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1 FINAL PROGRAM & EXHIBIT DIRECTORY Technical Meeting and Exhibition MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA The leading forum addressing structure, properties, processing and performance across the materials community. Organizers: MATSCITECH.ORG Sponsored by:

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3 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA Dear Colleague, On behalf of the MS&T Program Coordinating Committee, it is my pleasure to welcome you to Pittsburgh for the 7th annual Materials Science & Technology (MS&T7) event. Organized by: As a distinguished member of the materials community, we are delighted you are able to join us for one of our most exciting weeks of the year. Sponsored by the five leading materials engineering societies the American Ceramic Society (ACerS); the Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST); ASM International; The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS); and NACE International MS&T7 will host more than,000 presentations and a selection of special events designed to engage and inspire. Please join us Tuesday morning for the all-conference plenary session in Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom A of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The program will feature three esteemed professionals who are at the forefront of their respective fields: Bruno C. De Cooman, Vice President of Research and Development, NLMP Group AIST Adolf Martens Memorial Steel Lecture Mechanical Twinning in Formable Advanced Ultra-high Strength Steel Alexander H. King, FASM, Director, Critical Materials Institute ASM/TMS Joint Distinguished Lectureship in Materials and Society Award What Do We Need and How Will We Get It Steven J. Zinkle, FASM, UTK/ORNL Governor s Chair Professor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville ACerS Edward Orton Jr. Memorial Lecture What s New in Nuclear Reactors We have a great lineup of events planned for the week to include social functions, student activities, committee meetings, special lectures, and short courses. See the complete listing beginning on page 0, and be sure to also visit the MS&T7 Exhibit Hall, which features more than 95 companies. On behalf of the MS&T Program Coordinating Committee, I hope you will have a successful and memorable week at MS&T7. David Forrest Chair, MS&T7 Program Coordinating Committee MS&T7 Program Coordinating Committee members: ACerS Representative James Hemrick Reno Refractories TMS Representative Amy Clarke Colorado School of Mines Co-sponsored by: Table of Contents Plenary Session... 4 City Map... 6 Convention Center Floor Plans 7 Conference Perks/Policies... Calendar of Events... 0 Lectures... 5 Special Events... 6 ASM Representative and Chair David Forrest, FASM U.S. Department of Energy NACE Representative Raul Rebak GE Global Research Student Events Short Courses... Upcoming Conferences... 0 AIST Representative C. Matt Enloe General Motors About the Organizers.... Technical Program Exhibit Directory

4 MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA PLENARY SESSION Tuesday, October 0 :00 0:40 a.m. David L. Lawrence Convention Center AIST ADOLF MARTENS MEMORIAL STEEL LECTURE Bruno C. De Cooman Vice President of Research and Development, NLMP Group Mechanical Twinning in Formable Advanced Ultra-high Strength Steel Abstract Iron alloys and steels have impressive plasticity-enhancing potential that is often not exploited in engineering applications, as it requires a thorough understanding of the underlying mechanisms and their activation during straining. This requires a steel design approach incorporating a selection of composition, microstructure, and processing parameters based on sound theoretical principles. Most formable ferritic steels exhibit a uniform engineering elongation less than 5% and a relatively low ultimate tensile strength (<GPa). The formability of these steels is based on the control of their crystallographic texture, rather than the strain hardening. As a consequence, a higher strength is usually achieved at the cost of ductility. There is a way to outsmart this dichotomous conflict of properties, though: by designing fully austenitic steels or austenite-containing multi-phase steels with an enhanced strain hardening rate, both high strength and good formability can be achieved. Transformation-induced plasticity (TRIP) steel, twinning-induced plasticity (TWIP) steel and medium Mn steel belong to this category of ferrous alloys. They are characterized by a high strain hardening, a large uniform elongation and high ultimate tensile strength levels. These properties make them candidate lightweighting materials for large-scale use in the automotive industry, LNG-shipbuilding, oil-and-gas exploration and structural applications. The lecture will focus on the progress made in the understanding of deformation twinning in TWIP steel and medium Mn steel. The experimental analysis of the properties of these steels has profited from the use of advanced techniques for microstructural characterization of materials, such as synchrotron X-ray diffraction, electron backscattering diffraction, 3D atom probe tomography, and micro-mechancial testing methods (nano-hardness, micro-pillar testing). A more sophisticated analysis of the results of standard macroscopic mechanical tests involving the strain rate and temperature dependence of the mechanical properties has also contributed to a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying the strength and plasticity of these steels. Biography De Cooman earned his Ph.D. from Cornell University. After graduation, he spent 0 years in industrial materials research and research management. He currently serves as vice president for research and development with the NLMK Group. De Cooman spent part of his academic career as a ferrous metallurgy research director at the Laboratory for Iron and Steelmaking at Ghent University in Belgium. He has also led the Materials Design Laboratory (MDL) involved with the development of advanced automotive, electrical, engineering and constructional steels at the Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology (GIFT) at the Pohang University of Technology and Science (POSTECH) in Korea. His research interests include the solid-state physics of ferrous alloys, materials microanalysis, and ferrous products development. ASM/TMS JOINT DISTINGUISHED LECTURESHIP IN MATERIALS AND SOCIETY AWARD Alexander H. King, FASM Director of the Critical Materials Institute, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Innovation Hub at Ames Laboratory What Do We Need and How Will We Get It? Abstract The global economy will be transformed over the next decade or so. The ranks of the world s wealthy and middle classes will swell from today s.9 billion to about 5. billion by 030, and all of those extra consumers will demand goods and energy, among other resources, that will impact the supplies of many materials. We examine some natural, technological, social and political trends that will affect the demand and supply of materials. We discuss the options for meeting the materials needs in a rapidly changing world, and identify 4

5 some emerging challenges and research opportunities. Finally, drawing on some specific success stories, we will describe approaches to doing research that may increase the likelihood of having an impact. Biography King serves as the director of the Critical Materials Institute, a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Innovation Hub at Ames Laboratory. He earned his doctorate from the University of Oxford and a bachelor s degree from the University of Sheffield. King worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Oxford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook. Additionally, he was the head at University of Purdue School of Materials Engineering. King is a fellow of the IM3, ASM International, MRS, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, and a Jefferson Science fellow at the U.S. Department of State. He has also served as MRS President, University Materials Council of North America chair, Gordon Conference on Physical Metallurgy co-chair and APS-IGERA chair, as well as a member of ASM s Materials Science Division Surfaces and Interfaces Committee. King has also served on TMS s Thin Films and Interfaces and Education Committees, Metallurgical & Materials Transactions A Board, and organizing committees for both societies. King has also given a TEDx talk on critical materials and is an ASM Burgess Memorial Lecturer. As a hobby, King also collects acoustic and electric guitars made from non-traditional materials. ACERS EDWARD ORTON JR. MEMORIAL LECTURE Steven J. Zinkle, FASM UTK/ORNL Governor s Chair Department of Nuclear Engineering and Department of Materials Science and Engineering; University of Tennessee, Knoxville What s New in Nuclear Reactors? Abstract In the nearly 75 years since the first human-controlled sustained nuclear reaction was achieved on Dec., 94, at Stagg field in Chicago, nuclear power has grown to produce approximately 0% of the annual electricity consumed in the United States and about 3% of worldwide electricity. The vast majority of current nuclear power reactors are based on light water reactor technology originally developed in the 950s. Numerous new nuclear reactor concepts with significant improvements in performance, safety, and economics have been proposed and/or deployed over the past 5 years. These concepts include so-called Generation III light water reactors with improved passive safety, small modular reactors with inherent passive safety that have the potential to be largely factory built and transported via rail or heavy duty trucks to the reactor site for final assembly; accident tolerant fuels that have the potential to increase coping time and reduce the consequences of a loss of coolant accident in existing light water reactors; and Generation IV reactors with improved thermodynamic efficiency, safety, and reduced waste. In nearly all of these emerging new concepts, utilization of high-performance materials are key for achieving their full potential. The potential role of SiC/ SiC composites and other high-performance materials in new and retooled nuclear power reactors will be discussed. Biography Zinkle earned his doctorate in Nuclear Engineering and a Master of Science degree in Materials Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 95. He is currently a UTK/ORNL Governor s Chair Professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, with a joint appointment at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). Prior to 03, he served in a variety of management and technical research and development roles at ORNL including chief scientist of the Nuclear Science and Engineering directorate, director of the Materials Science and Technology division, and ORNL Corporate Fellow. Much of Zinkle s research has utilized materials science to explore fundamental physical phenomena that are important for advanced nuclear energy applications, focusing on microstructure-property relationships. He has written over 60 peer-reviewed publications, received the 006 U.S. Department of Energy E.O. Lawrence Award, and is a fellow of the American Ceramic Society, TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society), ASM International, American Nuclear Society (ANS), Materials Research Society, American Physical Society, and AAAS. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and serves on the National Academies National Materials & Manufacturing Board. His professional honors include the ANS Mishima Award for outstanding R&D on nuclear fuels and materials and the 07 TMS Institute of Metals lecture and Robert F. Mehl award. Zinkle has been a member of the ACerS Nuclear and Environmental Technology committee for approximately 30 years, receiving the NETD Best Paper award in and 007, and currently serves on the ACerS Rustum Roy Lecture Award Committee. His research interests include deformation and fracture mechanisms in structural materials, advanced manufacturing, and investigation of radiation effects in ceramics, fuel systems, and metallic alloys for fission and fusion energy systems. 5

6 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY NAVIGATING THE CITY 6

7 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA NAVIGATING THE CONVENTION CENTER 7

8 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE PERKS/POLICIES Your MS&T Full Conference Registration includes: Welcome Reception and Exhibition Grand Opening (Monday) Technical Sessions (Monday Thursday) Electronic access to conference proceedings (please see below for more information) Exhibition & poster session Exhibit hall happy hour reception (Tuesday) Tuesday lunch ticket (full conference attendees only) Wednesday lunch ticket (full conference attendees/exhibitors/students) Exhibition Contests and activities Complimentary memberships* in ACerS, AIST, TMS, if selected (for non-members only) *Non-member students receive one free year Material Advantage membership Exhibit Dates & Show Hours Monday, October 9 Tuesday, October 0 Wednesday, October 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 0:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. :00 p.m. Refreshment Breaks Refreshments are available throughout the concourses of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center during the morning and afternoon technical session breaks on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. The Tuesday morning coffee break will be in the exhibit hall. Contributed Papers Online Access for Conference Registrants NEW FOR 07! The MS&T7 Proceedings will be published online-only this year. Conference registrants have free access October to November 5, 07. Paid access for registrants and non-registrants will be available November 6, 07 to October 3, 0 Society Member Lounges Not Just for Members! Visit ACerS, AIST, ASM and TMS member lounges in Hall A Concourse on the nd level of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center (near Registration) to: Meet members and society staff Learn about complimentary membership for full conference, non-member attendees Find books, magazines, journals and other technical resources Network with colleagues Internet Access Complimentary WiFi access is available for MS&T7 attendees in public spaces of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Meeting App Download the MS&T7 app to serve as your handheld guide to the meeting. Search for MS&T7 on the App Store and the Google Play Store. Once downloaded, login with the address you used at registration. App features include: Up-to-date program information Special events and lectures Build your personal conference schedule Pittsburgh information Exhibitor and product details And much more! Message Board For your convenience, a message board is located near the Registration area of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center to post messages for participants and attendees.

9 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA Badge Pick-up and Onsite Conference Registration The MS&T Conference registration desk will be located on the nd level of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. Advance registrants may pick-up badges at the registration area during the following hours: Sunday, October Monday, October 9 Tuesday, October 0 Wednesday, October Thursday, October :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. (note: end time is different than M/T) 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. Guests With Special Needs and Family Needs ACerS, AIST, ASM, TMS, the David L. Lawrence Convention Center and all the conference hotels strive to accommodate all guests with special needs. A private room is available at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center for new and nursing mothers. Please see staff at MS&T registration desk for access and assistance with any other special needs. Audio and Visual Recording of Technical Paper Presentations/Sessions ACerS, AIST, ASM, and TMS reserve the right to any still photography, audio, and video reproduction of presentations at every technical session. Recording of sessions (audio, video, still photography) intended for personal use, distribution, publication, or copyright is strictly prohibited without the express written consent of MS&T and the individual authors. MS&T will take photographs and video during the MS&T Conference and Exhibition, and reproduce them in MS&T educational, news or promotional material, whether in print, electronic or other media, including the MS&T website. By participating in the MS&T Conference and Exhibition, you grant MS&T the right to use your name, photograph and biography for such purposes. All postings become the property of MS&T. Postings may be displayed, distributed or used by MS&T for any purpose. Cellular Phone Usage In consideration of attendees and presenters, MS&T7 organizing societies kindly request your cooperation in minimizing disturbances during technical sessions. Please place phones and other electronic devices in silent mode while you are in meeting rooms. Be Materials-minded MS&T7 management is committed to being environmentally responsible. Please join us in our efforts by using recycling bins located throughout the convention center. Alumni Receptions The following universities are holding receptions at MS&T: Michigan Tech, Colorado School of Mines and Alpha Sigma Mu Alfred University Event Case Western Reserve Purdue MSE Alumni and Friends For times and locations, see the Calendar of Events on page 0. Authors Coffee Authors Coffee for speakers will be available in Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom BC of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center Monday, October 9 through Thursday, October from 7:00 a.m. to :00 a.m. Presenters should only attend on the day of their scheduled presentation(s). 9

10 MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MATSCITECH.ORG 0 CALENDAR OF EVENTS current as 0f ( subject to change) Event Time Location FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6 Legend: CC = David L. Lawrence Convention Center WE = Westin Hotel (ASM Headquarters) OM = Omni William Penn Hotel (ACerS Headquarters) RE = Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel (TMS & AIST Headquarters) Committee Meetings ACerS Executive Committee Meeting 0:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. OM Parkview West ACerS President s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA) Business Meeting :00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. OM Three Rivers SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7 Committee Meetings ASM Committee Council Office 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Lawrence ACerS President s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA) Business Meeting :00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. OM Three Rivers ACerS Board of Director s Meeting 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. OM Allegheny TMS Professional Registration Committee Workshop and Meeting 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. RE Rhapsody Ballroom II ACerS PCSA/BOD Lunch :00 p.m. :00 p.m. OM Riverboat TMS Financial Planning Meeting :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. RE Mary Cassatt TMS Professional Registration Committee Dinner 6:00 p.m. :00 p.m. Offsite McCormick & Schmick s SUNDAY, OCTOBER Conference Activities Registration :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse Programming Support Desk :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom Foyer Society Lounges :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse ACerS Basic Science Division Ceramographic Exhibit and Competition :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. CC 3rd Floor Gallery Set-up/Installation Exhibition Exhibitor Set-up (by appointment only) :00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. CC Hall A Educational Courses ASM Additive Manufacturing of Metals :30 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Butler West ASM Failure Mechanisms and Analysis :30 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Somerset East ASM A Design Mindset for Additive Manufacturing :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE Armstrong ASM Essential Microstructure Interpretation :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE Butler East ASM Testing and Qualification in Additive Manufacturing :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE Westmoreland West TMS Hands On: Interactive Materials Data Visualization and Selection Tools :00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. RE Rhapsody Ballroom I for Research and Teaching Workshop TMS Additive Manufacturing Materials and Processes Workshop :00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom A Material Advantage Student Functions Chapter Leadership Workshop (Material Advantage Chapters Only) 0:00 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Pennsylvania West Undergraduate Student Speaking Contest Semi-Final :00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. WE Westmoreland Central Undergraduate Student Speaking Contest Semi-Final :00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. WE Cambria NEW TIME! Undergraduate Student Speaking Contest Finals 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE Westmoreland Central Workshop How Not To Be Awkward: Maximizing Your Conference, 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Cambria Networking, and Interview Potential Student Networking Mixer 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. WE Allegheny &3 Social Functions ASM Annual Meeting and Awards Dinner Rehearsal :00 a.m. :30 p.m. WE Allegheny MS&T Women in Materials Science Reception 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. CC Allegheny Overlook ACerS Keramos Reception 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. OM Bob & Dolores Hope Room Committee Meetings ACerS Keramos National Board and Business Meeting 7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. OM Terrace Room IMS Board and Judges Breakfast 7:30 a.m. :00 a.m. WE Westmoreland East ASM Committee Council Office 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Lawrence ACerS Keramos Student Chapter Business Meeting :00 a.m. 9:00 a.am OM Monongahela IMS Board and Committee Chairs Meeting (ASM) :00 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Pennsylvania East ACerS Board of Directors and Volunteer Leaders Meeting :30 a.m. :00 p.m. OM Urban Alpha Sigma Mu Board Meeting :30 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Washington TMS Board of Directors Meeting :30 a.m. :00 p.m. RE Jimmy Stewart ACerS Keramos Convocation & Business Meeting 9:00 a.m. :00 a.m. OM Monongahela ACerS President s Council of Student Advisors (PCSA) Business Meeting 9:00 a.m. :00 p.m. OM Three Rivers ACerS Keramos Career Speaker :00 a.m. :00 p.m. OM Monongahela

11 Event Time Location Committee Meetings (continued) IMS Board and Judges Lunch :00 p.m. :00 p.m. WE Westmoreland East ACerS Publications Committee :00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. OM Bedford ACerS Ceramic and Glass Industry Foundation (CGIF) Board of Trustees :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. OM Allegheny Meeting and Lunch FAS Board and Committee Chairs Meeting (ASM) :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Somerset West TMS Accreditation Committee :30 p.m. :30 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom B ACerS Multi-Society Diversity Council :00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. OM Parkview West ACerS Electronics Division Executive Committee :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. OM Franklin/Greene International Metallographic Contest Judging :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Westmoreland East TMS Professional Development Committee :00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. RE August Wilson ACerS Glass and Optical Materials Division Programming and :00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. OM Sky Executive Committee ACerS Nuclear & Environmental Technology Division Executive Committee :30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. OM Carnegie 3 Meeting ACerS Editors Meeting 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. OM Bedford ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. OM Monongahela JMEP Associate Editors (ASM) 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. WE Washington ABET Refresher Training (TMS) 3:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom B ACerS Basic Science Division Executive Committee Meeting 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. OM Three Rivers TMS Diversity Committee Meeting 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. RE Jimmy Stewart TMS Program Committee 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. RE George Benson ASM Emerging Technologies Awareness Committee 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WE Fayette TMS Nanomechanical Materials Behavior Committee 5:45 p.m. 6:45 p.m. RE Jimmy Stewart TMS Steels Committee 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. RE Rhapsody Ballroom ACerS Past Presidents Council Meeting 7:00 p.m. :30 p.m. OM Franklin/Greene TMS Mechanical Behavior of Materials Committee Meeting 7:00 p.m. :30 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom A ASM International Materials Reviews (IMR) Committee 7:00 p.m. 0:00 p.m. WE Washington TMS Phase Transformations Committee 7:30 p.m. :30 p.m. RE Jimmy Stewart MONDAY, OCTOBER 9 Conference Activities Registration 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom Foyer Programming Support Desk 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom Foyer Authors Coffee 7:00 a.m. :00 a.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom BC Society Lounges 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse ACerS Basic Science Division Ceramographic Exhibit and Competition :00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.. CC 3rd Floor Gallery Educational Courses Metallography Insights - Presented by Struers Inc. :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE Somerset East Exhibition Exhibitor Set-Up :00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Poster Installation 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Exhibition Show Hours 4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Welcome Reception & Exhibition Grand Opening 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Lectures ACerS/EPDC: Arthur L. Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture 9:00 a.m. 0:00 a.m. CC 35 ACerS Richard M. Fulrath Award Session :00 p.m. 4:40 p.m. CC 35 Alpha Sigma Mu Lecture :30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. CC 335 Material Advantage Student Functions ASM/ACerS Emerging Professionals Symposium :00 a.m. :0 a.m., CC 44 :00 p.m. 4:40 p.m. ACerS Ceramic Careers Mentoring Roundtable 0:45 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Allegheny Overlook AIST Student Plant Tour - Advanced Registration Required (SOLD OUT) :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. CC st Floor East Lobby ACerS Student Tour :30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. CC st Floor East Lobby Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Installation 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Graduate Student Poster Contest Installation 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Social Functions ASM Women in Materials Engineering Breakfast (Ticketed Event) 7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. CC 30 Experience Pittsburgh Information Session 9:00 a.m. 0:00 a.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom BC ACerS Ceramic Careers Mentoring Roundtable 0:45 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Allegheny Overlook ASM Leadership Awards Luncheon :30 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Allegheny I/II ASM Tuxedo Pickup 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. WE Armstrong AIST Steel to Students Reception 6:00 p.m. :00 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom ACerS Annual Honor and Awards Banquet Reception 6:45 p.m. 7:30 p.m. OM Sky & Prefunction ACerS Annual Honor and Awards Banquet 7:30 p.m. 0:00 p.m. OM Grand Ballroom ASM Canada Council Suite and IMS Ice Breaker Reception 9:00 p.m. - :00 a.m. WE Westmoreland East

12 MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MATSCITECH.ORG CALENDAR OF EVENTS current as 0f ( subject to change) Legend: CC = David L. Lawrence Convention Center WE = Westin Hotel (ASM Headquarters) OM = Omni William Penn Hotel (ACerS Headquarters) RE = Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel (TMS & AIST Headquarters) Event Time Location Alumni Events Michigan Tech, Colorado School of Mines & Alpha Sigma Mu Reception 6:00 p.m. :30 p.m. Off-site Penn Society Case Western Reserve University Reception 6:00 p.m. :00 p.m. WE Penn City Grill Purdue MSE Alumni & Friends Reception 6:30 p.m. :00 p.m. Off-site Olive or Twist Annual Meetings ACerS 9th Annual Membership Meeting :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 309 ASM 04th Annual Business Meeting 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Allegheny / Committee Meetings ASM Committee Council Office 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Lawrence ACerS SPEO Meeting 7:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. OM Parkview West ASM Metallography, Microstructure and Analysis Editorial Board :00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. WE Washington ASM Foundation Trustee Orientation :00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. WE Butler East ASM Guest Hospitality :00 a.m. 0:30 a.m. WE Westmoreland West ASM Materials Properties Database Committee Meeting :00 a.m. 0:30 a.m. WE Cambria East TMS Membership & Student Development Committee Meeting :5 a.m. 9:45 a.m. RE George Benson ASM Guest Orientation Meeting 9:00 a.m. 0:00 a.m. WE Ballroom BC ASM Chapter Council 9:00 a.m. :00 a.m. WE Butler West ASM India Task Force 9:30 a.m. 0:30 a.m. WE Cambria West ASM Women in Materials Engineering Committee 0:00 a.m. :5 a.m. WE Fayette ACerS Member Services Committee Meeting 9:00 a.m. 0:00 a.m. OM Parkview West ACerS Meetings Committee Meeting 0:30 a.m. :00 p.m. CC 33 AIST Foundation University-Industry Roundtable 0:30 a.m. :00 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom B TMS Executive Committee Meeting :30 a.m. :00 p.m. RE Henry Mancini ASM Investment Committee Meeting 0:30 a.m. 3:30 p.m. WE Westmoreland Central ACerS Electronics Division (ED) General Membership Meeting :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 30 ACerS Engineering Ceramics Division General Membership Meeting :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 36 ACerS Basic Science Division General Membership Meeting :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 409 TMS Integrated Computational Materials Engineering Committee Meeting :5 p.m. :45 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom A TMS Education Committee :30 p.m. :00 p.m. RE August Wilson ASM Volunteerism Committee Meeting :30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. WE Butler West ASM Awards Policy Committee :30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. WE Butler East TMS Publications Meetings :30 p.m. 3:45 p.m. RE Henry Mancini TMS Foundation Board of Trustees Meeting :30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. RE Rhapsody Ballroom I ACerS Education and Professional Development Council Meeting :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. CC 3 ASM Workshop: Metallography Insights :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE Somerset East AIST Foundation Board of Trustees :00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. RE Mary Cassatt ASM Membership Committee Meeting 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Cambria West ACerS Fulrath Committee Meeting 4:0 p.m. 5:30 p.m. CC 35 ACerS Nuclear & Environmental Technology Division General Membership Meeting 4:45 p.m. 5:45 p.m. CC 40 TMS Nuclear Materials Committee 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. RE Rhapsody Ballroom I AM&P Editorial Committee Meeting (ASM) 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WE Washington ASM Processing and Applications Committee Meeting 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WE Cambria East TMS Composite Materials Committee 5:45 p.m. 6:45 p.m. RE George Benson TMS Additive Manufacturing Committee 6:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. CC Room 303 ASM Finance Committee Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. WE Pennsylvania East ASM Rare Earth Metals Reception 6:30 p.m. :00 p.m. WE Westmoreland West ASM Alloy Phase Diagram (APD) Committee 7:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. WE Fayette TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0 Conference Activities Registration 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse Programming Support Desk 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom Foyer Authors Coffee 7:00 a.m. :00 a.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom BC Society Lounges 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse ACerS Basic Science Division Ceramographic Exhibit & Competition 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC 3rd Floor Gallery

13 Event Time Location Educational Courses Hands on Techniques: Preparation, characterization and analysis of powder 0:00 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Somerset West metals for Additive Manufacturing - Presented by Struers Inc. Presented by Verder Scientific :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE Somerset West ASM Workshop: Metallography Insights :30 a.m. :30 p.m. WE Somerset East Exhibition ASM Mini-Materials Camp 9:00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Poster Installation 0:00 a.m. :00 a.m. CC Hall A Exhibition Show Hours 0:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A General Poster Session with Presenters :00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A MS&T Food Court :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A General Poster Viewing :00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Exhibit Happy Hour Reception 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Lectures MS&T Plenary Session :00 a.m. 0:40 a.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom A TMS Young Professional Tutorial Luncheon (ticketed) :00 p.m. :45 p.m. CC 309 TMS Young Professional Tutorial Lecture (open) :45 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 309 ASM Edward DeMille Campbell Memorial Lecture :45 p.m. :45 p.m. CC 407 ACerS Frontiers of Science and Society - Rustum Roy Lecture :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 35 AcerS Alfred R. Cooper Scholar Lecture and Award Session :00 p.m. 4:40 p.m. CC 30 Material Advantage Student Functions Material Advantage Committee Meeting 7:30 a.m. :30 a.m. WE Butler East ASM DomesDay Competition 0:00 a.m. :45 p.m. CC Hall A Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Judging 0:00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Graduate Student Poster Contest Judging 0:00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Display with Presenters :00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Graduate Student Poster Contest Display with Presenters :00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Mug Drop Contest :5 a.m. :5 p.m. CC Hall A Disc Golf Contest :30 p.m. :30 p.m. CC Hall A Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Display :00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Graduate Student Poster Contest Display :00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Hall A Student Awards Ceremony :00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. CC Hall A Social Functions ASM Guest Hospitality :00 a.m. 0:30 a.m. WE Westmoreland West ASM Tuxedo Pickup 0:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. WE Armstrong ASM Awards Dinner Reception 6:5 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WE Allegheny Foyer ASM Head Table Line Up 6:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WE Allegheny III ASM Awards Dinner 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. WE Allegheny Ballroom ASM President s Reception 9:00 p.m. :00 p.m. WE Allegheny III Alumni Events Alfred University Event 6:00 p.m. :00 p.m. OM Monongahela Committee Meetings ACerS Subcommittee on Diversity and Inclusion 7:00 a.m. :00 a.m. CC 3 TMS MPMD Council Meeting 7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. RE George Benson ASM Journal of Failure Analysis & Prevention Editorial Board 7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. WE Washington ASM Finance Committee Meeting 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Westmoreland Central ASM Committee Council Office 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Lawrence ASM Foundation Appreciation Breakfast (Invitation Only) 7:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. WE Pennsylvania West ASM Handbook Committee Meeting :30 a.m. :00 a.m. WE Butler West TMS Young Professionals Committee Meeting 9:00 a.m. 0:5 a.m. RE Jimmy Stewart Canada Council Annual Meeting (ASM) 9:00 a.m. :00 a.m. WE Cambria West TMS Publications Meetings 0:00 a.m. :00 p.m. RE Mary Cassatt ASM Workshop: Metallography Insights :30 a.m. :30 p.m. WE Somerset East TMS-MRS Leadership Meeting :00 p.m. :30 p.m. RE Braddck s Brasserie Restaurant TMS SMD Council Meeting :00 p.m. :00 p.m. RE George Benson AIST Metallurgy-Processing, Products & Applications :00 p.m. :00 p.m. WE Pennsylvania West ASM Joining Advanced and Specialty Materials :00 p.m. :00 p.m. WE Cambria East ASM Journal of Materials Engineering & Performance Committee :00 p.m. :5 p.m. WE Washington TMS Materials Innovation Committee 5:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. RE August Wilson TMS Powder Materials Committee :30 p.m. :00 p.m. RE Jimmy Stewart ASM Materials Education Foundation Board of Trustees Annual Meeting :30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. WE Westmoreland East ASM Technical Books Committee :00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. WE Butler East ACerS Nominating Committee :5 p.m. 3:5 p.m. CC 33 TMS Metallurgical and Materials Transactions Board of Review 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom BC ASM Past Presidents Meeting 3:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. WE Fayette ACerS Panel of Fellows Meeting 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. CC 3 ASM Content Committee Meeting 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. WE Pennsylvania East TMS Superalloy 7 Committee 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. RE Mary Cassatt 3

14 MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MATSCITECH.ORG 4 CALENDAR OF EVENTS current as 0f ( subject to change) Legend: CC = David L. Lawrence Convention Center WE = Westin Hotel (ASM Headquarters) OM = Omni William Penn Hotel (ACerS Headquarters) RE = Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel (TMS & AIST Headquarters) Event Time Location Committee Meetings (continued) ACerS Glass and Optical Materials Division General Membership Meeting 4:45 p.m. 5:45 p.m. CC 30 TMS Surface Engineering Committee Meeting 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. RE George Benson TMS Titanium Committee 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. RE Jimmy Stewart TMS High Temperature Alloys Committee 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom BC TMS Shaping & Forming Committee 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. RE Rhapsody Ballroom I TMS Biomaterials Committee 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. RE Symphony Ballroom BC TMS Refractory Metals & Materials Committee 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. RE George Benson TMS Corrosion & Environmental Effects Committee 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. RE Jimmy Stewart WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER Conference Activities Registration 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse Programming Support Desk 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom Foyer Authors Coffee 7:00 a.m. :00 a.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom BC Society Lounges 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse ACerS Basic Science Division Ceramographic Exhibit & Competition 7:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. CC 3rd Floor Gallery Educational Courses Hands on Techniques: Preparation, characterization and analysis of powder 9:30 a.m. :30 a.m. WE Somerset West metals for Additive Manufacturing - Presented by Struers Inc. Verder Workshop ASM 9:30 a.m. :30 a.m. WE Somerset West Verder Workshop ASM :00 p.m. :00 p.m. WE Somerset West Hands on Techniques: Preparation, characterization and analysis of powder :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE Somerset West metals for Additive Manufacturing - Presented by Verder Scientific ASM Exhibition ASM Mini-Materials Camp 9:00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Presented by Verder Scientific :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE Somerset West General Poster Viewing 9:30 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Exhibition Show Hours 9:30 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A MS&T Food Court :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Poster Tear-Down :00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. CC Hall A Exhibitor Tear-Down :00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. CC Hall A Lectures ACerS The Benefits of Being a Reviewer for Technical Journals :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 309 ACerS Basic Science Division Robert B. Sosman Lecture :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC 35 Material Advantage Student Functions Undergraduate Student Poster Contest Display 9:30 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Graduate Student Poster Contest Display 9:30 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Hall A Social Functions ASM Tuxedo Drop-Off 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Armstrong ASM Guest Hospitality :00 a.m. 0:30 a.m. WE Westmoreland West Light Metals Alliance Dinner 6:00 p.m. :30 p.m. Off-site Lidia s Restaurant Loft MS&T Partners Reception 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. RE AUgust Wilson Committee Meetings ASM Board of Trustees and 07 Class of Fellows Breakfast 7:00 a.m. :00 a.m. WE Westmoreland East ASM Committee Council Office 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Lawrence Acta Board of Governors Meeting (ASM) 7:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. WE Somerset East ASM Board of Trustees Meeting :00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE Westmoreland Central TMS International Affairs Committee Meeting :00 a.m. 0:00 a.m. RE Henry Mancini METEDA Plenary (ASM) :00 a.m. :00 p.m. WE Fayette ASM Verder Workshop 9:30 a.m. :30 a.m. WE Somerset West JACerS Associate Editors Meeting (ACerS) 0:00 a.m. :30 a.m. CC 309 ACerS Books Subcommittee Meeting :00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC 3 ASM MS&T Programming Meeting :00 p.m. :30 p.m. WE Washington MS&T JPLT Meeting 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. RE Henry Mancini IMS General Membership Meeting (ASM) 4:40 p.m. 5:0 p.m. CC 409 IMS Programming Committee Meeting (ASM) 5:0 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC 409

15 Event Time Location Committee Meetings (continued) MS&T Steering Committee Meeting (ASM) 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. RE Henry Mancini FAS General Membership Meeting (ASM) 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. WE Cambria FAS Programming Committee Meeting (ASM) 7:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. WE Cambria THURSDAY, OCTOBER Conference Activities Registration 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC nd Floor Concourse Programming Support Desk 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom Foyer Authors Coffee 7:00 a.m. :00 a.m. CC Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom BC ACerS Basic Science Division Ceramographic Exhibit & Competition 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. CC 3rd Floor Gallery Educational Courses ACerS Additive Manufacturing of High-Performance Ceramics :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. OM Conference B ACerS Sintering of Ceramics Day 9:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. OM Conference A ACerS Smart Marketing for Engineers 9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. OM Frick ASM 7th Trilateral Conference on Critical Materials - INVITATION ONLY 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. WE Butler FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3 Educational Courses ACerS Sintering of Ceramics Day 9:00 a.m. :30 p.m. OM Conference A ACerS Smart Marketing for Engineers 9:00 a.m. :30 p.m. OM Frick LECTURES Monday, October 9 9:00 a.m. 0:00 a.m. CC-35 ACerS/EPDC Arthur L. Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture Rosario A. Gerhardt, Georgia Institute of Technology Structure Property Processing Relationships in Composite Materials :00 p.m. 4:40 p.m. CC-35 ACerS Richard M. Fulrath Award Session Akitoshi Hayashi, Osaka Prefecture University Development of Ion-conducting Glasses for Solid-State Batteries Chie Kawamura, Taiyo Yuden Co. Ltd. Synthesis of High Crystalline and Fine BaTiO 3 Powder for Thinner Ni-MLCCs Via Solid State Route Jon Ihlefeld, Sandia National Laboratories New Functionality from Reconfigurable Ferroelastic Domains in Ferroelectric Films Hideki Tanaka, Shoei Chemical Inc. Development of Mass Production of Ni-nanopowder for the Internal Electrode of MLCC by DC Thermal Plasma Process Klaus Van Benthem, University of California, Davis Do Fields Matter? Microstructure Evolution in Ceramic Oxides :30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. CC-335 Alpha Sigma Mu Lecture Dr. Joseph W. Newkirk, FASM, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering and Associated Faculty of Manufacturing Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology Creating the Materials of Tomorrow Tuesday, October 0 MS&T Plenary Session :00 a.m. 0:40 a.m. CC-Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom A AIST Adolf Martens Memorial Steel Lecture Bruno C. De Cooman, Vice President of Research and Development, NLMP Group Mechanical Twinning in Formable Advanced Ultra-high Strength Steel ASM/TMS Joint Distinguished Lectureship in Materials and Society Alexander H. King, FASM, The Ames Laboratory What Do We Need and How Will We Get It? ACerS Edward Orton Jr. Memorial Lecture Steven J. Zinkle, FASM, University of Tennessee, Knoxville What s New in Nuclear Reactors? :45 p.m. :45 p.m. CC-407 ASM Edward DeMille Campbell Memorial Lecture David E. Laughlin, FASM, Carnegie Mellon University Magnetic Transformations and Phase Diagrams :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC-35 ACerS Frontiers of Science and Society Rustum Roy Lecture Qingjie Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology Global Energy Challenges and Development of Thermoelectric Materials and Systems in China :00 p.m. 4:40 p.m. CC-30 ACerS Alfred R. Cooper Award Session Cooper Distinguished Lecture Edgar Zanotto, Federal University of Sao Carlos The Ultimate Fate of Glass 07 Alfred R. Cooper Young Scholar Award Presentation Yushu Hu, University of California, Los Angeles Glass Relaxation is Controlled by the Topology of the Atomic Network Wednesday, October :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC-35 ACerS Basic Science Division Robert B. Sosman Lecture Michael J. Hoffmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) Grain Growth in Perovskite-based Ceramics 5

16 MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MATSCITECH.ORG SPECIAL EVENTS Sunday, October ACerS Keramos Reception 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. OM Bob and Dolores Hope Room Current students, alumni, and Keramos friends from industry and academia all gather for this networking reception to promote awareness of the ceramic engineering discipline and professional development within this discipline. MS&T Women in Materials Science Reception 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. CC Allegheny Overlook Enjoy the chance to network with professionals and peers in a relaxed environment. Monday, October 9 ACerS Basic Science Division Ceramographic Exhibit and Competition CC-3rd Floor Gallery Join us for this intriguing annual poster exhibit that promotes the use of microscopy and microanalysis as tools in the scientific investigation of ceramic materials. Monday :00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Tuesday 7:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday 7:00 a.m. :00 p.m. ASM Women in Materials Engineering Breakfast (ticketed event) 7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. CC-30 Join your colleagues for the ASM Women in Materials Engineering Breakfast and listen to a lively discussion of relevant topics with featured speakers. This breakfast sold out last year and is expected to sell out again in 07. Visit MS&T registration to buy tickets. Please join us! ASM Leadership Awards Luncheon (ticketed event) :30 a.m. :00 p.m. WE-Allegheny I/II ASM s organizational unit awards as well as awards and scholarships of the ASM Materials Education Foundation will be presented. ASM s incoming Committee/Council chairs will also be recognized for their leadership. ASM Committee/Council members meeting during MS&T, and awardees, will receive an invitation to attend. Others may purchase tickets via the meeting registration form. Welcome Reception & Exhibition Grand Opening 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC-Hall A Network with your colleagues, meet new people, talk to the exhibitors, and learn about the exciting membership offerings of the organizing societies. AIST Steel to Students Reception 6:00 p.m. :00 p.m. RE-Symphony Ballroom Students with an interest in steel are encourage to attend this networking event. ACerS Annual Honor and Banquet Awards (ticketed event) 6:45 p.m. 0:00 p.m. OM-Grand Ballroom Enjoy dinner, conversation and the presentation of Society awards. Purchase tickets for $90 via meeting registration. (Reception) 6:45 7:30 p.m. (Banquet) 7:30 0 p.m. Tuesday, October 0 Young Professional Luncheon and Lecture :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC-309 Speaker: Elizabeth Holm, Carnegie Mellon University; Organized by the TMS Young Professionals Committee MS&T7 Exhibit Happy Hour Reception 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. CC-Hall A Network with colleagues and build relationships with qualified attendees, buyers, and prospects. ASM Awards Dinner Reception 6:5 p.m. 7:00 p.m. WE-Allegheny Foyer ASM Awards Dinner (ticketed event) 7:00-9:00 p.m. WE-Allegheny I/II Join us in celebrating the wonderful accomplishments of this year s award recipients and the 07 Class of Fellows. Tickets, which include the President s Reception following the dinner, can be purchased at the MS&T registration desk. ACerS 9 th Annual Meeting :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CC-309 The president reports on Society activities and newly elected officers take their positions during the annual membership meeting. All ACerS members and guests are welcome. ASM 04 th Annual Business Meeting 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. WE-Allegheny I/II Attend our annual business meeting where officers will be elected for the 07-0 term and other ASM business will be transacted. ASM members and guests are welcome. ASM Canada Council Suite and IMS Ice Breaker Reception 9:00 p.m. :00 a.m. WE-Westmoreland East Experience Canadian hospitality! 6

17 STUDENT EVENTS Undergraduate Student Poster Contest CC-Hall A Stop by the convention center exhibit hall to view the submissions to the 07 undergraduate poster contest. Posters will be displayed on Tuesday, October 0, and Wednesday, October, during regular exhibit hall hours. Graduate Student Poster Contest CC-Hall A The contest is open to current graduate students pursuing M.S. or Ph.D. degrees. Posters accepted in the MS&T technical program may be entered in the contest and will be displayed in the general poster session, October 0 and. SUNDAY, OCTOBER Chapter Leadership Workshop FOR CHAPTER OFFICERS ONLY 0 a.m. :00 p.m. WE-Pennsylvania West Meet fellow chapter officers, share best practices, and learn about Material Advantage! This workshop is for chapter officers only (Chair, Vice-Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer). Registration was required for this workshop. Undergraduate Student Speaking Contest :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE-Westmoreland Center MS&T hosts the semi-final and final rounds of the Material Advantage Undergraduate Student Speaking Contest. This contest encourages undergraduate students to present technical papers and helps to improve their presentation skills. The presentation subject must be technical but can relate to any aspect of materials science and engineering. One contestant from a university competes in this contest. Workshop How Not To Be Awkward: Maximizing Your Conference, Networking, and Interview Potential 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. WE- Cambria Attending conferences and networking is fundamental for many successful and rewarding careers. However, many students dread mundane networking mixers and meet-and-greet events. This informative session will feature experienced professionals giving practical advice on how to make the most of the various networking situations you may encounter throughout your career, as well as interviewing tips to score that first job. Registration not required! Student Networking Mixer 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. WE-Allegheny II/III Join in this relaxed, casual, and fun atmosphere designed for students, Material Advantage faculty advisors, and society volunteer leaders. Students are encouraged to wear their school colors. Music will be provided. MONDAY, OCTOBER 9 Welcome Reception Join the festivities to help kick off MS&T! See page 6 for more details. Emerging Professionals Symposium :00 a.m. :0 a.m. :00 4:40 p.m CC-Allegheny Overlook Find out what to expect during those first years after earning your degree at the symposium Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals! Ceramic Careers Mentoring Roundtable 0:45 a.m. :00 p.m. CC-Allegheny Overlook The Ceramic and Glass Industry Foundation invites all students and young professionals to a complimentary brunch to learn about careers in ceramics! Professionals from the ceramics and glass industry will present brief overviews of jobs in their fields and will circulate from table to table to answer questions and provide career advice. ACerS Student Tour CC-st Floor East Lobby :30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Students visit Harbison Walker International (HWI) during the annual student tour at MS&T. The tour is open to all MS&T7 student registrants and is free to attend, but advanced registration is required. AIST Student Plant Tour CC-st Floor East Lobby :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. AIST offers students the opportunity to tour a steel plant while at MS&T 07 in Pittsburgh. Advance registration is required. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0 Ceramic Mug Drop Contest :5 a.m. :5 p.m. CC-Hall A Mugs fabricated by students from ceramic raw materials are judged on aesthetics and breaking thresholds. Mugs are dropped from varying levels until the breaking threshold is reached. The mug with the highest successful drop distance wins! Don t miss this smashing event in the Exhibit hall. Ceramic Disc Golf Contest :30 p.m. :30 p.m. CC-Hall A This contest is sure to draw a crowd! Students create discs from ceramic or glass materials to meet certain specifications; the discs are then thrown into a regulation disc golf basket. Each disc will be judged in the categories of farthest distance achieved and artistic merit (aesthetics). The disc that is successfully thrown into the disc golf basket from the farthest distance in the fewest number of shots will be named winner of the Ceramic Disc Golf Contest; the most aesthetically pleasing/creative disc will be recorded as Best Looking disc. ASM Geodesic Dome Design Competition DomesDay 0:00 a.m. :45 p.m. CC-Hall A Can these domes take the weight? Join us for the display, judging, and selection of winners at the fourth ASM Geodesic Dome Design Competition! The Domes will be scored on aesthetics, presentation poster, and mechanical strength through compression testing. For more information, visit Student Awards Ceremony :00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. CC-Hall A Congratulate the winners of this year s contests: Material Advantage Chapters of Excellence, Student Speaking Contest, Graduate and Undergraduate Poster Contests, Ceramic Mug Drop Contest, Ceramic Disc Golf Contest, TMS Superalloys Awards, AIST/AISI Scholarships, ACerS PCSA Student Competitions, and Keramos National Awards. 7

18 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY SHORT COURSES Sunday, October :30 a.m. :00 p.m. WE-Butler West Additive Manufacturing of Metals Instructor: Eric Bono, Engineering Solutions at Puris The basic building block of any powder-based Additive Manufacturing (AM) system is the input metal powder. The quality of the final part directly relates to that starting powder and how it was manipulated during the additive process. Microstructural and chemical changes to that base powder must be tightly controlled and intimately understood in order to produce predictable and acceptable components. Powders can experience a wide range of heat, pressure, humidity, vibration, and other environmental conditions during the processing path. This course will look at some of those conditions and what impact they may have on final components, as well as how to manage and control them to yield the best possible parts. Different AM processes will be compared and contrasted as to how they manipulate the starting powder and what that means to the ultimate material properties. :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE-Armstrong A Design Mindset for Additive Manufacturing Instructor: Howard A Kuhn, FASM, University of Pittsburgh, America Makes Additive manufacturing (AM), more commonly known as 3D printing, has captured the attention and fascination of the world of materials and manufacturing. AM provides the opportunity for revolutionary approaches to product development through part integration, tooling for conventional processes, and unique geometries for weight savings. This short course focuses on a formalized approach to design for additive manufacturing by briefly reviewing the materials and characteristics of AM processes, describing various research accomplishments and successful commercial applications, and summarizing these observations into a set of rules, procedures, and mindset for realizing genuine value propositions for AM in metallic and ceramic materials. :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE-Butler West Essential Microstructure Interpretation Instructor: Frauke Hogue, FASM, Hogue Metallography Do you interpret microstructures on a regular basis, for quality control, failure analysis, or research? Are you just curious about what the structures mean that you have been seeing all these years? Or is metallography a new field for you? In any case, this Sunday class before the MS&T conference is for you! This is a one-day version of the four-day class that has been presented to rave reviews at the ASM Headquarters at Materials Park for the last 0 years. The focus is on practical interpretation, NOT theory, phase diagrams, and thermodynamics. There are no prerequisites. We will look at slides of over 00 structures and find out and discuss what each structure tells us about the type of material, manufacturing methods used, heat treatment, mechanical properties, and sometimes even failure modes. :30 a.m. :00 p.m. WE-Somerset East Failure Mechanisms and Analysis Instructors: Ronald J. Parrington, FASM, Engineering Systems, Inc. This half-day short course is based on the very popular ASM course: Principles of Failure Analysis. Whether made of metallic or nonmetallic materials, components fail by distortion, corrosion, wear, and/or fracture. The primary objective of failure analysis is to accurately identify the failure mechanism, so that appropriate preventive actions can be taken. The important mechanisms for each type of failure (distortion, corrosion, wear, and fracture) will be reviewed in detail, including the key macro- and microscale features used by the failure analyst to identify the various failure mechanisms. Numerous examples and case studies are illustrated with photographs, fractographs, and photomicrographs. :30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. WE-Westmoreland West Testing and Qualification in Additive Manufacturing (ASM) Instructor: Prabir K. Chaudhury, Exova Additive Manufacturing (AM) of 3D printed metallic parts do not have inspection, testing, and quality assurance guidelines. There isn t a consensus among participants on qualifying parts and inspecting when in production. This course addresses testing and qualification for industrial implementation. Processing related effects on microstructure and property provide guidance on process development and optimization through testing, inspection, and qualification. Mechanical, physical, and microstructural property measurement requirements for part design will be addressed. Material and process selection, machine qualification, product and process development, process optimization, qualification, monitoring, and finally product quality assurance are discussed. Beneficial for machine developers, part manufacturers, product designers, and original equipment manufacturers engaged in AM. :00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. RE-Rhapsody Ballroom I Hands On: Interactive Materials Data Visualization and Selection Tools for Research and Teaching Workshop Instructors: Luca Masi and Jorge Sobral, Granta Design In this hands-on workshop, attendees will access a comprehensive library of materials data; discover tools to help chart and analyze property data; and support better materials decisions using a systematic multi-objective material selection approach. Attendees will learn how to find technical materials property data (metals, ceramics, polymers, composites) and processes data (e.g., additive manufacturing). The instructors will also show how this data can be used for materials selection in research and teaching activities taking into account conflicting objectives, e.g., minimizing mass or cost and maximizing performance. Elements of sustainable development and green engineering will be taken into account as well. A time-limited license of the CES Selector software will be distributed before the workshop for attendees own Windows laptops. Attendees will also get access to Granta Design s extensive materials education teaching resource community.

