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Meeting MS&T23: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium 15th Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing
Sponsorship ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division
Organizer(s) Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota
Mritunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute
Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technololgy
Enrico Bernardo, University of Padova
Rajiv Asthana, University of Wisconsin
Yiquan Wu, Alfred University
Zhengyi Fu, Wuhan University of Technology
Allen Apblett, Oklahoma State University
Scope Sustainable development interlinked with circular economy is globally recognized as a critical issue for the future growth and well being of our society. Some of the key challenges are, (a) population growth in cities, (b) huge amount of waste which must be disposed in landfills or incinerated , (c) the rapid usage and depletion of natural resources and environment (fossil fuels, minerals, water scarcity etc.), (d) declining quality of infrastructure, (e) extraordinary amount of carbon dioxide emissions, and (f) climate change, among others. Therefore, “green” or environmentally benign technologies have been a major focus of study by materials scientists and engineers worldwide. Generally two issues are important in this area. One is to avoid unnecessary use and generation of compounds directly hazardous to human health and the environment, such as heavy metals and organic pollutants. The other is to protect the global environment by reducing energy consumption and conserving natural resources during fabrication and manufacturing processes. The volumes of consumed raw materials, used energy (or emitted carbon dioxide), and disposed wastes are indicative of sustainability of the process and must be minimized.

Keeping these critical aspects in view, this international symposium deals with a variety of green and sustainable technologies related to materials manufacturing and processing, that are industrially and technologically feasible. Topics to be discussed in this symposium include environmental impact of materials including products and processes; development of alternative technologies; waste minimization technologies; and development of instrumentation and control systems. Topics will also include the identification of green manufacturing opportunities and/or up-front solutions to environmental problems in these or related processes as well as recent initiatives and developments in education in “green engineering and sustainability.”

Proposed Session Topic

•Environmentally benign materials, products, and processes
• Alternative manufacturing processes with lower environmental burden
• Nanotechnology for environmental remediation and protection
• Low temperature aqueous synthesis and processing, colloidal processing
• Energy saving forming/sintering technologies
• Additive manufacturing, 3D printing, and sustainability
• Microwave assisted processing and energy efficient technologies
• Waste minimization and materials recycling technologies
• Education in green engineering and sustainability
• Environmental monitoring and testing
• Life cycle analysis of materials and products
• Materials design and selection to reduce environmental impact
• Bioplastics, Composites, and Renewable/bio-based materials
• Materials for alternative energy production, and carbon capture and utilization
Agriculture derived precursor materials
Nanotechnology and Circular Economy

Abstracts Due 05/08/2023

A Sustainable and Energy-efficient Electrochemical Technology for Dewatering of Cellulosic Nanomaterials
Advanced Manufacturing of Lunar Regolith Simulants for In-Situ Resource Utilization
Coke Gasification Pulverization and Carbon Bearing Powder Characteristics in a Blast Furnace
Computational Methods for Designing Effective Compatibilizers for Recycled Polymer Blends
Corrosion Resistant Coatings on Steel for Nuclear Energy Applications
Development of Novel Functional Materials from Biomass
Energy Efficiency and Thermo-mechanically Affected Zone Size in Solid-state Welding
Fabrication and Material Properties of Silicon Nitride Bearing Grade Balls for Hybrid Ball Bearing Applications.
Factors Affecting the Thermal Conductivity of Liquid-phase Sintered Silicon Carbide Ceramics
Green Synthesis of Calcium Molybdate Using Bimetallic Precursors
Little Known Nylon: Bio-Based Feedstocks and Synthesis for Nylon 5,9
Molten Oxide Electrolysis for Reducing the Carbon Footprint of Technology-critical Metals
Nanoclays in Biomaterials Design: From Regenerative Medicine to Invitro Disease Models
O-1: Briquetting Waste Glass Fines to Enable Recycling
O-2: Effect of Heating Rate during Sulfurization on the Growth of Ethanol Based Solution Processed Cu2ZnSnS4 Thin Films
O-3: Facile Growth of Cu2ZnSn(SSe)4 Thin Films with Controlled Phase and Microstructure from Ethanol Based Molecular Solutions
O-4: Mesoporous Silica Material with Yolk Shell Morphology for Effective Removal of Environmental Pollutants
O-5: Rapid Method Development and Optimization for Environmental Monitoring by Gas Chromatography Using ProEZGC – A Free Web-based Software
O-6: Response of Ghana’s Akokorowa Iron Ore to Reduction by Carbonaceous Material Generated from Pyrolytic Chars of End-of-Life Tyres
Recycling Strategies for End-of-Life Solid Oxide Cell Materials
Strategies for Patenting "Green" Technologies
Structure and Stability of Cement-Zeolite Systems for Enhanced Carbon Uptake in Ambient Conditions
Synthesis of a Novel Cuprate with Gold under a High Oxygen Partial Pressure
The Investigation of an Energy-efficient Coking Technique Based on the Hot Tamping Operation
The Roles of Co and Ni Additions to High Solute Content Fe-contaminated Al Alloys in Beneficing Microstructure and Tensile Properties
Transparent Yttria Ceramics Fabricated Using Direct Ink Writing Printing and Vacuum Sintering

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