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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Mesoscale Phenomena in Functional Polycrystals and Their Nanostructures
Sponsorship ACerS Electronics Division
Organizer(s) Serge Nakhmanson, University of Connecticut
Edward P. Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory
James A. Wollmershauser, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Seungbum Hong, KAIST
Javier E. Garay, University of California - San Diego
Pierre-Eymeric Janolin, CentraleSupélec
Ilya Sochnikov, University of Connecticut
Scope Mesoscopic phenomena span length scales that are considerably larger than atomic-bond distances, but small enough that classical continuum physics with averaged materials properties and behavior does not apply. The involved physical and chemical processes are bridging quantum-mechanical and continuum materials descriptions. Better understanding and control of these phenomena is critically important for improving the design, fabrication methods and functional performance of novel nano- and micro-structured materials. Many such systems exhibit intriguing behavior with nontrivial dependence of their mechanical, dielectric, magnetic, optical and transport properties on shape, size, morphology and anisotropy of their constituent components. This symposium brings together experts from academia, industry, and national laboratories to discuss the current state-of-the-art in theoretical modeling, synthesis, characterization, processing and applications of functional polycrystalline materials, as well as related nanostructures and nanocomposites.
Abstracts Due 05/08/2023

Acoustic Phonon Spectra Modification and Light Emission Properties of Rare Earth Doped Polycrystalline Alumina
Bidirectional Dynamic Mechanical Writing of Polar Bubbles
Causality and Machine Learning Models of Ferroics From Atomistic Simulations
Characterization of Phase and Domain Switching in Sn-doped BCZT Piezoceramics with Large Electromechanical Strains
Computer Simulation as a Tool to Optimize Electronic Conduction.
D-17: Alchemy of Graphite: The Many Faces of Coal
D-18: High-throughput Approach for Predicting Optical Properties of Crystals
D-19: Numerical Analysis of the Influence of the Second-phase Particle Morphology on the Alloy Microstructure Evolution
Enhanced Electron Transport in Metal-Carbon Composites
Heat-assisted Ferroelectric Reading for High Speed Ultrahigh-density Ferroelectric Data Storage
Hierarchical Ceramic Composites for Ultra-high Temperature Applications
Liquid Crystalline Diffractive Waveplates: Ultrathin, Planar Optics
Mesoscale Dipoles via Strain Induced Correlations in an Atomic-layer Superlattice
Modeling Local Dielectric Dispersion in Ferroelectric BaTiO3 with Domain Walls
Modeling Thermoelectric Figure of Merit in Complex Materials at Mesoscale
Optical Behavior and Electro-optic Performance in Fine Grained Lead-free Ceramics
Optical Properties of Chalcophosphate Materials in the Visible and Infrared Range
Strain-tuned Quantum Materials
Structure Property Relationships in Complex, Multi-phase, Polycrystalline Materials

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