19 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA :00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. RE-Symphony Ballroom A Additive Manufacturing Materials and Processes Workshop Instructors: David L. Bourell, University of Texas at Austin; Sudarsanam Suresh Babu, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Jack Beuth, Carnegie Mellon University; Kirk Rodgers, GE Additive Join the more than 50 individuals who have participated in this workshop since its debut in 05. A keystone program in the TMS Professional Development catalog, this workshop aims to familiarize participants with current additive manufacturing (AM) processes; current AM practice for metals, polymers, and ceramics; modeling of AM processes, microstructural evolution, and service properties; and current challenges and research opportunities. This workshop is designed for individuals in the materials community already familiar with AM processes who want to learn more. Academics and researchers will also benefit from discussions about current challenges to the full adoption of AM. Monday, October 9 Tuesday, October 0 Monday: :00 4:00 p.m. WE-Somerset East Tuesday: :30 a.m. :30 p.m. Metallography Insights Instructor: John Peppler, ASM International Over the past decade as Education Laboratory Manager at ASM International, John Peppler, has worked with many talented metallography instructors and facilitated hands on training for hundreds of ASM International students. ASM International Lab capabilities are supported by contributions from Corporate Partners of which many are top suppliers of Metallography and Microscopy equipment and consumables. Insights and perspective about the procedure and consumable choices required to prepare samples which reveal the true microstructure will be presented. Advances in Optical and Electron Microscopy capabilities and software which enhance Metallographic Laboratory capabilities will be discussed. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience hands-on training in the Struers Mobile Showroom (located on the MS&T Expo Show Floor), which is a fully functional materials testing lab. A Struers representative will be in contact with each registrant to schedule a specific time, following the class. SPONSORED BY STRUERS. There is no charge to attend this workshop. However, pre-registration IS REQUIRED. Space is limited to 5 people. Tuesday, October 0 Wednesday, October Tuesday: 0:00 a.m. :00 p.m or :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Wednesday: 9:30 a.m. :30 a.m. or :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. WE-Somerset West Hands on Techniques: Preparation, characterization and analysis of powder metals for Additive Manufacturing, presented by Verder Scientific Presnters: Kyle James, Verder Scientific Inc. Michael Hager, Verder Scientific Inc. Nico Masciantonio, Verder Scientific Inc. Gert Beckmann, Retsch Technology GmbH Cathy Johnson, ATM Materialography This workshop will provide hands on experience with live operating test systems for: Feed stock, particle size analysis and morphology Heat treatment for annealing, debinding and sintering C,S,N,O,H analysis of powder metals and finished products Recovery/recycling of non conforming products for re-use of feed stock materials Cutting, polishing and mechanical testing of finished products Please join us for this unique opportunity to experience Additive Manufacturing from Start to Finish! There is no charge to attend this workshop. However, pre-registration IS REQUIRED. Space is limited to 5 people for each class. Thursday October 9:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. OM-Conference B Additive Manufacturing of High-Performance Ceramics Instructor: Shawn Allan, Lithoz America, Johannes Homa Lithoz GmbH, Ming Leu Missouri S&T Ceramic additive manufacturing has the potential to radically change the market. The available manufacturing systems for ceramic have reached an advanced stage already and present a real alternative and a sensible addition to conventional manufacturing methods. This tendency of development has awakened great interest in industry and research, but also great uncertainty. It is therefore necessary to offer a deep insight into the subject to uncover the potential of the technology. The course provides its audience a varied program which contains a mixture of economic, application-specific and technology based topics. Thursday, October Friday, October 3 Thursday: 9:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Friday: 9:00 a.m. :30 p.m. OM-Conference A Sintering of Ceramics Instructor: Mohamed N. Rahaman, Missouri University of Science and Technology This two-day course will follow the key topics in the textbook, Sintering of Ceramics, by M. N. Rahaman (book is included with course) and will be supplemented by detailed case studies of the sintering of specific ceramics and systems. Students will develop sufficient background in the principles and practice of sintering to be able to (i) do sintering to achieve specified target microstructures, (ii) understand the difficulties encountered in practical sintering, and (iii) take practical steps to rectify the problems encountered in producing required target microstructures. 9

20 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY UPCOMING CONFERENCES Event Date Location/Sponsor Heat Treat 07 October 4-6, 07 Columbus, OH, USA ASM The Annual Emerging Leaders Alliance Conference Falls Church, November 5-, 07 VA, USA AIST 7 th Conference on Glass Problems (7 th GPC) November 6-9, 07 Columbus, OH, USA ACerS AIST 07 Leadership Conference November -4, 07 Orlando, FL, USA AIST International Conference on Sintering 07 November -6, 07 San Diego, CA, USA ACerS 0 Conference on Electronic and Advanced Materials January 7-9, 0 Orlando, FL, USA ACerS (formerly Electronic Materials and Applications) 4 nd International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and January -6, 0 Daytona Beach, FL, USA ACerS Composites (ICACC ) TMS 0 Annual Meeting and Exhibition March -5, 0 Phoenix, AZ, USA TMS Hydrometallurgy 0 March -5, 0 Phoenix, AZ, USA TMS 54 th Annual St. Louis Section / RCD Symposium March -, 0 St. Louis, MO, USA ACerS 7 th Ceramic Business Leadership Summit April 30, 0 Cleveland, OH, USA ACerS 4t h Ceramics Expo May 3, 0 Cleveland, OH, USA ACerS 9 th AeroMat Conference and Exposition May 7-9, 0 Orlando, FL, USA ASM International Thermal Spray Conference & Exposition May 7-0, 0 Orlando, FL, USA ASM Glass and Optical Materials Division Meeting (GOMD 0) May 0-4, 0 San Antonio, TX, USA ACerS 0 Superalloy 7 & Derivatives: Energy, Aerospace, and Industrial June 3 6, 0 Pittsburgh, PA, USA TMS Applications Thermal Processing In Motion June 5-7, 0 Spartanburg, SC, USA TMS Structural Clay Products Division & Southwest Section Meeting in June 5, 0 Columbia, S.C. USA ACerS conjunction with the National Brick Research Center Meeting 4 th Int l Congress on 3D Materials Science (3DMS) June 0-3, 0 Helsingor, Denmark TMS 9 th Advances in Cement-Based Materials (Cements 0) June, 0 University Park, Pa, USA ACerS NIST Benchmarking Conference June -, 0 Gaithersburg, MD, USA-TMS th International Conference on the Strength of Materials July 5-0, 0 Columbus, OH, USA TMS th International Conference on Ceramic Materials and Components for July -7, 0 Singapore ACerS Energy and Environmental Applications (CMCEE0) Diversity in the Minerals, Metals, and Materials Professions 3 (DMMM3) July 3 4, 0 Santa Barbara, CA, USA TMS Materials Challenges in Alternative & Renewable Energy (MCARE 0) August 0-3, 0 Vancouver, BC, Canada ACerS Extraction 0 August 6-9, 0 Ottawa, Canada TMS/MetSoc/SME MS&T October 4-, 0 Columbus, OH USA MS&T Team MS&T9 September 9 October 3, 09 Portland, Oregon, USA MS&T Team MS&T0 October 4, 00 Pittsburgh, PA, USA MS&T Team MS&T October 7, 0 Columbus, OH, USA MS&T Team 0

21 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA ORGANIZED BY FOUR LEADING MATERIALS SOCIETIES: The American Ceramic Society is the premier global membership organization for the technical ceramics and glass community. Celebrate with us Monday evening at the ACerS 9 th Annual Honors and Awards Banquet for the induction of the 07 Class of Fellows and awards presentations. The Society s prestigious award lectures will be presented at MS&T7: ACerS/ NICE Arthur L. Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture, Frontiers of Science and Society Rustum Roy Lecture, Edward Orton, Jr. Memorial Lecture, and Robert B. Sosman Lecture. All attendees are welcome to attend the ACerS lectures. Be sure to stop by the member lounge to relax between sessions, network with peers, hear what s new with the Society, and more. ceramics.org The Association for Iron & Steel Technology is a non-profit entity with over 7,500 members from more than 70 countries. AIST is recognized as a global leader in networking, education and sustainability programs for advancing iron and steel technology. Serving the entire iron and steel community, including steel manufacturers, suppliers, consumers and academics, our mission is to advance the technical development, production, processing and application of iron and steel. The Iron & Steel symposia is just one of the highlights for AIST members. The Adolf Martens Memorial Steel Lecture is part of the plenary session beginning at a.m. on Tuesday, October 0. Students with an interest in steel are encouraged to attend the Steel to Students Reception on Monday while at the conference! aist.org With over 6,000 members and 0-plus professional chapters worldwide, ASM International connects materials professionals with the finest resources available to solve problems, improve materials performance, and support professional development. Join us Monday for the ASM Women in Materials Engineering Breakfast, the Alpha Sigma Mu Lecture, and attend the ASM Leadership Awards Luncheon, where ASM Materials Education Foundation, Committee/Council and ASM organizational unit awards will be presented. Attend ASM s 04th Annual Meeting where officers will be elected for the 07-0 term and other ASM business will be transacted. Plan to experience Canadian hospitality at the ASM Canada Council Suite at the end of the day. On Tuesday, attend the ASM/TMS Distinguished Lecture in Materials and Society as included in the Plenary Session. Additionally, ASM will host the ASM Dome Design Competition sponsored by the ASM Student Board Members, and the Edward DeMille Campbell Memorial Lecture will be presented. You won t want to miss the ASM Awards Dinner on Tuesday evening! Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of this year s award recipients and the 07 Class of Fellows. Tickets, which include the President s Reception, can be purchased via the registration form. asminternational.org The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), is a member-driven international professional society dedicated to fostering the exchange of learning and ideas across the entire range of minerals, metals, and materials science and engineering, from minerals processing and primary metals production, to basic research and the advanced applications of materials. Included among its 3,000 professional and student members are metallurgical and materials engineers, scientists, researchers, educators, and administrators from more than 90 countries on six continents. TMS invites attendees to join us on Tuesday for the TMS Young Professional Tutorial Lecture, and the ASM/TMS Joint Distinguished Lecture in Materials and Society, delivered by the U.S. Department of Energy s Alexander H. King as part of the MS&T plenary session. tms.org CO-SPONSORED BY: NACE International, The Worldwide Authority Corrosion Society, is the world s largest and most recognized association for corrosion control. With over 36,000 members in 40 countries, NACE International is dedicated to protecting people, assets and the environment from the effects of corrosion. The association is involved in every industry and area of corrosion prevention and control, from chemical processing and water systems, to transportation and infrastructure protection. nace.org

22 OCTOBER 4, 0 GREATER COLUMBUS CONVENTION CENTER COLUMBUS, OHIO, USA MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY call for papers SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACTS BY MARCH 5, 0 Themes for 0 include: Additive Manufacturing Biomaterials Ceramic and Glass Materials Electronic and Magnetic Materials Energy Failure Analysis Fundamentals, Characterization, and Computational Modeling Iron and Steel (Ferrous Alloys) Materials-Environment Interactions Nanomaterials Processing and Manufacturing Special Topics MATSCITECH.ORG Organizers: Sponsored by:

23 Technical Meeting and Exhibition MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY MATSCITECH.ORG TECHNICAL PROGRAM The leading forum addressing structure, properties, processing and performance across the materials community. OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA Organizers: Sponsored by:

24 Date StartTime Room Page Program Highlights MS&T7 Plenary Lectures TUE AM Spirit of Pittsburgh 7 Ballroom MS&T7 Poster Session TUE AM Exhibition Hall 46 ACerS Frontiers of Science and Society - Rustum Roy Lecture TUE PM 35 7 ACerS Richard M. Fulrath Award Symposium MON PM ACerS Basic Science Division Robert B. Sosman Lecture WED PM 35 ACerS/EPDC: Arthur L. Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture MON AM ASM Alpha Sigma Mu Lecture MON PM ASM Edward DeMille Campbell Memorial Lecture TUE PM Additive Manufacturing Additive Manufacturing of Composites and Complex Materials II Processing MON AM Techniques/Applications MON PM Metals and Metallic Composites TUE PM Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Fatigue and Fracture Session I WED AM Session II WED PM 304 Session III THU AM Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Microstructure Development in AM Processes MON AM Microstructure and Mechanical Properties in Ti Alloys MON PM Processing and Properties of Alloy 7 MON PM Porosity and Microstructural Effects TUE PM 30 7 Properties of AM Manufactured Alloys TUE PM 30 7 AM Processing of Stainless Steels WED AM New Alloys for AM and Process Optimization WED AM AM Processing of Aluminum and Non-ferrous Alloys WED PM 30 Phase Formation and Stresses WED PM 30 3 Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Post Processing Physical Processing MON AM Thermal Processes I MON PM Thermal Processes II TUE PM Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Powder Feedstock Characterization and Performance Characterization of Powder for AM MON AM Powder Production MON PM Additive Manufacturing: In-situ Process Monitoring and Control Session I WED AM Session II WED PM

25 Date StartTime Room Page Modeling and Simulation in Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design, Property Prediction, and Process Control Modeling and Simulation in AM - Session I WED AM Modeling and Simulation in AM - Session II WED PM Modeling and Simulation in AM - Session III THU AM Non beam-based Additive Manufacturing Approaches for Metallic Parts Session I WED AM Session II WED PM 305 Session III THU AM Biomaterials Next Generation Biomaterials Innovations in Biomedical Materials/Nanostructured Biometals MON AM Next Generation Biomaterials I MON PM Metallic Biometals TUE PM Ceramic Biomaterials and Novel Biomaterials WED AM Next Generation Biomaterials II WED PM Surface Properties of Biomaterials Surface Properties of Biomaterials: Porous Surfaces, Bioactivity, and Biocompatibility MON AM Surface Properties of Biomaterials: Bearing Materials and Tribological Properties TUE PM Surface Properties of Biomaterials: Bioactivity, Surface Modifications and Coatings WED AM Ceramic and Glass Materials Alumina at the Forefront of Technology II Processing of Alumina Ceramics MON AM 36 3 Sintering and Microstructure of Alumina Ceramics MON PM Sapphire, Nano and High Purity Alumina TUE PM Ceramic-Based Optical Materials and Advanced Processing Session I TUE PM 3 75 Session II WED AM 3 93 Session III WED PM 3 6 Ceramics and Glasses Simulations and Informatics Bridging Space and Time Scales MON AM 3 39 Atomic-scale Modeling MON PM 3 60 Glass Composites Applications WED PM 3 9 Structure and Properties THU AM 3 35 Glass, Amorphous, and Optical Materials: Common Issues within Science & Technology Structure-property Relations I MON AM Structure-property Relations II MON PM ACerS Alfred R. Cooper Scholar Lecture and Award Presentation TUE PM

26 Date StartTime Room Page Innovative Processing and Synthesis of Ceramics, Glasses, and Composites Ceramic Processing I WED AM Ceramic Processing II WED PM 30 0 Ceramic Processing III THU PM International Symposium on Ceramic Matrix Composites CMC I WED AM 36 9 CMC II WED PM 36 CMC III THU AM Multifunctional Oxides Properties and Applications of Multifunctional Metal Oxides MON AM 3 47 Synthesis, Characterization, and Modeling of Metal Oxides MON PM 3 66 Multifunctional Metal Oxide Thin Films TUE PM 3 3 Phase Transformations in Ceramics: Science and Applications Experimental Studies in Phase Transformations I WED AM 3 07 Experimental Studies in Phase Transformations II WED PM 3 9 Theoretical Modeling of Phase Transformations and Phase Equilibria THU AM 3 44 Electronic and Magnetic Materials Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices Piezoelectrics/Ferroelectrics WED AM Dielectrics I/Dielectrics II WED PM 33 5 Multiferroics and Devices THU AM Emerging Interconnect and Pb-free Materials for Advanced Packaging Technology Session I WED AM Session II WED PM Session III THU AM Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF, and Radiation Sensors Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors I MON AM 33 4 Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors II MON PM 33 6 Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors III TUE PM 33 7 Energy Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Materials for Alternative Energy Battery and Electrolytes MON AM Photovoltaics and Electrochemistry MON PM Electrochemistry II TUE PM 40 0 Innovations in Materials and Processes for Solar PV Applications Innovations in Materials and Processes for Solar PV Applications MON PM Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Irradiation Effects in Materials MON AM Corrosion of Materials in Nuclear Energy Systems MON PM Accident Tolerant Fuels TUE PM 40 Characterization Methods and Reactor Fuels WED AM

27 Date StartTime Room Page Materials Testing, Processing, and Applications WED PM 40 3 Structural Materials, Fuels, and Irradiation Effects THU AM 40 3 Materials Issues in Nuclear Waste Management Nuclear Waste Management Strategies WED AM 40 0 Nuclear Waste Process Analysis and Modeling WED PM 40 4 Fundamental Issues in Nuclear Waste Management THU AM Fundamentals and Characterization Actinide and Lanthanide Materials II Oxides, Compounds, and Metals MON AM Metallic Fuels MON PM Advancements in In-situ Electron Microscopy Characterization II Mechanical Behaviors MON AM 4 37 Radiation Environments MON PM 4 59 Novel Instrumental Designs TUE PM 4 74 Composites and Simulations WED AM 40 9 Characterization of Fracture and Fragmentation Phenomena Across Multiple Length Scales: From Atomistic to Macroscopic Approaches Modeling of Fracture and Fragmentation Processes: Meso-/Macro-scopic Scales MON AM Fracture and Fragmentation Phenomena: Lower Length Scales Methodologies MON PM Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Structure and Chemistry of Interfaces MON AM Interface Thermodynamics MON PM Surface Phenomena TUE PM 40 0 Interfaces and Polycrystals; Interface Kinetics I WED AM 40 9 Interface Kinetics II WED PM 40 0 Interface Properties THU AM International Symposium on Defects, Transport, and Related Phenomena Lithium Ion Conductors/Modeling Defect and Transport MON AM Proton Conductors MON PM Anion Transport WED AM 4 99 Chemo-Mechanical Coupling WED PM 4 Transport at Interfaces THU AM 4 37 Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Novel Tech I MON AM 4 46 Novel Tech II MON PM 4 65 Novel Tech III TUE PM 4 Non-metals WED AM 4 0 Metals I WED PM 4 4 Metals II THU AM

28 Date StartTime Room Page Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing: Part I WED AM Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing: Part II WED PM Multi Scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing: Part III THU AM Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and their Applications (PSDK-XII) Session I: Diffusion, Kinetics and Applications MON AM 43 4 Session II: Thermodynamics, Modeling and Databases MON PM Session III: J. Willard Gibbs Phase Equilibria Award - Computational Thermodynamics TUE PM 43 4 Session IV: J. Willard Gibbs Phase Equilibria Award - Theory, Modelling and Database Development WED AM Session V: J. Willard Gibbs Phase Equilibria Award - Applications of Computational Thermodynamics WED PM 43 Session VI: Application of Thermodynamics and Diffusion THU AM Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution in Ti and Its Alloys Experiments WED AM Simulations WED PM Experiment and Simulations THU AM Recent Advances in Computer-aided Materials Design Emerging Approaches of Material Design TUE PM 34 5 Method Development in Material Design WED AM 34 0 Computational-experimental Synergy in Materials Discovery I WED PM Computational-experimental Synergy in Materials Discovery II THU AM Iron and Steel (Ferrous Alloys) Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Session I MON AM Session II MON PM Session III TUE PM Session IV WED AM Session V WED PM Session VI THU AM Advances in Zinc-coated Sheet Steel Processing and Properties Advances in Zinc-coated Sheet Steel Processing and Properties MON AM Gas/Metal Reactions, Diffusion and Phase Transformation during Heat Treatment of Steel Session I WED AM Session II WED PM Shaping and Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels II Shaping and Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels: Modeling MON AM Shaping and Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels: Experiments MON PM Shaping and Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels: Performance TUE PM 404 6

29 Date StartTime Room Page Materials-Environment Interactions Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection I TUE PM Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection II WED AM 33 9 Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection III WED PM 33 4 Advanced Materials and Sensors for Harsh Environments Advanced Materials for Harsh Environments I WED PM Advanced Materials for Harsh Environments II THU AM Advanced Materials for Oil and Gas Applications - Performance and Degradation Advanced Materials for Oil Gas Applications MON AM Materials Selection and Surface Analyses for Corrosion Prevention and Detection Steels and Advanced Materials TUE PM 405 Lightweight Materials WED AM Coatings and Protection/Corrosion Technologies WED PM Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application Thermal and Environmental Barrier Coatings MON AM Oxidation and Corrosion MON PM Oxidation, Corrosion, and Tribological Coatings TUE PM Corrosion and Functional Coatings WED AM Thermal Protection Materials and Systems TPS Materials - Methods of Testing and Analysis; TPS Materials Development and Testing MON AM Nanomaterials Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials I TUE PM 3 76 Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials II WED AM 3 94 Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials III WED PM 3 6 Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials IV THU AM 3 34 Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications I WED AM Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications II WED PM 39 7 Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications III THU AM

30 Date StartTime Room Page Responsive Functional Nanomaterials Session I MON AM Session II MON PM Session III TUE PM 30 6 Session IV WED AM Session V WED PM Theory, Manufacturing and Applications of Ceramic/Metal (CerMet) nano-laminates Ceramic/Metal (CerMet) Nano-laminates I MON AM Ceramic/Metal (CerMet) Nano-laminates II MON PM Processing and Product Manufacturing Advanced Manufacturing, Processing, Characterization and Modeling of Functional Materials Session I MON AM Session II MON PM 34 5 Boron, Boron Coatings, Boron Compounds and Boron Nanomaterials: Structure, Properties, Processing, and Applications D Boron & Physical Properties MON AM Novel Synthesis & Boron Suboxide MON PM Theory of Bulk Systems TUE PM Novel Synthesis & Coatings WED AM Design, Processing, and Development of Structural Materials Advanced Processing and Additive Manufacturing MON AM 3 4 Complex and Multicompetent Alloys MON PM 3 6 Mesoscale Microstructure: Simulations and Experiments TUE PM 3 77 Alloys for Power and Energy WED AM 3 95 Deformation Behavior of Structural Materials WED PM 3 7 Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XVII) Nano & Micro Joining MON AM Brazing MON PM Friction Stir Welding TUE PM 36 0 Welding Metallurgy WED AM Dissimilar Metal Welds WED PM 36 Welding Processes THU AM 36 3 Light Metals Alliance: Light Metal Technology 07 Light Metals Technology: Invited TUE PM 44 Light Metals Technology: Aluminum - Product Development WED AM Light Metals Technology: Titanium WED AM Light Metals Technology: Characterization WED PM 45 Light Metals Technology: Magnesium & General Presentations WED PM 44 Mechanochemical Synthesis and Reactions in Materials Science II Session I TUE PM 37 3 Session II WED AM Session III WED PM

31 Date StartTime Room Page Session IV THU AM Metal and Polymer Matrix Composites III Composites: Imaging and Characterization TUE PM 39 3 Metal Matrix Composites WED PM Polymer Matrix Composites THU AM Multifunctional Ceramic- and Metal-matrix Composites: Processing, Properties, and Performance Trends in the Development of CMCs and MMCs MON AM General Processing and Characterization of CMCs and MMCs/Miscellaneous topics on MMCs and CMCs MON PM Processing and Performance of Materials Using Microwaves, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Ultrasound, Lasers, and Mechanical Work Rustum Roy Symposium Session I MON AM 3 49 Session II MON PM 3 6 Session III TUE PM 3 5 Session IV WED AM 3 07 Rare Earth Metals, Compounds, and Alloys: Synthesis, Processing, Emerging Applications, Recent Advances, Future Challenges Emerging/Novel REM/REE Applications I MON AM Emerging/Novel REM/REE Applications II MON PM 35 6 REE Panel Keynote and Discussion TUE PM 35 5 Regulatory Issues and the Effect of New Advances in REE Separation and Metal Making Technologies WED AM 35 0 Current Production Status, Availability, and Economics of REE/REM WED PM Synthesis Characterization, Properties and Applications of Functional Porous Materials Porous Material Applications in Enviromental and Sustainable Fields WED AM 39 0 Structure-property-performance WED PM 39 3 Synthesis, Characterization and Modeling THU AM The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Novel Green Design of Ceramics I/Novel Green Technologies for Energy and High Temperature Applications MON AM 37 5 Novel Green Design of Ceramics II MON PM Next Generation Green Technologies I TUE PM 37 Novel Green Technologies for Designing Porous Materials/Green Technologies in Biomaterials and Computational Materials WED AM 37 Novel Utilization of Waste Materials/Next Generation Green Technologies II WED PM 37 3 Novel Utilization of Waste Materials II THU AM Titanium Powder Metallurgy Session I TUE PM 305 Ultra High Performance Metals, Metal Alloys, Intermetallics, and Metal Matrix Composites for Aerospace, Defense, and Automotive Applications High Performance / Ultrafine Grained / Nanostructured Low Density Alloys MON AM Bulk Metallic Glass / High Entropy Alloys MON PM High Temperature Materials / Composites / Hybrid / Graded Materials TUE PM

32 Date StartTime Room Page Special Topics ACerS Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium I: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance WED AM 35 9 Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium II: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance WED PM 35 Best Practices in Academic Laboratory Safety Session I MON AM 3 3 Session II MON PM 3 59 Curricular Innovations and Continuous Improvement of Academic Programs (and Satisfying ABET along the Way): The Elizabeth Judson Memorial Symposium Course and Curriculum Improvements; ABET Update MON AM Design in Materials Science and Engineering MON PM Data and Tools for Materials Discovery and Design Materials Information Infrastructure MON AM Combinatorial First Principles and High Throughput Methods for Screening: Challenges and Opportunities MON PM 33 6 Uncertainty in Materials Design and Development TUE PM Data Science Methods in Materials Discovery and Development I WED AM Data Science Methods in Materials Discovery and Development II WED PM 33 6 Diversity in STEM and Best Practices to Improve It Diversity in STEM and Best Practices to Improve It TUE PM Failure Analysis and Prevention Fatigue and Fracture MON AM 40 4 Microanalysis, Microscopy and Metallography in Failure Analysis (Joint FAS-IMS) MON AM Additive Manufacturing, Processing & Corrosion Failures MON PM Composites & Non-Metallics TUE PM Petrochemical & Piping TUE PM Tools & Techniques WED AM Steel & Heat Treatment WED PM 407 Wear and Tribology WED PM 40 Unusual and Complex Cases THU AM Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization I TUE PM Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization II WED AM Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization III WED PM 409 Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals, Session I MON AM 44 4 Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals, Session II MON PM Special Session on Emerging Technologies to Develop and Commercially Adopt Innovative Materials Special Session on Emerging Technologies to Develop and Commercially Adopt Innovative Materials TUE PM

33 ACerS/EPDC: Arthur L. Friedberg Ceramic Engineering Tutorial and Lecture Monday AM Room: 35 October 9, 07 9:00 AM Invited Structure-property-processing Relationships in Composite Materials: Rosario Gerhardt ; Georgia Institute of Technology Actinide and Lanthanide Materials II Oxides, Compounds, and Metals Program Organizers: Clarissa Yablinsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Adam Farrow, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Jason Jeffries, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Kester Clarke, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Clinique L. Brundidge, Naval Nuclear Laboratory Monday AM Room: 405 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Adam Farrow, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Jason Jeffries, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory :00 AM Invited Probing Local Disorder in Actinide Oxides: Raul Palomares ; Jacob Shamblin ; Maik Lang ; The University of Tennessee :40 AM Purification of Lanthanide Isotopes Using Electromagnetic Isotope Separation: Tyler Bronson ; Kevin Dudeck ; Chris Leibman ; Los Alamos National Laboratory 9:00 AM Predictive Modeling for Strongly Correlated f-electron Systems: A Firstprinciples and Database Driven Machine Learning Approach: Towfiq Ahmed ; Heike Harper ; Alexander Balatsky ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; Uppsala University 9:0 AM Invited The Irradiated Materials Characterization Laboratory Current Capabilities and Recent Results: Karen Wright ; Lingfeng He ; Brandon Miller ; Daniel Jadernas ; Brandon Hernandez ; Idaho National Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Plutonium Phase Diagrams in the New Edition of the Plutonium Handbook: Aurelien Perron ; Patrice Turchi ; Lidia Timofeeva ; Jason Jeffries ; David Clark 3 ; Robert Hanrahan 4 ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; A. A. Bochvar All-Russia Research Institute of Inorganic Materials (VNIINM); 3 Los Alamos National Laboratory; 4 DOE-NNSA :00 AM d-phase 39Pu-Ga Alloys at Low Temperature by Pulsed Neutron Diffraction: Alice Smith ; Sven Vogel ; Jianzhong Zhang ; Adrian Losko ; Scott Richmond ; Michael Ramos ; Franz Freibert ; Los Alamos National Laboratory :0 AM Real Time Evolution of Elastic Moduli to Study Aging δ-pu 39 : Boris Maiorov ; Los Alamos National Laboratory :40 AM Peak-force Quantitative Nanomechanical Mapping of Ga-stabilized d-pu: Miles Beaux ; Miguel Santiago Cordoba ; Igor Usov ; Los Alamos National Laboratory Additive Manufacturing of Composites and Complex Materials II Processing Program Organizers: Dirk Lehmhus, ISIS Sensorial Materials Scientific Centre; Jonathan Spowart, Air Force Research Laboratory; Nikhil Gupta, New York University Monday AM Room: 304 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Jonathan Spowart, Air Force Research Laboratory; Nikhil Gupta, New York University :00 AM 3D Printing in Maxillofacial Surgery: Assessment to Print Mandibular Fixation Plates: Ilaria Campioni ; Nikhil Gupta ; Ilaria Cacciotti ; Niccolò Cusano University; New York University, Tandon School of Engineering :0 AM Invited Additive Manufacturing of Functional Graded Multi-materials via Selective Laser Melting Microstructure and Mechanical Behavior: Florian Hengsbach ; Peter Koppa ; Martin Holzweissig ; Madison Burns ; Peter Hoyer ; Thomas Tröster ; Mirko Schaper ; Paderborn University; Benteler Automotive :40 AM Invited Additive Manufacturing of Interpenetrating Phase Composites with Exceptional Damage-tolerance: Alexander Pawlowski ; Zachary Cordero ; Matthew French ; Thomas Muth 3 ; J. Keith Carver 3 ; Ralph Dinwiddie 3 ; Amy Elliott 3 ; Amit Shyam 3 ; Derek Splitter 3 ; University of Tennessee; Rice University; 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory 9:00 AM Invited Additive Manufacturing via Ambient Reactive Extrusion: Cynthia Kutchko ; Orlando Rios ; David Fenn ; Reza Rock ; Kurt Olson ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; PPG Industries 9:0 AM Keynote Development of New Resin Chemistries for Additive Manufacturing Processes of Composites: Hilmar Koerner ; Air Force Research Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Effect of Porosity on Stochastic Fracture of Additive Manufactured Polymer Matrix Composites: Eric Anderson ; Ozgur Keles ; San Jose State Univerisity 0:40 AM Formulation of UV Curable Resins Utilized in Vat Photo Polymerization for the Additive Manufacturing of Gun Propulsion Charge in 3D Printers: David Bird ; Elbert Caravaca ; US Army :00 AM Laser-matter Interactions in Laser Beam Melting of High Performance Alumina-zirconia Oxide Ceramics: Liliana Moniz ; Christophe Colin ; Marie- Hélène Berger ; Jean-Dominique Bartout ; Mines Paristech MONDAY AM 33

34 MONDAY AM 34 :0 AM Tunability via Field-assisted Printing of Magnetic-mechanoluminescent Nanofibers: Madhuparna Roy ; Jolie Frketic ; Geoffrey Strouse ; Subramanian Ramakrishnan ; Larry Holmes 3 ; Tarik Dickens ; FAMU-FSU College of Enginnering; Florida State University; 3 Army Research Laboratory Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Microstructure Development in AM Processes Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Monday AM Room: 30 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals :00 AM Invited Microstructure Development in 3D Printed Metals: Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 AM Characterization of Novel Lattice Structures Formed through Additive Manufacturing with Aluminum, Titanium, and Magnesium Alloys: Eric Faierson ; Quad City Manufacturing Laboratory & Western Illinois University 9:00 AM Influence of Volumetric Energy Density and Temperature on Crystallographic Texture and Microscopic Defects in a 3-D Printed Stainless Steel Alloy: Hahn Choo ; Austin Ngo ; Xianghui Xiao ; Yang Ren ; Manyalibo Matthews 3 ; Elena Garlea 4 ; University of Tennessee; Argonne National Laboratory; 3 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 4 Y- National Security Complex 9:0 AM Experimental and Numerical Study of Additive Manufactured Stain-less Steel Lattice Structures: Alexander Taube ; Wadim Reschetnik ; Kay-Peter Hoyer ; Gunter Kullmer ; Mirko Schaper ; Paderborn University 9:40 AM Effect of Microstructure on Anisotropic Ductility in Additively Manufactured Metallic Materials: Allison Beese ; Zhuqing Wang ; Alexander Wilson-Heid ; Pennsylvania State University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Location Dependence of the Microstructure in Selectively Laser Melting NiTi: Brian Franco ; Ji Ma ; Gustavo Tapia ; Jun Liu ; Alaa Elwany ; Raymundo Arroyave ; Ibrahim Karaman ; Texas A&M University 0:40 AM A Comparative Study of Solidification Microstructure of Electron Beam and Laser Melted Powder Mixtures of Ni and Sn: Jianrong Gao ; Rijie Zhao ; Yeqing Wang ; Jerry Guo ; Brant Wu ; Northeastern University; Dynasty Metal Additive Manufacturing Systems Co., Ltd :00 AM Manufacturing TiAl Parts with Electron Beam Melting: Processing - Microstructure - Mechanical Property Relationships: Ercan Cakmak ; Peeyush Nandwana ; Yukinori Yamamoto ; Dongwon Shin ; Indrani Sen ; Thomas Watkins ; Ryan Dehoff ; Roger England 3 ; Allen Haynes ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; India Institute of Technology Kharagpur; 3 Cummins Inc. :0 AM XRM: Tomography and 3D Grain Mapping for Additive Manufacturing: Leah Lavery ; Luke Hunter ; Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Post Processing Physical Processing Program Organizers: Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Monday AM Room: 303 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Ola Harrysson, NC State University :00 AM Keynote A Method for Integrating Additive and Subtractive Operations for Metal Parts - Direct Additive Subtractive Hybrid Manufacturing (DASH): Matt Frank ; Ola Harrysson ; Rick Wysk ; Niechen Chen ; Harshad Srinivasan ; Guangyu Hou ; Carter Keough ; Iowa State University; North Carolina State University :40 AM Analysis of Fatigue Behavior of Ti-6Al-4V Made by Electron Beam Melting after Additional Surface Processing: Carter Keough ; Harvey West ; Richard Wysk ; Ola Harrysson ; North Carolina State University 9:00 AM Effect of Shot Peening on Steel: Sachin Patil ; Bharat Forge Ltd 9:0 AM Electrochemical Surface Finishing of Additively Manufactured Parts: Timothy Hall ; Holly Garich ; Stephen Snyder ; E Taylor ; Faraday Technology Inc. 9:40 AM Keynote Mechanism and Effect of Post-processing on the Morphology and Surface Integrity of Metal AM Components: Ashif Iquebal ; Satish Bukkapatnam ; Texas A&M University 0:0 AM Break 0:40 AM The Effects of Ultrasonic Nanocrystal Surface Modification on the Fatigue Performance of 3D-printed Ti64: Hao Zhang ; Richard Chiang ; Haifeng Qin 3 ; Zhencheng Ren ; Dong Lin 4 ; Gary Doll 3 ; Vijay Vasudevan ; Yalin Dong ; Chang Ye ; University of Akron; University of Cincinnati; 3 Timken Engineered Surfaces Laboratories, University of Akron; 4 Kansas State University :00 AM Tailoring Microstructure and Residual Stress Profile of Selective Laser Melted Parts by Laser Shock Peening: Nikola Kalentics ; Eric Boillat ; Patrice Peyre ; Roland Logé ; EPFL; Processes and Engineering in Mechanics and Materials Laboratory (PIMM), CNRS-ENSAM Paristech :40 AM Microstructural Evolution of a Novel High Strength Aluminum Alloy for Aerospace Additive Manufacturing Applications: Jacob Rindler ; Eric Fodran ; John Barnhart ; Michael DeVito ; Northrop Grumman; Northrop Grumman

35 :0 AM Formation of the Ni 3 Nb Delta-phase in Stress-relieved Inconel 65 Produced via Powder-bed Laser Fusion Additive Manufacturing: Eric Lass ; Mark Stoudt ; National Institute of Standards and Technology Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Powder Feedstock Characterization and Performance Characterization of Powder for AM Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Monday AM Room: 305 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Timothy Horn, North Carolina State University :00 AM Additive Manufacturing: Characterizing Metal Powder Features and Detecting Contaminants: Amber Dalley ; Stephen Kennedy ; Greg Kotyk ; RJ Lee Group :0 AM Preparation and Characterization of Alternative Stainless Steel Feedstock Powders for Use in Additive Manufacturing: Blake Fullenwider ; Julie Schoenung ; Kaka Ma ; Colorado State University; University of California Irvine :40 AM Characterization of Differently Atomized Powder Using Micro Computed X-ray Tomography for Additive Manufacturing of Alloy 65: Colleen Hilla ; Amir Mostafaei ; Erica Stevens ; Markus Chmielus ; University of Pittsburgh 9:00 AM Industry Comparison of Powder Feedstock Variability on The Performance of Selective Laser Melted Ni-based Superalloy 7: Chantal Sudbrack ; David Ellis ; Bradley Lerch ; Timothy Smith ; Richard Boothe ; Kenneth Cooper ; Jonathan Tylka 3 ; Ivan Locci 4 ; Paul Chao 5 ; Benjamin Richards 6 ; NASA Glenn Research Center; NASA Marshall Space Flight Center; 3 NASA White Sands Test Facility; 4 University of Toledo; 5 Carnegie Mellon University; 6 Northwestern Unversity 9:0 AM From Powder to Part Why AM Needs a TQM System from Starting Material to Built Component: Nate Kistler ; LPW Technology 9:40 AM Characterization of Ejected Particles or Spatter during Laser Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing: Chris Rock ; Maria Withrow ; Tim Horn ; Harvey West ; NC State, Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Chemical and Physical Characterization of Recycled Metal Powders: Bradley Barnhart ; James McGuffin-Cawley ; Case Western Reserve University 0:40 AM Proposed Strategy for Analysis and Management of Re-cycled Powder Materials: Najib Baig ; Will Marsden ; Stephen Warde ; John Twerdok ; Granta Design :00 AM Inductively-coupled Plasma Powder Metallurgy: An Overview of Applications for Additive Manufacturing: Jean-Francois Carrier ; Tekna Plasma Systems :0 AM Characterizing the Effect of Thermal Processing on Powder Al Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Applications: Caitlin Walde ; Danielle Cote ; Richard Sisson ; Victor Champagne ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; US Army Research Laboratory :40 AM Design of Experiments Approach for DMLS: Krista Limmer ; Andelle Kudzal ; Efrain Hernandez ; Mark Tschopp ; Brandon McWilliams ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory Advanced Manufacturing, Processing, Characterization and Modeling of Functional Materials Session I Program Organizers: Markus Chmielus, University of Pittsburgh; Mohammad Elahinia, University of Toledo; Reginald Hamilton, The Pennsylvania State University; Haluk Karaca, University of Kentucky; Reza Mirzaeifar, Virginia Tech Monday AM Room: 34 October 9, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 AM Invited Complexity of and Broader Opportunities in Additively Manufactured NiTi Shape Memory Alloys: Ibrahim Karaman ; Ji Ma ; Brian Franco ; Kubra Karayagiz ; Luke Johnson ; Jun Liu ; Gustavo Tapia ; Mohamad Mahmoudi ; Alaa Elwany ; Raymundo Arroyave ; Texas A&M University :40 AM Selection of SLM Process Parameters to Tailor the Microstructure and Superelasticity of Ni-rich NiTi Alloys: Soheil Saedi ; Narges Shayesteh Moghaddam ; Sayed Ehsan Saghaian ; Amirhesam Amerinatanzi ; Mohammad Elahinia ; Haluk Karaca ; University of Kentucky; University of Toledo 9:00 AM Laser Directed Energy Deposition Additive Manufactured NiTi SMAs: Heat Treated Material Microstructures and Superelasticity: Beth Bimber-Last ; Reginald Hamilton ; Todd Palmer ; The Pennsylvania State University 9:0 AM Heat-free Processing and Low-power Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Products through Metastable Material States: Andrew Martin ; Christophe Frankiewicz ; Ian Tevis ; Zach Martin ; Boyce Chang ; Dipak Paramanik ; Martin Thuo ; Iowa State University; SAFI-Tech 9:40 AM High-throughput Experimentally Guided Discovery of Next Generation High-temperature Shape Memory Alloys: Bandar AlMangour ; Zongkai Yan ; Mark Miao ; Joost Vlassak ; Harvard University MONDAY AM 35

