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Meeting MS&T25: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Phasing out Carbon: Phase Transformation Challenges in Decarbonization Technologies
Organizer(s) Matthew A. Steiner, University of Cincinnati
Eric Payton, University of Cincinnati
James Zuback, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Alec Saville, National Institute of Standards and Technology
Bryan Lim, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ian Zuazo Rodriguez, ArcelorMittal
Scope The development of new technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions introduces a myriad of new materials with their own inherent and integration-related complications, as well as exposing well established materials to less familiar and adverse environmental conditions. This symposium will host work related to phase stability and transformation challenges that originate out of ongoing decarburization efforts across the industrial and energy sectors, including but not limited to:

• Industrial electrification
• Energy storage
• Low carbon fuels
• Renewable energy sources
• CO2 capture, utilization, and storage
Example topics include hydride phase formation in hydrogen transportation systems, stability of oxide phases during thermal cycling of fuel cells, the effect of promoter elements in CO2 sorbents, thermal phase stability of soft and permanent magnetics used in turbines and motors, phase-change materials for thermal management, changes in alloy transformation pathways when converting from conventional to hydrogen or induction furnaces, and improving phase stability in perovskite solar cells.

Abstracts Due 05/01/2025
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