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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Engineering Ceramics: Microstructure-Property-Performance Relations and Applications
Sponsorship ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division
Organizer(s) Young-Wook Kim, University of Seoul
Hua-Tay Lin, Guangdong University of Technology
Junichi Tatami, Yokohama National University
Michael C. Halbig, NASA Glenn Research Center
Scope Engineering ceramics offer unique combinations of properties that have the potential to fulfill the increased demands of material needs in structural and functional applications, such as those in the aerospace, automotive, energy, engineering, environment, and microelectronics industries. This symposium will provide a broader forum for academia, scientists, engineers, and students from around the world to present and discuss their recent advances and developments in the areas of microstructure-property-performance relations, mechanical, thermal, electrical, optical properties, oxidation, and corrosion behavior, and applications of engineering and functional ceramics.

This symposium would bring together scientists and engineers working on various aspects of the engineering ceramics to discuss and exchange the latest developments.
The target audience for this symposium will be engineering ceramics manufacturers, scientists, engineers, graduate students and technologists from the industries, national and corporate research laboratories, universities, etc.

Session Topics:

Topics include, but are not limited to:
• Processing of Engineering Ceramics
• Microstructure-property-performance relations
• Microstructure Control
• Mechanical Properties
• Thermal Properties
• Electrical Properties
• Optical Properties
• Corrosion and Oxidation Behavior
• Applications

Abstracts Due 05/08/2023

A Backbone Polymer Investigation into the Impact of α-Al2O3 Particulate Morphology on the Rheological Properties of High Ceramic Solid Loading Slips for Slip Casting
Al2O3-WC Ceramic Composites with Extremely Improved Mechanical Strength by Interfacial Segregation of Dilute Dopants
Comparison of Alternate Methods of Fracture Toughness Determination via Strength Analysis
D-11: Glass Foams Produced from Glass Waste with No CO2 Emission in the Foaming Process
Degradation of SOEC Air Electrodes After Sintering
Densification, Microstructure, and Thermal Properties of Zirconium Diboride (ZrB2) with Carbon Additions
Design and Processing of Advanced Glass and Ceramics for Energy Conversion: Challenges and Perspectives
Designing Novel Dielectric Composites with High Thermal Conductivity via Cold Sintering
Developing Defect Pyrochlores with Low Thermal Conductivity
Development of Binary B4C-TiB2 and Ternary B4C-SiC-TiB2 Ceramic-matrix Composites for Armor Applications
Fabrication of High Strength Alumina with Residual Stress by EPD in Strong Magnetic Field
Grain Boundary Atomic Structures, Segregation, Diffusion and Migration in Al2O3
Heterointerface and Grain Boundary Energies, Chemical Segregation, and Their Influence on Microstructure in Multiphase Ceramics
In Situ Observations of Local Atomic Behavior Upon Deformation and Fracture Phenomena in Ceramic Materials
Mechanical and Thermal Properties and Plasma Resistance of Y-Al-O-Based Ceramics
Mechanical, Thermal and Oxidation Properties of Al4SiC4/Y3Al5O12 Ceramics
Porous Silicon Nitride Ceramics for RF Radomes Fabricated by Slip Casting
Stereolithographic Additive Manufacturing of Ceramic Components with Functionally Geometric Structures
Strategy to Estimate Mechanical Properties of Engineering Ceramics by Using AI-determined Grain Information and Simulation
Synthesis and Microstructural Evolution of Novel Polymer-Derived Silicon Oxycarbide – Exfoliated Montmorillonite Ceramic Nanocomposites
Thermal Property and Corrosion Resistance of Xenotime-type Rare Earth Phosphates for Environmental Barrier Coatings
Two Step Sintering of Calcined Alumina Formed by Different Methods
Unique Route to Grow Oxide Single-crystals Electrochemically

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