36 MONDAY AM 36 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Additive Manufacturing and Processing of Functional Magnetic Materials: Markus Chmielus ; Erica Stevens ; Katerina Kimes ; Amir Mostafaei ; Jakub Toman ; University of Pittsburgh :00 AM Numerical Modeling of Mechanical Behavior of 3D Printed Ni-Mn-Ga Parts Using Finite Element Analysis: Eric Myers ; Matt Caputo ; Rafaela Vannutelli ; C. Virgil Solomon ; Youngstown State University :0 AM Additive Manufacturing of Geometrically Complex Parts from Ni-Mn-Ga Prealloyed Powders with Various Morphologies: Matthew Caputo ; C. Virgil Solomon ; Youngstown State University :40 AM Epitaxial Growth of a Magnetic Shape-memory Alloy via Directed Energy Deposition: Jakub Toman ; Peter Müllner ; Markus Chmielus ; University of Pittsburgh; Boise State University Advanced Materials for Oil and Gas Applications - Performance and Degradation Advanced Materials for Oil Gas Applications Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Paal Bratland, OneSubsea; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Maria Sawford, ATI; Xi Shan, GE Oil & Gas Monday AM Room: 33 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Riad Asfahani, US Steel :00 AM Invited Understanding the Corrosion Behavior in High Strength Copper-nickel-tin Spinodal Alloys: Carole Trybus ; Bob Kusner ; Nathan Goebel ; Fritz Grensing ; William Nielsen ; Diane Nielsen ; Materion Performance Alloys; Materion Performance Alloy :40 AM Predicting (Downhole) Solid Particle Erosion: Insights from a Material Perspective: John Stevens ; Bo Yu ; Baker Hughes 9:00 AM Synchrotron Based Tomographic Imaging of Shale: C.M. Hefferan ; B.R. Bandli ; D.R. Blood ; R. Cunningham 3 ; D.B. Menasche 4 ; A.D. Rollett 3 ; S.F. Schlaegle ; R.J. Lee Group; EQT Corporation; 3 Carnegie Mellon University; 4 Hamiltonian Group LLC 9:0 AM Sour Service Material Qualification Challenges for Div 3 HPHT Equipment: Michael Burns ; Stress Engineering Services, Inc. 9:40 AM Temperature and Strain Rate Dependence of Mechanical Properties in Line Pipe Steels: Taylor Jacobs ; Mary Rosprim ; David Matlock ; Kip Findley ; Colorado School of Mines 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Development of High Strength Low C 3%Cr Martensitic Stainless Steel by More Mo Addition: Shuji Hashizume ; TenarisNKKTubes 0:40 AM Controlled Degredation and Self-expanding Materials for Oil and Gas: Andrew Sherman ; Brian Werry ; Nick Farkas ; Terves Inc; Powdermet Inc :00 AM Nanostructured Steel Susceptibility to Sulfide Stress Cracking: Arash Shadravan ; Raymundo Case ; Argie Rumann ; Texas A&M University; VODIK Industries :0 AM A Metallurgical Look at the Direct Energy Deposition Additive Manufacturing Repair of Ferrous Alloy Parts: Manuel Marya ; Srinand Karuppoor ; Virendra Singh ; You Lu ; Schlumberger Technology Corporation :40 AM Additive Manufacturing for Oil and Gas Applications: Matthias Gieseke ; Christoph Wangenheim ; Madison Burns ; René Kube ; Baker Hughes INTEQ GmbH Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Session I Program Organizers: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Charles Enloe, General Motors; Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc Monday AM Room: 406 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Charles Enloe, General Motors :00 AM Microstructure and Tensile Properties of Medium Mn Two-stage TRIP Steels: Daniel Field ; David Van Aken ; Missouri S&T :0 AM Deformation Twinning Mechanisms of TWIP Steel Revealed by In-situ Transmission Electron Microscopy: Jin-Kyung Kim ; Minhyeok Kwon ; Bruno De Cooman ; Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology, POSTECH :40 AM The Impact of Aluminum on the Microstructure and Deformation Behavior in Medium-Mn TRIP Steels: B Yu ; Y Injeti ; Devesh Misra ; University of Texas at El Paso 9:00 AM The Role of Microstructure in Damage Development of st and 3 rd Generation AHSS during Air Bending: Clemens Suppan ; Thomas Hebesberger ; Andreas Pichler ; Johannes Rehrl ; Otmar Kolednik ; Voestalpine Stahl GmbH; Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science, Austrian Academy of Sciences 9:0 AM High Temperature Tempering Behavior of Martensite during AHSS Manufacturing: Evgueni Poliak ; Olga Girina ; Pavan Venkatasurya ; Damon Panahi ; ArcelorMittal USA 9:40 AM Hydrogen Trapping Behavior in a Strained Ferritic-martensitic Dual Phase Steel: Hiroshi Okano ; Shusaku Takagi ; JFE Steel Corporation

37 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM An Integrated Computational Approach for the Development of Automotive Steels: Jihye Park ; Myung-Yeon Kim ; Jae-Hyeok Shim ; Jin-Yoo Suh ; Woo- Sang Jung ; Sung Chul Cha ; Seung-Hyun Hong ; Korea Institute of Science and Technology; Hyundai Motor Group 0:40 AM Architecturing TWIP Steels for Energy Absorption and Lightweighting: Mackenzie Jones ; Hang Yu ; Virginia Tech :00 AM Austenite Growth and Retention Simulations in Intercritically Annealed Medium Manganese Steels: Josh Mueller ; Emmanuel De Moor ; Advanced Steel Processing and Products Research Center, Colorado School of Mines :0 AM Characterizing High Mn TRIPLEX Steels for Thick Plate Applications: Katherine Sebeck ; Richard Gerth ; Ryan Howell ; US Army TARDEC; US Army PEO GCS :40 AM Temperature and Strain Rate Effects on Tensile Deformation Behavior of a Medium Mn TRIP Steel: Whitney Poling ; Kip Findley ; Emmanuel De Moor ; John Speer ; National Institute of Standards and Technology; Colorado School of Mines Advancements in In-situ Electron Microscopy Characterization II Mechanical Behaviors Program Organizers: Yue Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Nan Li, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Khalid Hattar, Sandia National Laboratories; T. John Balk, University of Kentucky; Josh Kacher, Georgia Tech Monday AM Room: 4 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Yue Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Nan Li, Los Alamos National Lab :00 AM Invited Integrative In-situ TEM: Khalid Hattar ; Brittany Muntifering ; Patrick Price ; Chris Barr ; Samuel Briggs ; Caitlin Taylor ; Daniel Bufford ; Sandia National Laboratories :30 AM Invited Dislocation Shielding Enhancement of Toughness in Brittle Materials: William Gerberich ; Eric Hintsala ; University of Minnesota; Hysitron, Inc. 9:00 AM Invited In Situ High Resolution TEM for Diffusive Deformation: Scott Mao ; Li Zhong ; Yang He ; University of Pittsburgh 9:30 AM Invited In Situ Observations of Twin Interactions in HCP Metals: Rodney McCabe ; Fulin Wang ; Yue Liu ; Benjamin Morrow ; Sean Agnew ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; University of Virginia 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Atomic-level Study of Twinning and Phase Transformation Mechanisms in Crystalline Materials: Jian Wang ; University of Nebraska-Lincoln 0:50 AM Invited Insights into the Deformation of Nanoporous Gold Using Scanning Nanobeam Diffraction: Thomas Balk ; James Ciston ; Nicolas Briot ; Andrew Minor ; University of Kentucky; National Center for Electron Microscopy :0 AM Probing Deformation of Amorphous Porous Carbon Nanospheres: In-situ Experiment and Computational Analysis: Baoxing Xu ; university of virginia :40 AM In Situ TEM Investigation of the Thermal, Mechanical, and Corrosion Stability of CoCrFeNiMn High Entropy Alloy: Elaf Anber ; Chris Barr ; Mitra Taheri ; Drexel University Advances in Zinc-coated Sheet Steel Processing and Properties Advances in Zinc-coated Sheet Steel Processing and Properties Program Organizers: Frank Goodwin, International Zinc Association; Joseph McDermid, McMaster University Monday AM Room: 403 October 9, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 AM Influence of Oxidizing Gas and Surface Microstructure on the Kinetics of High-temperature Oxidation of a CMnSi Advanced High-Strength Steel (AHSS): Mary Story ; Bryan Webler ; Carnegie Mellon University :0 AM A Phase Field Model for Multiphase Oxidation of Advanced High Strength Steels: Alireza Toghraee ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; Missouri University of Science and Technology :40 AM Study on Selective Oxidation of a Mn-Al Advanced High Strength Steel: Shiang-Ren Tsai ; Chiung-Wen Hsu ; Liuwen Chang ; National Sun Yat-Sen University 9:00 AM Internal Stresses and Processing Modeling for Galvanized and Galvannealed DP Steels: Hongwei Ma ; WISCO 9:0 AM Application of V-N Microalloying in Ultra-high Strength Martensitic Sheet Steels for Hot-dip Galvanising: David Martin ; Bevis Hutchinson ; Swerea KIMAB AB 9:40 AM New Filler Metal for Producing High-Speed Welds in Thin-gauge Coated Steels with Minimal Porosity: Susan Fiore ; Hobart Brothers 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Design and Characterization of Core-shell Nanocontainers Impregnated with Inhibitor for Active Corrosion Protection of Low Carbon Steel: Kamelia Kamburova ; Neli Boshkova ; Nikolai Boshkov ; Tsetska Radeva ; Institute of Physical Chemistry, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences 37 MONDAY AM

38 MONDAY AM 0:40 AM Obtaining Zinc Coatings on a Sheet Steel in SHS Conditions: Borys Sereda ; Dmytro Sereda ; DSTU; Zaporizhzhzya State Engineering Academy Alumina at the Forefront of Technology II Processing of Alumina Ceramics Program Organizers: William Walker, Federal-Mogul Corporation; Marina Pascucci, CeraNova Corporation; Charles Compson, Almatis; William Carty, Alfred University Monday AM Room: 36 October 9, 07 Session Chair: William Walker, Federal-Mogul Powertrain :00 AM Invited Colloidal Behavior of Alumina Suspended in an Aqueous Medium: William Carty ; Hyojin Lee ; Alfred University :40 AM Invited An Exact DLVO Solution for Various Powders in Non-aqueous Mediums to Predict Suspension Stability: Keith DeCarlo ; Blasch Precision Ceramics 9:0 AM Corrosion of Alumina Powders in an Aqueous Medium: William Carty ; Hyojin Lee ; Randy Mauzy ; Paul Ormond ; Alfred University; AluChem, Inc. 9:40 AM 3D Printing of High-performance Alumina Parts: Johannes Homa ; Martin Schwentenwein ; Lithoz GmbH 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Particle Packing and Sintering of 3-D Printed Alumina: Patrick Cigno ; William Carty ; Hyojin Lee ; Alfred University 0:40 AM Injection Molding Different Shaped Ceramics and Understanding Process Variation: Jordan Otminski ; LEDVANCE LLC :00 AM Evaluation of Polishing Damage and Relief in Sintered Alumina: Alicia Mayville ; Hyojin Lee ; William Carty ; Alfred University :0 AM Surface Finish Improvements for Alumina Components Shaped by Green Grinding: William Walker ; Federal-Mogul Corporation Best Practices in Academic Laboratory Safety Session I Program Organizers: Elizabeth Kupp, Penn State University; Theresa Kotanchek, Evolved Analytics LLC; Edgar Lara-Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Monday AM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Theresa Kotanchek, Evolved Analytics LLC; Elizabeth Kupp, Penn State University :00 AM Invited Value Based Safety and Its Potential to Transform Workplace Culture ( and How Your Attitude towards Safety Can Make You a Better Job Candidate): Daniel Vaughn ; Corning Incorporated :40 AM Invited Creating an Effective Safety Culture in a University Environment: Gary Messing ; The Pennsylvania State University 9:0 AM Invited Engaging Diverse Stakeholders for Improving Safety Culture in Academic Laboratories: John Howarter ; Purdue University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Risk in Academic Laboratories from the Perspective of an Industrial Safety Professional: J. Douglas Jeter ; Verity Technical Consultants, LLC :00 AM Invited ABET Safety Criteria for Accreditation of Colleges of Engineering: Diane Albert ; Diane Albert Law :40 AM Invited Root Cause Investigations & Key Learnings: Dawn Mason ; Eastman Chemical Company Boron, Boron Coatings, Boron Compounds and Boron Nanomaterials: Structure, Properties, Processing, and Applications D Boron & Physical Properties Program Organizers: Jens Kunstmann, TU Dresden; Roumiana Petrova, New Jersey Institute of Tech; Scott Beckman, Washington State University Monday AM Room: 330 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Jens Kunstmann, TU Dresden 3 :00 AM Invited Novel Properties of Dirac Fermions in Borophene: Iwao Matsuda ; Baojie Feng ; The University of Tokyo :40 AM Invited Borophene in Its Multiple Forms: Structure, Properties, and Possible Applications: Nevill Gonzalez Szwacki ; University of Warsaw 9:0 AM Invited Two-Dimensional Boron Icosahedral Structures: Ming Yu ; Uniersity of Louisville

39 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Physical Properties of Liquid Boron: Junpei Okada ; Tohoku University :00 AM High-entropy Metal Diborides: A New Class of Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramics: Joshua Gild ; Yuanyao Zhang ; Tyler Harrington ; Cormac Toher ; Pranab Sarker ; Sicong Jiang ; Matthew Quinn ; Will Mellor ; Naixie Zhou ; Lavina Backman 3 ; Elizabeth Opila 3 ; Stefano Curtarolo ; Kenneth Vecchio ; Jian Luo ; University of California, San Diego; Duke University; 3 University of Virginia Ceramics and Glasses Simulations and Informatics Bridging Space and Time Scales Program Organizers: Mathieu Bauchy, University of California, Los Angeles; Peter Kroll, University of Texas Arlington Monday AM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Mathieu Bauchy, University of California, Los Angeles; Liping Huang, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute :00 AM Invited Development and Application of ReaxFF Reactive Force Field for Glass/ Electrolyte Systems: Adri van Duin ; Seung Ho Hahn ; Mark Fedkin ; Yun Shin ; Nabankur Dasgupta ; Penn State :40 AM Invited A Reax-Force-Field for Simulations of Silicon Oxycarbide Ceramics: Ilia Ponomarev ; Peter Kroll ; University of Texas at Arlington 9:0 AM Rapid Composite Material Property Prediction Using Machine Learning: Grace Gu ; Chun-Teh Chen ; Markus Buehler ; MIT 9:40 AM Influence of Mass and Charge Disorder on Thermal Conductivity of Entropy Stabilized Oxides by Molecular Dynamics Simulation: Mina Lim ; Zsolt Rak ; Ashutosh Giri ; Samuel Daigle ; Jeffrey Braun ; Christina Rost ; Patrick Hopkins ; Donald Brenner ; North Carolina State University; University of Virginia 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Reaching Experimental Times at the Atomic Scale in Complex Materials: The Kinetic Activation-Relaxation Technique: Normand Mousseau ; Université de Montréal :00 AM Molecular Mechanisms of Amorphous Creep: Dynamical Heterogeneities in Deformation and Flow: Penghui Cao ; Michael Short ; Sidney Yip ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology :0 AM Characterization and Modeling of Microstructural Level Stresses in Brittle Materials: Melissa Teague ; Sandia National Laboratories :40 AM Direct Numerical Simulation of Failure Mechanisms in Brittle Polycrystalline Structures: Hao Jiang ; Zongyue Fan ; Bo Li ; Case Western Reserve University Characterization of Fracture and Fragmentation Phenomena Across Multiple Length Scales: From Atomistic to Macroscopic Approaches Modeling of Fracture and Fragmentation Processes: Meso-/Macroscopic Scales Program Organizers: Remi Dingreville, Sandia National Laboratories; Pierre-Alexandre Juan, Sandia National Laboratories Monday AM Room: 45 October 9, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 AM Invited An Integrated Two-scale Modeling Approach to the Simulation of Fragmentation in Brittle Materials: John Bignell ; Sandia National Laboratories :0 AM Fracture between a Suspended Polymeric Film and a Metallic Substrate: Experiments and Models: Jing Du ; Emily Hampp ; Wanliang Shan 3 ; Wole Soboyejo 4 ; Penn State University; Stryker; 3 University of Nevada, Reno; 4 Worcester Polytechnic Institute :40 AM Quantitative Phase-field Modeling of Crack Propagation in Multiphase Materials: Arezoo Emdadi ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; William Fahrenholtz ; Gregory Hilmas ; Missouri University of Science and Technology 9:00 AM Predicting the Impact of Material Microstructure on Brittle Fracture Using a Phase Field Fracture Model: Michael Tonks ; Shuaifang Zhang ; Srujan Rokkam ; Pritam Chakraborty 3 ; Pennsylvania State University; Advanced Cooling Technologies; 3 Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur 9:0 AM Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Simulation of Fatigue Failure in Polycrystalline Al7075-T65 Alloys, Part I: The Reconstruction, and Microstructure/Property Convergence of RVE: Xiaohui Tu ; Ahmad Shahba ; Jinlei Shen ; Somnath Ghosh ; Johns Hopkins University 9:40 AM Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Simulation of Fatigue Failure in Polycrystalline Al7075-T65 Alloys, Part II: Modeling Cyclic Deformation and Fracture: Ahmad Shahba ; Xiaohui Tu ; Jinlei Shen ; Somnath Ghosh ; Johns Hopkins University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Applying Micromorphic Filter on 3D Beam FEA with Idealized Periodic Micro-structure: Richard Regueiro ; Farhad Shahabi ; Boning Zhang ; Joseph Bishop ; University of Colorado Boulder; Sandia National Laboratories MONDAY AM 39

40 MONDAY AM :00 AM The Effect of Loading Rate on Fracture Toughness Measurements for Various Materials: Carl Cady ; Cheng Liu ; Los Alamos National Laboratory :0 AM A Peridynamics Framework for Modeling of Corrosion Damage Phenomena: Srujan Rokkam ; Michael Brothers ; Max Gunzburger ; Sachin Shanbhag ; Kishan Goel 3 ; Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.; Florida State University; 3 Naval Air Station - Pax River :40 AM A Peridynamics-FEM Approach for Crack Path Prediction in Fiberreinforced Composites: Quang Truong ; Srujan Rokkam ; Max Gunzburger ; Kishan Goel 3 ; Advanced Cooling Technologies, Inc.; Florida State University; 3 Naval Air Systems Command :00 PM Crack Growth Path Prediction Based on Surface Roughness Evolution: Jalal Fathi Sola ; Randall Kelton ; Haiying Huang ; Efstathios Meletis ; University of Texas at Arlington Curricular Innovations and Continuous Improvement of Academic Programs (and Satisfying ABET along the Way): The Elizabeth Judson Memorial Symposium Course and Curriculum Improvements; ABET Update Program Organizers: Devarajan Venugopalan, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee; Jeffrey Fergus, Auburn University; Janet Callahan, Boise State University; Thomas Bieler, Michigan State University; Ronald Gibala, University of Michigan; Tonya Stone, Mississippi State University Monday AM Room: 306 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Dev Venugopalan, Univ of Wisconsin-Milwaukee :00 AM Levelling the Field Inclusive Excellence: Janet Callahan ; Boise State University :0 AM Effects of Flipped and Inter-semester Calculus I on Engineering Retention and Graduation Rates: Steven Pilgrim ; Joseph Petrillo ; Alfred University :40 AM Thermal Spray Operator Certification: Dale Moody ; Peter Foy ; Plasma Powders and Systems Inc. 9:00 AM Changes in ABET Engineering Criteria 3 and 5: Jeffrey Fergus ; Auburn University 9:0 AM Invited ABET Academic Advisory Council Participation & Listening Session: Joseph Sussman ; Michael Milligan ; ABET 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM An Active-learning Experience with Doc Neelley: Ronald Gibala ; University of Michigan 0:40 AM Enhanced Student Learning from Computer-based Visualizations of Crystal Structures: Susan Gentry ; Tanya Faltens ; University of California, Davis; Purdue University :00 AM Successes & Lessons Learned in an Undergraduate Computational Lab Sequence for Materials Science & Engineering: Alison Polasik ; Stephen Niezgoda ; The Ohio State University :0 AM New Resources for Teaching Introductory Materials Science and Engineering: Hannah Melia ; Luca Masi ; Marc Fry ; Granta Design :40 AM Invited Everyday Adventures of Applying Active Learning Pedagogies: The Great, the Good, and the Unfortunate: Jennifer Carter ; Case Western Reserve University Data and Tools for Materials Discovery and Design Materials Information Infrastructure Program Organizers: Zi-Kui Liu, The Pennsylvania State University; David McDowell, Georgia Institute of Technology; Carelyn Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Laura Bartolo, Northwestern University; Bryce Meredig, Citrine Informatics; Mark Tschopp, Army Research Laboratory; Dane Morgan, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Afina Lupulescu, ASM International Monday AM Room: 33 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: David McDowell, Georgia Tech; Zi-Kui Liu, Penn State :00 AM Keynote A Data Laboratory for Materials Design: A New Paradigm for a Materials Information Infrastructure: Krishna Rajan ; University at Buffalo: SUNY :40 AM Invited The Role of Infrastructure in Materials Informatics: C. Campbell ; I. Foster ; G. Olson 3 ; L. Bartolo 3 ; J. de Pablo ; Peter Voorhees 3 ; National Institute for Standards and Technology; University of Chicago; 3 Northwestern University 9:00 AM Invited Using the Materials Commons in Integrated Computational Materials Science Workflows: Brian Puchala ; Glenn Tarcea ; Terry Weymouth ; Tracy Berman ; John Allison ; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor 9:0 AM Invited Developing Infrastructure for High Quality Data of Materials Properties: Zi-Kui Liu ; Richard Otis ; Brandon Bocklund ; The Pennsylvania State University; Jet Propulsion Laboratory 9:40 AM Materials Informatics Discovery Platform & RESTful API: Olexandr Isayev ; Alexander Tropsha ; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Methods for Discovery and Design of Advanced Materials Across Length Scales: Susan Sinnott ; The Pennsylvania State University 40

41 0:40 AM Invited An Integrated Collaborative Environment for ICME: Charles Ward ; Matthew Jacobsen ; Air Force Research Laboratory :00 AM Development of the NIST Materials Resource Registry as a Means to Advertise, Find, and Use Materials-related Resources: Chandler Becker ; Alden Dima ; Raymond Plante ; Sharief Youssef ; Andrea Medina-Smith ; Laura Bartolo ; Robert Hanisch ; James Warren ; Mary Brady ; National Institute of Standards and Technology; Northwestern University :0 AM A Paradigm Shift in Advanced Manufacturing and System Life Management: Jerry Evans ; Grizelda Loy-Kraft ; Future Way Designs LLC; Air Force Research Lab/RQTE Design, Processing, and Development of Structural Materials Advanced Processing and Additive Manufacturing Program Organizers: Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Mitra Taheri, Drexel University Monday AM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Suveen Mathaudhu, University of California, Riverside; Mitra Taheri, Drexel University :00 AM Invited Novel Structural Materials Processing via Shear Assisted Processing and Extrusion (ShAPE): Nicole Overman ; Scott Whalen ; Matthew Olszta ; David Catalini ; Karen Kruska ; Jens Darsell ; Vineet Joshi ; Hellen Jiang ; Glenn Grant ; Suveen Mathaudhu ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; University of California Riverside :0 AM Severe Plastic Deformation Effects on Nanoscale Oxide Dispersion of Internally Oxidized Fe-Y Alloys: Anna Weiss ; Stephen Kachur ; Yoosuf Picard ; Bryan Webler ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 AM High Strength and High Conductivity in Re-processed Hypereutectic Cu- Cr Alloys: Ayodele Olofinjana ; NY Voo ; University of The Sunshine Coast; Universiti Brunei Darussalam 9:00 AM Machining-based Process for Sheet Directly on As-cast AA603: Xiaolong Bai ; Srinivasan Chandrasekar ; Kevin Trumble ; Purdue University 9:0 AM Laser-assisted Ultrasonic Surface Modification of Ti6Al4V Alloy: Jun Liu ; Sergey Suslov ; Haifeng Qin ; Zhengcheng Ren ; Gary Doll ; Yalin Dong ; Chang Ye ; University of Akron; Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute 9:40 AM Increasing Fracture Strength in Bulk Metallic Glasses Using Ultrasonic Nanocrystal Surface Modification: Chi Ma ; Haifeng Qin ; Zhencheng Ren ; Stephanie O Keeffe ; Joseph Stevick ; Gary Doll ; Yalin Dong ; Bartlomiej Winiarski 3 ; Chang Ye ; The University of Akron; Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc; 3 University of Manchester 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Processing of Ferritic Alloys for Nuclear Applications: Stuart Maloy ; Eda Aydogan ; Thomas Lienert ; Ben Eftink ; G. Robert Odette ; Md Ershadul Alam ; Soupitak Pal ; David Hoelzer 3 ; John Lewandowski 4 ; R. Webster 5 ; Thak Sang Byun 5 ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; University of California, Santa Barbara; 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 4 Case Western Reserve University; 5 Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 0:40 AM Invited Hybrid Advanced Manufacturing of Structural Materials: Brett Conner ; Richard Wysk ; Ola Harryson ; Guha Manogharan 3 ; Youngstown State University; North Carolina State University; 3 Pennsylvania State University :0 AM Application of FEA to Determine the Effect of Forging Variables on the Occurrence of Abnormal Grain Growth during Subsequent Beta Annealing of Ti-6Al-4V: Lee Morris ; Air Force Institute of Technology :40 AM Effect of Solidification Behavior on Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of K469 Alloy Investment Casting: Maodong Kang ; Jun Wang ; Haiyan Gao ; Shanghai Jiao Tong University Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors I Program Organizers: Narsingh Singh, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Dimitra Stratis-Cullum, Army Research Laboratory; Ravindra Nuggehalli, NJIT Monday AM Room: 33 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Nuggehalli Ravindra, New Jersy Institute of Technology; Koyar Rane, Rani Channamma University :00 AM Invited Introductory Remarks: Carbon with Unique Mixed Morphologies for EO, Microelectronics and Structural Applications: Narsingh Singh ; University of Maryland, Baltimore County :0 AM Invited Solution Combustion Synthesis of Alumina-titania Ceramics for Highfrequency Electronic Packaging: Francesca Deganello ; Leonarda Francesca Liotta ; Valeria La Parola ; Gabriel Maria Ingo ; Cristina Riccucci ; Goffredo De Portu 3 ; Oscar Peverini 4 ; Anna Venezia ; CNR-ISMN Palermo, Italy; CNR- ISMN Montelibretti, Roma, Italy; 3 CNR-ISTEC Faenza, Italy; 4 CNR-IEIIT Torino, Italy :40 AM Invited Dielectric and Magnetic Properties of Bismuth Copper Titatanate Based Nanocomposite: Kamdeo Mandal ; Indian Institute of Technology (BHU) 9:00 AM Invited Magnetic Field Assisted Assembly: B.S. Mani ; Nuggehalli Ravindra ; New Jersey Institute of Technology MONDAY AM 4

42 MONDAY AM 9:0 AM Invited Characterizing Nitrogen-vacancy (NV) Centers in Diamond Nanostructure Formed by Pulsed Laser Annealing Technique at Room Temperature and Ambient Pressure: Anagh Bhaumik ; Jagdish Narayan ; North Carolina State University 9:40 AM Design of Multifunctional Materials: Chalcogenides and Chalcopyrites: Christopher Cooper ; Ching Hua Su ; Fow-Sen Choa ; Bradley Arnold ; Narsingh Singh ; University of Maryland, Baltimore County 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Electrical Properties of Multifunctional Double Perovskite Oxides for Future Application: Dev Mahato ; National Institute of Technology Patna 0:40 AM Development of Next Generation Biosensors and Biohybrid Systems Using Synthetic Biology Approaches: Bryn Adams ; Jessica Terrell ; Dimitra Stratis- Cullum ; US Army Research Lab :00 AM Domain Structure and Evolution in Magnetostrictive Fe-Ga Alloys: Matt Tianen ; Yongmei Jin ; Keat Ong ; Michigan Tech :0 AM Black Silicon Based Microbolometer: Sita Rajyalaxmi Marthi ; Asahel Banobre ; Nuggehalli Ravindra ; New Jersey Institute of Technology :40 AM Solid-state Synthesis of Novel Organic Complexes and Their Physicochemical and Fluorescence Studies: Ramanand Rai ; Umesh Neupane ; Banaras Hindu University Failure Analysis and Prevention Fatigue and Fracture Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Monday AM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: William Rossey, General Electric Aviation; Brett Miller, IMR Metallurgical Services; Thomas Kozina, NTN Bearing Co.; Robert Kupkovits, Exponent :00 AM Failure Analysis of a Large Silo: Milo Kral ; University of Canterbury :0 AM Rolling Bearings Failures and Prevention: Dorota Szczesniak ; Aneta Komuda ; General Electric :40 AM Fracture Mechanism Observed in a Pressure Vessel: Diane Boose ; Debbie Aliya ; T. K. Holdings; Aliya Analytical, Inc. 9:00 AM Gas Turbine Blade Failure Behavior During High Cycle Regime: Tomasz Didenko ; GE Aviation 9:0 AM The Role of Nickel Plating on the Fatigue Failure of a Bronze Consumer Product: Jonathan Trenkle ; Noah Budiansky ; Paul Verghese ; Quinn Horn ; Exponent, Inc. 9:40 AM Low Time Starter Gear Fracture Event in Large Commercial Aviation Engine: Wesley Pridemore ; GE-Aviation 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Failure Analysis of Tactical Aircraft Ejection Seat Catapult Sleeves: Erik Mueller ; National Transportation Safety Board 0:40 AM Nuts and Bolts - Atypical and Interesting Failures: Ronald Parrington ; Engineering Systems Inc. (ESI) :00 AM Fatigue Life Extension of the M4A Carbine Bolt: Adam Foltz ; Thomas Grego ; Gregory Vigilante ; US Army ARDEC :0 AM Metallurgical Evaluation of Cracked Gas Turbine Fuel Tube Flanges with Unusual Loading: William Rossey ; GE Aviation :40 AM Fatigue Behavior of Sheet-bulk Metal Formed Components: Hans-Bernward Besserer ; Dmytro Rodman ; Leibniz Universität Hannover Failure Analysis and Prevention Microanalysis, Microscopy and Metallography in Failure Analysis (Joint FAS-IMS) Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Monday AM Room: 407 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Daniel Dennies, DMS, Inc.; James Lane, Professional Analysis and Consulting, Inc; Andrew Havics, ph, LLC :00 AM Invited Methanol Pipeline Failure in the Canyon Express Pipeline System: George Vander Voort ; Consultant - Struers Inc. :0 AM Invited Use of Nomarski Differential Interference Contrast (DIC) Microscopy in FA: Andrew Havics ; ph, LLC :40 AM Invited Investigation of Mechanical Property Changes due to Low Temperature Thermal Treatment of Steel: Daniel Dennies ; DMS, Inc. 9:00 AM Invited Fastener Failure Mode Effects Analysis A Microstructural Approach: Michael Connelly ; Frauke Hogue ; Casey Products; Hogue Metallography 9:0 AM Invited Failure of High-Strength Socket Head Cap Screws due to Incorrect Alloy: Jeff Rodelas ; Donald Susan ; Rob Sorensen ; Joseph Michael ; Sandia National Laboratories 4

43 9:40 AM Failure Analysis of a Retaining Ring of a Motor: Mehdi Taheri ; Erhan Ulvan ; Otto Yong 3 ; -30- Forensic Engineering ; Acuren Group Inc; 3 Ontario Power Generation 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Failure Analysis of a Galvanized Pull-Out Step: Joseph Lemberg ; Myra Dyer ; Eric Guyer ; Exponent Failure Analysis Associates, Inc. 0:40 AM Forensic Evaluation of Ball Valve Failures in HVAC Recirculation Lines of High-rise Residential Buildings: Eduardo Mari ; Dinu Matei ; Origin and Cause :00 AM Precipitation Behavior and Microstructure Evolution of High Cr Steel during Creep Deformation: Genki Nishikawa ; Shoichi Nambu ; Toshihiko Koseki ; The University of Tokyo Glass, Amorphous, and Optical Materials: Common Issues within Science & Technology Structureproperty Relations I Program Organizers: Gang Chen, Ohio University; Steve Martin, Iowa State University Monday AM Room: 30 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Pierre Lucas, University of Arizona; Jincheng Du, University of North Texas :00 AM Glass; A Structural Definition Rather than a Material Type?: Alix Clare ; NYSCC Alfred University :0 AM Determining the Structure of Stable and Supercooled Liquids by High Energy X-ray Diffraction: Martin Wilding ; Chris Benmore ; Rick Weber 3 ; Oliver Alderman 3 ; Anthony Tamalonis 3 ; Mark Wilson 4 ; John Parise 5 ; University College London; Argonne National Laboratory; 3 Materials Development Inc.; 4 University of Oxford; 5 Stony Brook University :40 AM Observation of a Strong-to-fragile Transition in the Tetradhedral Melt ZnCl: Pierre Lucas ; Garrett Coleman ; Venkateswara Rao Manga ; Pierre Deymier ; B.G. Potter ; Krishna Muralidharan ; University of Arizona 9:00 AM The Effect of Thermal History on Glass Structure and Its Crystallization Mechanism: Ji-Yeon Baek ; Seung-Ho Shin ; Seon-Hyo Kim ; Jung-Wook Cho ; Pohang University of Science and Technology(POSTECH); Graduate Institute of Ferrous Technology(GIFT), Pohang University of Science and Technology(POSTECH) 9:0 AM Research on the Activation Energy of the Crystallization Process for the Amorphous Solids in Blast Furnace Slag: Haifeng Wang ; Central Iron & Steel Research Institute, China 9:40 AM Structural and Thermal Behavior of CuS-Na S-P S 5 Glasses: Piyush Sharma ; Paramjyot Jha ; O. P. Pandey ; Thapar University; Chandigarh University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Effects of B O 3 /SiO Substitution on In Vitro Bioactivity and Properties of Bioactive Glasses: Xiaonan Lu ; Lu Deng ; Po Hsuen Kuo ; Mengguo Ren ; Ian Buterbaugh ; Caitlin Huntley ; Ty Thomas ; Jincheng Du ; University of North Texas 0:40 AM The Effects of BO3 on the Structures and Properties 0NaO-30CaO- 50PO5 Glasses: Parker Freudenberger ; Brittany Curtis ; Richard Brow ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; Iowa State University :00 AM New Optimization Scheme for Potential Development for Multi-component Oxide Glasses: Siddharth Sundararaman ; Simona Ispas ; Walter Kob ; Liping Huang ; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; University de Montpellier :0 AM Pressure Quenching Effect on Structure and Property of Sodium Borosilicate Glasses from Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Mengguo Ren ; Jincheng Du ; University of North Texas :40 AM Molecular Dynamics Simulation on Aluminosilicate Oxyfluoride Glass: Junjie Zhao ; Xiaotong Chen ; Jincheng Du ; Qian Xu 3 ; Zhou Luo ; Xusheng Qiao ; Xianping Fan ; Zhejiang University; University of North Texas; 3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Materials for Alternative Energy Battery and Electrolytes Program Organizers: Andrei Jitianu, Lehman College, City University of New York; Lisa Klein, Rutgers University; Lia Stanciu, Purdue University; Mihaela Jitianu, William Paterson University Monday AM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Lisa Klein, Rutgers University; Andrei Jitianu, Lehman College - City University of New York :00 AM Invited Cold Sintering of Ceramic and Composite Solid Lithium Ion Conductors: Enrique Gomez ; Chris Lyon ; Clive Randall ; The Pennsylvania State University :30 AM Invited Carbon Nanotube Aerogels: Mohammad Islam ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:00 AM Invited Chemical Pre-intercalation Approach for Facile Synthesis of Hybrid Battery Electrode Materials: Ekaterina Pomerantseva ; Drexel University 9:30 AM Invited Development of Inorganic-organic Hybrid Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage: Donghai Wang ; Penn State University MONDAY AM 43

44 MONDAY AM 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Exfoliation of Transition Metal Dichalcogenides into Nanosheets and Performance as Sodium Ion Battery Electrode: Monsur Abass ; Lamuel David ; Gurpreet Singh ; Kansas State University 0:50 AM Invited Hybrid Solid Polymer Electrolytes for Lithium Metal Batteries: Christopher Li ; Qiwei Pan ; Drexel University :0 AM Invited High Throughput Machine Learning Enabled Optimization of Organic Electrolyte/Inorganic Electrode Functionality: Jay Whitacre ; Venkat Viswanathan ; Carnegie Mellon University :50 AM Cold Sintering Process for Development of High-performance Lithium Ion Batteries: Joo-Hwan Seo ; Kris Verlinde ; Ramakrishnan Rajagopalan ; Thomas Mallouk ; Clive Randall ; Penn State Univeristy Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Structure and Chemistry of Interfaces Program Organizers: Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University; John Blendell, Purdue University; Wayne Kaplan, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Monday AM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Wayne Kaplan, Technion; Eduardo Saiz, Imperial College London :00 AM Keynote Surface Ordering on Eutectic Droplets and Its Relationship to Nanowire Growth: Frances Ross ; IBM T. J. Watson Research Center :40 AM Keynote Imaging Dynamic Materials Processes at Solid-liquid Interfaces by Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM): Nigel Browning ; B. Mehdi ; Andrew Stevens ; Libor Kovarik ; Andrey Liyu ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 9:0 AM Invited Electric Field Induced Equilibrium Grain Boundary Configurations in Perovskite Ceramics: Klaus van Benthem ; University of California, Davis 9:40 AM Invited Understanding Grain and Domain Boundary Network Evolution Using In Situ Microscopy: Mitra Taheri ; Drexel University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Keynote The Structure and Properties of Low-angle Tilt Grain Boundaries in SrTiO 3 : Roger De Souza ; RWTH Aachen University :00 AM Invited The Effect of Interfaces on Magnetic Structure in Skyrmion B0 Thin Films Using Aberration Corrected TEM/STEM: Bryan Esser ; Adam Ahmed ; Roland Kawakami ; David McComb ; Ohio State University :0 AM Invited Interfacial Line Defects: Bridging Structural Information Between Atomic and Continuum Length Scales: Douglas Medlin ; Sandia National Laboratories :40 AM Ag Segregation Induced Nanofaceting of an Asymmetric Tilt Grain Boundary in Copper: Nicolas Peter ; Christian Liebscher ; Raheleh Hadian ; Blazej Grabowski ; Christoph Kirchlechner ; Gerhard Dehm ; Max-Planck Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH International Symposium on Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena Lithium Ion Conductors/ Modeling Defect and Transport Program Organizers: Tatsuya Kawada, Tohoku University; Manfred Martin, RWTH Aachen University; Sangtae Kim, University of California, Davis Monday AM Room: 409 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Manfred Martin, RWTH Aachen University; Xing Guo, Huazhong University of Science and Technology :00 AM Invited Garnet-type Ionic Conductors for All-solid-State Lithium Ion Batteries: Xin Guo ; Huazhong University of Science & Technology :40 AM Invited The Crucial Role of Structural Defects in Modulating the Anion Redox Mechanism in Li-rich Layered Transition Metal Oxide Electrodes: William Gent ; Kipil Lim ; Jihyun Hong ; Yufeng Liang ; Michael Toney 3 ; Wanli Yang ; David Prendergast ; William Chueh ; Stanford University; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; 3 SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory 9:0 AM Preparation and Lithium-ion Conduction of Nonstoichiometric Lithium Hydro-closo-borates: Akira Takano ; Itaru Oikawa ; Hitoshi Takamura ; Tohoku University 9:40 AM Predicting Defect Formation Energies from Statistical Learning of Bulk Properties: Amit Samanta ; Joel Varley ; Vince Lordi ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Modeling of Transport Properties in Bulk Silicon Thermoelectric Materials with high ZT: Aria Hosseini ; Jackson Harter ; Devin Coleman ; Todd Palmer ; Lorenzo Mangolini ; Alex Greaney ; University of California, Riverside; Oregon State University 0:40 AM First-principles Study of Inert Gas Incorporation and Migration in Zirconium Nitride: Zhi-Gang Mei ; Abdellatif Yacout ; Argonne National Laboratory 44

45 :00 AM Density Functional Theory Modeling of the Cation Diffusion in Bulk La Sr MnO - (x= ) for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Cathodes: Yueh-Lin x x 3±d Lee ; Yuhua Duan ; Dane Morgan ; Dan Sorescu ; Harry Abernathy ; Gregory Hachett ; National Energy Technology Laboratory; University of Wisconsin- Madison :0 AM Percolation Effects during Ionic Motion: Manfred Martin ; RWTH Aachen University Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XIX) Nano & Micro Joining Program Organizers: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University; Mathieu Brochu, McGill University; Anming Hu, University of Tennessee; Darren Barborak, AZZ WSI; Akio Hirose, Osaka University; Peng He, Harbin Insitute of Technology; Zhiyong Gu, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Vikas Patel, ArcelorMittal USA Monday AM Room: 36 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Anming Hu, University of Tennessee Knoxville; Tomokazu Sano, Osaka University :00 AM Low temperature Sintering Joining Techniques through Reduction of Metallic Oxides: Akio Hirose ; Osaka University :40 AM Ultrasonic Powder Consolidation and Applications: Teiichi Ando ; Northeastern University 9:00 AM Development of Additive Manufacturing of Ultraviolet Laser Lithography to Create Bulky Ceramic Components with Micro Geometric Patterns: Soshu Kirihara ; Osaka University 9:0 AM A Computational Modeling Approach to Predict the Interfacial Characteristics Obtained in High Velocity Impact Welding of Metals: Varun Gupta ; Xin Sun ; Kyoo Sil Choi ; Anupam Vivek ; Yu Mao ; Glenn Daehn ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Ohio State University 9:40 AM Rapid Formation of Intermetallic Joint during Ultrasonic-assisted Soldering of Sn-based Composite Solders: Hongjun Ji ; Mingyu Li ; Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Laser Sintering of Al Nanoparticles for Al-air Batteries: Anming Hu ; Yongchao Yu ; University of Tennessee 0:40 AM Micro-joints Formed between Cu-Cu Wires by Using Low-temperature Lead-free Nanosolder Particles: Edward Fratto ; Evan Wernicki ; Yang Shu ; Fan Gao ; Zhiyong Gu ; University of Massachusetts Lowell :00 AM Improvement of Reliability of Metal-to-Metal Joints Bonded Using Redox Reactions of Ag O-CuO-Mixed Paste: Takafumi Yao ; Tomoki Matsuda ; Tomokazu Sano ; Akio Hirose ; Osaka University :0 AM Mechanism Study of Resistive Switching Memory Devices in Perspective of Nanojoining: Ming Xiao ; Kevin Musselman ; Walter Duley ; Norman Zhou ; University of Waterloo :40 AM Synthesis and Nano-joining of Multi-segmented Metallic Nanowires: Jirui Wang ; Fan Gao ; Zhiyang Li ; Zhiyong Gu ; University of Massachusetts Lowell Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Irradiation Effects in Materials Program Organizers: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory Monday AM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Peter Hosemann, University of California, Berkeley :00 AM Invited Promise and Limitations of Ion Irradiations for Understanding High Dose Radiation Effects in Materials: Steven Zinkle ; University of Tennessee :0 AM Invited Development of High Dose Radiation Tolerant Materials for Nuclear Applications: Stuart Maloy ; Eda Aydogan ; B. Eftink ; Tarik Saleh ; Mychailo Toloczko ; Thak Sang Byun ; R. Webster ; G. Robert Odette 3 ; Md Ershadul Alam 3 ; Soupitak Pal 3 ; David Hoelzer 4 ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; 3 University of California, Santa Barbara; 4 Oak Ridge National Laboratory :40 AM Proton Irradiation of Pure Nickel: Mitchell Mattucci ; Pooyan Changizian ; Mark Daymond ; Queen s University 9:00 AM Studying Synergistic Radiation Effects in TPBAR Materials with In-situ Triple Beam Irradiation TEM: Caitlin Taylor ; Brittany Muntifering ; David Senor ; Clark Snow ; Khalid Hattar ; Sandia National Laboratories; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 9:0 AM Nanodispersed Cu-Nb for Enhanced Radiation Tolerance: Samuel Briggs ; Jon Ihlefeld ; Brittany Muntifering ; Khalid Hattar ; Peter Hosemann ; Sandia National Laboratories; University of California, Berkeley MONDAY AM 45

46 MONDAY AM 46 9:40 AM Irradiation-induced Damage Evolution in Concentrated Solid-solution Alloys: Gihan Velisa ; Mohammad Ullah ; Haizhou Xue ; Ke Jin ; Miguel Crespillo ; Hongbin Bei ; William Weber ; Yanwen Zhang ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; University of Tennessee 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Development of the Advanced ODS 4YWT Ferritic Alloy for Radiation Tolerance: David Hoelzer ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 0:40 AM Evolution of Small Defect Clusters in Ion-irradiated 3C-SiC: Combined Cluster Dynamics Modeling and Experimental Study: Cheng Liu ; Li He ; Yizhang Zhai ; Beata Tyburska-Püschel ; Paul Voyles ; Kumar Sridharan ; Dane Morgan ; Izabela Szlufarska ; University of Wisconsin Madison :00 AM Structural Characterization of Nanolayered Response in Select MAX Phase Ceramics to High Fluence Self-ion Irradiation: William Hanson ; William Weber ; Yanwen Zhang ; The University of Tennessee; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :0 AM Evolution of Irradiation-induced Strain and Damage Recovery in Equiatomic NiFe Alloy: Mohammad W. Ullah ; Aleksi Leino ; Neila Sellami ; Aurelien Debelle ; Hongbin Bei ; Yanwen Zhang ; William J. Weber 3 ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; University Paris-Sud; 3 University of Tennessee :40 AM Assessing the Irradiation-damage Tolerance of 36L after High-Strain-Rate Severe Plastic Deformation: Jorg Wiezorek ; Mauricio Gordillo ; University of Pittsburgh Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Novel Tech I Program Organizers: Indrajit Dutta, Corning Incorporated; Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated Monday AM Room: 4 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Seong Kim, Pennsylvania State University :00 AM Improved Spatial and Angular Resolution of the Electron Backscatter Diffraction Technique for Measuring Highly Deformed and Fine-grained Materials: Farangis Ram ; Lucia Morales Rivas ; Saransh Singh ; Bart Winiarski 3 ; Timothy Burnett 3 ; Ali Gholinia 3 ; Marc De Graef ; Carnegie Mellon University; Technische Universität Kaiserslautern; 3 University of Manchester :0 AM Dynamical Simulation and Dictionary Indexing of the Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction Modality: Saransh Singh ; Elena Pascal ; Patrick Callahan 3 ; Marc De Graef ; Carnegie Mellon University; University of Strathclyde; 3 University of California, Santa Barbara :40 AM Quantitative Effects of Sample Preparation Methods on Electron Backscatter Diffraction-based Plastic Strain Analysiss: Pawel Nowakowski ; Samantha Mielo ; Sahar Farjami ; Jorg Wiezorek ; Mary Ray ; Paul Fischione ; E.A. Fischione Instruments, Inc.; University of Pittsburgh 9:00 AM Automation of Selected Area Channeling Pattern Acquisition and Analysis in a Field-emission Gun Scanning Electron Microscope: Joseph Tessmer ; Saransh Singh ; Yoosuf Picard ; Marc DeGraef ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:0 AM Invited In-situ and Ex-situ Electron Microscopy Probing of Structural and Chemical Evolution of Energy Materials: Chongmin Wang ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited The Hidden Secrets of Nanocrystals, Interfaces and Surfaces at Atomic Resolution: Christian Kisielowski ; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory :00 AM Invited Recent Developments Using Electron Channeling for Non-destructive Structural Characterization: Yoosuf Picard ; Joseph Tessmer ; Marc De Graef ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 AM Investigation of Magnetic Domain Walls in Co-Pt Ordered Alloys Using Lorentz TEM: Isha Kashyap ; Marc De Graef ; Carnegie Mellon University Multifunctional Ceramic- and Metal-matrix Composites: Processing, Properties and Performance Trends in the Development of CMCs and MMCs Program Organizers: Martin Pech-Canul, Cinvestav IPN- Unidad Saltillo; Golam Newaz, Wayne State University Monday AM Room: 39 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Martin Pech-Canul, Cinvestav Saltillo :00 AM Fe-Cr-B Metal/Ceramic Composite Manufacturing with Metal Injection Molding and Its Microstructure, High Temperature Tensile and High Temperature Oxidation Properties: Yeun-Ah Joo ; Young-Kyun Kim ; Tae-Sik Yoon ; Kee-Ahn Lee ; Inha University; Bestner :0 AM Effect of Carbon Nanostructures on Aluminum Metal Matrix Composites Performance: Jacob Smith ; Aditya Kameshwara ; Frank Kraft ; Keerti Kappagantula ; Nanomaterials and Energetic Systems Lab (NESL); Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) :40 AM Integrated Computational/Experimental Design of Self-healing CMCs: Ingo Markel ; Damian Cupid ; Martin Steinbrück ; Hans Seifert ; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 9:00 AM Comparisons between Liquid and Solid Phase Sintering of Ta-Cu Composite for Electric Contact Materials: Won Ju ; Sang-Hoon Choi ; Taek-Soo Kim ; Yong-Jin Park 3 ; Jun-Sung Park 3 ; Jae-Young Song 3 ; Young-Do Kim 4 ; Ho- Sang Sohn 5 ; So-Yeong Lee 5 ; Kyoung-Tae Park ; Korea Institute of Industrial Technology, Hanyang University; Korea Institute of Industrial Technology; 3 Shinsaeng Metal Industrial Co. Ltd.; 4 Hanyang University; 5 Kyungpook National University

