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Meeting MS&T24: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Engineering Ceramics: Microstructure-Property-Performance Relations and Applications
Sponsorship ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division
Organizer(s) Junichi Tatami, Yokohama National University
Young-Wook Kim, University of Seoul
Hua-Tay Lin, Guangdong University of Technology
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 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.

Abstracts Due 05/15/2024

Additive Manufacturing of Misfit Layered Thermoelectric BiCaCoOδ Ceramics
Combinatorial and High-Throughput Approaches of Advanced Ceramics for High-Temperature Applications
Densification, Mechanical and Thermal Properties Study of Zirconium Diboride with Carbon Additions
Dual Phase High Entropy Ultra High Temperature Ceramics from Commercial Powders
Effects of Grain Boundary Characteristics on Fracture Toughness and Dielectric Breakdown Strength of Silicon Nitride Ceramics
Elucidation of the Mechanism of Initial Low-Temperature Degradation of 3 mol% Y2O3 Stabilized ZrO2 Ceramics by Bending Test Using Microcantilever Beam Specimens
Enhanced spontaneous Ferroelectric polarization in Sm-doped BaFe0.2Ti0.8O3 ceramics
Impact of Mixed Valence Dopants and Related Grain Boundary Segregation on the Seebeck Coefficient of Ca3Co4O9 Ceramics
In-Situ Microscale Evaluation of Damage Progression in SiC/BN/SiC Ceramic Matrix Composites
In-Situ Observation, Characterization and Control of the Crack Formation during Manufacturing of Non-Oxide Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMC)
Influence of Carbon Content on High-Temperature Thermal Stability and Mechanical Properties of SiOCN Coatings
Influence of Various Operating Conditions on Co-Annular Silicon Nitride-Based Glow Plug Degradation
Mechanical Properties of Al2O3-Based Ceramics Prepared by Water-Stabilized Plasma Spraying and Their Improvement
Mechanical Testing of Carbon Fiber-Reinforced Silicon Carbide Composites (C/C-SiC): Size effect of bending and tensile strength
Microscale Mechanical Properties of Silicon Nitride
Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Ti(C, N)-SUS316L Stainless Steel Cermet
Multicomponent Rare-Earth Titanates as a New Thermal Barrier Coating Material
Polymer-Derived Silicon Oxycarbide – Exfoliated Montmorillonite Ceramic Nanocomposites for Porous Ceramics
Spray Freeze Granulation Drying of Nonaqueous Slurry to Fabricate High Strength Silicon Nitride Ceramics
Stereolithographic Additive Manufacturing for Fine Ceramic Components
The Role of Thermal Expansion Mismatch in the Drying of Refractory Castables Comprising Polymeric Fibers
The Semiconducting to Metallic Transition in Double Perovskite Structured Sr2-xVMoO6-δ
Thermoelectric Oxide Ceramics Outperforming Single Crystals and with Synergistic Integration of Intergranular Segregation and Intragranular Nano-Inclusions
Tribological Behavior of Spark Plasma Sintered Ti3SiC2 MAX Phase Composites

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