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Meeting 2025 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advances in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials
Organizer(s) Matthew J. Kramer, Ames Laboratory
Eric Theisen, Energy & Environmental Research Center
Yaroslav Mudryk, Ames National Laboratory
Daniel Jaramillo Salazar , BC Materials
Scope This symposium focuses on structure, processing, and performance interrelationships for soft and hard magnetic materials, thin film magnetism, novel magnetic materials as well as functional aspects of magnetic phenomena: calorics, magnetoelastic, multiferroic, and magnetostrictive. The scope includes new material compositions, novel phenomena in magnetic materials, novel and advanced characterization approaches, processing methods and application driven magnetic component design for energy conversion, sensors, and actuators. We also encourage topics that focus on the economic and supply chain impacts related to magnetic materials manufacturing. Separate symposia exist for work related to additively manufactured magnetic materials, so this topic is not within the scope of this symposium.

Topics of particular interest include:
1. Emerging and established manufacturing methods a) bulk manufacturing of advanced magnetic materials, b) thermal-mechanical / thermal-magnetic processing, c) energy dense processing using RF, microwave, high pressure or high magnetic fields.
2. Magnetic materials for energy, sustainability, recycling, impacting climate change and environmental impact.
3. Manufacturing methods for advanced amorphous and electrical steels.
4. Phase transformations with large caloric effects, manipulation of transition temperatures and hysteresis, and theoretical tools to design better caloric materials..
5. Advanced characterization techniques, including neutron and synchrotron radiation, to study magnetic materials.
6. Ab-initio, micromagnetic, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and accelerated development techniques to predict new magnetic materials and optimize their properties.

Abstracts Due 07/01/2024
Proceedings Plan Undecided
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