47 9:0 AM Effect of Impact Angle on Ceramic Deposition Behavior in Composite Cold Spray: A Finite-Element Study: Rohan Chakrabarty ; Jun Song ; McGill University 9:40 AM Microstructure and Properties of Al-TiAl3 Composites Fabricated by Liquid-phase Reaction of Al with Accumulative Roll-bonded Ti: Qingsong Mei ; Ye Ma ; X. Y. Yang ; Wuhan University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Boron Nitride Nanosheet Reinforced Copper Matrix Composite with Improved Corrosion Resistance: Shei Sia Su ; Texas A&M University 0:40 AM Cavitation Erosion, Slurry Erosion and Solid Particle Erosion Performance of Metal Matrix Composite (MMC) Coatings Sprayed with Modern High Velocity Thermal Spray Processes: Ville Matikainen ; Silvia Rubio Peregrina ; Niko Ojala ; Heli Koivuluoto ; Jan Schubert ; Sarka Houdkova 3 ; Petri Vuoristo ; Tampere University of Technology; VZU Plzen; 3 University of West Bohemia :00 AM New Insights to the Bonding Mechanisms in Metal-ceramic Composite Cold Spray: Rohan Chakrabarty ; Jun Song ; McGill University Multifunctional Oxides Properties and Applications of Multifunctional Metal Oxides Program Organizers: Xiaoqing Pan, University of California, Irvine; Chonglin Chen, University of Texas at San Antonio; Quanxi Jia, University at Buffalo The State University of New York; Judith Driscoll, University of Cambridge Monday AM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Shijie Wang, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology, and Research) ; Bae Ho Park, Konkuk University :00 AM Invited The Development of Pseudocapacitance in Oxide Materials: Bruce Dunn ; University of California, Los Angeles :40 AM Magnetoelectricity of CoFe O 4 and Tetragonal Phase BiFeO 3 Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition: Min Gao ; Ravindranath Viswan ; Xiao Tang ; Jiefang Li ; Dwight Viehland ; Virginia Tech 9:00 AM Asymmetric Structure of 90\76 Domain Walls and Interaction with Defects in PbTiO 3 : Anand Chandrasekaran ; University of Connecticut 9:0 AM Invited Integration of High-k Metal Oxide Dielectrics with D MoS Materials: Shijie Wang ; Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), A*STAR (Agency for Science, Technology, and Research) 9:40 AM Invited Van der Waals Oxide Heteroepitaxy for Transparent and Flexible Electronics: Ying-Hao Chu ; National Chiao Tung University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM E-field Induced Giant Dynamic Magnetization Change in Self-assembled BFO-CFO/PMN-PT Heterostructures: Xiao Tang ; Ravindranath Viswan ; Min Gao ; Jiefang Li ; Dwight Viehland ; Virginia Tech 0:40 AM Invited Electric-field Control of Tri-state Phase Transformation with Selective Dualion Switch: Pu Yu ; Tsinghua University :0 AM Domain Specific Photoreduction of Ag + on the Surface of Ferroelastic \947- WO 3 : Ajay Pisat ; Paul Salvador ; Gregory Rohrer ; Carnegie Mellon University Next Generation Biomaterials Innovations in Biomedical Materials/Nanostructured Biomaterials Program Organizers: Roger Narayan, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering; Jie Huang, University College London; Vipul Davé, Johnson & Johnson; Sanjiv Lalwani, Lynntech, Inc.; Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong; Mohan Edirisinghe, University College London Monday AM Room: 334 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Leif Hermansson, Doxa AB; Eng San Thian, National University of Singapore; Hideyuki Kanematsu, Suzuka National College of Technology; Mohan Edirisinghe, University College London :00 AM Biokinetic Modeling of Nickel Released from Cardiovascular Devices: David Saylor ; Vaishnavi Chandrasekar ; Brent Craven ; David Simon ; Eric Sussman ; Alan Hood ; Ronald Brown ; FDA-CDRH-OSEL :0 AM Invited Functional Materials and Structures by Pressurised Gyration Process: Suntharavathanan Mahalingam ; Mohan Edirisinghe ; University College London :40 AM Invited Bioceramic Dental Cements - An Application Area Extended: Leif Hermansson ; Doxa AB 9:00 AM Invited Nanoscale Structure and Properties of Biomaterials: Federico Rosei ; INRS 9:0 AM Invited Solving Musculoskeletal Issues Using Engineering Approaches: Eng San Thian ; National University of Singapore 9:40 AM Invited Material Selection to Manufacture Percutaneous Heart Valves: Where are the Priorities?: Robert Guidoin ; Rachid Zegdi ; Jifu Mao ; Daniel How 3 ; Ze Zhang 4 ; Laval Uiversity; Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou; 3 Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry ; 4 Université Laval MONDAY AM 47

48 MONDAY AM 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Application of Nano-composite Coatings Based on Silane Compounds to Biomaterials for the Control of Biofilms: Hideyuki Kanematsu ; Akiko Ogawa ; Katsuhiko Sano 3 ; Takeshi Kougo ; Daisuke Kuroda ; Nobumitsu Hirai ; Hajime Ikegai ; Suzuka National College of Technology; National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College; 3 D&D Corporation 0:40 AM Invited Highly Porous Polymer-derived Bioceramics Based on Novel Hardystonite Solid Solutions: Hamada Elsayed ; Paolo Colombo ; Enrico Bernardo ; University of Padova :00 AM Development of PLA/Chitin Composites as Femur Scaffold: Oluwashina Gbenebor ; Samson Adeosun ; Emmanuel Akpan ; Ganiyu Lawal ; University of Lagos; Institut fur Verbundwerkstoffe GmbH :0 AM Laser Desorption/Ionization (LDI) Mass Spectrometry Based on Nanomaterials for Biomedical Applications: Jae-Chul Pyun ; Jong-Min Park ; Yonsei University :40 AM Invited Bioelastomers and Nanocomposite Hydrogels for Soft Tissue Reconstruction: Biqiong Chen ; University of Sheffield :00 PM Invited Evolution of Cancer Metastasis in a Cancer Testbed through Gene Expression and Nanomechanics: Kalpana Katti ; MD Shahjahan Molla ; Sumanta Kar ; Dinesh Katti ; North Dakota State University Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals, Session I Program Organizers: Dharma Maddala, Arconic Technology Center; Rachel Bethancourt, Cherry Aerospace, a SPS Technologies Company; Jesse Angle, Exponent, Failure Analysis Associates; K Shugart, UES, Inc Monday AM Room: 44 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Dharma Maddala, Arconic Technology Center; Rachel Bethancourt, Fitbit; Jesse Angle, Exponent, Failure Analysis Associates; Kathleen Shugart, UES, Inc :00 AM Finding a Materials Engineering Position within the US Federal Government: Brian Boyette ; NAVAIR FRC East, Cherry Point, NC :0 AM Invited Experiences and Thoughts on Professional Development: Kevin Fox ; Savannah River National Laboratory :40 AM Invited Career Planning...Professionalism/Networking: Who is the Decision Maker?: Frederick Schmidt ; ASM International 9:00 AM New Challenges, New Connections and New Solutions: John Stevens ; Baker Hughes 9:0 AM Invited Careers in Technical Consulting: David Schoen ; Exponent, Inc. 9:40 AM Invited Environmental Sustainability in the Material World: John Wolodko ; University of Alberta 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited International Experience: Preparing American Engineers with Global Perspective: Mufit Akinc ; Iowa State University 0:40 AM My International Metal Career: Production, Equipment and Services From Entrepreneur to Corporate Structures: Thomas Wingens ; WINGENS - International Industry Consultancy :00 AM Career Options in Patent Law for Materials Science Professionals: Thomas Joseph ; Thomas M. Joseph, Esq. Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and Their Applications (PSDK-XII) Session I: Diffusion, Kinetics and Applications Program Organizers: Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh; Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A & M University; Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University; Arthur Pelton, Ecole Polytechnique Monday AM Room: 43 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Shuanglin Chen, CompuTherm LLC; William Yi Wang, Northwestern Polytechnique University :00 AM Primary Crystallization of Al Nanocrystals in a AlY7Fe5 Metallic Glass: Thermodynamic and Kinetic Analyses: Ye Shen ; Seth Imhoff ; John Perepezko ; University of Wisconsin-Madison; Los Alamos National Laboratory :0 AM Diffusivity Analysis with Steep Concentration Gradient: Zhangqi Chen ; Ji- Cheng Zhao ; The Ohio State University :40 AM Dissolution of Secondary Phases in Al Alloys Using DICTRA Simulations: Kyle Fitzpatrick-Schmidt ; Danielle Cote ; Richard Sisson ; Victor Champagne ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; US Army Research Laboratory 9:00 AM Experimental Demonstration of Simultaneous Measurement of Isotope-free Tracer and Interdiffusion Coefficients: Esin Schulz ; Abhishek Mehta ; Irina Belova ; Graeme Murch ; Yongho Sohn ; University of Central Florida; The University of Newcastle 9:0 AM First-principles Calculations of Factors Contributing to Non-dilute Impurity Diffusion Coefficients in Metals: Chelsey Hargather ; Harrison Lee ; John O Connell ; ShunLi Shang ; Zi-Kui Liu ; New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology; The Pennsylvania State University 4

49 9:40 AM Improvement of a Mobility Database for the γ Phase in the Co-rich Co-Al- W-Ni System: Kil-Won Moon ; Carelyn Campbell ; Maureen Williams ; Greta Lindwall ; Peisheng Wang ; Ursula Kattner ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Multicomponent Diffusion Mobility Descriptions for Co Based Superalloys: Greta Lindwall ; Kil-Won Moon ; Eric Lass ; Carelyn Campbell ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 0:40 AM Simulations of Precipitation Kinetics: Elastic Stress Effect and Nonspherical Particles: Kaisheng Wu ; Qing Chen ; Johan Jeppsson ; Paul Mason ; Thermo-Calc Software Inc; Thermo-Calc Software AB :00 AM Diffusion Kerf Couples and Thermotransport Experiments for Synthesis and Screening of Non-equimolar High Entropy Alloys: Nagraj Kulkarni; Graeme Murch ; Irina Belova ; The University of Newcastle :0 AM Liquid-solid Diffusion in Liquid Aluminum/Stainless Steel: Farzaneh Farhadi ; Richard Sisson ; Center for Heat Treating Excellence (CHTE), Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) :40 AM Grain Growth and Precipitate Coarsening during Ultrasonic Welding of Nanocrystalline Alloys: Donovan Leonard ; Matthew French ; Austin Ward ; Zachary Cordero ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Rice University Processing and Performance of Materials Using Microwaves, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Ultrasound, Lasers, and Mechanical Work Rustum Roy Symposium Session I Program Organizers: Morsi Mahmoud, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) & City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA City); Dinesh Agrawal, Pennsylvania State University; Guido Link, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Motoyasu Sato, Chubu University; Rishi Raj, University of Colorado at Boulder Monday AM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Morsi Mahmoud, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) & City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA City); Victoria Blair, U.S. Army Research Laboratory :40 AM Invited Experimental Analysis for Thermally Non-equilibrium under Microwave Irradiations to Oxide Iron Powders: Motoyasu Sato ; Akihiro Matsubara ; Chubu University; JAEA 9:00 AM Invited Mechanistic Insights into Low Temperature Ceramic Thin Film Growth and Crystallization Using Microwave Radiation: B. Reeja Jayan ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:0 AM Invited Porous Ceramic/Metal Composite Body for DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter) and the Microwave Heating Behavior: Noboru Yoshikawa ; Changchuan Lee ; Naoki Inoue 3 ; Shoji Taniguchi ; Sergey Komarov ; Tohoku University; Graduate School at Tohoku University, present at Perlis University; 3 Graduate student at Tohoku University 9:40 AM Invited Energy and Productivity Potential of Electrotechnologies in Industrial Process Heating Systems: Joe Cresko ; Sachin Nimbalkar ; Arvind Thekdi 3 ; Advanced Manufacturing Office, US DOE ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 3 E3M Inc. 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Variable Frequency Microwave (VFM) Processing of Battery Electrodes: Iftikhar Ahmad ; Pu Zhang ; Peter Aurora ; Lambda Technologies; Navitas Advanced Solutions Group 0:40 AM Average Permittivity and Microwave Heating Characteristics of Electric Conductor and Insulator (Dielectrics) Mixtures: Noboru Yoshikawa ; Tohoku University :00 AM Evolution of Distinct Phase Composition in TiO Thin Films Grown under Electromagnetic Excitation: Nathan Nakamura ; Maxwell Terban ; Simon Billinge ; B. Reeja Jayan ; Carnegie Mellon University; Columbia University :0 AM Investigation of Microwave Solid State Synthesis of Highly Ordered Structures: Christina Wildfire ; Edward Sabolsky ; Michael Spencer ; Dushyant Shekhawat ; NETL; West Virginia University :40 AM Effect of Zn Substitution on Bi.6Pb0.4SrCaCu3-x ZnxO0 Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition.: Ghazala Hermiz ; Mahdi Suhail ; Suzan Shakouli ; Baghdad University-College of Science; Department of Physics, College of Education University of Mustansiriyah MONDAY AM :00 AM Invited Effects of DC Electric Fields on Crystallization and Grain-growth in BaTiO 3 Thin Films: Neal Lewis ; Gyung Hyun Ryu ; Jon-Paul Maria ; Elizabeth Dickey ; NC State University :0 AM Invited Recrystallization and Grain Growth of Electromagnetic Formed OFHC Copper and Glicop Al-5: Daudi Waryoba ; Penn State University, DuBois 49

50 MONDAY AM Rare Earth Metals, Compounds, and Alloys: Synthesis, Processing, Emerging Applications, Recent Advances, Future Challenges Emerging/ Novel REM/REE Applications I Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Eric Klier, U.S.Army Research Laboratory; Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC Monday AM Room: 35 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies Responsive Functional Nanomaterials Session I Program Organizers: Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology; Jiahua Zhu, The University of Akron; Wenxian Li, Shanghai University; Dawei Wang, University of New South Wales; Wenping Sun, University of Wollongong; Liangzhi Kou, Queensland University of Technology; Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University Monday AM Room: 30 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology; Yue Li, Institute of Solid State Physics, CAS :00 AM Introductory Comments - Yellapu V. Murty :05 AM Keynote Historical Perspectives on Rare Earths, Critical Materials, and the Legacy of Karl Gschneidner: Alexander King ; The Ames Laboratory :45 AM Invited Opportunities and Challenges for the Rare Earth Magnet Industry: Jinfang Liu ; Electron Energy Corporation 9:5 AM Invited On The Utility of Rare Earth Elements as Alloying Additions to Magnesium Alloys: Current Status and Considerations: Nick Birbilis ; Monash University 9:45 AM Invited Rare Earth Metals (REMs) Additions for Precipitation Strengthening High-performance Al and AlMg Alloys: Frank Palm ; Dieter Isheim ; Airbus Defence and Space GmbH ; Northwestern University 0:5 AM Break 0:35 AM Invited Magnetocalorics: Rare Earths are Paving the Way to Efficient Cooling: Vitalij Pecharsky ; Iowa State University :05 AM Invited Advances in Scalable Nano-manufacturing and Assembly Techniques - Role of REEs: Josh Collins ; Intelligent Material Solutions, Inc. :35 AM Invited Cost-effective Separation of Rare-earth Elements Using the RapidSX(TM) Process: Gareth Hatch ; Darcy Tait ; Patrick Wong ; Innovation Metals Corp; Process Research Ortech Inc. :00 AM Keynote Design and Property Studies of Organic-inorganic Hybrid Semiconductor Materials for Solar Cell Applications: Clemens Burda ; Case Western Reserve University :40 AM Keynote Nanocarbons in Novel Solar Cells: Joe Shapter ; Munkhbayar Batmunkh ; Mahnaz Jazi ; LePing Yu ; Cameron Shearer ; Flinders University 9:0 AM Invited Direct Photocatalysts of Metal Nanoparticle: Not Only Surface Plasmon: Sarina Sarina ; Queensland University of Technology 9:40 AM Keynote One-dimensional Nanomaterials for Energy Storage: Liqiang Mai ; Wuhan University of Technology 0:0 AM Break 0:40 AM Invited Edible Electronics: Bioinspired Materials and Structures for Ingestible Batteries: Christopher Bettinger ; Carnegie Mellon University :00 AM Invited Nanoarchitectural Design of Functional Materials for Electrochemical Energy Storage: Xiaolei Wang ; Concordia University :0 AM Invited Carbon-based Materials for Energy Storage and Conversion: Ji Liang ; Lichang Yin ; Hui-Ming Cheng 3 ; Shizhang Qiao 4 ; Institute for Superconducting & Electronic Materials ; Institute of Metal Research ; 3 Institute of Metal Research; 4 School of Chemical Engineering 50

51 Shaping & Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels II Shaping & Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels: Modeling Program Organizers: Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Tyson Brown, General Motors Corporation; Myoung-Gyu Lee, Korea University; Amy Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Kip Findley, Colorado School of Mines; Mark Stoudt, National Institute of Standards and Technology Monday AM Room: 404 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines :00 AM Keynote Robust CAE Modeling of Retained Austenite-containing GEN3 Steels: Louis Hector Jr ; T.W. Brown ; Anil Sachdev ; General Motors :40 AM Invited Computational Design of Steel Chemistries: Matthias Militzer ; The University of British Columbia 9:0 AM Invited Modeling Yield Surface Evolution for Steels after Uniaxial Tension Prestrain: Frederic Barlat ; Shakil Bin Zaman ; Kim Jin-Hwan ; Pohang University of Science and Technology; University of Twente 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Joining of Double Sheet Metal Blanks Using Deep Drawing and Springback Behavior: Dennis Hofmann ; Mathias Liewald ; University of Stuttgart 0:40 AM Modeling Springback with a Multi-surface Approach for Nonlinear Unloading-reloading Behavior of Sheet Metal: Jeong-Yeon Lee ; Gihyun Bae ; Frederic Barlat 3 ; Myoung-Gyu Lee ; Korea University; POSCO; 3 POSTECH :00 AM A Design of Experiments Approach for Determining Sensitivities of Various Forming Limit Analyses Techniques to Changes in Experimental Parameters: Dilip Banerjee ; Mark Iadicola ; National Institute of Standards and Technology Surface Properties of Biomaterials Surface Properties of Biomaterials: Porous Surfaces, Bioactivity and Biocompatibility Program Organizers: Jason Langhorn, DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction; Susmita Bose, Washington State University; Amit Bandyopadhyay, Washington State University; Mangal Roy, Indian Institute of Technology; Venu Varanasi, Texas A & M Health Science Center Monday AM Room: 335 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Jason Langhorn, DePuy Synthes :00 AM Invited Characterization of Current and Evolving Porous Surface Structures of Titanium Implants and Medical Devices via Scanning Electron Microscope Imaging and White Light Interferometry: Julius Bonini ; Dayna Kinsey ; Kevin Shoemaker ; Krista Biggs ; Lucideon M + P :40 AM Osteoblast Functions of Bioactive 3D Printed Porous Ti-6Al-4V Scaffolds: Krishna Chaitanya Nune ; RDK Misra ; SJ Li ; Yl Hao ; W Zhang ; University of Texas at El Paso 9:00 AM Biofilm Formation on Titanium Alloy Surfaces in a Laboratory Biofilm Reactor: Hideyuki Kanematsu ; Shun Kanesaki ; Hikonaru Kudara ; Akiko Ogawa ; Takeshi Kougo ; Daisuke Kuroda ; Nobumitsu Hirai ; National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College 9:0 AM Electrothermally Polarized TiO Nanotubes for Early Stage Osseointegration: Anish Shivaram ; Indranath Mitra ; Susmita Bose ; Amit Bandyopadhyay ; Washington State University 9:40 AM Impact of Wettability of Copper-based Surfaces on Its Antimicrobial Efficacy: Monika Walkowicz ; Piotr Osuch ; Beata Smyrak ; Andrzej Mamala ; Tadeusz Knych ; Anna Rozanska ; Dorota Romaniszyn ; Agnieszka Chmielarczyk ; Malgorzata Bulanda ; AGH University of Science and Technology; Jagiellonian University Medical College 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Curcumin Loaded 3D Printed Calcium Phosphate Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffolds with Enhanced Osteogenesis and Angiogenesis: Naboneeta Sarkar ; Dishary Banerjee ; Susmita Bose ; Washington State University 0:40 AM Nanometrically Smooth Surfaces for Studying Cell-surface Interactions: Paige Stock ; Terry Lowe ; Casey Davis ; Rebecca Reiss ; Andras Korenyi-Both ; Colorado School of Mines; New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology :00 AM Manufacture Cell Actuator Using Ultrasonic Nanocrystal Surface Modification: Yuan Liang ; Yalin Dong ; Chang Ye ; University of Akron MONDAY AM 5

52 MONDAY AM 5 :0 AM In Vitro Hydroxyapatite Precipitation on Ti-6Al-4V and Ti-6Al-7Nb Alloys: Effect of Alkaline & Hydrothermal Treatments: Mahmoud Abdel-Salam ; Waleed Khalifa ; Shimaa El-Hadad ; Cairo Univerisity; Central Metallurgical Research and Development Institute :40 AM X-ray Activated Photocatalytic TiO Coatings for Self-disinfection: Keng Ho Cheung ; Pramod Koshy ; Moreica Pabbruwe ; Brendan Lee ; Megan Lord ; Charles Sorrell ; UNSW Sydney; Royal Perth Hospital Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application Thermal and Environmental Barrier Coatings Program Organizers: Kang Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center; Yutaka Kagawa, University of Tokyo; Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center; Rodney Trice, Purdue University; Daniel Mumm, University of California, Irvine; Mitch Dorfman, Oerlikon Metco (US); Christian Moreau, Concordia University; Emmanuel Boakye, UES Inc. Monday AM Room: 333 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Kang Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center; Daniel Mumm, University of California, Irvine :00 AM Invited Suspension Plasma Spraying of Thermal Barrier Coatings: Robert Vaßen ; Dapeng Zhou ; Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH :40 AM Interactions between ZrO -YO.5 -TaO.5 Thermal Barrier Oxides and Silicate Melts: Najeb Abdul-Jabbar ; Abel Fernandez ; Richard Jackson ; Carlos Levi ; University of California, Santa Barbara 9:00 AM Determination of Crystallization Kinetic Parameters of CMAS with T/EBC Materials: Jamesa Stokes ; Bryan Harder ; Valerie Wiesner ; Douglas Wolfe ; Applied Research Laboratory, The Pennsylvania State University; NASA Glenn Research Center 9:0 AM High Temperature Environmental Barrier Coatings Deposited Via Plasma Spray physical Vapor Deposition: Bryan Harder ; Kang Lee ; Dongming Zhu ; Valerie Wiesner ; NASA Glenn Research Center 9:40 AM CMAS-induced Failure of Environmental Barrier Coatings: Experiments and Modelling: Will Summers ; David Poerschke ; Matt Begley ; Carlos Levi ; Frank Zok ; University of California, Santa Barbara 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Experimental Measurements of Thermal Barrier Coating Interfacial Fracture Toughness as a Function of Mode-mix: Simon Lockyer-Bratton ; Jaafar El-Awady ; Kevin Hemker ; Exponent; Johns Hopkins University 0:40 AM Characteristics of Thermal Barrier Coatings in ZrO -La O 3 -Gd O 3 Systems Fabricated by Suspension Plasma Spray: Hyung-Tae Kim ; Soyul Lee ; Yoon- Suk Oh ; Sung-Min Lee ; Seongwon Kim ; Byung-Koog Jang ; Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology; National Institute of Materials Science :00 AM Oxidation Resistance of Diffusion Coatings of Advanced TBCs Elaborated from Low Al-activity Slurries: Benjamin Gregoire ; Gilles Bonnet ; Fernando Pedraza ; University of La Rochelle :0 AM On the Thermal Insulation Performances of Advanced TBCs based on Al/Cr and Al/AlO3 Slurries: Germain Boissonnet ; John Nicholls ; Gilles Bonnet ; Fernando Pedraza ; Université de La Rochelle; Cranfield University :40 AM Sintering Behaviour of Columnar Nanostructured Thermal Barrier Coatings Produced by Axial Suspension Plasma Spraying: Ashish Ganvir ; Nicolaie Markocsan ; Mohit Gupta ; Robert Vassen ; Shrikant Joshi ; University West; Forschungszentrum Julich The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Novel Green Design of Ceramics I/Novel Green Technologies for Energy and High Temperature Applications Program Organizers: Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota; Jun-ichi Tatami, Yokohama National University; Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST); Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Glenn Research Center; Marsha Bischel, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., PA; Makio Naito, Osaka University, Japan; Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Yiquan Wu, Alfred University, NY Monday AM Room: 37 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Sankha Banerjee, Lyles College of Engineering; Yu Zhong, Florida International University; Daniel Kopp, Rutgers University; Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota :00 AM Invited Reducing CO Emissions by 0% With Ceramics: Richard Riman ; Daniel Kopp ; Ryan Anderson ; Kevin Blinn ; Rutgers University; RRTC, Inc. :40 AM Invited Review of Recent Advances in Green Concrete: Allen Apblett ; Oklahoma State University 9:0 AM Glass-ceramics from Sinter-crystallization of Engineered Waste Glass Mixtures: Patricia Rabelo Monich ; Enrico Bernardo ; University of Padova 9:40 AM Invited Fabrication and Characterization of Flexible Multiphasic Electro-active Thin Films Towards Development of Energy Harvesting Devices: Sankha Banerjee ; California State University, Fresno 0:0 AM Break 0:40 AM Invited The Impact of CO and SO Gas Impurities to the Formation of Secondary Phases on LSCF Cathode: Shadi Darvish ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University

53 :00 AM High Temperature Oxidation Behavior of Kanthal A and Kanthal APM: Sedigheh Rashidi ; Amit Pandey ; Rajeev Kumar Gupta ; The University of Akron; Rolls Royce LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc :0 AM Invited Cure Monitoring for Production Cycle Optimization of Composite Wind Turbine Blades: Matthew Cavalli ; University of North Dakota Theory, Manufacturing and Applications of Ceramic/ Metal (CerMet) Nano-laminates Ceramic/Metal (CerMet) Nano-laminates I Program Organizers: Iman Salehinia, Northern Illinois University; Jian Wang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Ioannis Mastorakos, Clarkson University; Siddhartha Pathak, University of Nevada, Reno; Bilal Mansoor, Texas A&M University at Qatar; Georges Ayoub, American University of Beirut; Shuai Shao, Louisiana State University Monday AM Room: 39 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Shuai Shao, Louisiana State University; Ioannis Mastorakos, Clarkson University :00 AM Invited Strain Hardening and Plasticity in Metal-hard Phase Nanolaminates: Amit Misra ; Jian Wang; University of Michigan :30 AM Invited Designing High Fracture Toughness Nanocomposites via In Situ TEM Approach: Nan Li ; Satyesh Yadav ; Xiang-Yang Liu ; Jian Wang ; Amit Misra 3 ; Nathan Mara ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; University of Nebraska- Lincoln; 3 University of Michigan 9:00 AM Corrosion Resistance Properties of Advanced Interface Material Based on Ti-TiN Nano-layers: Bilal Mansoor ; Chaudhry Usman ; Texas A&M University at Qatar 9:0 AM Atomistic and Meso-scale Modeling on Deformation and Fracture Behavior of TiN-Al Nanolaminates: Ridwan Sakidja ; Paul Simanjuntak ; Caizhi Zhou ; Missouri State University; Missouri University of Science and Technology 9:40 AM Atomistic Simulation of Scratch Behavior of Ceramic/Metal (CerMet) Nanolaminates: Iman Salehinia ; Adnan Rasheed ; Northern Illinois University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Deformation Behavior of Al/SiC Nanolaminates: Experiments and Simulation: Nikhilesh Chawla ; Arizona State University 0:50 AM Deformation Mechanisms in Ti/TiN Multilayer under Compressive Loading and Nanoindentation: Wei Yang ; Georges Ayoub ; Bilal Mansoor ; Iman Salehinia 3 ; Texas A&M University at Qatar; American University of Beirut; 3 Northern Illinois University :0 AM Invited Continuum Modeling of Dislocation Structures at Semicoherent Interfaces: Niaz Abdolrahim ; Michael Demkowicz ; University of Rochester; Texas A&M University :40 AM Deformation behavior of Ceramic/Metallic Multilayer Nano-composites: Mohsen Damadam ; Shuai Shao ; Iman Salehinia 3 ; Ioannis Mastorakos 4 ; Georges Ayoub 5 ; Hussein Zbib ; Washington State University; Louisiana State University; 3 Northern Illinois University; 4 Clarkson University; 5 University of Michigan Dearborn Thermal Protection Materials and Systems TPS Materials - Methods of Testing and Analysis; TPS Materials Development and Testing Program Organizers: Sylvia Johnson, NASA Ames Research Center; Jeff DeMange, University of Toledo; Thomas Reimer, German Aerospace Center; Wolfgang Fischer, Airbus Safran Launchers GmbH; Erica Corral, The University of Arizona Monday AM Room: 37 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Jeff DeMange, University of Toledo; Thomas Reimer, DLR - Institute of Structures and Design; Sylvia Johnson, NASA Ames (Ret.); Wolfgang Fischer, Airbus Defence & Space :00 AM Characterization Capabilities of Ultrasonic Interferometry for Estimating Surface Temperature and Heat Flux of Materials under Severe Heating Loads: Dominik Bottländer ; Jay Frankel ; University of Tennessee :0 AM Nonlinear Inverse Heat Conduction Problem of Surface Temperature and Heat Flux Estimation for TPS Materials by Calibration Integral Equation Method: Hongchu Chen ; Jay Frankel ; University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Biomedical Engineering :40 AM Development of a New Small Sample High Temperature and Heat Flux Test Facility for Evaluating and Characterizing Material Responses through an Inverse Analysis: Jay Frankel ; Hongchu Chen ; Dominik Bottländer ; University of Tennessee 9:00 AM Invited Review of High Temperature Thermal Conductivity Measurement Methods: Justin Griffin ; Ryan Nelson ; Stephen Steiner ; Aerogel Technologies 9:40 AM Influence of Extreme Thermal Cycling on Multi-layer Insulators Used in Space: Megan Cordill ; Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM CMC Sandwich Development and Testing for TPS Application: Thomas Reimer ; Bernhard Heidenreich ; Dietmar Koch ; DLR MONDAY AM 53

54 MONDAY PM 0:40 AM Development of the European Conformal Ablative-charring Material and Performances Assessment: Grégory Pinaud ; M. Desbordes ; J. Bertrand ; J.M. Bouilly ; G. Vekinis ; Jorge Barcena 3 ; B. Esser 4 ; Airbus Safran Launchers; Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, NCSR; 3 Tecnalia Research & Innovation; 4 Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.v. German Aerospace Center (DLR) :00 AM The Potential of Aerogels as Insulators for Thermal Protection Systems of Reusable Launch Vehicles: Thomas Reimer ; Barbara Milow ; Christian Zuber ; Anna Kolbe ; DLR :0 AM Syntactic Composites for Thermal Protection Systems: Andrew Sherman ; Powdermet Inc Ultra High Performance Metals, Metal Alloys, Intermetallics, and Metal Matrix Composites for Aerospace, Defense, and Automotive Applications High Performance / Ultrafine Grained / Nanostructured Low Density Alloys Program Organizers: Ali Yousefiani, Boeing Research and Technology; Troy Topping, California State University, Sacramento; Robert Dillon, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Monday AM Room: 307 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Troy Topping, California State University, Sacramento :00 AM Novel Castable High Strength Al-Mg-Zn Alloys: Yangyang Fan ; Diran Apelian ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute :0 AM A New Strategy to Achieve High Strength at Elevated Temperatures in Aluminum Alloys: Nhon Vo ; Evander Ramos ; Davaadorj Bayansan ; Amirreza Sanaty-Zadeh ; David Dunand ; David Seidman ; NanoAl LLC; Northwestern University :40 AM Improved Mechanical Properties of Al-Si3N4 Metal Matrix Nanocomposites Fabricated by Microwave Sintering Followed by Hot Extrusion: Abdul Shakoor ; Penchal Reddy Matli ; Fareeha Ubaid ; Ama Mohamed ; M Gupta 3 ; Qatar University, Doha, Qatar; Suez University; 3 National University of Singapore 9:00 AM Large Strain Extrusion Machining Production of Strong Aluminum Alloy Electrical Conductors: Mohammed Issahaq ; Xiaolong Bai ; Srinivasan Chandrasekar ; Kevin Trumble ; Purdue University 9:0 AM Fracture Characteristics of Discontinuously Reinforced Aluminum Composites: Conrad Park ; Erica Bindas ; Corey Meyer ; Don Hashiguchi ; Kyung Chung ; John Lewandowski ; Matthew Willard ; Case Western Reserve University; Materion Brush Incorporated 9:40 AM Features of the Microstructure of Rapidly Cooled Alloys of the Al-Mg-Zr-X System: Dmitrii Budelovskii ; Vadim Lipin ; Sergey Petrovich ; Sergey Ganin ; Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Ultrafine Grained Al Alloy Matrix Composites: A Review on the Effect of Microconstituents on Mechanical Performance: Kaka Ma ; Colorado State University :00 AM Effect of Sintering Temperature on the Hardness and Corrosion Behavior of a Nanocrystalline Al-Ni Alloy: Javier Esquivel ; Matthew Wachowiak ; Sean O Brien ; Rajeev Gupta ; The University of Akron :0 AM Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Silicon Carbide Particulate Metal Matrix Composites: Erica Bindas ; Corey Meyer ; Conrad Park ; John Lewandowski ; Matthew Willard ; Don Hashiguchi ; Kyung Chung ; Case Western Reserve University; Materion Brush :40 AM High Strength Mg-Al Alloys Produced by High-energy Ball Milling: Mohammad Umar Farooq Khan ; Farhan Mirza ; Rogelio De Las Casas Aranda ; Rajeev Gupta ; The University of Akron ACerS Richard M. Fulrath Award Session Program Organizer: Sheikh Ali Akbar, The Ohio State University Monday PM Room: 35 October 9, 07 :00 PM Invited Development of Ion-conducting Glasses for Solid-state Batteries: Akitoshi Hayashi ; Osaka Prefecture University :40 PM Invited Synthesis of High Crystalline and Fine BaTiO 3 Powder for Thinner Ni- MLCCs Via Solid State Root: Chie Kawamura ; Taiyo Yuden Co., Ltd. 3:00 PM Invited New Functionality from Reconfigurable Ferroelastic Domains in Ferroelectric Films: Jon Ihlefeld ; Sandia National Laboratories 3:0 PM Invited Development of Mass Production of Ni-nanopowder for the Internal Electrode of MLCC by DC Thermal Plasma Process: Hideki Tanaka ; Shoei Chemical, Inc. 3:40 PM Invited Do Fields Matter? -- Microstructure Evolution in Ceramic Oxides: Klaus van Benthem ; University of California, Davis 54

55 Actinide and Lanthanide Materials II Metallic Fuels Program Organizers: Clarissa Yablinsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Adam Farrow, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Jason Jeffries, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Kester Clarke, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Clinique L. Brundidge, Naval Nuclear Laboratory Monday PM Room: 405 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Clarissa Yablinsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Clinique Brundidge, Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corp. :00 PM Invited Coupled Experimental and Simulation Approach to Study Transmutation Fuels: Assel Aitkaliyeva ; University of Florida :40 PM Mitigating Fuel-cladding Chemical Interactions Using Tellurium and Antimony as Dopants in Metallic Fuel Systems: Nathan Jerred ; Rabi Khanal ; Indrajit Charit ; Samrat Choudhury ; Michael Benson ; Robert Mariani ; University of Idaho; Idaho National Laboratory 3:00 PM Electronic Structure of Metal Cerium under High Pressure: Lu Haiyan ; Li Huang ; China Academy of Engineering Physics Physics and Chemistry Laboratory 3:0 PM The Recrystallization Behavior of Deformed Uranium: Cody Miller ; Rodney McCabe ; Daniel Coughlin ; John Carpenter ; David Alexander ; Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:40 PM Unraveling the Age Hardening Response in U-Nb Alloys: Robert Hackenberg ; Geralyn Hemphill ; Robert Forsyth; Pallas Papin ; Ann Kelly ; Tim Tucker ; Robert Aikin, Jr. ; David Alexander ; Mike Lopez ; Amy Clarke ; Logan Ward 3 ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; Colorado School of Mines; 3 University of Chicago 4:00 PM An Examination of Differences between Single Crystal and Polycrystalline UBe 3 : Heather Volz ; Sven Vogel ; Alice Smith ; James Smith ; Zachary Fisk ; Bjoern Winkler 3 ; Matthew Dirmyer ; Elizabeth Judge ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; University of California - Irvine; 3 Goethe Universitat Additive Manufacturing of Composites and Complex Materials II Techniques/Applications Program Organizers: Dirk Lehmhus, ISIS Sensorial Materials Scientific Centre; Jonathan Spowart, Air Force Research Laboratory; Nikhil Gupta, New York University Monday PM Room: 304 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Tushar Borkar, Cleveland State University; Linmin Wu, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis :00 PM Invited A Novel Concept of Micro-extrusion through High Aspect Ratio Nozzles for High Speed Additive Manufacturing: Leon Shaw ; Ling Li ; S. M. Imran Ayub ; Illinois Institute of Technology :0 PM Additive Manufacturing for Innovative Electric Motor Designs: Michael Halbig ; NASA Glenn Research Center :40 PM Additively Manufactured Pseudo A-sandwich Structures: Gerard Simon ; Thomas Ekiert ; Air Force Research Laboratory; Riverside Research Institute 3:00 PM Experimental and Computational Study of Novel Additively Manufactured Foams: Diab Abueidda ; Iwona Jasiuk ; Rashid Abu Al-Rub ; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Masdar Institute of Science and Technology 3:0 PM Integrating Fiber Optic Strain Sensors into Metal Using Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing: Adam Hehr ; Justin Wenning ; Mark Norfolk ; John Sheridan ; John Newman 3 ; Fabrisonic LLC; Sheridan Solutions LLC; 3 NASA Langley Research Center 3:40 PM Interfacial Bonding Quality Prediction and Improvement for Fusion Deposition Modeling by Layerwise Additive Manufacturing Analytical Block Technique: Jinquan Cheng ; CS3DM 4:00 PM Selective Reinforcement of Aerospace Structures Using Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing: Adam Hehr ; Justin Wenning ; Mark Norfolk ; John Sheridan ; Marcia Domack 3 ; Fabrisonic LLC; Sheridan Solutions LLC; 3 NASA Langley Research Center 4:0 PM Structural Integration of Sensors / Actuators by Laser Beam Melting for Tailored Smart Components: Thomas Toeppel ; Holger Lausch ; Michael Arnold ; Michael Brand ; Eric Hensel ; Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU; Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS 4:40 PM Invited Thermomechanical Characterization of 3D Printed Epoxy Nanocomposites: Brett Compton ; University of Tennessee MONDAY PM 55

56 MONDAY PM Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Ti Alloys Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Monday PM Room: 30 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Anthony Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Processing and Properties of Alloy 7 Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Monday PM Room: 30 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Sudarsanam Babu, University of Tennessee :00 PM Invited Linking Microstructure, Impact Properties and Deformation Mechanisms of Laser Powder Bed Fusion Ti-6Al-4V Parts: Joon Phil Choi ; Flavio Silva ; Mathieu Brochu ; McGill University :40 PM Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Properties of Optomec LENS Fabricated Ti6Al4V (ELI) Alloy Components: Nana Arthur ; Hein Moller ; Annelize Botes ; Sisa Pityana ; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) 3:00 PM Microstructural Properties of Heat Treated LENS In-situ Additively Manufactured Titanium Aluminide: Monnamme Tlotleng ; Thabo Lengopeng ; Sisa Pityana 3 ; Lerato Tshabalala ; Ntombi Mathe ; Bathusile Masina ; Council of Scientific and Industrial Research; University of Johannesburg; Council of Scientific and Industrial Research; 3 Council of Scientific and Industrial Research; Tshwane University of Technology 3:0 PM Laser Metal Deposition of Ti-6Al-4V Structures: Analysis of the Build Height Dependent Microstructure and Mechanical Properties: Markus Heilemann ; Mauritz Moeller ; Claus Emmelmann ; Irmela Burkhardt 3 ; Stefan Riekehr 3 ; Volker Ventzke 3 ; Nikolai Kashaev 3 ; Josephin Enz 3 ; Institute of Laser and System Technologies (ilas), Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH); LZN Laser Zentrum Nord GmbH; 3 Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht, Institute of Materials Research, Materials Mechanics 3:40 PM Residual Stress Characterization in Additive Manufactured Powder Bed Fusion Laser (PBF-L) Ti-6Al-4V Alloy: You Lu ; Michael Gharghouri ; Srinand Karuppoor ; Manuel Marya ; Schlumberger; Canadian Nuclear Laboratories 4:00 PM Influence of Scan Velocities on Material Properties of Laser Based Coatings of Ni-Co on Ti-6Al-4V Alloy: Olanrewaju Adesina ; Abimbola Popoola ; Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa 4:0 PM Decomposition of a Martensite of Ti-6Al-4V Alloy during Electron Beam Melting: Kenta Yamanaka ; Manami Mori ; Yusuke Onuki 3 ; Shigeo Sato 3 ; Akihiko Chiba ; Tohoku University; National Institute of Technology, Sendai College; 3 Ibaraki University :00 PM Creep Response of Post-processed Electron-beam-melted Inconel 7 at 650 C and 50/600 MPa: Alfred Okello ; Ryan Dehoff ; Michael Kirka ; Kinga Unocic ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :0 PM Effect of Processing Parameters on the Properties of Inconel 7 Manufactured by Direct Metal Laser Sintering: Grace De Leon Nope ; Diego Espinosa-Arbelaez ; Jorge Corona 3 ; Juan Muñoz-Saldaña ; Luis Gerardo Trapaga Martinez 3 ; Juan Alvarado-Orozco ; CINVESTAV-QRO; CIDESI; 3 CIATEQ :40 PM Microstructural Characterization and Modeling of SLM Superalloy 7: Timothy Smith ; Pete Bonacuse ; Chantal Sudbrack ; NASA Glenn Research Center 3:00 PM Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Direct Laser Metal Deposited Inconel 7: Ajay Bhagavatam ; Abhishek Ramakrishnan ; Karthik Adapa ; Amrinder Singh ; Guru Dinda ; Wayne State University 3:0 PM Microstructure Prediction in 3D Printed IN 7: Patcharapit Promoppatum ; Shi-Chune Yao ; Austin Gerlt ; P. Chris Pistorius ; Anthony Rollett ; Richard Martukanitz ; Peter Coutts ; Carnegie Mellon University; Penn State University 3:40 PM Quantitative Microstructure Analysis of Inconel 7 Grain Boundary Network: Sharniece Holland ; Lin Li ; The University of Alabama 4:00 PM STEM Phase Mapping and Precipitate Evolution in Additively Manufactured Alloy 7: C. Austin Wade ; Bernd Baufeld ; M. Burke 3 ; Thermo Fisher Scientific; Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre; 3 University of Manchester 4:0 PM Effect of Geometry on Grain Structure for a Custom High Gamma Prime Ni-alloy Processed by EBM AM: Curtis Frederick ; Edwin Schwalbach ; Michael Kirka 3 ; Alex Plotkowski ; Suresh Babu ; UTK; AFRL; 3 ORNL 56

