-Cu-Ni-P Bulk Metallic Glass
Dependence of the Nanometer-scale Structural Heterogeneity of a Bulk Metallic Glass on Its Fictive Temperature
Development of Zr-based Metallic Glasses to Utilize Thermoplastic Forming Processes for Engineering Plastics
Devitrification, Phase Transformations and Properties of Rapidly Annealed Metallic Glasses
Evidence of Pre-crystallization Structures in a Metallic Glass
Experimental Assessment of Local Environments in Metallic Glasses by 4D-STEM
Fabrication of Amorphous Metals In Space (FAMIS) NASA Flight Experiment
From Metallic Liquids to Metallic Glasses: In-situ Insights from Ultrafast Synchrotron X-ray Diffraction
Glass Formation in Binary Alloys Studied Through Combinatorial Sputtering
Hierarchically Phase-separated Metallic Glass: An X-ray Diffraction Computed Nanotomography Study
Identifying the Defects in Amorphous Solids that Generate Non-affine Displacement Fields in Response to Globally Applied Shear
Influence of Strain Rate on Compressive Deformation Behavior of Pt-Cu-Ni-P Bulk Metallic Glass
Interpreting String-excitations as Beta Relaxations in a Model Glass
Investigation of Fe-based Metallic Glasses Combining High-Energy In-situ X-ray Diffraction and Fast Calorimetry: Challenges and Opportunities
Learned Structure of Metallic Glass: a Parametric Molecular Dynamics Study
Machine Learning Predictions of Glass Forming Ability
Medium-range Order in Metallic Glasses
Novel Nucleation Model for Primary Crystallization in Al-based Metallic Glass
Novel a Priori<\I> CalPhaD-based Screening for Glass-forming Ability: Development of a New 18K Gold-based BMG
On the Size Dependent Vitrification of Metallic Glasses
Prediction, Synthesis, and Characterization of Refractory Metallic Glass Powders
Processing Dependent Elastic Heterogeneities in Bulk Metallic Glasses
Rejuvenation of Metallic Glass through Memory Effect
Role of Medium-range Order in Atomic Dynamics of Liquid and Glass
Shear-band Cavitation Determines the Shape of the Stress-strain Curve of Metallic Glasses
Size-effects in Deformation of Rejuvenated and Annealed Metallic Glass
Spatial Evolution of Structural Motif Populations in Metallic Glasses during Shear Deformation
Strain-enhanced Crystallization of Amorphous Hard-sphere Aggregates in Colloidal Gels
Stress-accelerated Relaxation and Energy Dissipation in Metallic Glasses Revealed by Its Fractal Energy Landscape
Structural Response of Amorphous Solids to Elastic Strains
Super Elastic Strain Limit in Metallic Glass Films
Synchrotron X-ray Study of the Extreme Rejuvenation of Bulk Metallic Glasses by Triaxial Compression
Tailoring Structure, Residual Stresses and Heterogeneity in Metallic Glasses
The L–G Phase Transition in Binary Cu–Zr Metallic Liquids
The Mechanical Heterogeneity of Metallic Glasses
Three-dimensional Atomic Structure of Amorphous Materials
Tracking the Evolution of Local Strain Fields in Tailored Metallic Glass Composites during In-situ Deformation in the TEM
Transition from Collective to Individual Atomic Transport in Nanosized Amorphous Metals

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