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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium 2021 Technical Division Student Poster Contest
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 12/11/2020
Proceedings Plan Undecided

A Flexible Aqueous Rechargeable Battery Operating Over an Extended Temperature Range
Batteries Made with Calcium Could Be Better for Electric Cars or Storing Renewable Energy
Comparison of Laser Diffraction and Image Analysis Techniques for Particle Size-Shape Characterization in Additive Manufacturing Applications
Degradation Characterization in Low Cobalt Lithium-ion Intercalation Cathodes
First Principles Study of Sigma Phase Destabilization in Compositionally-complex Stainless Steel Alloys
Investigation of Mechanical Properties and Microstructure in Additively Manufactured Austenitic 316L Stainless Steel
Mechanical and Microstructural Properties of FeCrAl Accident Tolerant Fuels Cladding Subjected to Flow Boiling CHF Testing
Mechanical Behavior of Thermally Stable, Hierarchical Ni-Y Alloys
Micro-structure Dependent Nano-scratch Behavior in Additively Manufactured Inconel 718
Nano-mechanical Behavior of Advanced Structural Alloys
Prediction and Testing of Hot Cracking Susceptibility during Local Melting in Binary and Multi Component Aluminum Alloys
Solidification and Defects Structure Evolution in Metal Additive Manufacturing via Molecular Dynamics Simulations
Using Distribution of Relaxation Times Analysis and Microstructural Characterization to Quantify the Effects of Nanoparticle Infiltrants on the Catalytic Activity of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anodes
Utilizing Advanced Manufacturing for the Development of Advanced In-pile Sensors and Instrumentation
Utilizing CALPHAD Methods to Determine Phases in a Compositionally Complex Fe-Cr-based Alloy

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