57 Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Post Processing Thermal Processes I Program Organizers: Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Monday PM Room: 303 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Matthew Frank, Iowa State University :00 PM Characterization of Hastelloy X Fabricated by Electron Beam Melting and Selective Laser Melting: Sebastien Dryepondt ; Mike Kirka ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :40 PM Effect of Hot Isostatic Pressing on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Steel Matrix Nanocomposites Fabricated by Selective Laser Melting: Bandar AlMangour ; Dariusz Grzesiak ; Jenn-Ming Yang 3 ; Harvard University; West Pomeranian University of Technology; 3 University of California, Los Angeles 3:00 PM Effect of Post-processing on AM Pore Geometry: Richard Fonda ; Andrew Geltmacher ; Jerry Feng ; David Rowenhorst ; US Naval Research Laboratory 3:0 PM Exposure of Additively Manufactured Material to Elevated Temperatures Post HIP: Michael Velez ; Patrick Martin ; John Porter ; Brian Hayes ; UES inc.; AFRL (Ret.) 3:40 PM Investigating the Effect of Post-HIP Heat Treatments on Porosity Regrowth in Powder-bed Metal Additively Manufactured Components Using Synchrotron-based X-ray Microtomography: Ross Cunningham ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University 4:00 PM Microstructure and Indentation Hardness of SLE-Deposited René0 Superalloy with Post-process Heat Treatment: Andriy Dotsenko ; Amrita Basak ; Suman Das ; Georgia Tech 4:0 PM Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Selectively Laser Melted AlSi0Mg Alloy before and after Heat Treatment: Le Zhou ; Abhishek Mehta ; Esin Schulz ; Brandon McWilliams ; Kyu Cho ; Yongho Sohn ; University of Central Florida; Army Research Laboratory 4:40 PM Hot Pressing Effect on Microstructural and Mechanical Properties of SLM Al0SiMg Alloy: Katsuyoshi Kondoh ; Biao Chen ; Junko Umeda ; Seung Moon ; Xiling Yao 3 ; Guijun Bi 3 ; Osaka University; Nanyang Technological University; 3 Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Powder Feedstock Characterization and Performance Powder Production Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Monday PM Room: 305 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Andrzei Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals :00 PM Comparison of Water and Gas Atomized 36L Powder Material for PBF: Simon Jahn ; ifw Jena :0 PM Role of Atomization Gas on Stabilizing Retained Austenite in Additively Manufactured 7-4 PH Grade Stainless Steel: Scott Meredith ; Todd Palmer ; Rich Martukanitz ; Jared Blecher ; Applied Research Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University; 3D Systems, Inc :40 PM Effects of Atomizing Pressure, Melt Temperature and Molten Metal Flow Rate on the Particle Size and Yield of Gas Atomized Al0SiMg Powders: Sharon Park ; Le Zhou ; Jae mara Mundy ; Edward Dein ; Brandon McWilliams ; Kyu Cho ; Yongho Sohn ; University of Central Florida; Army Research Laboratory 3:00 PM Characterization of Powder Produced by Modulation-assisted Machining: Indrani Biswas ; Stiven Rodriguez ; James Mann ; Kevin Trumble ; Srinivasan Chandrasekar ; Purdue University 3:0 PM Shape Memory Alloy Powders from a Low Pressure, Low Temperature Hydriding-pulverizing-dehydriding Process: Silvia Murguia ; Yoav Snir ; Arielle Clauser ; Heather Dunn ; Wendy Grogg ; Raymond Brennan 3 ; Marcus Young ; University of NorthTexas; Nuclear Research Center-Negev; 3 U.S. Army Research Laboratory 3:40 PM Property Variation of AM Fabricated Parts Influence of Feed Stock Powder: Elias Jelis ; Rajendra Sadangi ; Michael Hespos ; Matthew Clemente ; Fernando Echavarria-Hidalgo ; U.S Army, ARDEC, Picatinny Arsenal 4:00 PM Robust Production. Microcracking Eliminated: It Starts with Chemistry: Larry Somrack ; Willam Jarosinski ; Bill Andreski ; Melissa Gorris ; NSL Analytical Services, Inc.; Praxair Surface Technology MONDAY PM 57

58 MONDAY PM Advanced Manufacturing, Processing, Characterization and Modeling of Functional Materials Session II Program Organizers: Markus Chmielus, University of Pittsburgh; Mohammad Elahinia, University of Toledo; Reginald Hamilton, The Pennsylvania State University; Haluk Karaca, University of Kentucky; Reza Mirzaeifar, Virginia Tech Monday PM Room: 34 October 9, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 PM Invited Additive Manufacturing for Shape Memory Material Design: Reginald Hamilton ; Todd Palmer ; The Pennsylvania State University :0 PM In Vitro Corrosion Behavior of Additively Manufactured NiTi Porous Structures for Bone Implant Applications: Hamdy Ibrahim ; Ahmadreza Jahadakbar ; Narges Moghaddam ; Amirhesam Amerinatanzi ; Mohammad Elahinia ; The University of Toledo :40 PM Superelasticity in Room Temperature Aged Fe-Mn-Al-Ni Wires: Hande Ozcan ; Ji Ma ; Jeffrey Brown ; Ronald Noebe ; Yuriy Chumlyakov ; Ibrahim Karaman ; Texas A&M University 3:00 PM Modeling of Biomimetic Structures Actuated by Shape Memory Alloys: Natalie Zeleznik ; Alejandro Hinojos ; Michael Mills ; Haluk Karaca ; Mohammad Elahinia 3 ; James McGuffin-Gawley 4 ; Peter Anderson ; The Ohio State University; University of Kentucky; 3 University of Toledo; 4 Case Western Reserve University 3:0 PM Modeling of Coaxial Jet Mixing for Novel Material Properties: David Spang ; Rowan College at Burlington County 3:40 PM Binder Jet Additive Manufacturing of Magnetocaloric Foams: Katerina Kimes ; Erica Stevens ; Amir Mostafaei ; Jakub Toman ; Markus Chmielus ; University of Pittsburgh 4:00 PM Rapid Intense Pulsed Light Sintering of Silver Nanowire Networks on Polycarbonate for Transparent, Conductive Films: Rajiv Malhotra ; Michael Dexter ; Oregon State University 4:0 PM Conductivity Investigation of Cubic-YSZ Single Crystals by Applying the CALPHAD Approach: Mohammad Asadikiya ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Session II Program Organizers: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Charles Enloe, General Motors; Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc Monday PM Room: 406 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Kip Findley, Colorado School of Mines; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc :00 PM Mechanical Stability of Retained Austenite in Austempered Fe-Mn-Si Medium Carbon Steel: Tadashi Furuhara ; Takeshi Kaneshita ; Goro Miyamoto ; Tohoku University :0 PM Liquid Metal Embrittlement of Resistance Spot Welded 0TRIP Steel - Effects of Crack Geometry on Weld Mechanical Performance: Du-Youl Choi ; Sang-Ho Uhm ; Charles Enloe ; Hokook Lee ; Gyosung Kim ; Curt Horvath ; POSCO Global R&D Center; General Motors :40 PM Effect of Austenite Transformation on the Hole Expansion Properties of Q&P and Medium Mn Steels: Singon Kang ; Jihoon Kim ; Jiyeon Yun ; Jinkyung Kim ; Bruno De Cooman ; POSTECH 3:00 PM Chemical Composition and Cooling Rate Effect on Microstructure Evolution in AHSS Grades: Rafael Coura Giacomin ; Bryan Webler ; Jonathan Becerril ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:0 PM Designing Tough Nanostructured Bainite: Peter Kirbiš ; Tatjana Pirtošek ; Ivan Anžel ; Mihael Bruncko ; SIJ Metal Ravne d.d.; University of Maribor, Slovenia 3:40 PM Structures and Mechanisms Enabling Cold Formability In NanoSteel 3rd Generation AHSS: Alla Sergueeva ; Andrew Frerichs ; Brian Meacham ; Sheng Cheng ; Daniel Branagan ; The NanoSteel Company 4:00 PM Flash Bainite: Cold Stamping 500 to 00MPa Structural and Energy Absorbing Components to <T Bend Radii: Gary Cola ; SFP Works, LLC 4:0 PM Microstructure and Mechanical Behavior of a TWIP Fe-5Mn-.5Si-Al Steel: Xiaoxue Chen ; Jianguo Li ; Laszlo Kecskes 3 ; Qiuming Wei ; UNC- Charlotte; University of Northwestern Poly-technical University; 3 US Army Research Laboratory 5

59 Advancements in In-situ Electron Microscopy Characterization II Radiation Environments Program Organizers: Yue Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Nan Li, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Khalid Hattar, Sandia National Laboratories; T. John Balk, University of Kentucky; Josh Kacher, Georgia Tech Monday PM Room: 4 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Khalid Hattar, Sandia National Laboratories; Engang Fu, Peking University :00 PM Invited TEM with In Situ Ion Irradiation of Nuclear Materials: Meimei Li ; Argonne National Laboratory :30 PM Invited Detwinning through Migration of Twin Boundaries (TBs) in Nanotwinned Cu Films under Ion Irradiation: Jinlong Du ; Y.X. Liang ; P.P. Wang ; K.Y. Yu ; M.A. Kirk 3 ; Z.M. Wu ; E.G. Fu ; Peking University; Chinese University of Petroleum; 3 Argonne National Laboratory 3:00 PM Invited In Situ Studies on Radiation Resistance of Nanoporous Metals: Jin Li ; Cuncai Fan ; Youxing Chen ; Xinghang Zhang ; Purdue University; Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:30 PM In Situ Analysis of Ion Irradiation Damage in Nanocrystalline Tungsten Alloys: Olivia Donaldson ; Khalid Hattar ; Jason Trelewicz ; Stony Brook University; Sandia National Laboratories 3:50 PM Irradiation of Nanoporous Gold and Niobium Effects on Mechanical Properties: Nicolas Briot ; Maria Kosmidou ; University of Kentucky Alumina at the Forefront of Technology II Sintering and Microstructure of Alumina Ceramics Program Organizers: William Walker, Federal-Mogul Corporation; Marina Pascucci, CeraNova Corporation; Charles Compson, Almatis; William Carty, Alfred University Monday PM Room: 36 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Charles Compson, Almatis, Inc. :00 PM Invited New Approaches for Grain Boundary Informatics as a Pathway to Processing Reliability: Jeffrey Rickman ; Yan Wang ; Christopher Marvel ; Martin Harmer ; Anthony Rollett 3 ; Charles Compson 4 ; GrainBound, Inc.; Lehigh University; Lehigh University; 3 Carnegie Mellon University; 4 Almatis Inc. :40 PM Powder Chemistry Effects on the Sintering of Bayer Alumina: Tobias Frueh ; Elizabeth Kupp ; Charles Compson ; Joe Atria ; Gary Messing ; The Pennsylvania State University; Almatis, Inc. 3:00 PM Densification and Grain Growth of Alumina in the Presence of a Liquid Phase: Sarah Whipkey ; Hyojin Lee ; William Carty ; New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University 3:0 PM Investigating the Origin of Abnormal Grain Growth in Specialty Alumina: Christopher Marvel ; Yan Wang ; Animesh Kundu ; Jeffrey Rickman ; Martin Harmer ; Joe Atria 3 ; Charles Compson 3 ; GrainBound, Inc.; Lehigh University; Lehigh University; 3 Almatis Inc. 3:40 PM Second Phase Formation During Sintering of Bayer Alumina: Tobias Frueh ; Elizabeth Kupp ; Charles Compson ; Joe Atria ; Gary Messing ; The Pennsylvania State University; Almatis, Inc. 4:00 PM Invited Pore Size Analysis for Alumina Ceramics: William Walker ; Federal-Mogul Corporation ASM Alpha Sigma Mu Lecture Monday PM Room: 335 October 9, 07 :30 PM Invited Creating the Materials of Tomorrow: Joseph Newkirk ; Missouri University of Science and Technology Best Practices in Academic Laboratory Safety Session II Program Organizers: Elizabeth Kupp, Penn State University; Theresa Kotanchek, Evolved Analytics LLC; Edgar Lara-Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Monday PM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Edgar Lara-Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory :00 PM Invited Laying the Foundation: Ten Elements of an Effective Laboratory Safety Management Program: J Cocchio ; Gord Winkel ; Neil Anderson ; The University of Alberta :40 PM Question and Answer Period Discusion about Laboratory Safety Management Program Presentation 3:00 PM Demonstration Student video competition - presentation of videos and announcement of prize winners MONDAY PM 59

60 MONDAY PM Boron, Boron Coatings, Boron Compounds and Boron Nanomaterials: Structure, Properties, Processing, and Applications Novel Synthesis & Boron Suboxide Program Organizers: Jens Kunstmann, TU Dresden; Roumiana Petrova, New Jersey Institute of Tech; Scott Beckman, Washington State University Monday PM Room: 330 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Scott Beckman, Washington State University :00 PM Invited Ternary Borides Nb7Fe3B and Ta7Fe3B with Kagome-type Iron Framework: Andreas Leithe-Jasper ; Qiang Zheng ; Roman Gumeniuk ; Juri Grin ; MPI-CPfS; TU-Bergakademie, Freiberg :40 PM Microstructure and Phase Control during Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Ultrahigh Temperature Tantalum Hafnium Diboride Powders (Tax Hf- xb) via Carbothermal/Borothermal Reduction Reaction: Paniz Foroughi ; Zhe Cheng ; Florida International University 3:00 PM Synthesis, Consolidation and In-situ Indentation Studies on Bulk Boron Suboxide: Archana Loganathan ; Pranjal Nautiyal ; Paniz Foroughi ; Jian Yu ; Brandon McWilliams ; Zhe Cheng ; Benjamin Boesl ; Arvind Agarwal ; Florida International University; US Army Research Laboratory 3:0 PM Question and Answer Period 3:40 PM Processing Effects on Stoichiometry in Hot-pressed Boron Suboxide Ceramics: Taylor Shoulders ; Kristopher Behler ; Jerry LaSalvia ; Lionel Vargas-Gonzalez ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory 4:00 PM Effect of Oxide Additives on the Densification, Microstructure, and Hardness of Hot-pressed Boron Suboxide: Kristopher Behler ; Jerry LaSalvia ; Christopher Marvel 3 ; Scott Walck ; Martin Harmer 3 ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory (SURVICE Engineering); U.S. Army Research Laboratory; 3 Lehigh University Ceramics and Glasses Simulations and Informatics Atomic-scale Modeling Program Organizers: Mathieu Bauchy, University of California, Los Angeles; Peter Kroll, University of Texas Arlington Monday PM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Peter Kroll, University of Texas at Arlington; Adri van Duin, Penn State :00 PM Invited Atomic Level Simulation of Defects and Diffusion in Ceramics: Ram Devanathan ; Kerry Garrett ; Michele Conroy ; Weilin Jiang ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory :40 PM Invited Tuning the Structure and Properties of Glass Aided by Computer Simulation: Liping Huang ; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 3:0 PM Invited Effect of Irradiation on Cement Hydrates: Evidence of a Topological Selforganization: N. M. Anoop Krishnan ; Bu Wang ; Gaurav Sant ; Mathieu Bauchy ; University of California, Los Angeles 4:00 PM Ab-initio Molecular Dynamic Simulations of Amorphous Nitrides at Highpressure: Peter Kroll ; University of Texas at Arlington 4:0 PM Commonalities in Frequency-dependent Viscoelastic Damping in Glasses: Raghavan Ranganathan ; Pawel Keblinski ; Yunfeng Shi ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Characterization of Fracture and Fragmentation Phenomena Across Multiple Length Scales: From Atomistic to Macroscopic Approaches Fracture and Fragmentation Phenomena: Lower Length Scales Methodologies Program Organizers: Remi Dingreville, Sandia National Laboratories; Pierre-Alexandre Juan, Sandia National Laboratories Monday PM Room: 45 October 9, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 PM Invited Interface Chemistry and Strain Rate Effect on Fracture in Energetic Material Interfaces: Chandra Prakash ; Vikas Tomar ; Purdue University :40 PM A Novel Approach for Selecting Grain Boundary Sets for Intergranular Fracture Studies Using Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Doruk Aksoy ; Remi Dingreville ; Douglas Spearot ; University of Florida; Sandia National Laboratories 3:00 PM Do Voids Initiate at Grain Boundaries?: Philip Noell ; Brad Boyce ; Jay Carroll ; Khalid Hattar ; Blythe Clark ; Sandia National Laboratories 3:0 PM Thermo-mechanical Deformation Responses in Transition Metal Carbides at Ultra-high Temperatures: Gregory Thompson ; Morgan Ross ; Chase Smith ; Nick DeLeon ; Christopher Weinberger ; University of Alabama; Colorado State University 3:40 PM In-situ 3D Observation of Grain Evolution in a Cu Polycrystal: Rulin Chen ; Reeju Pokharel ; Bjorn Clausen ; Ricardo Lebensohn ; Peter Kenesei 3 ; Robert Suter ; Carnegie Mellon University; Los Alaos National Laboratory; 3 Argonne National Laboratory 4:00 PM Investigating Heterogeneous Deformation in Polycrystalline Al 606 Using In-situ SEM Tensile Test and HREBSD Characterization: Yung Suk Yoo ; Jay Carroll ; John Emery ; Josh Kacher ; Georgia Institute of Technology; Sandia National Laboratories 60

61 Curricular Innovations and Continuous Improvement of Academic Programs (and Satisfying ABET along the Way): The Elizabeth Judson Memorial Symposium Design in Materials Science and Engineering Program Organizers: Devarajan Venugopalan, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee; Jeffrey Fergus, Auburn University; Janet Callahan, Boise State University; Thomas Bieler, Michigan State University; Ronald Gibala, University of Michigan; Tonya Stone, Mississippi State University Monday PM Room: 306 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Gregg Janowski, Univ of Alabama - Birmingham :00 PM Preparing Students for Open-ended Projects through Hands-on Tools and Techniques Demonstrations: Christopher Levey ; Kevin Baron ; Dartmouth :0 PM One Approach for Improving the Senior Design Experience for Students and Faculty: Ben Church ; Nidal Abu-Zahra ; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee :40 PM Failure Analysis as a Capstone Experience in the Undergraduate Materials Science and Engineering Program at Wright State University: Raghavan Srinivasan ; Wright State University 3:00 PM Incorporating Design into the Senior Thesis Capstone in MATSE at Penn State University: Robert Kimel ; Penn State University 3:0 PM Approaches to Design in Materials Science and Engineering and Related Programs: Panel Discussion: Chet Van Tyne ; Gregg Janowski ; Raghu Srinivasan 3 ; Devarajan Venugopalan 4 ; Colorado School of Mines; University of Alabama at Birmingham; 3 Wright State University; 4 University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee Data and Tools for Materials Discovery and Design Combinatorial First Principles and High Throughput Methods for Screening: Challenges and Opportunities Program Organizers: Zi-Kui Liu, The Pennsylvania State University; David McDowell, Georgia Institute of Technology; Carelyn Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Laura Bartolo, Northwestern University; Bryce Meredig, Citrine Informatics; Mark Tschopp, Army Research Laboratory; Dane Morgan, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Afina Lupulescu, ASM International Monday PM Room: 33 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Dane Morgan, University of Wisconsin - Madison; James Warren, National Institute of Standards and Technology :00 PM Keynote Data and Tools for Materials Discovery and Design: The Materials Innovation Infrastructure: James Warren ; National Institute of Standards and Technology :40 PM Invited High-throughput Materials Discovery and Development: Computational Tools for Data Generation and Advanced Characterization: Marco Buongiorno Nardelli ; University of North Texas 3:00 PM Invited Materials Discovery and Design at Finite Temperatures: Jan Janssen ; Albert Glensk ; Blazej Grabowski ; Tilmann Hickel ; Jörg Neugebauer ; Max-Planck- Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH 3:0 PM Invited High-throughput and Machine-learning Diffusion Modeling with the MAterials Simulation Toolkit (MAST): Dane Morgan ; Tam Mayeshiba ; Henry Wu ; University of Wisconsin - Madison 3:40 PM Combining Hi Throughput Computations and Hi Throughput Experiments to Accelerate Discovery and Development of Structural Alloys: Dan Miracle ; Bhaskar Majumdar ; Katelun Wertz ; Stephane Gorsse 3 ; AF Research Laboratory; New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology ; 3 CNRS, ICMCB, UPR 904, Pessac 4:00 PM High-throughput Identification and Characterization of Two-dimensional Materials Using Density Functional Theory: Kamal Choudhary ; Ryan Beams ; Irina Kalish ; Francesca Tavazza ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 4:0 PM Estimating Thermal Expansion with Intrinsic Quantum Thermodynamics: Ryo Yamada ; Michael von Spakovsky ; William Reynolds ; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Design, Processing, and Development of Structural Materials Complex and Multicomponent Alloys Program Organizers: Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Mitra Taheri, Drexel University Monday PM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Anit Giri, US Army Research Laboratory; Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory :00 PM Invited Experimental and Computational Investigation of Microstructures and Mechanical Behavior of High-entropy Alloys (HEAs): Peter Liaw ; Haoyan Diao ; Tingkun Liu ; Yanfei Gao ; Jonathan Poplawsky ; Wei Guo ; Karin Dahmen 3 ; University of Tennessee; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 3 University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign :0 PM Invited Design and Development of Lightweight Corrosion Resistant Compositionally Complex Alloys: Nick Birbilis ; Monash University :40 PM Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of a Nanostructured High Entropy Alloy Processed via Heavy Rolling: Yaojun Lin ; Feng Wang ; Zhigang Yan ; Fei Chen ; Enrique Lavernia 3 ; Wuhan University of Technology; Yanshan University; 3 University of California, Irvine MONDAY PM 6

62 MONDAY PM 3:00 PM Invited Computational Modeling of High-Entropy Alloys: Thermodynamics, Elasticity, and Solid Solution Strengthening: Michael Gao ; Mike Widom ; Jeffrey Hawk ; National Energy Technology Lab; Carnegie Mellon University 3:0 PM Microhardness and Microstructure of Nanocrystalline Nb 5 Mo 5 Ta 5 W 5 High Entropy Alloys: Anit Giri ; Anthony Roberts ; Chad Hornbuckle ; Thomas Luckenbaugh ; Vincent Hammond ; Kris Darling ; US Army Research Laboratory 3:40 PM Designing Novel Cermet Materials in the Ti-B-Fe-Mo System: Alexander Lark ; Vikas Jindal ; Ahmed Degnah ; K.S. Ravi Chandran ; University of Utah 4:00 PM Deformation Processing and Recrystallization of Single Crystal Ni-base Superalloys: Sarah Frith ; Kyle Ventura ; Gerhard Fuchs ; University of Florida Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors II Program Organizers: Narsingh Singh, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Dimitra Stratis-Cullum, Army Research Laboratory; Ravindra Nuggehalli, NJIT Monday PM Room: 33 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Dimitra Stratis-Cullum, Army Research Laboratory; Liliana Braescu, Université du Québec; Dev Mahato, National Institute of Technology :00 PM Invited Magnetic Composites for Stretchable Wireless Power Systems: Nathan Lazarus ; US Army Research Laboratory :0 PM Invited Spin-orbit Coupling Effects on Multiferroic Properties of the Multifunctional Oxides: Liliana Braescu ; Francois Vidal ; Alain Pignolet ; INRS Canada & Alfaisal University KSA; Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique :40 PM Invited Multicontrollable Metasurfaces: Akhlesh Lakhtakia ; Penn State University 3:00 PM Invited Display of Gold-binding Peptides by Living Bacteria for Bioelectrochemical Systems: Justin Jahnke ; Deborah Sarkes ; Jessica Terrell ; Bryn Adams ; Margaret Hurley ; James Sumner ; Dimitra Stratis-Cullum ; US Army Research Laboratory 3:0 PM Invited Magnetically Augmented Rotational System - Properties and Performance: Shuang Du ; Ruolei Liu ; Yan Liu ; Tiansee Chow ; Nuggehalli Ravindra ; New Jersey Institute of Technology; Energy Technology Development Inc. 3:40 PM Multifunctional Hydroxyapatites: Design of Materials for Laser Host and Bone Applications: Stacey Sova ; Jayati Bhavsar ; Puja Gautam ; Bradley Arnold ; Lisa Kelly ; Paul Smith ; Kamdeo Mandal ; Narasimha Prasad ; Narsingh Singh ; University of Maryland, Baltimore County 4:00 PM Invited Advancement in the Synthesis Techniques for Energy Storage Materials and Their Characterizations: Laxman Singh ; Youngil Lee ; Minsoo Ji ; University of Ulsan 4:0 PM Invited Visible Light Sensitive Photo-catalytic Semi-conducting Metal Oxides in Abating Water Pollution: Koyar Rane ; Rajesh Joshi ; Sunil Jalalpure 3 ; Suneel Dodamani 3 ; Rani Channamma University (State University); Regional Medical Research Centre (Indian Council of Medical Research); 3 KLE University s College of Pharmacy Failure Analysis and Prevention Additive Manufacturing, Processing & Corrosion Failures Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Monday PM Room: 407 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Amber Dalley, RJ Lee Group; Charles White, IME Dept,Kettering University; Thomas Ackerson, Curtiss Wright - IMR Test Labs; Richard McSwain, McSwain Engineering Incorporated; Andrew Havics, ph, LLC :00 PM Invited Crack Reduction in NiCr-alloys When Processed by Additive Manufacturing Using the Laser Powder Bed Process: William Jarosinski ; Larry Somrack ; Praxair Surface Technologies, Inc.; NSL Analytical :0 PM Additive Manufacturing Process Inherent Failure Mechanisms: Joy Gockel ; Luke Sheridan ; Bo Whip ; Eric Tatman ; Sonya Sokhey ; Wright State University :40 PM Failure Analysis and Engineering Challenges of Additive Manufacturing Processes: Daniel Dennies ; DMS, Inc 3:00 PM Characterization of Ancient Steel Tie-rods for Structural Integrity Assessment of Historic Masonry Buildings: Donato Firrao ; Paolo Matteis ; Giorgio Scavino ; Giuseppe Ferro ; Politecnico di Torino - DISAT; Politecnico di Torino - DISEG 3:0 PM Acid Dew Point Corrosion Induced Failure in Boiler Economizer Tubes: Urbi Pal ; Sandip Bhattacharya ; Goutam Mukhopadhyay ; Tata Steel 3:40 PM Analysis of Corrosion Damage to a Zinc Die-cast Plumbing Fitting: Tim Jur ; Richard Edwards ; Ron Windam ; Engineering Design & Testing Corp 4:00 PM Invited Impact of Corrosion on Coal Mining Equipment: J.V. Pellegrino Jr. ; RJ Lee Group 4:0 PM Failure Analysis of Cracked Rotor Wedges of a Generator: Mehdi Taheri ; Erhan Ulvan ; -30- Forensic Engineering ; Acuren Group Inc 6

63 Glass, Amorphous, and Optical Materials: Common Issues within Science & Technology Structureproperty Relations II Program Organizers: Gang Chen, Ohio University; Steve Martin, Iowa State University Monday PM Room: 30 October 9, 07 Session Chair: John Kieffer, University Of Michigan Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Materials for Alternative Energy Photovoltaics and Electrochemistry Program Organizers: Andrei Jitianu, Lehman College, City University of New York; Lisa Klein, Rutgers University; Lia Stanciu, Purdue University; Mihaela Jitianu, William Paterson University Monday PM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Ekaterina Pomerantseva, Drexel University MONDAY PM :00 PM Invited Extreme Entropy Mixed Anion Mixed Cation Mixed Glass Former Glasses: Steve W. Martin ; Steven Kmiec ; Melinda Hoyt ; Peter Enz ; Alison Whale ; Iowa State University :0 PM Elastic Properties and Ionic Migration Mechanisms in Mixed-network Former Glasses: Weimin Wang ; Randilynn Christensen ; Brittany Curtis Steve Martin ; John Kieffer ; University of Michigan; Iowa State University :40 PM Stretched Exponential Relaxation of Glasses: Origin of the Mixed Alkali Effect: Yingtian Yu ; John Mauro ; Mathieu Bauchy ; University of California, Los Angeles; Corning Inc. 3:00 PM Indentation and Scratch of Mixed-Alkali Glasses: Jared Seaman ; Peter Lezzi ; Timothy Gross ; Corning Incorporated 3:0 PM Indentation Deformation Mechanisms in Ternary Alkali Aluminosilicate Glasses: Timothy Gross ; Corning Inc. 3:40 PM Understanding Cracking Behavior of Glass from Its Elastic and Plastic Response to Hydrostatic Compression: Siva Priya Jaccani ; Liping Huang ; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 4:00 PM A Surface Science Perspective of the Usable Strength of Glass: Nisha Sheth ; Jiawei Luo ; Joy Banerjee ; Carlo Pantano ; Seong Kim ; Penn State University; Corning 4:0 PM The Effect of Stress on the Kinetics of Surface Stress Relaxation in Glass: Emily M. Aaldenberg ; Thierry Blanchet ; Minoru Tomozawa ; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 4:40 PM Dissolution Behavior of MoO3-FeO3-PO5 Glasses: Jincheng Bai ; Daniel Drury ; Jenhsien Hsu ; Richard Brow ; Cheol-Woon Kim ; Joe Szabo ; Adam Zervos ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; MO-SCI Corporation 5:00 PM Investigating Alteration of Pre-viking Hillfort Glasses from the Broborg Hillfort Site, Sweden: Carolyn Pearce ; Jamie Weaver ; Edward Vicenzi 3 ; Thomas Lam 3 ; Tamas Varga ; Micah Miller ; Bruce Arey ; Michele Conroy ; John McCloy 4 ; Rolf Sjoblom 5 ; Michael Schweiger ; David Peeler ; Albert Kruger 6 ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; National Institute of Standards and Technology; 3 Smithsonian Institute; 4 Washington State University; 5 Lulea University of Technology; 6 Department of Energy :00 PM Invited Optical-scale Microlens Arrays for Enhanced Light Emitting Diode and Dye Sensitized Solar Cell Performance: James Gilchrist ; Nelson Tansu ; Mark Snyder ; Lehigh University :30 PM Invited Design of Solar Active Metal-oxide/Carbon-nanotube Aerogel Photocatalysts and Nano-photoelectrochemical Cell Arrays: Paul Salvador ; Hang-Ah Park ; Siyuan Liu ; Youngseok Oh ; Gregory Rohrer ; Mohammad Islam ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:00 PM Invited P-type Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells and Fuels: Challenges and Opportunities: Yiying Wu ; Ohio State University 3:30 PM Invited Oxide Nano-sheet Based Hybrid Structures: Kevin Pachuta ; Emily Pentzer ; Alp Sehirlioglu ; Case Western Reserve University 4:00 PM Hybrid Supercapacitors Fabricated from Commercial Organic Wastes and Metal Oxides: Engin Ciftyurek ; Kaushlendra Singh ; Litha Sivanandan ; Katarzyna Sabolskya ; Tugrul Yumak ; Ed Sabolsky ; WVU 4:0 PM DFT and TD-DFT of Electronic and Optical Properties for Novel Cyclometalated Ruthenium Complexes for Dye-sensitized Solar Cells (DSSCs).: Nambury Babu ; Said Vuai ; John Makangara ; Isaac Onoka ; The University of Dodoma Innovations in Materials and Processes for Solar PV Applications Innovations in Materials and Processes for Solar PV Applications Program Organizers: Sheela Ramasesha, Divecha Center for Climate Change, Indian Institute of Science; Nicholas Ekins-Daukes, Imperial College Monday PM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 PM Introductory Comments :0 PM Dewetted Gold Coatings as Templates for Uniform Cadmium Selenide Films: Warren Rucker ; Tianxing Ma ; Jonathan Singer ; Dunbar Birnie ; Rutgers University 63

64 MONDAY PM :30 PM Effects of Recycled Slag on Boron Removal from Metallurgical-grade Silicon with Active Component Addition: Xuetao Luo ; Chenghao Lu ; Xiamen University :50 PM Interface Study Of Passivated Silicon Wafers For High Efficiency Photovoltaics By Transmission Electron Microscopy: Haider Ali ; Winston Schoenfeld ; Kristopher Davis ; University of Central Florida 3:0 PM Probing Charge Transport Behavior in PbS Quantum Solar Cells Using Multiple Illumination Directions: Matthew Duff ; University of Pittsburgh 3:30 PM Tunnel Layer Dielectrics for High Barrier Height Contacts in Photovoltaics: Understanding Fixed Charge in Tunnel-active Thicknesses: Nicholas Strandwitz ; Lehigh University Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Interface Thermodynamics Program Organizers: Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University; John Blendell, Purdue University; Wayne Kaplan, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Monday PM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Paul Wynblatt, Carnegie Mellon University; Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University International Symposium on Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena Proton Conductors Program Organizers: Tatsuya Kawada, Tohoku University; Manfred Martin, RWTH Aachen University; Sangtae Kim, University of California, Davis Monday PM Room: 409 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Roger De Souza, RWTH Aachen University :00 PM High Performance, Fuel-flexible Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cells via In-situ Exsolution of Ni Nanoparticles: Chuancheng Duan ; Neal Sullivan ; Robert Braun ; Robert Kee ; Huayang Zhu ; Ryan O Hayre ; Colorado School of Mines :0 PM Invited Proton Conduction in Zeolite and Application to Water Electrolysis: Yuki Terayama ; Naohiro Shimoda ; Shigeo Satokawa ; Yoshitsugu Sone 3 ; Hiroshige Matsumoto ; Kyushu University; Seikei University; 3 Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency 3:00 PM Invited Triple Conducting Oxides for Electrochemical Applications: Meagan Papac ; Chuancheng Duan ; Ann Deml ; Andriy Zakutayev ; Vladan Stevanovic ; Michael Sanders ; Ryan O Hayre ; Colorado School of Mines; National Renewable Energy Laboratory 3:40 PM Invited Cation Diffusion in A + B 4+ O 3 Perovskites: Tor Grande ; Rokas Sažinas ; Norwegian University of Science and Technology :00 PM Keynote Recent Progress in Atomistic Modeling of Materials Interfaces: Yuri Mishin ; George Mason University :40 PM Keynote Continuum Modelling of Grain Boundary Wetting: Robert Spatschek ; Claas Hüter ; Forschungszentrum Juelich 3:0 PM Invited Predicting Phase Behavior of Interfaces with Evolutionary Algorithms: Qiang Zhu ; Amit Samanta ; Bingxi Li 3 ; Robert Rudd ; Timofey Frolov ; University of Nevada Las Vegas; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 3 University of California Davis 3:40 PM Invited Defect Interactions in Multilayer Graphene: Rachel Zucker ; Mark Asta ; University of California, Berkeley 4:00 PM An Effective Phase-field Model for Anisotropic Interfaces: A Phase-field Crystal Approach: Nana Ofori-Opoku ; James Warren ; Peter Voorhees ; Northwestern University; National Institute of Standards and Technology 4:0 PM Grain Boundary Phase Transition Kinetics in Ionic Ceramics: Suryanarayana Karra ; Wolfgang Rheinheimer ; Michael Hoffmann ; R. Edwin Garcia ; Purdue University; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XIX) Brazing Program Organizers: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University; Mathieu Brochu, McGill University; Anming Hu, University of Tennessee; Darren Barborak, AZZ WSI; Akio Hirose, Osaka University; Peng He, Harbin Insitute of Technology; Zhiyong Gu, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Vikas Patel, ArcelorMittal USA Monday PM Room: 36 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Michael Halbig, NASA Glenn Research Center; Zhenzhen Yu, Colorado School of Mines :00 PM Brazing of Inconel 600 by a Newly Designed Multi-Principal-Component Alloy Filler Foil: Zhenzhen Yu ; Minrui Gao ; Stephen Liu ; Colorado School of Mines :0 PM Brazing of Nickel Superalloys Using High Entropy Alloy Bulk Material and Nanopaste: Denzel Bridges ; Suhong Zhang ; Samantha Lang ; Zhenzhen Yu ; Zhili Feng 3 ; Anming Hu ; Minrui Gao ; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Colorado School of Mines; 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory 64

65 :40 PM Brazing of Steel 304 and Inconel 7 Using Ni Nanoparticle Paste: Suhong Zhang ; Denzel Bridges ; Zhili Feng ; Anming Hu ; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 3:00 PM Transient Liquid Phase Bonding of Ni-based-alloy-H30 for Compact Heat Exchangers for Application in Supercritical CO Power Cycles: Monica Kapoor ; Omer Dogan ; Jeffrey Hawk ; National Energy Technology Lab 3:0 PM Multiple Self-exothermic Reactions for Room-temperature Aluminum Bonding via Instantaneous Melting: Tomoki Matsuda ; Makoto Takahashi ; Tomokazu Sano ; Akio Hirose ; Osaka University 3:40 PM On the Role of Wetting and Reactivity during Joining Of Ceramics by Brazing Alloys at High Temperature: Fiqiri Hodaj ; Grenoble Institute of Technology 4:00 PM Microstructure Evolution during Air Bonding of Al O 3 to Al O 3 Joints Using an Amorphous Bismuth borate zinc Glass: Peng He ; Wei Guo ; Harbin Institute; Harbin Institute 3:00 PM High Temperature Oxidation of SPS Sintered Cr 3 C -coated SiC-NFA Composites in Water Vapor Containing Environment: Kaustubh Bawane ; Kathy Lu ; Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 3:0 PM Understanding Chloride-induced Stress Corrosion Cracking Behavior of SS304 for Dry Storage Canisters for Spent Nuclear Fuels Storage: Nilesh Kumar ; KL Murty ; NC State University 3:40 PM Assessment of Aging Degradation Mechanisms of Alloy 709 for Sodium Fast Reactors: Alan Carter ; Jie Song ; Kip Findley ; Michael Kaufman ; Colorado School of Mines 4:00 PM Oxidation and Corrosion Resistance of Zr n+ AlC n MAX Phases for Future Fission Environments: Eugenio Zapata-Solvas ; Na Ni ; Bill Lee ; Imperial College London 4:0 PM Fretting Wear Behaviors of Surface-Modified Zr Cladding Supported by Pre-oxidized Spacer Grid: Young-Ho Lee ; Jung-Hwan Park ; Dong-Jun Park ; Hyun-Gil Kim ; Jae-Ho Yang ; Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute ; Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute MONDAY PM Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Corrosion of Materials in Nuclear Energy Systems Program Organizers: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory Monday PM Room: 40 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Stuart Maloy, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory :00 PM Invited Corrosion Mechanism of Incoloy 00H Alloy in High Temperature Thermal Energy Storage MgCl-KCl Salts: Yuxiang Peng ; Ramana Reddy ; The University of Alabama :0 PM Bulk and Surface Grain Boundary Engineering for Improved Resistance to Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking of Nuclear Alloys: Abhishek Telang ; Amrinder Gill ; Mukul Kumar 3 ; Sebastien Teysseyre 4 ; Seetha Mannava 5 ; Dong Qian 6 ; Vijay Vasudevan 5 ; Integer Holdings Corp; AK Steel; 3 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 4 Idaho National Laboratory; 5 University of Cincinnati; 6 University of Texas at Dallas :40 PM Corrosion Resistance of Pure SiC and SiC-NFA Composite under High Temperature Water Vapor Conditions: Kaijie Ning ; Kathy Lu ; Virginia Tech Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Novel Tech II Program Organizers: Indrajit Dutta, Corning Incorporated; Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated Monday PM Room: 4 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Christian Kisielowski, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory :00 PM Characterizing Novel Transducers for High Temperature Thermal Measurements Using Time Domain Thermoreflectance: Christina Rost ; Kevin Ferri ; Charlotte Dawes 3 ; Trent Borman ; Jon-Paul Maria ; Patrick Hopkins ; University of Virginia; North Carolina State University; 3 University of New South Wales :0 PM Invited In Situ Raman Mapping Of Mechanically Stressed Materials: A Combination for Simultaneous Raman Spectroscopy and Nanoindentation: Yvonne Gerbig ; Chris Michaels ; Robert Cook ; National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 3:00 PM Invited Visualization of Ferroelastic Domain Switching in (K,Na,Li)(Nb,Ta)O 3 Lead-free Piezoelectric Ceramics By In Situ Neutron Diffraction: Yan Chen ; Kepi Chen ; Ke An ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; North China Electric Power University 3:40 PM Invited Surface Frenkel Defects in MnO Supercapacitors: Quantification Enabled By X-ray Spectroscopy and Total Scattering: Scott Misture ; Peter Metz ; Peng Gao ; Alfred University 65

66 MONDAY PM 4:0 PM Localized Thin Film Damage Sourced and Monitored via Pump-probe Modulated Thermoreflectance: Brian Donovan ; John Tomko ; Ashutosh Giri ; David Olson ; John Gaskins ; Patrick Hopkins ; United States Naval Academy; University of Virginia Multifunctional Ceramic- and Metal-matrix Composites: Processing, Properties and Performance General Processing and Characterization of CMCs and MMCs/Miscellaneous topics on MMCs and CMCs Program Organizers: Martin Pech-Canul, Cinvestav IPN- Unidad Saltillo; Golam Newaz, Wayne State University Monday PM Room: 39 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Martin Pech-Canul, Cinvestav Saltillo :00 PM Invited Selective Heat Treatment of Spray-formed Composite Tool Steels: Chengsong Cui ; Alwin Schulz ; Dawid Nadolski ; IWT Bremen :0 PM The Influence of Nano TiN Additions on Mechanical Properties and Fracture Behaviour of Spark Plasma Sintered SAF 05: Samuel Oke ; Mahlatse Mphahlele ; Oladeji Ige ; Oluwasegun Falodun ; Babatunde Obadele ; Peter Olubambi ; University of Johannesburg :40 PM Tribological Design of Ceramics formulating New Composites: Yongsheng Zhang ; Junjie Song ; Hengzhong Fan ; Yunfeng Su ; Litian Hu ; State Key Laboratory of Solid Lubrication, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences 3:00 PM Current Research Trends in the Field of Metal-matrix Composites: A Review: Martin Pech-Canul ; Socorro Valdez ; José Flores-García ; Máximo Pech-Canul 3 ; Héctor Hernández-García 4 ; Cinvestav IPN- Unidad Saltillo; Instituto de Ciencias Físicas-UNAM; 3 Cinvestav IPN Mérida; 4 COMIMSA 3:0 PM Improvement of Aluminum Alloy-rice Husk Ash Wettability with Surface Modification of Rice-husk Ash (RHA) by Si3N4 Coating: Niloofar Soltani ; Amin Bahrami ; Martin Pech-Canul ; Luis Gonzalez ; Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México 3:40 PM Mechanical and Thermal Properties of Infiltrated 3D-Si 3 N 4 Coated SiO / Al-Mg-Si and Si 3 N4/Al-Mg-Si Alloys by Pressureless Infiltration: Niloofar Soltani ; Amin Bahrami ; Martin Pech-Canul ; Luis Gonzalez ; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN Unidad Saltillo 4:00 PM Thermal and Electrical Properties of Bilayer Al/B4C/Rice Husk Ash Composite: Amin Bahrami ; Niloofar Soltani ; Shaghayegh Soltani ; Martin Pech-Canul 3 ; Carlos Gutiérrez 3 ; Luis Gonzalez 3 ; Angela Möller 4 ; Jashoua Tapp 4 ; Aleksander Gurlo 5 ; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; K. N. Toosi University of Technology; 3 Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del IPN Unidad Saltillo; 4 Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz; 5 Technische Universitaet Berlin Multifunctional Oxides Synthesis, Characterization, and Modeling of Metal Oxides Program Organizers: Xiaoqing Pan, University of California, Irvine; Chonglin Chen, University of Texas at San Antonio; Quanxi Jia, University at Buffalo The State University of New York; Judith Driscoll, University of Cambridge Monday PM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Rafal Dunin-Borkowski, Forschungszentrum Jülich; Ping Lu, Sandia National Laboratories :00 PM Invited Atomistic Understanding of Interface Structures and Properties In Selfassembled Vertically Aligned Nanocomposite Thin Films by Advanced Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy: Ping Lu ; Lin Zhou ; Jon Ihlefeld ; Wei Pan ; Sandia National Laboratories; Ames Laboratory :0 PM First Principle Study of Interfacial Structures and Properties of Perovskite Oxides: Yanfu Lu ; Susan Sinnott ; Penn State University :40 PM Invited First-principles Design of Two-dimensional Electron Gas in the Perovskite- Oxide-Based Interface Materials: Kesong Yang ; University of California San Diego 3:00 PM Component-Customizable Porous Rare Earth-based Colloidal Spheres towards Highly Effective Catalysts and Bioimaging Applications: Chengchao Li ; Guangdong University of Technology 3:0 PM Weight Loss Mechanism of (La0.Sr0.)0.9MnO3±d during Thermal Cycles: Shadi Darvish ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University 3:40 PM Invited Ultra-High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy of the Relationship between Structural Defects and Local Electrical and Magnetic Properties in Metal Oxides: Rafal Dunin-Borkowski ; Hongchu Du ; Lei Jin ; Xiankui Wei ; András Kovács ; Forschungszentrum Jülich 4:0 PM Nanoscale Tailoring of Oxygen Vacancy Distribution by Mechanical-loaded Scanning Probe: Bo Wang ; Saikat Das ; Ye Cao 3 ; Sergei Kalinin 3 ; Tae Won Noh ; Long-Qing Chen ; The Pennsylvania State University; Seoul National University; 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory 66

67 Next Generation Biomaterials Next Generation Biomaterials I Program Organizers: Roger Narayan, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering; Jie Huang, University College London; Vipul Davé, Johnson & Johnson; Sanjiv Lalwani, Lynntech, Inc.; Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong; Mohan Edirisinghe, University College London Monday PM Room: 334 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Bikramjit Basu, Indian Institute of Science; Masahiro Yoshimura, National Cheng Kung University :00 PM Invited Development of Multifunctional Bioceramics and External Field Stimulated Cell Functionality Modulation: A New Paradigm: Bikramjit Basu ; B. Sunil Kumar ; Greeshma Thrivikraman ; Indian Institute of Science :0 PM Invited The New Biomaterials Frontier: Bubbles-Vesicles-Particles-Capsules- Fibres: Mohan Edirisinghe ; University College London :40 PM Invited Cancer Cell Targeting and Photothermal Therapy of Theranostics from Multifunctional Tissue Engineering Scaffolds: Lin Guo ; Min Wang ; The University of Hong Kong 3:00 PM Multicomponent and Multifunctional Tissue Engineering Scaffolds: Min Wang ; The University of Hong Kong 3:0 PM Invited Proposal of Next-generation Bio- materials via Growing Integration Layer [GIL] Strategy for Bio-active Ceramic Coating on Metallic Alloy: Masahiro Yoshimura ; National Cheng Kung University 3:40 PM Invited Permanent and Resorbable Patient-specific Implants Made by Additive Manufacturing: Johannes Homa ; Franz Weber ; Martin Schwentenwein ; Lithoz GmbH; University Hospital and University of Zurich 4:00 PM Invited 3D Printing of Microneedles: Roger Narayan ; UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals Perspectives for Emerging Materials Professionals, Session II Program Organizers: Dharma Maddala, Arconic Technology Center; Rachel Bethancourt, Cherry Aerospace, a SPS Technologies Company; Jesse Angle, Exponent, Failure Analysis Associates; K Shugart, UES, Inc Monday PM Room: 44 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Dharma Maddala, Arconic Technology Center; Rachel Bethancourt, Fitbit; Jesse Angle, Exponent, Failure Analysis Associates; K Shugart, UES, Inc :00 PM Invited Can You Spell Entrepreneur?: Larry Hanke ; Materials Evaluation and Engineering, Inc :0 PM From Gator to Investigator: How I Became a Failure Analyst and How You Can Too: Erik Mueller ; National Transportation Safety Board :40 PM Invited Leadership Development: A 5 Minute Crash Course: Robert Schwartz ; University of Missouri System 3:00 PM Invited From Undergraduate to Journal Editor: A Professional Development Story: William Fahrenholtz ; Missouri University of Science and Technology 3:0 PM Mentoring 0: Laura Jean Weidman ; Department of Defense 3:40 PM Networking: Who? What? Why?: K Shugart ; UES, Inc 4:00 PM Measuring Up My Career (So Far) at NIST: Adam Creuziger ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 4:0 PM The Value of Networking: Jaret Frafjord ; IMR Test Labs - Portland Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and Their Applications (PSDK-XII) Session II: Thermodynamics, Modeling and Databases Program Organizers: Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh; Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A & M University; Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University; Arthur Pelton, Ecole Polytechnique Monday PM Room: 43 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Greta Lindwall, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Nagraj Kulkarni, Knoxville TN MONDAY PM :00 PM A Regular Solution Model for a Single-phase High Entropy and Enthalpy Alloy: Shuanglin Chen ; J. Morral ; CompuTherm, LLC; Ohio State University 67

68 MONDAY PM :0 PM Thermodynamic Database for the Co-Al-W-Ni-Ti-Ta-Cr-based Superalloys: Peisheng Wang ; Wei Xiong ; Ursula Kattner 3 ; Carelyn Campbell 3 ; Eric Lass 3 ; Greg Olson 4 ; Northwestern University and NIST; University of Pittsburgh; 3 National Institute of Standards and Technology; 4 Northwestern University :40 PM Development of a Mg Diffusivity Database Using Diffusion Multiples and Liquid-Solid Diffusion Couples: Wei Zhong ; Ji-Cheng Zhao ; The Ohio State University 3:00 PM Effect of Convection on Phase Selection and Interface Stability in Directional Solidification of Peritectic Alloys: Peiman Shahbeigi Roodposhti ; Ryan Dibiase ; Harold Brody ; University of Connecticut 3:0 PM CALPHAD Assessment of the Carbon-Hafnium-Zirconium System: Theresa Davey ; Thomas Mellan ; Suzana Fries ; Michael Finnis ; Imperial College London 3:40 PM Re-assessment of the ZrO - Y O 3 (YSZ) System Thermodynamic Database: Mohammad Asadikiya ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University 4:00 PM Thermodynamics and Kinetics Studies of the Zr-O System from Firstprinciples Calculations: Brian Puchala ; Min-Hua Chen ; Anton Van der Ven ; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; University of California, Santa Barbara Processing and Performance of Materials Using Microwaves, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Ultrasound, Lasers, and Mechanical Work Rustum Roy Symposium Session II Program Organizers: Morsi Mahmoud, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) & City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA City); Dinesh Agrawal, Pennsylvania State University; Guido Link, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Motoyasu Sato, Chubu University; Rishi Raj, University of Colorado at Boulder Monday PM Room: 3 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Daudi Waryoba, Penn State University; Noboru Yoshikawa, Tohoku University :00 PM Invited Ultrafast Laser Processing of Ceramics and Glasses: S. Sundaram ; Alfred University :0 PM Invited Monika Willert-Porada Memorial Lecture: Microwave Processing from Fundamentals to Application: Thorsten Gerdes ; University of Bayreuth :40 PM Invited Characterization and Modeling of Epoxy Resin Reaction Kinetics by Use of In-situ Dielectric Measurements: Dhidik Prastiyanto ; Guido Link ; John Jelonnek ; Manfred Thumm ; State University of Semarang; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 3:00 PM Invited Microwave Joining Process of an Aluminosilicate Ceramic Material for Radioactive Waste Containers: Greg Kalfayan ; Dominique Goeuriot ; Sébastien Saunier ; Christophe Meunier ; Nathalie Texier-Mandoki 3 ; CNRS UMR 5307 Laboratoire Georges Friedel and Andra; CNRS UMR 5307 Laboratoire Georges Friedel; 3 Andra 3:0 PM Invited Microwave-augmented Crystallization and Decrystallization in Ceramic Processing -- A Phenomenology-Based Commentary: Boon Wong; 3:40 PM Effect of Density and Crystallization on the Hardness of Spark Plasma Sintered Fe based Bulk Amorphous Alloy: Tanaji Paul ; Sandip Harimkar ; Oklahoma State University 4:00 PM Understanding the Mechanism of Flash Sintering with In Situ EDXRD Experiments: Shikhar Jha ; Harry Charalambous ; Thomas Tsakalakos ; Rutgers University 4:0 PM Microwave Technology for Commercial Scale Processing of Ceramic Materials: Prasad Apte ; Harper International Rare Earth Metals, Compounds, and Alloys: Synthesis, Processing, Emerging Applications, Recent Advances, Future Challenges Emerging/ Novel REM/REE Applications II Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Eric Klier, U.S.Army Research Laboratory; Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC Monday PM Room: 35 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Eric Klier, Army Research Laboratories :00 PM Keynote Partial Substitution of Scandium with Rare-Earth Elements in Dilute Al- Sc-RE Alloys with Nanometric, Coherent Trialuminide Precipitates: David Dunand ; David Seidman ; Northwestern University :40 PM Invited The Aging Response of a Sc-free Al-0.045Er-0.0Hf-0.0Zr (at.%) Alloy: Richard Michi ; David Dunand ; David Seidman ; Northwestern University 3:0 PM Invited Supply Chain Requirements for New Ocean Resource: John Halkyard ; Nhon Vo ; Troy Tack 3 ; Jack Lifton 4 ; Ocean Minerals, LLC; NanoAL, LLC; 3 Tactical Alloys; 4 Technology Metals Research, LLC 3:40 PM Invited An Aluminum Alloy Containing Rare Earth Elements for Elevated Temperature Applications: Gregory Hildeman ; Performance Power Materials,Inc. 4:0 PM Invited Replacing Scandium by Heavy Rare-earth Metals in High-performance Aluminum Alloys: Nhon Vo ; Davaadorj Bayansan ; David Dunand ; David Seidman ; NanoAl LLC; Northwestern University 6

69 4:40 PM Invited New Aluminum Alloys Based on Common Rare Earth Additives: David Weiss ; Orlando Rios ; Eck Industries, Inc.; Oak Ridge National Laboratory Responsive Functional Nanomaterials Session II Program Organizers: Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology; Jiahua Zhu, The University of Akron; Wenxian Li, Shanghai University; Dawei Wang, University of New South Wales; Wenping Sun, University of Wollongong; Liangzhi Kou, Queensland University of Technology; Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University Monday PM Room: 30 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Liangzhi Kou, Queensland University of Technology; Ji Liang, Institute for Superconducting & Electronic Materials :00 PM Invited Domain Walls and Phase Boundaries - New Nanoscale Functional Elements in Complex Oxides: Jan Seidel ; UNSW Sydney :0 PM Invited Physical Stimuli-dependent Response in Oxide-based Nanoscale Electronic Memories: Taimur Ahmed ; Sumeet Walia ; Madhu Bhaskaran ; Sharath Sriram ; RMIT University :40 PM Invited Transparent Stretchable Oxide Electronics: Philipp Gutruf ; Sharath Sriram ; Madhu Bhaskaran ; RMIT University 3:00 PM Invited Paving Thermal Highway with Self-organized Nanocrystals in Transparent Polymer Composites: Liwen Mu ; Tuo Ji ; Nitin Mehra ; Jiahua Zhu ; The University of Akron 3:0 PM Invited Strain-effected Ultrafast Spin Dynamics on Endohedral Fullerenes: Chun Li ; Jing Liu ; Rui Huang ; Northwestern Polytechnical University 3:40 PM Invited Room Temperature Ferromagnetism of Fe and Ni co-doped ZnO Diluted Magnetic Semiconductor Prepared under High Magnetic Field: Ying Li ; Muhammad Tariq ; Wenxian Li ; Zhongrui Yu ; Yemin Hu ; Mingyuan Zhu ; Hongming Jin ; Kang Deng ; Shanghai University 4:00 PM Invited Crystal Facet Engineering Modification of the Nanomagnetism of Transition Metal Oxides: Wenxian Li ; Ziqi Sun ; Ying Li ; Yemin Hu ; Shanghai University; Queensland University of Technology 4:0 PM Invited How to Publish Articles Rapidly in Journal of Materials Science & Technology?: Dong Luo ; Institute of Metal Research, CAS Shaping & Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels II Shaping & Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels: Experiments Program Organizers: Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Tyson Brown, General Motors Corporation; Myoung-Gyu Lee, Korea University; Amy Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Kip Findley, Colorado School of Mines; Mark Stoudt, National Institute of Standards and Technology Monday PM Room: 404 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Kip Findley, Colorado School of Mines :00 PM Invited Deformation and Damage Micro-Mechanisms in Complex Strain-paths: A Novel Quasi-In-Situ Mapping Approach: Cem Tasan ; Emeric Plancher ; Niels Vonk ; Ke Qu ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology :40 PM Invited Texture Induced Systematic Bias Errors in Phase Fraction Measurements: Adam Creuziger ; Chris Calhoun ; Whitney Poling ; Thomas Gnaeupel-Herold ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 3:0 PM Complex Anisotropy of Advanced-high Strength Steels: Jun Hu ; Akshat Agha ; Fadi Abu-Farha ; AK Steel ; Clemson University 3:40 PM The Fracture Resistance of Dual-phase and Q&P Sheet Steels in Tension: Mykal Madrid ; Chester Van Tyne ; Kester Clarke ; Colorado School of Mines 4:00 PM Effects of Texture and Austenite Transformation on Mechanical Anisotropy during Uniaxial Tensile Deformation of TRIP-assisted Sheet Steels: Whitney Poling ; Adam Creuziger ; Thomas Gnaeupel-Herold ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 4:0 PM Key Factors Governing Stretch-flangeability of Sheet Metals: Jae Ik Yoon ; Jaimyun Jung ; Jung Gi Kim ; Seok Su Sohn ; Sunghak Lee ; Hyoung Seop Kim ; POSTECH MONDAY PM 69

70 MONDAY PM Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application Oxidation and Corrosion Program Organizers: Kang Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center; Yutaka Kagawa, University of Tokyo; Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center; Rodney Trice, Purdue University; Daniel Mumm, University of California, Irvine; Mitch Dorfman, Oerlikon Metco (US); Christian Moreau, Concordia University; Emmanuel Boakye, UES Inc. Monday PM Room: 333 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center; Rodney Trice, Purdue Univeristy :00 PM Invited Residual Stresses in a NiCrY Coating on a Powder Metal Disk Superalloy: Tim Gabb ; Rick Rogers ; James Nesbitt ; Robert Miller ; Susan Draper ; Jack Telesman ; NASA Glenn Research Center :40 PM Growth of Al O 3 Scales on Hf, Y, and Si-modified Ni-0Al-5Cr Bond Coat Alloys: Wei-Ting Chen ; Brian Gleeson ; Arthur Heuer ; Case Western Reserve University; University of Pittsburgh 3:00 PM Hot Corrosion and Oxidation Behavior of Optimized NiCoCrAl-based Coatings Deposited via Directed Vapor Deposition: Patrick Brennan ; Brian Gleeson ; University of Pittsburgh 3:0 PM Burner Rig Studies of Type II Hot Corrosion of Superalloys for Shipboard Turbine Applications: Kevin Meisner ; Valentina Angelici Avincola ; Elizabeth Opila ; University of Virginia 3:40 PM Observation of AlO3 Microstructure Changes during Isothermal Thermogravimetric Oxidation of Grain Refined NiAl: Rachel White ; Mark Weaver ; University of Alabama 4:00 PM The Effect of Oxygen Partial Pressure on Grain Boundary Transport Kinetics in Alumina: Yan Wang ; Helen Chan ; Jeffrey Rickman ; Martin Harmer ; Lehigh University 4:0 PM Evaluation of Protective Coatings for High-temperature Steam Oxidation in Coal-fired Power Plants: Eugene Medvedovski ; Tomasz Dudziak ; Konrad Jura 3 ; Endurance Technologies Inc.; Foundry Research Institute; 3 EDF Poland The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Novel Green Design of Ceramics II Program Organizers: Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota; Jun-ichi Tatami, Yokohama National University; Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST); Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Glenn Research Center; Marsha Bischel, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., PA; Makio Naito, Osaka University, Japan; Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Yiquan Wu, Alfred University, NY Monday PM Room: 37 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Yiquan Wu, Alfred University; Amit Pandey, LG Fuel Cell Systems Inc. :00 PM Invited Flash Sintering of Multiphase Ceramics: Martha Mecartney ; University of California, Irvine :40 PM Corrosion and Mechanical Properties of Y SiO 5 Environmental Barrier Coatings: Byung-Koog Jang ; Nobuo Nagashima ; Shunkichi Ueno ; Hyung- Tae Kim 3 ; National Institute for Materials Science; Nihon University; 3 Korea Institute of Ceramic Engineering and Technology 3:00 PM Optimization of the Test Condition for 3-pt and 4-pt Flexural Tests Using Thin Ceramic Plate: Hiroyuki Miyazaki ; Hideki Hyuga ; Kiyoshi Hirao ; Tatsuki Ohji ; National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology 3:0 PM Syntheses of Calcium Lanthanum Sulfide with and without a Sulfurization Process: Yiyu Li ; Yiquan Wu ; Alfred University Theory, Manufacturing and Applications of Ceramic/ Metal (CerMet) Nano-laminates Ceramic/Metal (CerMet) Nano-laminates II Program Organizers: Iman Salehinia, Northern Illinois University; Jian Wang, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Ioannis Mastorakos, Clarkson University; Siddhartha Pathak, University of Nevada, Reno; Bilal Mansoor, Texas A&M University at Qatar; Georges Ayoub, American University of Beirut; Shuai Shao, Louisiana State University Monday PM Room: 39 October 9, 07 Session Chairs: Iman Salehinia, Northern Illinois University; Georges Ayoub, University of Michigan Dearborn ; Bilal Mansoor, Texas A&M University at Qatar :00 PM Invited Insights from Variable Temperature and Ultra-High Strain Rate Testing of Model Nanolaminate and Nanocomposite Films Realized by Alternating Atomic Layer Deposition, Sputtering and Inert Gas Condensation of Nanoparticles: Johann Michler ; EMPA Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology 70

71 :30 PM Understanding Mechanical Integrity of Metal/Ceramic Interfaces through In-situ Microscale Mechanical Testing and Multiscale Modeling and Simulations: Shuai Shao ; Xiaoman Zhang ; Bin Zhang ; Yang Mu ; Collin Wick ; Ramu Ramachandran ; Wenjin Meng ; Louisiana State University; Louisiana Tech University :50 PM Invited Mechanical and Physical Characterization of Ti/TiN Nano-laminate Structures: David Field ; Tarang Mungole ; Washington State University 3:0 PM Two Approaches for Novel Nuclear Reactor Fuel Cladding with Silicon Nitride and Nanoporous Tungsten Layers on Zircaloy-4: Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Behavior: Ryan Gautier ; Thuong Bui ; Kevin Addamo ; Kristian Hernandez ; Erika Coke ; Tanil Ozkan ; Bilal Mansoor ; Texas A&M University; Texas A&M University at Qatar 3:40 PM Invited Synthesis and Characterization of Metallic Nanoparticles in a Ceramic Matrix: Weilin Jiang ; Michele Conroy ; Ram Devanathan ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 4:0 PM Multiaxial Tension/Compression Asymmetry of Ti/TiN Nano Laminates: MD Investigation: Wei Yang ; Georges Ayoub ; Iman Salehinia 3 ; Bilal Mansoor ; Hussein Zbib 4 ; Texas A&M University in Qatar; University of Michigan Dearborn ; 3 Northern Illinois University; 4 Washington State University 4:30 PM Geometric Relation of Equilibrium Phase in Multi-Component System Phase Diagram: Chengjun Liu ; Jiyu Qiu ; Lifeng Sun ; Maofa Jiang ; Qing Zhao ; Northeastern University China Ultra High Performance Metals, Metal Alloys, Intermetallics, and Metal Matrix Composites for Aerospace, Defense, and Automotive Applications Bulk Metallic Glass / High Entropy Alloys Program Organizers: Ali Yousefiani, Boeing Research and Technology; Troy Topping, California State University, Sacramento; Robert Dillon, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Monday PM Room: 307 October 9, 07 Session Chair: Robert Dillon, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory :00 PM Invited Developments in Ultra-low Temperature Mechanisms Enabled by Bulk Metallic Glass Alloys: Robert Dillon ; John Paul Borgonia ; Scott Roberts ; Douglas Hofmann ; Andrew Kennett ; Stephen Hales ; J. Smith 3 ; Jason Schuler 3 ; Bryan McEnerney ; Andrew Shapiro ; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; NASA Langley Research Center; 3 NASA Kennedy Space Center :40 PM Invited Thermal Cycling of Bulk Metallic Glass Gears for Enhanced Performance: Scott Roberts ; Douglas Hofmann ; Peter Dillon ; JPL/NASA 3:0 PM Effect of Interstitial Atoms on the Magnetic and Mechanical Properties of Equiatomic FeCoNiCrMn High-entropy Alloys: Suok-Min Na ; Alison Flatau ; Nicholas Jones ; University of Maryland; Naval Surface Warfare Center 3:40 PM Microstructure, Phase Equilibria and Properties of Chromium Containing Refractory-based Concentrated Complex Alloys: Francisco Coury ; Kevin Chaput ; Todd Butler ; Christopher Woodward ; Paul Mason 3 ; John Foltz 4 ; Connor Rietema ; Amy Clarke ; Michael Kaufman ; Colorado School of Mines; Air Force Research Laboratory; 3 Thermo-Calc Software Inc; 4 ATI Metals 4:00 PM Effects of Elemental Interaction on Microstructure and Mechanical Property of Multicomponent TiZrHiNiCuM (M=Co, Fe) High Entropy Alloy System: Hae Jin Park ; Young Seok Kim ; Ki Buem Kim ; Sejong University 4:0 PM Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of AlCoCrNi High Entropy Alloy: Elyorjon Jumaev ; Ki Buem Kim ; Sejong University MS&T7 Plenary Lecture Tuesday AM October 0, 07 :00 AM Introductory Comments Room: Spirit of Pittsburgh Ballroom :0 AM Plenary AIST Adolf Martens Memorial Steel Lecture: Mechanical Twinning in Formable Advanced Ultra-high Strength Steel: Bruno De Cooman ; NLMK Group :50 AM Award Presentation :55 AM Introductory Comments 9:00 AM Plenary TMS/ASM Joint Distinguished Lectureship in Materials and Society Award: What Do We Need and How Will We Get It?: Alexander King ; U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Energy Innovation Hub at Ames Laboratory 9:40 AM Award Presentation 9:45 AM Introductory Comments 9:50 AM Plenary ACerS Edward Orton Jr. Memorial Lecture: What s New in Nuclear Reactors?: Steven Zinkle ; UTK/ORNL Governor s Chair, Department of Nuclear Engineering and Department of Materials Science and Engineering; University of Tennessee, Knoxville 0:30 AM Award Presentation ACerS Frontiers of Science and Society - Rustum Roy Lecture Tuesday PM Room: 35 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne :00 PM Invited Global Energy Challenges and Development of Thermoelectric Materials and Systems in China: Qingjie Zhang ; Wuhan University of Technology 7 TUESDAY AM / PM

72 TUESDAY PM 7 Additive Manufacturing of Composites and Complex Materials II Metals and Metallic Composites Program Organizers: Dirk Lehmhus, ISIS Sensorial Materials Scientific Centre; Jonathan Spowart, Air Force Research Laboratory; Nikhil Gupta, New York University Tuesday PM Room: 304 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Adam Hehr, Fabrisonic LLC; Florian Hengsbach, Paderborn University :00 PM Development of High-performance 36L Stainless Steel Nanocomposites by Selective Laser Melting: Processing-microstructure-property Relation: Bandar AlMangour ; Dariusz Grzesiak ; Jenn-Ming Yang 3 ; Harvard University; West Pomeranian University of Technology; 3 University of California, Los Angeles :0 PM Functionally Grading Aluminum Alloy to Titanium Aluminide (TiAl 3 ) by Laser Based Directed Energy Deposition: Jay Keist ; Jessica Pehr ; Abdalla Nassar ; Wesley Mitchell ; Todd Palmer ; Ted Reutzel ; Applied Research Laboratory at Penn State; Sandia National Laboratories :40 PM Invited Laser Additive Manufacturing of In Situ Metal Matrix Composites: Tushar Borkar ; Rajarshi Banerjee ; Cleveland State University; University of North Texas 3:00 PM Microstructural Origins of Spatially Tailored Functional Response in NiTi SMAs: Ji Ma ; Brian Franco ; Kubra Karayagiz ; Luke Johnson ; Jun Liu ; Gustavo Tapia ; Alaa Elwany ; Raymundo Arroyave ; Ibrahim Karaman ; Texas A&M University 3:0 PM Phase Field Simulation of Dendritic Solidification during Additive Manufacturing: Linmin Wu ; Yi Zhang ; Jing Zhang ; Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis 3:40 PM Invited Selective Laser Melting of Tungsten Heavy Alloys: Aljaz Ivekovic ; Kim Vanmeensel ; Jef Vleugels ; Jean-Pierre Kruth ; KU Leuven Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Porosity and Microstructural Effects Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Tuesday PM Room: 30 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University :00 PM Invited Effect of Processing Variables on Porosity Formation in Laser Power-bed Additive Manufacturing of Ti-6Al-4V: Sneha Narra ; Ross Cunningham ; Colt Montgomery ; Anthony Rollett ; Jack Beuth ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 PM Porosity Analysis via 3D Serial Sectioning for Additively Manufactured Alloy Samples: Veeraraghavan Sundar ; Satya Ganti ; Bryan Turner ; UES Inc. 3:00 PM Porosity Analysis of AM Powder Based on Machine Learning Approach and In-situ Annealing Technique for Observation of Property Evolution of AM Material: He Liu ; Rachel Lim ; Christopher Kantzos Kantzos ; A. D. Rollett ; R. M. Suter ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:0 PM Characterization of 36L Lattice Structures Fabricated via Electron Beam Melting: Stefan Roos ; Lars-Erik Rännar ; Andrey Koptyug ; Jonas Danvind ; Mid Sweden University 3:40 PM Microstructure Gradient Development in A356 AM Parts: Melissa Trask ; Shih Chou ; Mathieu Brochu ; McGill University 4:00 PM Additive Manufacturing of 36L Stainless Steel Using Electron Beam Melting Technology: Rutuja Samant ; EWI 4:0 PM The Influence of Post-build Microstructure on the Corrosion of Additivelymanufactured 7-4 Stainless Steel: Mark Stoudt ; Eric Lass ; Maureen Williams ; Richard Ricker ; Carelyn Campbell ; Lyle Levine ; National Institute of Standards and Technology Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Properties of AM Manufactured Alloys Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Tuesday PM Room: 30 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Tim Horn, North Carolina State University :00 PM Origins of Anisotropic Mechanical Behavior in Additively Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V by Directed Energy Deposition: Jay Keist ; Daudi Waryoba ; Todd Palmer ; Applied Research Laboratory at Penn State; Penn State DuBois :0 PM Mechanical and Corrosion Properties of CoCrFeNiTi-based High-entropy Alloy Additive Manufactured Using Selective Laser Beam Melting: Tadashi Fujieda ; Hiroshi Shiratori ; Kosuke Kuwabara ; Kenta Yamanaka ; Yuichiro Koizumi ; Akihiko Chiba ; Seiichi Watanabe 3 ; Hitachi, Ltd.; Tohoku University; 3 Hokkaido University :40 PM Thermal Ratcheting and Its Effects on Microstructure and Anisotropic Material Properties in Metal Melting Laser Powder Bed Fusion Based Additive Manufacturing: Deepankar Pal ; Javed Akram ; Pradeep Chalavadi ; Abdul Khan ; Brent Stucker ; 3DSIM 3:00 PM Impact of Composition on the Properties of Additively Manufactured Inconel 65 Using Directed Energy Deposition: Zakariya Khayat ; James Zuback ; Todd Palmer ; Applied Research Lab Penn State University

73 3:0 PM Characterization of Deformation-induced Phase Transformation and Mechanical Properties of Additively Manufactured Stainless Steel: Zhuqing Wang ; Allison Beese ; Pennsylvania State University 3:40 PM Microstructures of Low-C and Medium-C Steel Hybrid Layers Additively Deposited on Cast Iron Using Directed Energy Deposition (DED) Technique: Seul Bi Lee ; Yoon Suk Choi ; Jae Hyun Yu ; Sang-Hu Park ; Do-Sik Shim ; Dae-Geun Nam 3 ; Pusan National University; Korea Maritime and Ocean University; 3 Korea Institute of Industrial Technology 4:00 PM Additive Manufacturing of CoFe-based Magnetostrictive Materials Using the LENS System: Nicholas Jones ; Jin-Hyeong Yoo ; Tomoko Sano ; Ryan Ott 3 ; Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division; Army Research Laboratory; 3 Ames Laboratory 4:0 PM Fabrication of Fe-based Bulk Metallic Glass via Direct Metal Laser Sintering: Zaynab Mahbooba ; Lena Thorsson ; Mattias Unosson ; Timothy Horn ; Ola Harrysson ; North Carolina State University; Sindre Metals Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Post Processing Thermal Processes II Program Organizers: Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Tuesday PM Room: 303 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Anthony Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University :00 PM Reducing the Uncertainty in Mechanical Properties of Electron Beam Melted Ti-6Al-4V via Hot Isostatic Pressing: Peeyush Nandwana ; Sean Yoder ; Ryan Dehoff ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :40 PM Effect of Heat Treatment on Type 36L SS Microstructure and Tensile Properties: Paul Korinko ; Ken Imrich ; Dean Thompson ; Alexander Hollingshad ; Timothy Krents ; Dale Hitchcock ; Savannah River National Laboratory 3:00 PM Effect of Hot Isostatic Pressing on Hastelloy X Produced by Selective Laser Melting: Maria Montero-Sistiaga ; Kopila Gurung ; Miguel Godino-Martinez ; Steve Nardone ; Jan Van Humbeeck ; Kim Vanmeensel ; KU Leuven University; Engie Lab - Laborelec 3:0 PM Understanding the Diffusion of Argon through Laser Powder Bed Fused Titanium during Hot Isostatic Pressing for Effective Pore Closure: Shuai Shao ; Scott Thompson ; Nima Shamsaei ; Louisiana State University; Auburn University 3:40 PM Effect of Different Post-treatments on Properties of EBM-built Alloy 7 Processed Under Varying Conditions: Sneha Goel ; Magnus Ahlfors ; Per Nylén ; Shrikant Joshi ; University West; Quintus Technologies AB 4:0 PM Effect of Post-built Heat Treatment on Microstructure-creep Relationship of Nickel Base Superalloy Fabricated by Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing: Hyeyun Song ; Wei Zhang ; Tom McGaughy ; Alber Sadek ; The Ohio State University; EWI 4:40 PM High Temperature Deformation and Oxidation Behavior of Inconel 7 Alloy Manufactured with Selective Laser Melting: Yeon-ji Kang ; Yong-jin Kim ; Ji-hun Yu ; Kee-Ahn Lee ; Inha University; Korea Institute of Materials Science Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection I Program Organizers: Evelina Vogli, LiquidMetal Group Holdings, Inc.; Fei Tang, DNV GL; Emad Omrani, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Afsaneh Dorri Moghadam, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee; Pradeep Menezes, University of Nevada Reno; Pradeep Rohatgi, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tuesday PM Room: 33 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Emad Omrani, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Afsaneh Moghadam, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee :00 PM Linear, Hydrophobic, Antioxidant Copolymers for Enhanced Performance of Anticorrosion Coatings: Hanna Hlushko ; Yenny Cubides ; Raman Hlushko ; Homero Castaneda-Lopez ; Svetlana Sukhishvili ; Texas A&M University :0 PM Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Inhibiting Primers to Resist Cosmetic Corrosion: Arif Mubarok ; Beth Furar ; Mike Mayo ; PPG Industries :40 PM Effect of Tetraethoxysilane(TEOS) Oligomer on the Cathodic Disbondment of Epoxy-polyamine Coating: Haoran Wang ; Qixin Zhou ; The University of Akron 3:00 PM Electroplating of Aluminum from Aqueous Solutions: John Watkins ; Xu Zhou ; Dave Luebke ; Hunaid Nulwala ; LumiShield Technologies 3:0 PM Electrodeposited Ni-W and Ni-P Coatings with and without TiO Nanoparticles: Devesh Dadhich Shreeram ; Sai Krishna Enbothula ; Shengxi Li ; Hongbo Cong ; Gary Doll ; University of Akron 3:40 PM Influence of W Content on the Mechanical Wear and Corrosion Behaviour of Ped Ni-W Alloy Coatings: Sundararajan Govindan ; Mvn Vamsi ; Nitin Wasekar 3 ; Indian Institute of Technology Madras; McGill University; 3 ARCI 4:00 PM Evaluate the Effect of Electroless Ni P Coating Thickness on the Corrosion Resistance of Ck45 Steel Substrate: Amin Rabiei Baboukani ; Ahmad Saatchi ; Shadi Darvish 3 ; Mohammad Asadikiya 3 ; Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Florida International University; Materials Science & Engineering, University of Wisconsin Madison; 3 Florida International University TUESDAY PM 73

74 TUESDAY PM Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Session III Program Organizers: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Charles Enloe, General Motors; Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc Tuesday PM Room: 406 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Justin Raines, SSAB Americas :00 PM A Medium-carbon, Bainitic, Air-hardening Steel for Heat Treat Reduction: Matthew Kiser ; Tianjun Liu ; Mohammed Maniruzzaman ; Robert Pickerill ; Caterpillar Inc :0 PM Alloy Design and Heat Treatment of High Strength Forged Steel for Large Crankshaft: Chul Bong Park ; Hyunjoon Park ; Jong-Hyun Hwang ; YoungCheol Yoon ; Hyundai Heavy Industry :40 PM Effect of Intercritical Deformation on Final Microstructure in Low Carbon Grades: Unai Mayo ; Nerea Isasti ; Jose Rodriguez-Ibabe ; Pello Uranga ; CEIT and Tecnun (University of Navarra) 3:00 PM New Generation Structural Steel Metallurgy: Steven Jansto ; CBMM-North America, Inc. 3:0 PM Nucleation of Graphite Particles Formed in Medium Carbon Steel after Graphitising Anneal: Aqil Inam ; David Edmonds ; Rik Brydson ; University of the Punjab; University of Leeds 3:40 PM The Effect of Vanadium and Other Microalloying Elements on the Microstructure of Bainitic HSLA Steels: Julian Benz ; Steven Thompson ; Colorado School of Mines 4:00 PM The Effects of Ausaging Heat Treatment on Mechanical Properties of a Medium Carbon Secondary Hardening Steel: Ziheng Wu ; Yu Lin ; Justin Kim ; Warren Garrison ; Carnegie Mellon University Advancements in In-situ Electron Microscopy Characterization II Novel Instrumental Designs Program Organizers: Yue Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Nan Li, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Khalid Hattar, Sandia National Laboratories; T. John Balk, University of Kentucky; Josh Kacher, Georgia Tech Tuesday PM Room: 4 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: John Balk, University of Kentucky; Josh Kacher, Geogia Tech :00 PM Invited Insights into Strain-induced Local Chemical Ordering and Structural Polarization from Scanning Electron Nanodiffraction: Jim Ciston ; Rachel Traylor ; Thomas Pekin ; Yifei Meng ; Roberto dos Reis ; Colin Ophus ; Andrew Minor ; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; University of California, Berkeley :30 PM Invited Investigating Local Corrosion Processes in Real and Diffraction Space by In Situ TEM Liquid Cell Experiments: Jordan Key ; Shixian Zhu ; Christopher Rouleau ; Raymond Unocic ; Yao Xie ; Josh Kacher ; Georgia Tech; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 3:00 PM Scale Effects Examined by In Situ Tribology: Douglas Stauffer ; Eric Hintsala ; SA Syed Asif ; Bruker Nano Surfaces 3:0 PM Defect Image Simulations: Progress towards Incorporating Atomistics and Dislocation Dynamics for SEM and TEM: Marc De Graef ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:40 PM The Nanolab: Current and Emerging Techniques for Advanced Analytical Microscopy in Modern Materials Science: Andrew Holwell ; Carl Zeiss Microscopy 4:00 PM In-situ Meso-scale Mechanical Testing in the SEM: Charles Spellman ; Alex Arzoumanidis ; Psylotech 4:0 PM A New Structure Optimizer Using Genetic Algorithms for a Wide Range of Material Types: Jason Maldonis ; Zhongnan Xu ; Zhewen Song ; Dane Morgan ; Paul Voyles ; University of Madison, Wisconsin 74

75 Alumina at the Forefront of Technology II Sapphire, Nano and High Purity Alumina Program Organizers: William Walker, Federal-Mogul Corporation; Marina Pascucci, CeraNova Corporation; Charles Compson, Almatis; William Carty, Alfred University Tuesday PM Room: 36 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Marina Pascucci, CeraNova Corporation :00 PM High Purity Alumina for Hierarchical Porous Ceramics: Justin Otto ; Lionel Bonneau ; Philippe Auroy ; Baikowski International :0 PM Modified Hydrothermal Synthesis of a-alumina Nanoparticles below the Thermodynamic Size Limit: John Drazin ; James Wollmershauser ; Edward Gorzkowski ; ASEE Postdoc at US Naval Research Laboratory; NRL :40 PM Reducing the Size of Alpha-alumina Nanocrystals below the Thermodynamic Size Limit and Related Sintering Phenomena: James Wollmershauser ; Boris Feigelson ; John Drazin ; Dana Kazerooni 3 ; Edward Gorzkowski ; Naval Research Laboratory; ASEE at U.S. Naval Research Laboratory; 3 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 3:00 PM Synthesis of Continuous Zirconia Modified Alumina Fibers: Jingyu Li ; Tong Zhao ; Zihai Yang ; Yuanchao Li ; Tunable Materials 3:0 PM CVD Alumina-based Nanocomposite Coatings: Zhenyu Liu ; Chen Chen ; Peter Leicht ; Rodrigo Cooper ; Dev Banerjee ; Kennametal Inc ASM Edward DeMille Campbell Memorial Lecture Tuesday PM Room: 407 October 0, 07 :45 PM Invited Magnetic Transformations and Phase Diagrams: David Laughlin ; Carnegie Mellon University, Boron, Boron Coatings, Boron Compounds and Boron Nanomaterials: Structure, Properties, Processing, and Applications Theory of Bulk Systems Program Organizers: Jens Kunstmann, TU Dresden; Roumiana Petrova, New Jersey Institute of Tech; Scott Beckman, Washington State University Tuesday PM Room: 330 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Nevill Gonzalez Szwacki, University of Warsaw :00 PM Invited Boron Carbide at High Temperature: Michael Widom ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 PM Invited Using First-principles Calculations with Materials Informatics Methods to Understand the Structure Property Relationships in the XYB 4 Crystal Family: Irmak Sargin ; Bo Xu ; Scott Beckman ; Washington State University 3:0 PM Question and Answer Period 3:40 PM Structure, Nonstoichiometry, and Geometrical Frustration of Alphatetragonal Boron: Jens Kunstmann ; Naoki Uemura ; Hagen Eckert ; Koun Shirai ; TU Dresden; Osaka University Ceramic-based Optical Materials and Advanced Processing Session I Program Organizers: Yiquan Wu, Alfred University; Jas Sanghera, Naval Research Laboratory; Michael Squillante, RMD, Inc; Akio Ikesue, World-Lab. Co., Ltd Tuesday PM Room: 3 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Yiquan Wu, Alfred University :00 PM Invited New Trend of Optical Ceramic: Akio Ikesue ; World-Lab. Co., Ltd :0 PM Invited Effect of Minor Impurities on the Fabrication of Transparent Ceramics: Koji Morita ; Byung-Nam Kim ; Hidehiro Yoshida ; Keijiro Hiraga ; Yoshio Sakka ; National Institute for Materials Science :40 PM Invited IR Optical Materials: Woohong (Rick) Kim ; Colin Baker ; Guillermo Villalobos ; Jesse Frantz ; Brandon Shaw ; Bryan Sadowski ; Shyam Bayya ; Jason Myers ; Darryl Boyd ; Lynda Busse ; Ishwar Aggarwal ; Jasbinder Sanghera ; Vihn Nguyen ; Naval Research Laboratory 3:00 PM Invited Spark Plasma Sintering of Transparent YAG Ceramics: Takashi Goto ; Ying Li ; Hirokazu Katsui ; Tohoku University 3:0 PM Observations in Fracture Toughness Testing of Glasses and Optical Ceramics: Jonathan Salem ; NASA TUESDAY PM 75

76 TUESDAY PM 3:40 PM Correlation between Cr3+ Luminescence and Oxygen Vacancy Disorder in SrTiO3 under MeV Ion Irradiation: Miguel Crespillo Almenara ; J. Graham ; Fernando Agulló-López 3 ; Yanwen Zhang 4 ; William Weber ; The University of Tennessee; Missouri University of Science and Technology; 3 Centro de Microanálisis de Materiales; 4 Oak Ridge National Laboratory 4:00 PM Current Progress on Solid-state Single Crystal Growth in Sr5(PO4)3F: Yin Liu ; Yiquan Wu ; Alfred University 4:0 PM Effect of Dopants on the Microstructure Evolution and Sintering Kinetics of PMN-PT Ceramics: Xuan Chen ; Shi Chen ; Romain Gaume ; University of Central Florida Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials-I Program Organizers: Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University; Kathy Lu, Virginia Tech; Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne; Edward Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory; Haitao Zhang, UNC Charlotte; Kejie Zhao, Purdue University; Hidehiro Kamiya, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Tuesday PM Room: 3 October 0, 07 Funding support provided by: MilliporeSigma Session Chairs: Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University; Kathy Lu, Virginia Tech :40 PM Carbon Nanotube Aerogels: Tailoring Mechanical Responses via Junction Modification: Michelle Tsui ; Kyu Kim ; Mohammad Islam ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:00 PM Invited Designing Functional Organic Nanomaterials for Advanced Energy Technologies: Guihua Yu ; The University of Texas at Austin 3:40 PM Electrospun Fabrication of Nanocomposite PVC/TiO Fiber for Air Filtration: Zhuoying Jiang ; Anna Cristina Samia ; Xiong (Bill) Yu ; Case Western Reserve University 4:00 PM Incommensurate Van der Waals Epitaxy of Low-dimensional Halide Perovskite: Yiping Wang ; Jian Shi ; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 4:0 PM Flame Synthesis of Carbon and Metal Oxides Nanomaterials for Energy Storage, Conversion and Harvesting: Randy Vander Wal ; Penn State University :00 PM Invited Ultrathin Nanosheets of Functional Oxide Materials: Xudong Wang ; University of Wisconsin - Madison 76

77 Data and Tools for Materials Discovery and Design Uncertainty in Materials Design and Development Program Organizers: Zi-Kui Liu, The Pennsylvania State University; David McDowell, Georgia Institute of Technology; Carelyn Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Laura Bartolo, Northwestern University; Bryce Meredig, Citrine Informatics; Mark Tschopp, Army Research Laboratory; Dane Morgan, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Afina Lupulescu, ASM International Tuesday PM Room: 33 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Marius Stan, ANL; Richard Otis, JPL :00 PM Keynote Optimal Experimental Design Using Uncertainties: Turab Lookman ; Los Alamos National Laboratory :40 PM Invited A Data-driven Stochastic Multiscale Analysis Framework for Design of Microstructural Material Systems: Wei Chen ; Ramin Bostanabad ; Northwestern University 3:00 PM Invited Thermodynamic Modeling with Uncertainty Quantification and Its Implications for Additive Manufacturing: Richard Otis ; Zi-Kui Liu ; Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Pennsylvania State University 3:0 PM Invited Design Optimization of Fractal Metamaterials with Distributed Gaussian Process: Anh Tran ; Yan Wang ; Georgia Institute of Technology 3:40 PM Invited Quality of Material Property Models: Marius Stan ; Argonne National Laboratory 4:00 PM Invited Microstructural Variability Constrained Uncertainty Propagation in the Hierarchical Multiscale Modeling of Cartridge Brass: Aaron Tallman ; Joseph Bishop ; Laura Swiler ; Yan Wang ; David McDowell ; Georgia Institute of Technology; Sandia National Laboratories 4:0 PM Comparison of Single-sensor Differential Thermal Analysis (SSDTA) and Dilatometry in CCT Development in Grade Steel: Jeffrey Stewart ; Boian Alexandrov ; The Ohio State University Design, Processing, and Development of Structural Materials Mesoscale Microstructure: Simulations and Experiments Program Organizers: Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Mitra Taheri, Drexel University Tuesday PM Room: 3 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Jeffrey Lloyd, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Jonathan Ligda, U.S. Army Research Laboratory :00 PM Invited Using Mesoscale Simulation to Help Design and Interpret Experimental Investigations of Material Behavior: Michael Tonks ; Mitra Taheri ; Melissa Teague 3 ; Pennsylvania State University; Drexel University; 3 Sandia National Laboratory :40 PM Two- and Three-dimensional Analysis of Pore Evolution Kinetics during Final Stage Sintering Using a Diffusion-controlled Monte Carlo Potts Model: Hyesoo Chung ; Gaeun Son ; Minji Kim ; Sukbin Lee ; Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology 3:00 PM In-situ SEM Serial Sectioning by Femtosecond Laser Machining: Jonathan Ligda ; Philip Goins ; Tomoko Sano ; Brian Schuster ; Army Research Laboratory 3:0 PM Dislocation-based Model for Twin Propagation within and across Grain Boundaries: Jeffrey Lloyd ; US Army Research Laboratory 3:40 PM The Micromechanical Response of the Two-phase System Using a Fast Fourier Transform Based Viscoplasticity: Youngkyun Son ; Sihwa Sung ; Myeongjin Lee ; Sukbin Lee ; Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) 4:00 PM Austenite Grain Coarsening Behavior in V-Ti Microalloyed Steels during Reheating Process: Tihe Zhou ; Hatem Zurob ; Mike Fox 3 ; Stelco Inc.; McMaster University; 3 Gerdau Long Steel North America 4:0 PM Dynamic Recrystallization Behavior of a 0.04 pct Nb-microalloyed Steel during Austenite Hot Compression: Mei Zhang ; Shanghai University TUESDAY PM 77

78 TUESDAY PM Diversity in STEM and Best Practices to Improve It Program Organizers: Kinga Unocic, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Megan Cordill, Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science; Amy Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Somayeh Pasebani, Oregon State University Tuesday PM Room: 403 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Kinga Unocic, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Amy Clark, Colorado School of Mines; Megan Cordill, Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science; Somayeh Pasebani, Oregon State University :00 PM Invited Building Research Leaders: A Pathway to Equity: Mary Juhas ; Nicole Nieto ; The Ohio State University :0 PM Invited Sustainability of Best Practices for STEM Education and Research: Viola Acoff ; The University of Alabama :40 PM Invited Diversity and Mentoring in the Academy: Ernest Brothers ; University of Tennessee, Knoxville 3:00 PM Invited Diversity and Inclusion: One Perspective from a National Laboratory: Ellen Cerreta ; Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:0 PM Invited Diversity in STEM: Measures, Means and a Path Forward: Jonathan Madison ; Sandia National Laboratories 3:40 PM Invited Leadership Training and Group Mentoring in the E-LEAD project at Alfred University: Doreen Edwards ; Emilie Carney ; Steven Tidrow ; Rochester Institute of Technology; Alfred University 4:00 PM Invited To be Announced: Mitra Taheri ; Drexel University Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors Emerging Multifunctional Materials for Bio, EO, RF and Radiation Sensors III Program Organizers: Narsingh Singh, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Dimitra Stratis-Cullum, Army Research Laboratory; Ravindra Nuggehalli, NJIT Tuesday PM Room: 33 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Walter Duval, NASA Glenn Research Center; Kamdeo Mandal, IIT, Banaras Hindu University; Francesca Deganello, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche(CNR) :00 PM Invited Tungsten/Molybdenum Thin Films as Electrodes for High Temperature SAW Sensors: Gayatri Rane ; Wenjing Ren ; Marietta Seifert ; Siegfried Menzel ; Thomas Gemming ; Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research (IFW) :0 PM Invited Solidification and Morphological Evolution of Al-Si Eutectics in Convectodiffusive Conditions: Narsingh Singh ; Ching Hua Su ; Walter Duval ; Fow- Sen Choa ; Bradley Arnold ; Narayan Singh ; Kamdeo Mandal ; University of Maryland, Baltimore County :40 PM Manipulation of the Electrical and Structural Transitions in the VO Thin Films through Strain Engineering: Adele Moatti ; Jagdish Narayan ; John Prater ; Ritesh Sachan ; NCSU 3:00 PM Morphological Breakdown in a Wide Bandgap Dielectric Material: Jayati Bhavsar ; Christopher Cooper ; Stacey Sova ; Bradley Arnold ; Fow-Sen Choa ; Narayan Singh ; Kamdeo Mandal ; Lisa Kelly ; Narsingh Singh ; University of Maryland, Baltimore County 3:0 PM p-si Based Microbolometer - Optical Properties: Asahel Banobre ; Sita Rajyalaxmi Marthi ; Nuggehalli Ravindra ; New Jersey Institute of Technology 3:40 PM Invited Synthesis And Optical Studies on Binary Organic Materials of Citric Acid with o-phenylediamine and 4-Methyl-o-phenylediamine: Ramanand Rai ; Banaras Hindu University 4:00 PM Invited Growth of Organic Crystals: Solidification Behavior of Anisotropic Dendritic Materials: Uma Rai ; Om Singh ; Kamdeo Mandal ; Narsingh Singh ; University of Maryland, Baltimore County Failure Analysis and Prevention Composites & Non- Metallics Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Tuesday PM Room: 407 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Ronald Parrington, ESI; Tim Jur, Engineering Design & Testing Corporation; Thomas Kozina, NTN Bearing Co.; Dennis McGarry, SEA Limited :00 PM Nylon Distributor Gear Failures in Two Magnetos from the Same Engine: Matthew Fox ; National Transportation Safety Board :0 PM Examination of a Helicopter Tail Rotor Blade with a Translaminar Crack in the Composite Skin: Aaron Slager ; Bell Helicopter :40 PM Fractography of HDPE Fusion Joints with Incomplete Fusion in Natural Gas Distribution Pipe: Michael Budinski ; Frank Zakar ; National Transportation Safety Board 3:00 PM ESC Failure of Amorphous Polymer Materials: Chris Lyons ; Farzana Ansari ; Suresh Donthu ; Steven MacLean ; Exponent 7

79 3:0 PM Investigative Failure Analysis of Rope: Tanzim Nasir ; Erhan Ulvan ; Acuren Group Inc. 3:40 PM Tire Analysis Tools and Techniques: William Carden ; Amy Meyers-Wells ; McSwain Engineering, Inc. 4:00 PM A Case of Waterproofing Failure: Andrew Havics ; ph, LLC 4:0 PM Failure Analysis of Sapphire Solar Concentrators: Jonathan Salem ; George Quinn ; NASA; NIST Failure Analysis and Prevention Petrochemical & Piping Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Tuesday PM Room: 40 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Thomas Traubert, EDT Engineering; Erhan Ulvan, Acuren Group Inc.; Francisco Rumiche, Pontiificia Universidad Catolica Del Peru; Courtney Pape, DNV GL; Greg Morris, Kiefner & Associates :00 PM Root Cause Failure Analysis of Low Carbon Steel (P0): Muhammad Hassan ; Danish Hussain ; Dawood University of Engineering & Technology,Karachi :0 PM Failure Analysis of Reformer Inlet Manifold: Abdulmohsen Al-Sahli ; Gys Van Zyl ; Abdulaziz Al-Meshari ; SABIC :40 PM Failure Investigation of UNS N077 (Inconel 7) Bolts under Cathodic Protection for Subsea Oil & Gas Operations: Adam Dyer ; Herman Amaya ; OneSubsea, A Schlumberger Company; Schlumberger 3:00 PM Implosion of Large Diameter Ductwork: Thomas Traubert ; Engineering Design & Testing 3:0 PM Case Study: When Stable Defects Ultimately Leak: Courtney Pape ; DNV GL 3:40 PM Alkaline Carbonate SCC Failures at a Refinery: Ryan Haase ; Larry Hanke ; Materials Evaluation and Engineering 4:00 PM Frozen? Mothballs on Ice: Porter Ritchie ; DNV GL 4:0 PM Investigations and Recommendations on Dented Petroleum Pipelines: Erik Mueller ; National Transportation Safety Board Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization I Program Organizers: Ryan Deacon, United Technologies Research Center; Daniel Dennies, Consulting Metallurgical Engineer; George Vander Voort, Consultant - Struers Inc Tuesday PM Room: 409 October 0, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 PM Invited How Microscopy Can Help to Save Energy, Save Lives, Create Jobs and Improve Our Health: Colin Humphreys ; University of Cambridge 3:00 PM Advanced Analytical Microscopy: Metallographic Characterization for the Next Fifty Years: Andrew Holwell ; Carl Zeiss Microscopy 3:0 PM Characterization of Transition-iron-carbide Precipitates: Steven Thompson ; Colorado School of Mines 3:40 PM Applying In Situ S/TEM Microscopy to Structural Materials Using MEMSbased Closed-cell Gas-reactions Challenges and Prospects: Kinga Unocic ; Harry Meyer III ; Dale Hensley ; Wilbur Bigelow ; Lawrence Allard ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 4:00 PM Delving into the World of Grain Boundaries with Electron Microscopy: Christopher Marvel ; Lehigh University 4:0 PM Quantitative Microstructure Analysis by TriBeam Tomography: William Lenthe ; McLean Echlin ; Jean Charles Stinville ; Andrew Polonsky ; Tresa Pollock ; University of California Santa Barbara Glass, Amorphous, and Optical Materials: Common Issues within Science & Technology ACerS Alfred R. Cooper Scholar Lecture and Award Presentation Program Organizers: Gang Chen, Ohio University; Steve Martin, Iowa State University Tuesday PM Room: 30 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Steve Martin, Iowa State University; Martin Wilding, University College London :00 PM Invited The Ultimate Fate of Glass: Edgar Zanotto ; Federal University of Sao Carlos :40 PM Invited Glass Relaxation is Controlled by the Topology of the Atomic Network: Yushu Hu ; Tobias Bechgaard ; Morten Smedskjaer ; Mathieu Bauchy ; University of California, Los Angeles; Aalborg University TUESDAY PM 79

80 TUESDAY PM 3:0 PM Invited Nucleation in Liquids and Glasses: Ken Kelton ; Washington University 4:00 PM Invited Transition Elements and Nucleation in Glasses: Laurent Cormier ; CNRS 4:40 PM Invited Non-crystalline Ordering, Metastable Phase Competition, and Mechanisms of Path-dependent Crystallization in Amorphous Al-Sm Alloys: Ralph Napolitano ; Shihuai Zhou ; Iowa State University; Ames Laboratory Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Materials for Alternative Energy Electrochemistry II Program Organizers: Andrei Jitianu, Lehman College, City University of New York; Lisa Klein, Rutgers University; Lia Stanciu, Purdue University; Mihaela Jitianu, William Paterson University Tuesday PM Room: 40 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Quentin Picard, Lehman College - City University of New York; Andrei Jitianu, Lehman College - City University of New York :00 PM Invited Nanomembrane Assembly and Printing Processes: Kevin Turner ; University of Pennsylvania :30 PM Invited Macroscopic Photoinduced Bending of Polymer Nanofibrous Mats: Jeffrey Rack ; University of New Mexico 3:00 PM Invited Photo-Electrochemical CO Reduction to Acetate on Iron copper Oxide Catalysts: Robert Baker ; The Ohio State University 3:30 PM Invited Seeking Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Materials with Improved Optical Characteristics for Chemical Sensor Applications: Yi Pang ; The University of Akron 4:00 PM Invited Two-dimensional Metal-organic Framework Nanosheets for Electrochemical and Photoelectrochemical Water Oxidation: Zhenmeng Peng ; University of Akron 4:30 PM Electrodeposition of Hybrid Sol-gel Glass Coatings on 304 Stainless Steel for Corrosion Protection: Quentin Picard ; Grant Akalonu ; Jadra Mosa ; Mario Aparicio ; Lisa Klein 3 ; Andrei Jitianu ; Lehman College; Instituto de Cerámica y Vidrio, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); 3 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Rutgers University Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Surface Phenomena Program Organizers: Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University; John Blendell, Purdue University; Wayne Kaplan, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Tuesday PM Room: 40 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: John Blendell, Purdue University; Klaus van Benthem, University of California :00 PM Keynote Nanostructure Stabilization by Grain Boundary Segregation: Challenges and Opportunities in Theory and Experiment: Christopher Schuh ; MIT :40 PM Keynote Nanoporous Metals: Tailor-made Nanostructures with Bulk Properties Controlled by Interfaces: Nadiia Mameka ; Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht 3:0 PM Invited Spontaneuous Nano-patterning of Zirconia Surfaces: Suliman Dregia ; Haris Ansari ; Zhiyuan Niu ; Sheikh Akbar ; Ohio State University; National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) 3:40 PM Invited Wetting and Spreading at the Nanoscale: Emily Brooke ; Anna Regoutz ; Catriona McGilvery ; Eduardo Saiz ; David Payne ; Imperial College 4:00 PM Invited Nanoscale Functional Properties for Piezoelectrics, Ferroelectrics, and Multiferroics at Surfaces and Buried Interfaces: James Steffes ; Zachary Thatcher ; Ryan Cordier ; Thomas Moran ; Justin Luria ; Bryan Huey ; University of Connecticut 4:0 PM The Effect of Crystallographic Orientation on the Jump to Contact Behavior: A Molecular Dynamics Study: Milad Khajehvand ; Panthea Sepehrband ; Santa Clara University Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XIX) Friction Stir Welding Program Organizers: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University; Mathieu Brochu, McGill University; Anming Hu, University of Tennessee; Darren Barborak, AZZ WSI; Akio Hirose, Osaka University; Peng He, Harbin Insitute of Technology; Zhiyong Gu, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Vikas Patel, ArcelorMittal USA Tuesday PM Room: 36 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Judy Schneider, University of Alabama at Huntsville :00 PM Joining of Dissimilar Materials by Friction Bit Joining and Friction Selfpierce Riveting: Yong Chae Lim ; Michael Miles ; Xun Liu 3 ; Yongbing Li 4 ; Zhili Feng ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Brigham Young University; 3 University of Michigan; 4 Shanghai Jiao Tong University 0

81 :0 PM Joining of Dissimilar Materials Using Friction Stir Scribe Technique: Piyush Upadhyay ; Timothy Roosendaal ; Yuri Hovanski ; Xiujuan Jiang ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Brigham Young University :40 PM Friction Stir Welding of Dissimilar in Thickness Al-5Mg Alloy Butt Joints: Anton Naumov ; Evgenii Chernikov ; Fedor Isupov ; Oleg Panchenko ; St. Petersburg State Politechnic University 3:00 PM Utilizing Ultrasonic Thermometry to Monitor Friction Stir Welding Temperature Profiles: Zachary Myers ; Judith Schneider ; University of Alabama in Huntsville 3:0 PM Fatigue and Tensile Performance of Friction Stir Welded AM60: Sara Richmire ; Pouya Sharifi ; Meysam Haghshenas ; University of North Dakota; Western University 3:40 PM Improvement of Fatigue Properties of Friction Stir Welded 7075-T73 Aluminum Alloy Using Femtosecond Laser Peening: Terumasa Kawashima ; Tomokazu Sano ; Akio Hirose ; Seiichiro Tsutsumi ; Kiyotaka Masaki 3 ; Hisashi Hori 4 ; Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University; Joining and Welding Research Institute, Osaka University; 3 National Institute of Technology, Okinawa College; 4 Nippon Light Metal Company, Ltd. 4:00 PM High Frequency Linear Friction Welding of Aluminum Alloys: Hideo Mogami ; Tomoki Matsuda ; Tomokazu Sano ; Akio Hirose ; Ryo Yoshida ; Hisashi Hori ; Osaka University 4:0 PM In-situ Experimental Measurement and Numerical Simulation of Translational Friction Welding of Titanium Alloy: Kaiwen Zhang ; Wei Zhang; Michael Eff ; Samuel Kuhr ; Hamish Fraser ; Thomas Broderick 3 ; OSU; EWI; 3 GE Aviation Light Metals Alliance: Light Metals Technology 07 Light Metals Technology: Invited Program Organizers: Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Kumar Sadayappan, Canmet MATERIALS; Frank Czerwinski, CanmetMATERIALS ; Brajendra Mishra, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Michael Bermingham, The University of Queensland; Wenjiang Ding, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Zhongyun Fan, Brunel University; Gonasagren Govender, The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) ; Karl Kainer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Andreas Kraly, LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH; Salem Seifeddine, Jönköping University; Bong Sun You, Korea Institute of Materials Science Tuesday PM Room: 44 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Kumar Sadayappan, Canmet MATERIALS; Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute :00 PM Invited Aluminum Intensive Ultra-lightweight Automotive Door Structure: Randy Beals ; Tim Skszek ; Miguel Merino ; Tim Reaburn ; Mari Chellman ; Magna International :0 PM Invited Recent Advances in Designing Al and Ti Light Metal Alloys Based on ICME Technologies: Greg Olson ; James Saal ; Jason Sebastian ; Aziz Asphahani 3 ; Northwestern University; QuesTek Innovations; 3 QuesTek Innovations LLC :40 PM Invited Lightweight Designs: A Balance of Density, Material Properties, Processing Capabilities, and Cost: Sarah Jordan ; Mark DeBruin ; Skuld LLC 3:00 PM Invited Exploring Magnesium Alloys for Lightweighting in Transportation: Frank Czerwinski ; Amjad Javaid ; Kumar Sadayappan ; CanmetMATERIALS 3:0 PM Invited Light Metal Activities in USA A Retrospective and Prospective View: Diran Apelian ; Brajendra Mishra ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute 3:40 PM Invited Microstructure Evolution during High-temperature Tensile Testing of 503 Aluminum Alloy: Mizuguchi Takashi ; Tsutomu Ito ; Tokiko Kurisaka ; Hiroaki Ohfuji ; Ehime University; National Institute for Materials Science, National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College 4:00 PM Invited Sensitivity of Ti-6Al-4V Components to Oxidation during Out of Chamber Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing: Michael Bermingham ; Jordan Thomson ; David StJohn ; Matthew Dargusch ; The University of Queensland Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Accident Tolerant Fuels Program Organizers: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory Tuesday PM Room: 40 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Meimei Li, Argonne National Lab :00 PM Invited Westinghouse Accident Tolerant Fuel Materials: Frank Boylan ; Peng Xu ; Javier Romero ; Ed Lahoda ; Westinghouse Electric Company :0 PM Invited Increasing Nuclear Power Plant Safety with FeCrAl Cladding in Advanced Technology Fuel: Raul Rebak ; Kurt Terrani ; Russ Fawcett 3 ; Nick Satterlee 4 ; William Gassmann 5 ; GE Global Research; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 3 Global Nuclear Fuels; 4 Southern Nuclear; 5 Exelon Generation :40 PM Invited Dislocation Loop Dynamics in Irradiated FeCrAl Alloys: Kevin Field ; Jack Haley ; Samuel Briggs 3 ; Kumar Sridharan 3 ; Sergio Lozano-Perez ; Steve Roberts ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; University of Oxford; 3 University of Wisconsin - Madison TUESDAY PM

82 TUESDAY PM 3:00 PM Invited Properties of Small Diameter SiC/SiC Composite Tubes for ATF Cladding Modeling and Design: Yutai Katoh ; Takaaki Koyanagi ; Gyanender Singh ; Caen Ang ; Kurt Terrani ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 3:0 PM Thermochemical Modeling of Candidate Accident Tolerant Fuel Systems: Emily Moore ; Mallikharjuna Bogala ; Tashiema Wilson ; Theodore Besmann ; University of South Carolina 3:40 PM Radiation Effects on SiC/SiC Composites for Advanced Accident Tolerant Fuel Cladding Tubes: Shradha Agarwal ; William Weber ; University of Tennessee 4:00 PM Advanced ODS FeCrAlYZr Alloys for Accident-tolerant Fuel Cladding: Sebastien Dryepondt ; Caleb Massey ; Philip Edmondson ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 4:0 PM Effects of Increasing Neutron Dose on Stability of MAX Phase Ti 3 AlC / Ti 3 SiC Ceramics and MX/MA Impurity Phases: Caen Ang ; Steven Zinkle ; Chunghao Shih 3 ; Phillip Edmondson ; Yutai Katoh ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; 3 General Atomics, San Diego Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Novel Tech III Program Organizers: Indrajit Dutta, Corning Incorporated; Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated Tuesday PM Room: 4 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Chongmin Wang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory :00 PM A Novel Method of Modeling of Fundamental Properties of Materials: Vladimir Ginzburg ; Int l Rolling Mill Consultants, Inc. :0 PM Glow Discharge Spectrometry and Metallographic Measurements: Complementary Techniques for Surface Characterization: Andrew Storey ; Diane Goodman ; Kim Marshall ; David Coulston ; Gregory Schilling ; LECO Corporation :40 PM An Information System for Human-directed Material Property Understanding by Supporting the Characterization of Data: John Parker ; Najib Baig ; Stephen Warde ; John Twerdok ; Will Marsden ; Granta Design Limited 3:00 PM Facile Experimental Measurements of Elastic Constants as a Function of Composition without Using Single Crystals: Xinpeng Du ; Ji-Cheng Zhao ; Ohio State University 3:0 PM Patterned Surface Two-Liquid-Phase Contact Angle Method for Orientationdependent Surface Energy Characterization: Michael Van Order ; Alison Flatau ; University of Maryland 3:40 PM Extraction of Demagnetization Field of Magnetic Nanoparticles Using a Model Based Iterative Reconstruction Technique from TEM Images: KC Prabhat ; Marc De Graef ; Charles Bouman ; K. Aditya Mohan ; Carnegie Mellon University ; Purdue University 4:00 PM Characterization of Inclusions in Nickel Titanium Using Synchrotron X-ray Computed Microtomography: Shivram Kashyap Sridhar ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University 4:0 PM Rapid Characterization of Local Shape Memory Properties through Indentation: Peizhen Li ; Haluk Karaca ; Yang-Tse Cheng ; University of Kentucky 4:40 PM Fast Characterization of NM Thin to Thick Coatings Using Pulsed-Rf Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectrometry: Philippe Hunault ; Matthieu Chausseau ; Kayvon Savadkouei ; Patrick Chapon ; Sofia Gaiaschi ; HORIBA Instruments; HORIBA France Materials Selection and Surface Analyses for Corrosion Prevention and Detection Steels and Advanced Materials Program Organizers: Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Ajit Mishra, Haynes International; Sudhakar Mahajanam, PinnacleART; Eric Schindelholz, Sandia National Laboratory; Xueyuan Zhang, Gamry Instruments; Guang-Ling Song, Xiamen University; Luis Garfrais, Wood Group Kenny; Raul Rebak, General Electric Tuesday PM Room: 405 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory :00 PM Corrosion Properties of Powder Bed Fusion Additively Manufactured Stainless Steels: Rebecca Schaller ; Jason Taylor ; Jeffrey Rodelas ; Ajit Mishra ; Eric Schindelholz ; Sandia National Laboratories; Haynes International :0 PM Environmental Effects on Stress Corrosion Cracking of Austenitic Stainless Steels: David Sapiro ; Bryan Webler ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 PM Dynamic Strain Aging in Oil and Gas Production: Sudhakar Mahajanam ; Michael Joosten ; Pinnacle Advanced Reliability Technologies; Corrosion Integrity Solutions 3:00 PM Corrosion Performance of High Strength Low Alloy Steels in Aerated and CO Saturated Lyman and Fleming Solutions: Lawrence Onyeji ; Girish Kale ; University of Leeds 3:0 PM Electrochemical Corrosion of Stainless Steel in CO -saturated Brine Solutions: Ruishu Feng ; David Sapiro ; Bryan Webler ; Margaret Ziomek- Moroz ; Paul Ohodnicki ; National Energy Technology Laboratory; Carnegie Mellon University

83 3:40 PM Corrosion Behavior of Nickel-based Alloys in High ph Aqueous Media: Ajit Mishra ; Haynes International Mechanochemical Synthesis and Reactions in Materials Science II Session I Program Organizers: Antonio Fuentes, Cinvestav del IPN; Laszlo Takacs, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Challapalli Suryanarayana, University of Central Florida; Jacques Huot, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres Tuesday PM Room: 37 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Laszlo Takacs, University of Baltimore Maryland County :00 PM Invited Phase Selection in Mechanical Alloying: Challapalli Suryanarayana ; University of Central Florida :40 PM Invited Synthesis and Photoluminescence of Single-crystal Silicon Nitride Nanowires via Nitriding of Cryomilled Nanocrystalline Silicon Powder: Fei Chen ; Zhifeng Huang ; Qiang Shen ; Lianmeng Zhang ; Enrique Lavernia ; Wuhan University of Technology; University of California at Irvine 3:0 PM Invited Real-time Observations of Impact-induced Melting and Adhesion: Mostafa Hassani-Gangaraj ; David Veysset ; Keith Nelson ; Christopher Schuh ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4:00 PM Surface Mechanical Alloying for Specialized Heterogeneity (SMASH): Heather Murdoch ; Joseph Labukas ; Chad Hornbuckle ; Army Research Lab 4:0 PM A Study on High Energy Ball Milling and Spark Plasma Sintering of Fe-9Cr Model Alloys: Arnab Kundu ; Indrajit Charit ; University of Idaho :40 PM Invited Recent Developments in Self-healing Metallic Materials and Mechanics of Self-healing Composites: Nathan Salowitz ; Volkan Kilicli ; Xiaojun Yan 3 ; Pradeep Rohatgi ; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Gazi University; 3 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Dalian University 3:0 PM Invited Quantitative Evaluation of Composite Materials Using In Situ Microscopy: Mitra Taheri ; Drexel University 4:00 PM Composite Fiber Orientation Analysis Utilizing X-ray Micro-Computed Tomography: Jennifer Sietins ; Army Research Laboratory 4:0 PM Prediction of Modulus of Polymers and Composites at Different Strain Rates by Integral Transform of DMA Data: Steven Zeltmann ; Keerthana Prakash ; Nikhil Gupta ; New York University 4:40 PM Instrumented Depth-sensing Nanoindentation of a Magnesium Metalmatrix Nanocomposite (AZ3-0.33wt% CNT): Meysam Haghshenas ; Robert Klassen ; Sathish Kannan 3 ; Azm Islam ; Manoj Gupta 4 ; University of North Dakota; Western University; 3 American University of Sharjah; 4 National University of Singapore Multifunctional Oxides Multifunctional Metal Oxide Thin Films Program Organizers: Xiaoqing Pan, University of California, Irvine; Chonglin Chen, University of Texas at San Antonio; Quanxi Jia, University at Buffalo The State University of New York; Judith Driscoll, University of Cambridge Tuesday PM Room: 3 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Aiping Chen, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Thomas Ward, Oak Ridge National Laboratory TUESDAY PM Metal and Polymer Matrix Composites III Composites: Imaging and Characterization Program Organizers: Nikhil Gupta, New York University; Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Tuesday PM Room: 39 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Nikhil Gupta, New York University; Nikhilesh Chawla, Arizona State University :00 PM Invited Anisotropy and Thermal History Effects on the Tensile Behavior of a 3D Printed Polymer Matrix Composite via In Situ Synchrotron X-ray Tomography: Nikhilesh Chawla ; Arizona State University :00 PM Invited Emergent Structures and Properties in Ferroelectric Thin Films: Lane Martin ; University of California, Berkeley :0 PM Invited Exchange Coupling in Oxide Heterostructures Driven by Hidden Interface: Aiping Chen ; Qiang Wang ; Michael Fitzsimmons 3 ; Erik Enriquez ; Marcus Weigand ; Zach Harrell ; Brian McFarland ; Xujie Lü ; Paul Dowden ; Judith MacManus-Driscoll 4 ; Dmitry Yarotski ; Quanxi Jia 5 ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; Argonne National Laboratory & West Virginia University; 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory & University of Tennessee; 4 University of Cambridge; 5 University at Buffalo - The State University of New York :40 PM Invited Polar Surface Domains on Non-polar Surfaces: Paul Salvador ; Gregory Rohrer ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:0 PM Chemical Solution Deposition of Ferroelectric Oxide Thin Films and Nanocomposites: Mads Christensen ; Trygve Ræder ; Mari-Ann Einarsrud ; Tor Grande ; Norwegian University of Science and Technology 3

84 TUESDAY PM 3:40 PM Invited Strain Doping in Multifunctional Oxides: Thomas Ward ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 4:00 PM Black Titania by pp-mocvd: Nanostructured Carbon-sensitised Titania Films with Visible Light Activity: Catherine Bishop ; Aleksandra Gardecka ; Andreas Kafizas ; Raphael Boichot 3 ; Susan Krumdieck ; University of Canterbury; Imperial College London; 3 Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble Next Generation Biomaterials Metallic Biomaterials Program Organizers: Roger Narayan, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering; Jie Huang, University College London; Vipul Davé, Johnson & Johnson; Sanjiv Lalwani, Lynntech, Inc.; Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong; Mohan Edirisinghe, University College London Tuesday PM Room: 334 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Celaletdin Ergun, Istanbul Technical University; Rajarshi Banerjee, University of North Texas :00 PM Invited Additive Manufacturing of Low Modulus Titanium Alloys for Biomedical Devices: Srinivas Aditya Mantri ; Trina Majumder ; Vishal Soni ; Calvin Mikler ; Tyler Torgerson ; Eugene Ivanov 3 ; Nick Birbilis ; Thomas Scharf ; Rajarshi Banerjee ; University of North Texas; Monash University; 3 Tosoh SMD Inc. :0 PM Adhesion and Entry of Gold Nano Particles into Breast Cancer Cells: Vanessa Uzonwanne ; John Obayemi ; Jingjie Hu ; Stella Dozie-Nwachukwu 3 ; Karen Malatesta ; Nicolas Anuku 4 ; Winston Soboyejo ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Princeton University; 3 African University of Science and Engineering; 4 Bronx Community Collge :40 PM LHRH-conjugated PEG-coated Magnetite Nanoparticles for Specific Targeting of Triple Negative Breast Cancer Cells: The Role of Receptormediated Endocytosis: Jingjie Hu ; John Obayemi ; Karen Malatesta ; Andrej Košmrlj ; Winston Soboyejo ; Princeton University; Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) 3:00 PM Invited Innvestigation of the Corrosion Behaviour of AZ3,AZ 9 and ZK 60 Magnesium Alloys: Waseem Haider ; Usman Riaz ; Umair Shah ; Hassnain Asgar ; Central Michigan University 3:0 PM Design for Advanced Biomaterial of Mg Alloy: Dae Hyun Cho ; Ik Min Park ; Kyung Mox Cho ; Pusan National University 3:40 PM Biodegradation and Biological Response of Magnesium-based Alloys for Orthopedic Applications: Process-Structure-Functional Property Relationship: Krishna Chaitanya Nune ; P Trivedi ; S Patil ; RDK Misra ; University of Texas at El Paso 4:00 PM The Effect of Rapid Solidification on Physical Properties of Advanced Biomaterial Co-Cr-Mo-C Alloy: Hamid-Reza Erfanian-Naziftoosi ; Hugo López ; University of Wisconsin Milwaukee 4:0 PM Invited The Effect of Core Size and Coating Layers on the Hypertermia Performance of Iron Oxide, Manganese Ferrite, Magnesium Ferrite and Strontium Ferrite Superparamagnetic Nano Particles: Celaletdin Ergun ; Esra Durucu ; Mona Nejatpour ; Elvan Aydin ; Istanbul Technical University Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and Their Applications (PSDK-XII) Session III: J. Willard Gibbs Phase Equilibria Award - Computational Thermodynamics Program Organizers: Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh; Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A & M University; Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University; Arthur Pelton, Ecole Polytechnique Tuesday PM Room: 43 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Arthur Pelton, Ecole Polytechnique; Stephan Petersen, GTT Technologies :00 PM Invited Gibbs-energy Minimization in FactSage: Gunnar Eriksson ; Technologies :0 PM Invited Australian Impact of SOLGASMIX: Michael Wadsley ; Consultant GTT- :40 PM Invited FactSage and Phase Stability: Christopher Bale ; Gunnar Eriksson ; Arthur Pelton ; Ecole Polytechnoque; GTT-Technologies 3:00 PM Invited Thermochemical Modeling in the Development of Advanced Nuclear Fuels: Theodore Besmann ; Mark Noordhoek ; Tashiema Wilson ; Emily Moore ; Jacob McMurray ; Elizabeth Wood 3 ; Andrew Nelson 3 ; Simon Middleburgh 4 ; Edward Lahoda 5 ; Peng Xu 5 ; University of South Carolina; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 3 Los Alamos National Laboratory; 4 Westinghouse Vasteras; 5 Westinghouse Electric Company, LLC 3:0 PM Invited Scheil-Gulliver Constituent Diagrams: Arthur Pelton ; Gunnar Eriksson ; Christopher Bale ; Ecole Polytechnique 3:40 PM Invited Optimization of Compositions and Physical Properties of Salt Systems for Latent Heat Storage in Thermal Solar Energy Applications: Aimen Gheribi ; Patrice Chartrand ; Arthur Pelton ; Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal 4:00 PM Invited Search for New Rare Earth-based Alloys: Patrice Turchi ; Aurélien Perron ; Vincenzo Lordi ; Orlando Rios ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 4

85 Processing and Performance of Materials Using Microwaves, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Ultrasound, Lasers, and Mechanical Work Rustum Roy Symposium Session III Program Organizers: Morsi Mahmoud, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) & City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA City); Dinesh Agrawal, Pennsylvania State University; Guido Link, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Motoyasu Sato, Chubu University; Rishi Raj, University of Colorado at Boulder Tuesday PM Room: 3 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Guido Link, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Motoyasu Sato, Chubu University :00 PM Invited Grain Refinement of Ni-based Superalloy under Magnetic-thermal Coordinated Control: Yingju Li ; Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences :0 PM Invited Room Temperature Magnetic Processing of Advanced Ceramics: Victoria Blair ; Nicholas Ku ; Michael Kornecki 3 ; Selva Raju 4 ; Jennifer Elward ; Berend Rinderspacher ; Raymond Brennan ; Army Research Laboratory; ORISE; 3 SURVICE Engineering; 4 ORAU :40 PM Invited Effects of Elastic Waves at Several Frequencies on Biofilm Formation in Circulating Laboratory Biofilm Reactors: Hideyuki Kanematsu ; Shogo Maeda ; Senshin Umeki 3 ; Kazuyuki Tohji 3 ; Nobumitsu Hirai ; Akiko Ogawa ; Takeshi Kougo ; Suzuka National College of Technology; National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College; 3 Tohoku University 3:00 PM In Situ Study of Lattice Expansion during Flash Sintering: Harry Charalambous ; Shikhar Jha ; Thomas Tsakalakos ; Rutgers University 3:0 PM Structure and Properties of Microwave-consolidated Magnesium Powders: R Sadangi ; D Kapoor ; R Rowland ; T Zahrah ; M Imam 3 ; Armament Research Development Engineering Center; MATSYS, Inc; 3 George Washington University 3:40 PM Sinter-forging and Spark Plasma Sintering of WC-Co for Enhanced Mechanical Properties: Zhao Ding ; Weiliang Yao ; Leon Shaw ; Elisa Torresani ; Eugene Olevsky ; Claude Estournes 3 ; Illinois Institute of Technology; San Diego State University; 3 Carnot Institute 4:00 PM Observations on the Effect of Electric Field on Mullite Formation in Porcelains: Wirat Lerdprom ; Eugenio Zapata-Solvas ; Doni Jayaseelan ; William Lee ; Imperial College London 4:0 PM Influence of Applied Magnetic Fields on Rare-earth & Transition Metal Dopants in α-al O 3 : Selva Vennila Raju ; Michael Kornecki ; Raymond Brennan ; Victoria Blair ; Nicholas Ku ; USARL, WMRD Rare Earth Metals, Compounds, and Alloys: Synthesis, Processing, Emerging Applications, Recent Advances, Future Challenges REE Panel Keynote and Discussion Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Eric Klier, U.S.Army Research Laboratory; Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC Tuesday PM Room: 35 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC :00 PM Keynote Current Status and Future Challenges Facing Rare Earth Materials Industry: Jack Lifton ; Jack Lifton LLC :40 PM Panel Discussion Panel I - Current Status of the REE Industry Panelist include: Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC (Panel Lead); Eric Nyrez, Neo Materials; Jinfang Liu, Electron Energy Corporation; and Steve Constantinides, Magnetics & Materials LLC 4:0 PM Panel Discussion Panel II - Future of the REE Industry Panelists include: Gareth Hatch, Innovation Metals Corp.(Panel Lead); Michael Mckittrick, U.S. Department of Energy; David Weiss, Eck Industries; and John P de Neufville, Eutectics, LLC Recent Advances in Computer-aided Materials Design Emerging Approaches of Material Design Program Organizers: Huan Tran, University of Connecticut; Ghanshyam Pilania, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Alexey Kolmogorov, Binghamton University, State University of New York; Mina Yoon, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Son Hoang, University of Connecticut Tuesday PM Room: 34 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Huan Tran, University of Connecticut :00 PM Introductory Comments :05 PM Keynote The Materials Genome Initiative: The Centrality of Computation: James Warren ; National Institute of Standards and Technology :45 PM Classification of Scientific Journal Articles to Support Automated Data Extraction and Curation: Amar Krishna ; Alden Dima ; Alok Choudhary ; Ankit Agrawal ; Northwestern University; NIST 3:05 PM Computationally-driven Discovery and Design of Materials at QuesTek Innovations LLC: Jeff Doak ; Abhinav Saboo ; Nick Hatcher ; James Saal ; Greg Olson ; QuesTek Innovations LLC 3:5 PM Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) and Business Decision Support Systems (BDSS) in the Context of Open Innovation and Interdisciplinary Collaboration: James Goddin ; Will Marsden ; Stephen Warde ; Najib Baig ; John Twerdok ; Donna Dykeman ; David Cebon ; Granta Design Ltd TUESDAY PM 5

86 TUESDAY PM 3:45 PM Invited High Quality Data and Their Applications for Materials Design: Zi-Kui Liu ; The Pennsylvania State University 4:5 PM Invited Informatics Guided Multiscale Design of Materials: Krishna Rajan ; University at Buffalo: SUNY 4:45 PM Accelerated Discovery of High Entropy Alloys through Constraint Satisfaction Algorithms: Raymundo Arroyave ; Anas Abu-Odeh ; Tanner Kirk ; Edgar Galvan ; Richard Malak ; Texas A & M University Responsive Functional Nanomaterials Session III Program Organizers: Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology; Jiahua Zhu, The University of Akron; Wenxian Li, Shanghai University; Dawei Wang, University of New South Wales; Wenping Sun, University of Wollongong; Liangzhi Kou, Queensland University of Technology; Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University Tuesday PM Room: 30 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Wenxian Li, Shanghai University; Sarina Sarina, Queensland University of Technology :00 PM Invited Functionalized Nanosensors for the Selective Detection of Proteins and Toxins: Emad Kiriakous ; Waleed Hassanain ; Michael Schmidt 3 ; Godwin Ayoko ; Queensland University of Technology ; Queensland University of Technology; 3 Technical University of Denmark :0 PM Invited Periodic Gold Nanoparticle Array/Functional Hydrogel Composites and Their Strong Optical Response for Sensing Applications: Yue Li ; Institute of Solid State Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences :40 PM Invited A Micelle Fusion-aggregation Assembly Approach to Mesoporous Carbon Materials with Rich Active Sites for Ultra-sensitive Ammonia Sensing: Wei Luo ; Donghua University 3:00 PM Facile Synthesis of PdNi Hollow Nanocrystals with Enhanced Electrocatalytic Activities toward Ethanol Oxidation: Zelin Chen ; Jinfeng Zhang ; Yuan Zhang ; Yunwei Liu ; Xiaopeng Han ; Cheng Zhong ; Wenbin Hu ; Yida Deng ; Tianjin University 3:0 PM Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Saccharide-HMF Conversion with Core/ shell Structured Microwave Responsive Catalysts: Tuo Ji ; Liwen Mu ; Jiahua Zhu ; University of Akron 3:40 PM Surface Wrinkles Generated On Polymer Substrate: Biomimetic Construction, Micro-regulation and Actuation Properties: Zengyong Chu ; Yinlong Tan ; Zhenhua Jiang ; Tianjiao Hu ; National University of Denfense Technology 4:00 PM Al Doping Induced Room Temperature Ferromagnetism in ZnO Synthesized under Pulsed Magnetic Field: Ying Li ; Zhongrui Yu ; Muhammad Tariq ; Wenxian Li ; Yemin Hu ; Mingyuan Zhu ; Hongming Jin ; Kang Deng ; Shanghai University Shaping & Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels II Shaping & Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels: Performance Program Organizers: Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Tyson Brown, General Motors Corporation; Myoung-Gyu Lee, Korea University; Amy Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Kip Findley, Colorado School of Mines; Mark Stoudt, National Institute of Standards and Technology Tuesday PM Room: 404 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines :00 PM Invited Bridging the Gap between Advanced Sheet Steel Product Development and Successful Implementation of These Products in Automotive Body Structures: Sriram Sadagopan ; ArcelorMittal/Global R&D :40 PM Invited Chain-die Forming of AHSS: Dayong Li ; Shichao Ding ; Lei Shi 3 ; Yaguang Li ; Yong Sun ; Shanghai Jiao Tong University; The University of Queensland; 3 Bao Steel Co. Ltd 3:0 PM Invited The Influence of Microstructure on the Mechanical Behavior of Quench and Partition Steels: Dean Pierce ; Daniel Coughlin ; Kester Clarke 3 ; Emmanuel De Moor 3 ; Jon Poplawsky ; Don Williamson 3 ; Baishakhi Mazumder 4 ; John Speer 3 ; Andrew Hood 3 ; Joonas Kähkönen 5 ; Amy Clarke 3 ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Los Alamos National Laboratory; 3 Colorado School of Mines; 4 University of Buffalo; 5 Aalto University 4:00 PM Data-driven Approaches for Predicting Fatigue Strength of Steels: Ankit Agrawal ; Alok Choudhary ; Northwestern University 6

87 Special Session on Emerging Technologies to Develop and Commercially Adopt Innovative Materials Special Session on Emerging Technologies to Develop and Commercially Adopt Innovative Materials Program Organizers: Ron Radzilowski, AK Steel Corp.; Amber Black, PTR - Precision Technologies, Inc.; David Forrest, Department of Energy; Manish Mehta, M-TECH International LLC; Elizabeth Hoffman, Savannah River National Laboratory; Judith Schneider, University of Alabama at Huntsville Tuesday PM Room: 39 October 0, 07 Session Chair: David Forrest, U.S. Dept. of Energy :00 PM Introductory Comments: David R. Forrest and Amber Black :0 PM Invited Advanced Manufacturing Research Activities in the Commercial Scaling of Additive, Battery, Carbon Fiber, and Composites Fabrication: William Peter ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :30 PM Invited Accelerated Design and Deployment of New Materials Using I.C.M.E. Strategies: Aziz Asphahani ; QuesTek Innovations LLC :50 PM Invited Emerging Applications for Rare Earths: Josh Collins ; Intelligent Material Solutions, Inc. 3:0 PM Invited Covetic Nanomaterials for Energy Applications: David Forrest ; Department of Energy 3:30 PM Panel Discussion Moderator: David R. Forrest, Panelists: William Hutchinson Peter, Aziz Asphahani, Josh Collins 4:0 PM Concluding Comments: David R. Forrest Surface Properties of Biomaterials Surface Properties of Biomaterials: Bearing Materials and Tribological Properties Program Organizers: Jason Langhorn, DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction; Susmita Bose, Washington State University; Amit Bandyopadhyay, Washington State University; Mangal Roy, Indian Institute of Technology; Venu Varanasi, Texas A & M Health Science Center Tuesday PM Room: 335 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Venu Varanasi, Texas A&M University; Jason Langhorn, DePuy Synthes :00 PM Cost Effective Wet Blast Textured CoCrMo with Improved Polyethylene Wear in a Pin-on-Disc Test: Jason Langhorn ; Elizabeth Hippensteel ; Daniel Schmidt ; DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction :0 PM Improved Polyethylene Wear Performance with Laser Textured CoCrMo in a Pin-on-Disc Test: Jason Langhorn ; Elizabeth Hippensteel ; Daniel Schmidt ; Alireza Borjali 3 ; Bart Raeymaekers 3 ; DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction; Theoris Consultant Partnering with DePuy Synthes; 3 University of Utah :40 PM Improved Corrosion Resistance and Biocompatibility of Nickel-Titanium Processed by Ultrasonic Nanocrystal Surface Modification: Xiaoning Hou ; Steven Mankoci ; Nicholas Walters ; Hongyu Gao ; Ruixia Zhang ; Shengxi Li ; Haifeng Qin ; Zhencheng Ren ; Gary Doll ; Hongbo Cong ; Ashlie Martini ; Vijay Vasudevan 3 ; Xianfeng Zhou 4 ; Nita Sahai ; Yalin Dong ; Chang Ye ; The University of Akron; University of California - Merced; 3 University of Cincinnati; 4 Qingdao University of Science and Engineering 3:00 PM Understanding Silicon Reinforcement in Ti6Al4V to Enhance Wear Resistance: Jose Avila ; Zumurda Alrawahi ; Susmita Bose ; Amit Bandyopadhyay ; Washington State University 3:0 PM Effect of Ceramic Surface Chemistry on Polyethylene Oxidation: Bryan McEntire ; Giuseppe Pezzotti ; B. Bal 3 ; Amedica Corporation; Kyoto Institute of Technology; 3 University of Missouri 3:40 PM Effect of Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted Laser Surface Melting of Ti-6Al-4V ELI Alloys on the Tribological Properties in Simulated Body Fluids: Sourabh Biswas ; Seyyed Habib Alavi ; Sandip Harimkar ; Oklahoma State University 4:00 PM Effects of Ternary Dopant System on Biological Properties of Plasma Sprayed Hydroxyapatite Coatings on Titanium for Orthopedic and Dental Applications: Ashley Vu ; Dongxu Ke ; Amit Bandyopadhyay ; Susmita Bose ; Washington State University Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application Oxidation, Corrosion, and Tribological Coatings Program Organizers: Kang Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center; Yutaka Kagawa, University of Tokyo; Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center; Rodney Trice, Purdue University; Daniel Mumm, University of California, Irvine; Mitch Dorfman, Oerlikon Metco (US); Christian Moreau, Concordia University; Emmanuel Boakye, UES Inc. Tuesday PM Room: 333 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Emmanuel Boakye, UES; Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center :00 PM Invited Powder-Suspension Hybrid Axial Plasma Spraying of Triballoy 400 Chromium Carbide Coatings: Processing, Characteristics and Wear Behaviour: G. Karthik Narayan ; Stefan Björklund ; Nicholas Curry ; Shrikant Joshi ; University West; Treibacher Industrie AG :40 PM Ultra High-temperature Ceramic Material Coatings for C-C Composites: Emmanuel Boakye ; Clifford Leslie ; David Olson 3 ; UES Inc.; National Research Council ; 3 US Navy TUESDAY PM 7

88 TUESDAY PM 3:00 PM Tribological Performance and Characteristics of an Ultra-durable B4C/Cr Coating with Pre-UNSM Treatment: Zhencheng Ren ; Haifeng Qin ; Brandon Strahin ; Yalin Dong ; Chang Ye ; Gary Doll ; University of Akron 3:0 PM Synthesis of Heat Resistant Cermet Coatings on Ti6Al4V Titanium Alloy Using Ultra High Temperature Ceramics: Gabriel Farotade ; Patricia Popoola ; Sisa Pityana ; Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa; Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Centre 3:40 PM Characterization of Laser Cladded 00 \956m Thin Sheets: Tobias Gabriel ; Florian Scherm ; Marek Gorywoda ; Uwe Glatzel ; University Bayreuth; University of Applied Sciences Hof 4:00 PM The Sustaining Effect of Remaining Cementite and the Restraining Effect of Alloy Elements on Corrosion Acceleration of Ferrite-Pearlite Steel in an Acidic Chloride Solution: Junhua Dong ; Xuehui Hao ; Jie Wei ; Wei Ke ; Institute of Metal Research, CAS The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Next Generation Green Technologies I Program Organizers: Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota; Jun-ichi Tatami, Yokohama National University; Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST); Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Glenn Research Center; Marsha Bischel, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., PA; Makio Naito, Osaka University, Japan; Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Yiquan Wu, Alfred University, NY Tuesday PM Room: 37 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: Enrico Bernardo, University of Padova; Babak Anasori, Drexel University :00 PM Invited D Metal Carbides and Nitrides (MXenes) for Green Technologies: Babak Anasori ; Yury Gogotsi ; Drexel University :40 PM Invited Development of Cordierite Honeycomb Membrane Filters for Produced Water Treatment: Yunfeng Gu ; Zhen Song ; Joel Clinton ; Aaron DeGeorge ; Curtis Fekety ; Celine Guermeur ; Corning Research & Development Corporation 3:0 PM Invited Highly Porous Silicate Ceramics from Alkali Activation of Engineered Mixtures: Enrico Bernardo ; Acacio Rincon Romero ; Patricia Rabelo Monich ; University of Padova 4:00 PM Invited Hydrothermal Vapor Synthesis of Inorganic Oxides: Daniel Kopp ; Richard Riman ; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Titanium Powder Metallurgy Session I Program Organizers: Gnanavinthan Thavanayagam, The University of Waikato; M. Ashraf Imam, George Washington University; Susan Abkowitz, Alcoa Titanium & Engineered Products, Powder Materials Operations; James Paramore, United States Army Research Laboratory Tuesday PM Room: 305 October 0, 07 Session Chairs: James Paramore, United States Army Research Laboratory; Ashraf Imam, The George Washington University :00 PM Invited Powder Metallurgy of Titanium Past, Present, and Future: Zhigang Fang ; Pei Sun ; James Paramore ; University of Utah; Army Research Lab :40 PM Innovative Powder Metallurgy Processes for Manufacturing Titanium Alloy Components for Critical Applications: Vladimir Duz ; Mykhailo Matviychuk ; Irene Moxson ; ADMA Products, Inc. 3:00 PM Dissolution of Cr O 3 Particles in Ti Sintered Material and Strengthening Behavior: Katsuyoshi Kondoh ; Ryuho Ikemasu ; Junko Umeda ; Osaka University 3:0 PM Understanding the Spark Plasma Sintering Behaviour of Ti-6Al-4V Reinforced with Nanosized TiN: Oluwasegun Falodun ; Mosima Maja ; Babatunde Obadele ; Samuel Oke ; Oladeji Ige ; Peter Olubambi ; University of Johannesburg 3:40 PM A Summary of the Mechanisms of Direct Reduction of Rutile TiO Powders by Mg, in the Presence of Salt and Hydrogen Gas: Hyrum Lefler ; Yang Xia ; Pei Sun ; Z. Zak Fang ; Ying Zhang ; Lei Xu ; University of Utah; Chinese Academy of Sciences 4:00 PM The Effect of the Master Alloy on the Sintering Behavior of Blended Elemental Ti-6Al-4V: Pei Sun ; Z. Zak Fang ; James Paramore ; Lu Yang ; University of Utah, Dept of Metallurgical Engineering; United States Army Research Laboratory 4:0 PM Sintering of Ti and Ti Alloy Powder Compacts by Microwave Energy to Near Net Shape: Hunter Taylor ; Rod Rowland ; Tony Zahrah ; Ashraf Imam ; Matsys inc; George Washington University 4:40 PM Thermomechanical Processing of a Consolidated High Strength Metastable Beta Titanium Alloy Powder, Using the Low Cost FAST-forge Process: Emma Calvert ; University of Sheffield 5:00 PM Understanding the Unique Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Properties of Hydrogen Sintered/Processed Titanium Alloys: James Paramore ; Brady Butler ; Jonathan Ligda ; Z. Zak Fang ; Matt Dunstan ; United States Army Research Laboratory; University of Utah

89 Ultra High Performance Metals, Metal Alloys, Intermetallics, and Metal Matrix Composites for Aerospace, Defense, and Automotive Applications High Temperature Materials / Composites / Hybrid / Graded Materials Program Organizers: Ali Yousefiani, Boeing Research and Technology; Troy Topping, California State University, Sacramento; Robert Dillon, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Tuesday PM Room: 307 October 0, 07 Session Chair: Ali Yousefiani, Boeing Research & Technology :00 PM Ni3Al -based Strips and Foils for Structural or Functional Applications: Pawel Jozwik ; Zbigniew Bojar ; Tomasz Durejko ; Military University of Technology :0 PM Precipitation Characteristics of Gamma Prime Precipitate in Rene 65: Christina - Maria Katsari ; Hanqing Che ; Benjamin Turner ; Andrew Wessman ; Stephen Yue ; McGill University; GE Aviation,US :40 PM Microstructural Analysis and High Temperature Creep Testing of Mo-9Si- B-xAl-yGe Alloys: Peter Kellner ; Rainer Völkl ; Uwe Glatzel ; University Bayreuth 3:00 PM Characteristic on Nanostructured Multicomponent Coating Layer Using Direct Current Sputtering: Young Seok Kim ; Hae Jin Park ; Young Hoon Lee ; Ki Buem Kim ; Sejong University 3:0 PM Enhancement of Fracture Toughness Utilizing the Material Inhomogeneity Effect: Roland Kasberger ; Masoud Sistaninia ; Bruno Buchmayr 3 ; Otmar Kolednik ; Erich Schmid Institute of Materials Science; Materials Center Leoben Forschung GmbH; 3 Chair of Metal Forming, Montanuniversität 3:40 PM Oxidation Behavior of Laser Clad Ti-SiC-ZrB Cermet Coatings of Titanium Alloy: Gabriel Farotade ; Patricia Popoola ; Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa ACerS Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium I: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance Program Organizer: Wolfgang Rheinheimer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Wednesday AM Room: 35 October, 07 Session Chair: Wolfgang Rheinheimer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology :40 AM Invited Anisotropic Grain Growth in Polycrystalline Ceramics: Accepted Concepts and New Paradigms: Carol Handwerker ; John Blendell ; Wolfgang Rheinheimer ; Jean Taylor 3 ; Purdue University; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 3 Courant Institute of Mathematics 9:0 AM Invited Properties of Grain Boundaries in SrTiO 3 and their Influence on Grain Growth: Madeleine Kelly ; Xiaoting Zhong ; Wolfgang Rheinheime ; Michael Hoffmann ; Gregory Rohrer ; Carnegie Mellon University; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Tenth Anniversary of Grain Boundary Complexions Research: Martin Harmer ; Andrea Harmer ; Amanda Krause ; Christopher Marvel ; Lehigh University; Kutztown University :00 AM Invited Room Temperature Sintering of Alkali Halide Salts: Gary Messing ; Elizabeth Kupp ; Julie Anderson ; Nuerxida Pulati ; The Pennsylvania State University Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Fatigue and Fracture Session I Program Organizers: Nikolas Hrabe, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Nicholas Barbosa, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Richard Ricker, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Steve Daniewicz, University of Alabama; Nima Shamsaei, Auburn University; Mohsen Seifi, Case Western Reserve University/ ASTM International Wednesday AM Room: 304 October, 07 Session Chair: Nikolas Hrabe, National Institute of Standards and Technology WEDNESDAY AM :00 AM Invited Issues in Mechanical Behavior of Additively Manufactured Metallic Alloys: John Lewandowski ; Mohsen Seifi ; Case Western Reserve University :40 AM Investigating Defect Formation Mechanisms in Powder-bed Metal Additive Manufacturing Using Synchrotron-based High-Speed X-ray Radiography and Microtomography: Ross Cunningham ; Cang Zhao ; Tao Sun ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University; Argonne National Laboratory 9

90 WEDNESDAY AM 9:00 AM Assessing the Tensile and Fatigue Properties of Alloy 7 and Ti-6Al- 4V Produced from Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing: Brian Hayes ; John Porter ; Mike Velez ; Tim Hall ; Ken Davis 3 ; UES, Inc.; Faraday Technology, Inc.; 3 CalRAM, Inc. 9:0 AM Microstructural Evolution around Pores in Additively Manufactured 36L SS under Cyclic Loading: Rachel Lim ; Christopher Kantzos ; Yufeng Shen ; He Liu ; Robert Suter ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:40 AM Size Effects on Fracture and Fatigue Behavior of Additively Manufactured Alloys: Mohsen Seifi ; Jan Džugan ; John Lewandowski ; Case Western Reserve University; COMTES FHT 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Fatigue Performance of Additive Manufactured Titanium: A Critical Analysis of PM Titanium Fatigue Data and Relevance to Modern Additively Manufactured Materials: K. S. Ravi Chandran ; University of Utah :00 AM Effects of Powder Oxidation on Impact Toughness of EBM Ti-6Al-4V: William Grell ; Euripides Solis-Ramos ; Enrico Lucon 3 ; Edward Garboczi 3 ; Maciej Kumosa ; Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co.; University of Denver; 3 National Institute of Science and Technology :0 AM A Predictive Model for Competing Fatigue Crack Initiation Mechanisms in Porous Metals: Matt Dunstan ; James Paramore ; Z. Zak Fang ; University of Utah; United States Army Research Laboratory :40 AM Residual Stresses and Fatigue Behavior in Additive Repairs of AA7075 and AA04 Produced by Cold Spray Deposition: Luke Brewer ; William Story ; Benjamin White ; James Jordon ; Jeffrey Bunn ; E. Payzant ; University of Alabama Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties AM Processing of Stainless Steels Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Wednesday AM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chair: Christopher Rock, North Carolina State University :00 AM Characterisation of Additively Manufactured 36L Stainless Steel Crystal Structure: Maija Nyström ; Jorma Roine ; Hannu Heikkinen ; Antti Pörhönen ; Olli Nyrhilä ; Electro Optical Systems Finland; University of Turku :0 AM Characterization of Additively Manufactured 36L Stainless Steel for Naval Applications: Lily Nguyen ; Richard Fonda ; David Rowenhorst ; National Research Council / Naval Research Laboratory; Naval Research Laboratory :40 AM Comparisons between 36L Stainless Steel Made Using Multiple Laser Powder Bed Fusion Systems: Caroline Scheck ; Bryan Kessel ; Naval Surface Warfare Center 9:00 AM Fabrication of Large Additively Manufactured 36L Stainless Steel Structures Using Directed Energy Deposition: Zakariya Khayat ; Todd Palmer ; Applied Research Lab Penn State University 9:0 AM Effects of Process Parameters in Laser Metal Deposition on Inclusion Evolution in Stainless Steel 36L: Durim Eo ; Jung-wook Cho ; POSTECH 9:40 AM Analysis of Solidification Parameters in Additively Manufactured 304L Stainless Steel: Bineh Ndefru ; George Gray ; Saryu Fensin ; Cameron Knapp ; Los Alamos National Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Effect of Build Parameters on Microstructure of Stainless Steel Laser Additive Manufactured Components: Penn Rawn ; Steven Keckler ; Ronda Coguill ; K.V. Sudhakar ; Bruce Madigan ; Montana Tech 0:40 AM Characterization of Precipitation Hardening 3- Stainless Steel Fabricated with Hybrid-DED Manufacturing: Michael Juhasz ; Jason Walker ; Brett Conner ; Youngstown State University :00 AM Additively Manufactured Heat Exchanger: Paul Korinko ; Matthew Van Swol ; Alexander Hollingshad ; Haley McKee ; Frederick List 3 ; Keith Carver 3 ; Savannah River National Laboratory; Kansas City National Security Campus; 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties New Alloys for AM and Process Optimization Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Wednesday AM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chair: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals :00 AM Invited Metals for Additive Manufacturing: David Bourell ; Allison Beese ; University of Texas; Penn State University :40 AM Development of Novel Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Applications: David Heard ; Lynne Karabin ; Jen Lin ; Yijia Gu ; Andreas Kulovits ; Arconic 9:00 AM Optimization of Titanium Alloys for Additive Manufacturing: Brian Welk ; Hamish Fraser ; Kevin Chaput ; The Ohio State University; Air Force Research Laboratory 90

91 9:0 AM Compositional and Processing Effects in Ti-alloys for Additive Manufacturing Technologies: Michael Mendoza ; Peyman Samimi ; Matthew Rolchigo ; Richard Lesar ; Peter Collins ; Iowa State University 9:40 AM Optimized Isotropic Properties in Ti-6Al-4V Parts via Additive Manufacturing: John Barnes ; Christopher Aldridge ; Heath Walker ; Arconic; Arconic 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Identifying Laser Powder Bed AM Processing Windows and their Dependence on Laser Spot Size: Zack Francis ; Jack Beuth ; Carnegie Mellon University 0:40 AM Statistical Analysis of Correlation between Part and Test Sample Properties: Lisa Deibler ; Jay Carroll ; Heather Boldt ; Clint Holtey ; Sandia National Laboratories :00 AM Ultimate Functionalities in 3D-cellular Mesh Structures: Optimization of Structure-mechanical Property Relationship via Unit Cell Design: Krishna Chaitanya Nune ; RDK Misra ; SJ Li ; Yl Hao ; University of Texas at El Paso :0 AM Build Rate Improvement for Powder Bed Fusion: Ming Tang ; Petrus Pistorius ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 AM Spatial and Temporal Laser Modulation for Microstructural Control during Laser Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Tien Roehling ; Sheldon Wu ; Saad Khairallah ; John Roehling ; Michael Crumb ; Gabe Guss ; Manyalibo Matthews ; University of the Pacific; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Additive Manufacturing: In-situ Process Monitoring and Control Session I Program Organizers: Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University Wednesday AM Room: 303 October, 07 Session Chair: Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University :00 AM Invited Status of In-situ Process Monitoring in the Electron Beam Melting Process: Michael Kirka ; Ryan Dehoff ; Jacob Raplee ; Alex Plotlowski ; Vincent Paquit ; Sean Yoder ; Peeyush Nadwanna ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; University of Tennessee :40 AM Titanium Powder Smoke during EB-PBF: Decoupling Charge and Heat Deposition at Different Beam Energies: Paul Carriere ; Stephen Yue ; McGill University 9:00 AM Development and Deployment of a Wire Arc Additive Manufacturing Capability: Paul Korinko ; Anthony Reynolds ; Anna d Entremont ; Andrew Duncan ; Poh-Sang Lam ; John Bobbitt ; Eric Kriikku ; Derek Gobin ; Matthew Folsom ; Savannah River National Laboratory; University of South Carolina 9:0 AM In Situ Real Time Defect Detection of 3D Printed Parts: Xiaodong Li ; Oliver Hammond ; University of Virginia 9:40 AM Supersonic Impact for Additive Manufacturing: An In-situ Study: Mostafa Hassani-Gangaraj ; David Veysset ; Keith Nelson ; Christopher Schuh ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Exploring Deposition at Elevated Temperatures for Laser Powder Bed Ti64: Brian Fisher ; Jack Beuth ; Carnegie Mellon University 0:40 AM In Process Monitoring in Metal Powder Bed Fusion Processes Using Optical Coherence Tomography: Philip DePond ; Gabe Guss ; Sonny Ly ; David Deane ; Manyalibo Matthews ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory :00 AM In Situ Quality Monitoring in AM Using Acoustic Emission: A Machine Learning Approach: Kilian Wasmer ; Christoph Kenel ; Christian Leinenbach ; Sergey A. Shevchik ; Empa - Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection II Program Organizers: Evelina Vogli, LiquidMetal Group Holdings, Inc.; Fei Tang, DNV GL; Emad Omrani, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Afsaneh Dorri Moghadam, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee; Pradeep Menezes, University of Nevada Reno; Pradeep Rohatgi, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wednesday AM Room: 33 October, 07 Session Chairs: Evelina Vogli, LM Group Holdings, Inc.; Fei Tang, DNV GL :00 AM Corrosion-resistant Coatings and Surface Treatment in SHS Conditions: Borys Sereda ; Dmytro Sereda ; Irina Kryglyak ; DSTU; Zaporizhzhzya State Engineering Academy :0 AM Corrosion Inhibition of Martensitic Stainless Steel by Sodium Molybdate in Acidic Solution: Solanum Tuberosum Extract as Surfactant: Olaitan Akanji ; Cleophas Loto ; Patricia Popoola ; Andrei Kolesnikov ; Tshwane University of Technology WEDNESDAY AM 9

92 WEDNESDAY AM :40 AM Coating Wear Performance of REACH Compliant Trivalent Chromium Hard Chrome: Timothy Hall ; George Bokisa ; Maria Inman ; Rajeswaran Radhakrishnan ; Jing Xu ; E Taylor ; Stephen Snyder ; Mark Feathers 3 ; Faraday Technology Inc.; Coventya ; 3 U.S. Army Aviation and Missle Command 9:00 AM Corrosion and Wear Resistance Amorphous Thermal Sprayed Coatings: Evelina Vogli ; John Kang ; Ricardo Salas ; LiquidMetal Group Holdings, Inc. 9:0 AM Investigating Gas Foil Bearing Coating Behavior in Environments Relevant to S-CO Power System Turbo-machinery: Matthew Walker ; Alan Kruizenga ; Darryn Fleming ; Sandia National Laboratories (Livermore); Sandia National Laboratories (Albuquerque) 9:40 AM Electrodeposited Inconel and Stellite like Coatings for Improved Corrosion Resistance in Biocombustors: Timothy Hall ; Santosh Vijapur ; E Taylor ; Maria Inman ; Michael Brady ; Faraday Technology Inc.; ORNL 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Influence of Rapid Solidification on the Thermophysical Properties and Surface Analyses of Laser Deposited Al-Sn-Si Coatings on Ti-6Al-4V Alloy: Olawale Fatoba ; Eliabeth Makhatha ; Esther Akinlabi ; University of Johannesburg 0:40 AM Life Extension of RA60CA by Aluminizing in a Gas Carburizing Furnace: Anbo Wang ; Haixuan Yu ; Richard Sisson, Jr. ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute :00 AM Tribology of Nanostructured Metals: Connecting Transitions in Surface Structure and Wear Rate: Timothy Rupert ; University of California, Irvine :0 AM Quantification of the Interaction between Metal Substrates and Protective Coatings Systems under Ambient and Exposed Conditions: Kevin Sylvester ; Mark McMillen ; Tianna Ibea ; Kar Tean Tan ; Peter Votruba-Drzal ; Justin Martin ; PPG Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Session IV Program Organizers: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Charles Enloe, General Motors; Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc Wednesday AM Room: 406 October, 07 Session Chairs: Whitney Poling, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Singon Kang, POSTECH :00 AM Mechanical and Microstructural Characterization of Spiral Sub-merged Arc Welded X-0 Line Pipes: Ashish Singh ; Pushpendra Mahida ; Welspun Tubular LLC :0 AM New FCAW Electrodes for Producing Ultra-clean Welds in High Strength Low Alloy Steel: Susan Fiore ; Hobart Brothers Company :40 AM Tempering Response of Isothermally Transformed Bainitic Microstructures: Igor Vieira ; Don Williamson ; Emmanuel De Moor ; Colorado School of Mines 9:00 AM The Effects of Cr and Ni Contents and Heat Treatment on Mechanical Properties of a Medium Carbon Secondary Hardening Steel: Yu Lin ; Ziheng Wu ; Justin Kim ; Warren Garrison ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:0 AM Understanding Loss of High Strength Steel during Tempering: A Process of Recovery: Bij-Na Kim ; David San Martin ; Pedro Rivera-Diaz-del-Castillo 3 ; TU Delft; CENIM-CSIC; 3 University of Cambridge 9:40 AM The Effects of Heating Rates on the Tempering of 440 Steel: Xiaoqing Cai ; Richard Sisson ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Development of Mechanistic Long-term Creep Models for P9 Steels: Jifeng Zhao ; Jiadong Gong ; Greg Olson ; Abhinav Saboo ; QuesTek Innovations LLC 0:40 AM Effect of TMCP Steel Microalloying on Weld Metal Toughness: Nate McVicker ; Badri Narayanan ; Lincoln Electric :00 AM A Novel Gradient Temperature Rolling Technique for Heavy/Ultra Heavy Steel Plate with High Strength: Baosheng Xie ; Qingwu Cai ; Yang Yun ; Xu Chen ; University of Science and Technology Beijing :0 AM Significant Influence of Carbon and Niobium on the Precipitation Behavior and Microstructural Evolution and their Consequent Impact on Mechanical Properties in Microalloyed Steels: VV Natarajan ; VSA Challa ; Devesh Misra ; DM Sidorenko ; MD Mullholland ; M Manohar ; JE Hartmann ; University of Texas at El Paso; ArcelorMittal Global R&D Center Advancements in In-situ Electron Microscopy Characterization II Composites and Simulations Program Organizers: Yue Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Nan Li, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Khalid Hattar, Sandia National Laboratories; T. John Balk, University of Kentucky; Josh Kacher, Georgia Tech Wednesday AM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Yue Liu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Jie Jian, Purdue University :00 AM Invited In Situ TEM Nanoindentation Studies on Plastic Behaviors of Ceramics: Jie Jian ; Joon Hwan Lee ; Yue Liu 3 ; Amiya Mukherjee 4 ; Xinghang Zhang ; Haiyan Wang ; Purdue University; Texas A&M University; 3 Shanghai Jiao Tong University; 4 University of California, Davis 9

93 :30 AM Invited Transformations of Dislocation Structures at Nodes in Semi-coherent Interfaces: Shuai Shao ; Firas Akasheh ; Jian Wang 3 ; Louisiana State University; Tuskegee University; 3 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 9:00 AM Lorentz TEM Simulation of Evolving Dzyaloshinskii Domain Wall Structure under In-Plane Magnetic Fields: Maxwell Li ; Marc De Graef ; Vincent Sokalski ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:0 AM Analysis of Phase Identification and Strain Measurement of TRIP-aided Mutiphase Steel Using In-Situ EBSD Tensile Test: Kyung Il Kim ; Yeonju Oh ; Joo-Hee Kang ; Sungil Kim 3 ; Seok Jong Seo 3 ; Kyuhwan Oh ; Heung Nam Han ; Seoul National University; Korea Institute of Material Science; 3 POSCO 9:40 AM Single and Cyclic Deformation Responses in Nano-laminate Crystalline/ Glassy Metal Composites: Qianying Guo ; Christopher Barr ; Khalid Hattar ; Gregory Thompson ; The University of Alabama; Sandia National Laboratories Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices Piezoelectrics/Ferroelectrics Program Organizers: Amar Bhalla, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Ruyan Guo, The University of Texas at San Antonio; K. M. Nair, E.I.duPont de Nemours & Co, Inc; Danilo Suvorov, Jožef Stefan Institute; Rick Ubic, Boise State University Wednesday AM Room: 33 October, 07 Session Chairs: Amar Bhalla, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Rick Ubic, Iowa State Univ :40 AM Invited Topochemical Conversion under Hydrothermal Conditions as a Route for the Preparation of Anisotropic Perovskite Particles: Danilo Suvorov ; Marjeta Macek Kržmanc ; Alja Contala ; Hana Uršic ; Jožef Stefan Institute 9:00 AM Relaxor Ferroelectric and Antiferroelectric Materials as Dielectric Coolants: Bouchra Asbani ; Brigita Rozic ; Hana Ursic ; Mimoun El Marssi ; Rasa Pirc ; Jurij Koruza; Barbara Malic ; Zdravko Kutnjak ; University of Picardie Jules Verne; Jozef Stefan Institute 9:0 AM Crystal Structure, Ferroelectricity and Polar Order in Ba4RZr4Nb6O30 (R=La, Nd, Sm) Tetragonal Tungsten Bronze New System: Xiaoli Zhu ; Wen Bin Feng ; Xiao Qiang Liu ; Xiang Ming Chen ; Zhejiang University 9:40 AM Construction of Different Shaped Ferroelectric Filler and Its Effect on Dielectric Properties of Composite Materials: Jing Fu ; Yudong Hou ; Mupeng Zheng ; College of Materials Science and Engineering, Beijing University of Technology 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Phase-field Model of Ferroelectric Domain Dynamics under Ultrafast Stimuli: Tiannan Yang ; Zijian Hong ; Jiamian Hu ; Hirofumi Akamatsu ; Venkatraman Gopalan ; Long-Qing Chen ; The Pennsylvania State University; Kyushu University Boron, Boron Coatings, Boron Compounds and Boron Nanomaterials: Structure, Properties, Processing, and Applications Novel Synthesis & Coatings Program Organizers: Jens Kunstmann, TU Dresden; Roumiana Petrova, New Jersey Institute of Tech; Scott Beckman, Washington State University Wednesday AM Room: 330 October, 07 Session Chair: Scott Beckman, Washington State University :00 AM Invited Borohydrides as Fundamental Precusors for Boride Materials: Mark Roll ; Lillian Malloy ; University of Idaho :40 AM Invited Understanding Crystal Growth in Lanthanum Hexaboride: Tracy Mattox ; Jeffrey Urban ; Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory 9:0 AM Invited Metal Hexaboride Restructuring via Lithiation Chemistry: Tina Salguero ; Roshini Ramachandran ; The University of Georgia 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Boron Nitride Based Coatings Obtained through Thermal Diffusion Process: Eugene Medvedovski ; Endurance Technologies Inc. 0:40 AM Invited Plasma Electrolytic Boronitriding and Nitriding of Steel: Linxin Zhu ; Roumiana Petrova ; New Jersey Institute of Technology :00 AM Establishment of the Relationship between the Microstructure Characteristics and the Heat Resistance of Silicate Coatings Obtained under SHS Conditions: Borys Sereda ; Dmytro Sereda ; DSTU; Zaporizhzhzya State Engineering Academy Ceramic-based Optical Materials and Advanced Processing Session II Program Organizers: Yiquan Wu, Alfred University; Jas Sanghera, Naval Research Laboratory; Michael Squillante, RMD, Inc; Akio Ikesue, World-Lab. Co., Ltd Wednesday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jonathan Salem, NASA; Javier Garay, University of California, San Diego :00 AM Invited Advanced Functional Fibers: Guang-Ming (Derek) Tao ; University of Central Florida :0 AM Invited Advanced Nanocomposite Ceramics for IR Solid State Lasers: A Series of Unfortunate Trade-offs: Victoria Blair ; Zackery Fleischman ; Nicholas Ku ; Army Research Laboratory; ORISE WEDNESDAY AM 93

94 WEDNESDAY AM :40 AM Designing Transparent Ceramics for Electro-optic and Magneto-optic Light Manipulation: Javier Garay ; University of California San Diego 9:00 AM Effect of SiO and MgO on the Sintering of High Density Bulk YIG Ceramics: Matthew Julian ; Clay French ; Romain Gaume ; University of Central Florida 9:0 AM Microstructure Evolution of Europium Doped Magnesium Aluminate Spinel: Amanda Krause ; Carlen Donahue ; Animesh Kundu ; Richard Vinci ; Martin Harmer ; Lehigh University 9:40 AM High Transparency Cr,Nd:LuAG Ceramics Prepared with MgO Additive: Pande Zhang ; Benxue Jiang ; Long Zhang ; Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Transparent Nanocomposite Ceramics for Eye-safe Lasers and Phosphor Hosts: Ho Jin Ma ; Wook Ki Jung ; Youngtae Park ; Do Kyung Kim ; Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) 0:40 AM Towards the Fabrication of Ba(Zr0.5Mg0.5Ta0.5)O3 Ceramics by Oxygen Controlled Sintering: Xianqiang Chen ; Yin Liu ; Yiquan Wu ; Alfred University :00 AM Role of Atomic-level Defects and Electronic Energy Loss on Amorphization in LiNbO3 Single Crystals: Neila Sellami ; Miguel Crespillo ; Haizhou Xue ; Yanwen Zhang ; William Weber ; Materials Science and Technology Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Tennessee :0 AM Microstructure, Optical, and Scintillation Properties of Ce:GdYAlGa3O Transparent Ceramics: Benxue Jiang ; Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials II Program Organizers: Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University; Kathy Lu, Virginia Tech; Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne; Edward Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory; Haitao Zhang, UNC Charlotte; Kejie Zhao, Purdue University; Hidehiro Kamiya, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Wednesday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Funding support provided by: MilliporeSigma Session Chair: Edward Gorzkowski, Navy Research Lab :00 AM A Computational Approach to Generate Amorphous Carbon Models Using Reactive Molecular Dynamics: Raghavan Ranganathan ; Srujan Rokkam ; Tapan Desai 3 ; Pawel Keblinski 4 ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Advanced Cooling Technologies Inc.; 3 JLC Electromet Pvt Ltd; 4 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute :0 AM Invited Ferret: an Open-source Code for Simulating Thermodynamical Evolution and Phase Transformations in Complex Materials Systems at Mesoscale: Serge Nakhmanson ; University of Connecticut 9:00 AM Activation Energy for Crystallization of Nanocrystalline Exchange Coupled Alloys: Jonathan Healy ; Bowen Dong ; Maria Daniil ; Matthew Willard ; Case Western Reserve University; Bard Early College High School 9:0 AM Centrifuge-aided Micromolding of Micron- and Submicron-sized Patterns: Hongfei Ju ; Kaijie Ning ; Kathy Lu ; Virginia Tech 9:40 AM Invited Integration of Dissimilar Nanophase Materials in 3D Nanocomposites: Applications in Magnetism: Javier Garay ; University of California San Diego 0:0 AM Break 0:40 AM Imprint Lithography of ZnO-PMMA Hybrids: Kathy Lu ; Michelle Gervasio ; Virginia Tech :00 AM Magnetic and Structural Properties of Ball-milled Nanocrystalline Fe77Co5.5Ni5.5Zr7B4Cu Soft Magnetic Powders: Anthony Martone ; Bowen Dong ; Som Thomas ; Donglu Shi ; Matthew Willard ; Case Western Reserve University; The University of Cincinnati :0 AM in-situ Synthesized CdS Nanowire Photosensor for Chemiluminescence Biosensors: Jae-Chul Pyun ; Hong-Rae Kim ; Yonsei University :40 AM Nanoporous Silicon Oxycarbide Fibers: Poroshat Taheri ; Peter Kroll ; University of Texas Arlington 94

95 Data and Tools for Materials Discovery and Design Data Science Methods in Materials Discovery and Development I Program Organizers: Zi-Kui Liu, The Pennsylvania State University; David McDowell, Georgia Institute of Technology; Carelyn Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Laura Bartolo, Northwestern University; Bryce Meredig, Citrine Informatics; Mark Tschopp, Army Research Laboratory; Dane Morgan, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Afina Lupulescu, ASM International Wednesday AM Room: 33 October, 07 Session Chairs: Surya Kalidindi, Georgia Tech; Bryce Mercedig, Citrine Informatics :00 AM Keynote Approaching the Fundamental Speed Limit of Materials Innovation: Bryce Meredig ; Citrine Informatics :40 AM Invited Bellerophon Environment for Analysis of Materials (BEAM), A High Performance Computing Link to Understanding Material Properties: Alex Belianinov ; Eric Lingerfelt ; Stephen Jesse ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 9:00 AM Invited Facilitating Discovery of Materials Resources with NIST s Federated Registry System: Laura Bartolo ; Chandler Becker ; Benjamin Blaiszik 3 ; Ian Foster 4 ; Northwestern University; National Institute of Standards and Technology; 3 University of Chicago/Argonne National Laboratory; 4 Argonne National Laboratory/University of Chicago 9:0 AM Invited Machine Learning Strategies to Guide Materials Discovery: Rampi Ramprasad ; University of Connecticut 9:40 AM Invited NIST Alloys Thermophysical Property Data Development: Erik Pfeif ; Boris Wilthan ; Vladimir Diky ; Scott Townsend ; Andrei Kazakov ; Kroenlein Kenneth ; NIST 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Data Analytics for Mining Process-Structure-property Linkages for Hierarchical Materials: Surya Kalidindi ; Georgia Institute of Technology 0:40 AM Efficient Protocols for Ranking the Transition Fatigue Performance of Polycrystalline Materials: Noah Paulson ; Matthew Priddy ; David McDowell ; Surya Kalidindi ; Georgia Institute of Technology; Mississippi State University :00 AM An Analytical Micromechanical Model Solution for Twin Nucleation in Hexagonal Close-packed Metals: Yub Raj Paudel ; Christopher Barrett ; Mark Tschopp ; Kaan Inal 3 ; Haitham El Kadiri ; Mississippi State University; Army Research Laboratory; 3 University of Waterloo Design, Processing, and Development of Structural Materials Alloys for Power and Energy Program Organizers: Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Mitra Taheri, Drexel University Wednesday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Kyle Rozman, National Energy Technology Laboratory; Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory :00 AM Invited Achieving Superior Performance in the Oil and Gas Industry Using Innovative Materials Solutions: Neeraj Thirumalai ; Srinivasan Rajagopalan ; Howie Jin ; ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Company :40 AM Effect of Carbon Content in Cast IN740 for Advanced Power Generation Applications: Kyle Rozman ; Martin Detrois ; Paul Jablonski ; Jeffery Hawk ; NETL 9:00 AM The Impact of Dynamic Normal Grain Growth on Texture Development in an Interstitial-free Steel: Ryann Rupp ; Eric Taleff ; The University of Texas at Austin 9:0 AM Some Effects of V/(V+Ti) in TRIP and BH Steels: Lin Li ; Hu Jiang ; Yan Lin ; Wen Shi ; Mei Zhang ; Shanghai University 9:40 AM The Fundamental Thermodynamic Investigation on the Grade 9 Alloy: Andrew Smith ; Wei Zhang ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Decorating Defects with Segregating Dopants to Tailor Mechanical Properties: Timothy Rupert ; University of California, Irvine 0:40 AM Invited Relating Sink Efficiency to Interface Properties in Irradiated Materials: Blas Uberuaga ; Los Alamos National Laboratory :0 AM A Comprehensive Study of Hydrogen Behaviors at Grain Boundaries of Al: William Yi Wang ; Chengxiong Zou ; Deye Lin ; Liang Zhang 3 ; Jijun Ma 4 ; Quanmei Guan 4 ; Jing Sun 4 ; Jianying Hou 4 ; Ying Zhang ; Bin Tang ; Jun Wang ; Hongchao Kou ; Jinshan Li ; Northwestern Polytechnical University; Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics; 3 Shanghai Research Institute of Materials; 4 CRRC Tangshan Co., Ltd. :40 AM Invited The Role of Pipe Diffusion in the Stability of Low Angle Grain Boundaries: Yejun Gu ; Yang Xiang ; David Srolovitz ; Jaafar El-Awady ; Johns Hopkins University WEDNESDAY AM 95

96 WEDNESDAY AM Emerging Interconnect and Pb-free Materials for Advanced Packaging Technology Session I Program Organizers: Albert T. Wu, National Central University; Carol Handwerker, Purdue University; Fiqiri Hodaj, Grenoble Institute of Technology Wednesday AM Room: 336 October, 07 Session Chairs: Albert T Wu, National Central University; Carol Handwerker, Purdue University :00 AM Invited Development of Pb-Free Solders and Other Joining Materials to Replace High-Pb Hierarchical Solders: Iver Anderson ; Stephanie Choquette ; Kathlene Reeves 3 ; Carol Handwerker 3 ; Ames Laboratory, Iowa State University; Iowa State University; 3 Purdue University :40 AM Sintering Properties of Ag Pastes on Various Electroplated Au Substrates: Hao Zhang ; Taikun Fan ; Hao Zhang ; Caifu Li ; Jianxin Wang ; Shijo Nagao ; Katsuaki Suganuma ; The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research (ISIR) Osaka University; Jiangsu University of Science and Technology 9:00 AM Model Construction for Predicting Effects of Microstructural Morphologies in Sintered Ag Layer on the Joint Strength: Kohei Nakanishi ; Adrian Lis ; Tomoki Matsuda ; Tomokazu Sano ; Akio Hirose ; Hiroaki Tatsumi ; Yoshihiro Kashiba ; Osaka University; Mitsubishi Electric Corporation 9:0 AM Enhancing Bonding Property of Cu Particles Paste by Adding Organic Acid: Yue Gao ; Jinting Jiu ; Chuantong Chen ; Toshiyuki Ishina ; Tohru Sugahara ; Shijo Nagao ; Katsuaki Suganuma ; Osaka university Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research; Senju Metal Co., Ltd. 9:40 AM Phase separation of Cu(Ti) bonds for chip-level 3D IC packaging: Albert T. Wu ; Po Chen Lin ; National Central University 0:00 AM Mechanical Properties Of A Cu-Ni/Sn High Temperature Pb-Free Composite Solder Paste: Stephanie Choquette ; Iver Anderson ; Ames Lab Failure Analysis and Prevention Tools & Techniques Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Wednesday AM Room: 407 October, 07 Session Chairs: Aaron Tanzer, Exova; Jonathan Trenkle, Exponent Inc; Aaron Slager, Bell Helicopter Textron; Andrew Havics, ph, LLC :00 AM Engineering Analysis of Failure: A Determination of Cause Method: Mark Russell ; Tim Jur ; Engineering Design & Testing Corp :0 AM Lessons Learned in Engineering Design, Manufacturing, and Construction from 50 Years of Failure Experience: Bill O Donnell ; O Donnell Consulting Engineers :40 AM From Products Development to Service Failure Analysis at Parker Hannifin Corporation: Yindong Ge ; Jacob Napolitan ; Douglas Deleandro ; Parker Hannifin Corp. 9:00 AM It s Elemental: Misuse and Pitfalls of EDS Analysis: Aaron Tanzer ; Jacek Zlamaniec ; Exova 9:0 AM Three-dimensional Surface Imaging with a Dual Beam Microscope: David Schoen ; Nathan Bailey ; Exponent, Inc. 9:40 AM Non-Traditional Techniques in Materials Failure Analysis: Michael Budinski ; National Transportation Safety Board 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Failure Assessment of a Resistance Weld Electrode: Paul Korinko ; Anthony McWilliams ; Matthew Van Swol ; Savannah River National Laboratory 0:40 AM In-situ Fatigue Life Analysis of Steel Using Modal Acoustic Emission and Electrical Resistivity Techniques: Sulochana Shrestha ; Manigandan Kannan ; Michael Presby ; Yogesh Singh ; Gregory Morscher ; The University of Akron :00 AM Remaining Life Assessment of Long Term Service Exposed Boiler Component: Dwarka Sahu ; O.P.Jindal Institute of Technology :0 AM Quantification of Optical Functionality Loss Due to Mechanical Damage: Simon Lockyer-Bratton ; David Schoen ; Erwin Lau ; Lucas Berla ; Evan Brown ; Exponent :40 AM Materials For Advanced UltraSuperCritical Steam Turbine Applications: Philip Maziasz ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization II Program Organizers: Ryan Deacon, United Technologies Research Center; Daniel Dennies, Consulting Metallurgical Engineer; George Vander Voort, Consultant - Struers Inc Wednesday AM Room: 409 October, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 AM A Metallographic Study on the Diffusion Behavior and Microstructural Transformations in Silicon-containing Powder Metallurgy Steels: Thomas Murphy ; Christopher Schade ; Hoeganaes Corporation 96

97 :0 AM Oxidation Behavior of Tungsten Carbide-6% Cobalt Cemented Carbide: Chris Bagnall ; Jerry Capo ; Walter Moorhead ; MCS Associates, Inc.; Product Evaluation Systems,Inc 9:00 AM Microanalysis of Microscopy Evaluation of Mechanical Property Changes due to Low Temperature Thermal Treatment of a Steel: Daniel Dennies ; DMS, Inc. 9:0 AM Next Step in Complex Microstructure Classification How to Replace Subjective Expert Bias by 3D Information and Autonomous Procedures?: Frank Muecklich ; Dominik Britz ; Jessica Pauly ; Saarland University; Materials Engineering Center Saarland 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Proclamation, Publication and Progress: Mac Louthan ; Savannah River National Laboratories :00 AM Failure of a Reformer Furnace by Surge : Iain Le May ; Mario Nascimento ; Luiz Henrique de Almeida 3 ; Tito da Silveira 4 ; Consultant; COOPE/UFRJ; 3 UFRJ; 4 UFRJ/TSEC :40 AM Metallographic Analysis of KAB Nanostructured Steels: Peter Kirbiš ; Tatjana Pirtošek ; Ivan Anžel ; Mihael Bruncko ; SIJ Metal Ravne d.d.; University of Maribor, Slovenia Gas/Metal Reactions, Diffusion and Phase Transformation during Heat Treatment of Steel Session I Program Organizers: Liang He, Air Products and Chemicals Inc.; Xuekun Li, Tsinghua University; Daniel Baker, General Motors Wednesday AM Room: 404 October, 07 Session Chair: Lei Zhang, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 9:00 AM Enhancement to the Modeling of the Carbon Concentration and Microhardness Profiles in Carburized Steel: Lei Zhang ; Richard Sisson ; WPI 9:0 AM Carbon-Fraction Depth Profiles in Low-temperature Carburized Steel: Ji Xia ; Zhen Li ; Kevin Abbasi ; Frank Ernst ; CWRU 9:40 AM Surface Engineering of IN-7 by Low-temperature Carburization: Zhen Li ; Thangadurai Paramasivam ; Wei Niu ; Xun Zhan ; Gwendolyn Bracker ; Robert Lillard ; Stuart Maloy 3 ; Harold Kahn ; Frank Ernst ; Arthur Heuer ; Case Western Reserve University; University of Akron; 3 Los Alamos National Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Precipitation of Ti-C-N Particles in Austenite during Cooling Process of High-Ti Microalloyed Steel: Lintao Gui ; Dengfu Chen ; Peng Liu ; Hengsong Yu ; Tao Liu ; Mujun Long ; Huamei Duan ; Junsheng Cao ; Chongqing University 0:40 AM Reaction between MnO-SiO -FeO Inclusion and Steel Matrix Deoxidized by Si and Mn at Different Heat Treatment Temperatures: Xueliang Zhang ; Shufeng Yang ; Weihua Zhang ; Jingshe Li ; Shuo Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing :00 AM Identification of the Important Material and Process Parameters that Control Distortion and Residual Stress in Heat Treatment: Haixuan Yu ; Yuan Lu ; Richard Sisson ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute Innovative Processing and Synthesis of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites Ceramic Processing I Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Takashi Goto, Tohoku University Wednesday AM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chairs: Takashi Goto, Tohoku University; Gregory Thompson, University of Alabama :00 AM Invited High Performance of Ceramics and Manufacturing Process Innovation: Yoshio Sakka ; NIMS :40 AM Invited Eutectic Ceramic Composite by Directional Solidification: Takashi Goto ; Kishin Morita ; Hirokazu Katsui ; Tohoku University 9:0 AM Infiltration of Precursors into Fiber Beds for PIP-derived CMCs: Natalie Larson ; Frank Zok ; University of California, Santa Barbara 9:40 AM In-situ XCT of Crack Evolution during Pyrolysis of PIP-derived CMCs: Natalie Larson ; Frank Zok ; University of California, Santa Barbara 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Ceramic Composites with 3D Contiguous Graphene Foam Reinforcement: Cheng Zhang ; Pranjal Nautiyal ; Benjamin Boesl ; Arvind Agarwal ; Florida International University 0:40 AM Synthesis of and Size Effects in Dense Truly Nanocrystalline Ceramics with Grain Sizes Well Below 50nm: James Wollmershauser ; Boris Feigelson ; Heonjune Ryou ; John Drazin ; Edward Gorzkowski ; Kathyrn Wahl ; U.S. Naval Research Laboratory; ASEE at U.S. Naval Research Laboratory :00 AM Additive Manufacture of Ceramics Using Direct Coagulation: Tucker Hensen ; Troy Holland ; Colorado State University WEDNESDAY AM 97

98 WEDNESDAY AM :0 AM Laser Shock Processing of Polycrystalline Alumina Ceramics: Bai Cui ; Fei Wang ; Xueliang Yan ; Chenfei Zhang ; Yongfeng Lu ; Michael Nastasi ; University of Nebraska Lincoln :40 AM Process-structure Mapping of SiC Fibers by Hyperbaric Pressure Laser Assisted CVD: Katherine Vinson ; James Maxwell ; Jimmy Allen ; Gregory Thompson ; University of Alabama; Dynetics Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Interfaces and Polycrystals; Interface Kinetics I Program Organizers: Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University; John Blendell, Purdue University; Wayne Kaplan, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Wednesday AM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Douglas Medlin, Sandia National Laboratories; David McComb, Ohio State University; Yuri Mishin, George Mason University; Bryan Huey, University of Connecticut :00 AM Keynote Evolution in Grain Shapes and Sizes in Polycrystalline Ni during Grain Growth: Aditi Bhattacharya ; Christopher Hefferan ; Shiu Fai Li ; Jonathan Lind ; Robert Suter ; Gregory Rohrer ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 AM Invited The Role of Surfaces and Interfaces in Yttrium-doped Barium Zirconate with Nickel: Ivar Reimanis ; Colorado School of Mines 9:00 AM 3D Non-destructive Shape and Orientation Resolved Grain Mapping in Polycrystalline Silicon Using Laboratory Diffraction Contrast Tomography: Ashwin Shahani ; Hrishikesh Bale ; Nicolas Gueninchault 3 ; Arno Merkle ; Erik Lauridsen 3 ; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Carl Zeiss Microscopy Inc.; 3 Xnovo Technology ApS 9:0 AM Invited Low Annealing Twin Fractions in 3D Printed Metals: Anthony Rollett ; Samikshya Subedi ; Shuchen Cong ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:40 AM Invited Grain Growth in Electric Field in Perovskites: Defects, Space Charge and Their Impact on Boundary Migration: Wolfgang Rheinheimer ; Jan Preusker ; Jana Karras ; Roger de Souza ; Michael Hoffmann ; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; RWTH Aachen University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Keynote Atomistic Simulations on Grain Boundary Migration: Sherri Hadian ; Blazej Grabowski ; Christopher Race ; Jörg Neugebauer ; Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung; University of Manchester 0:40 AM Invited Kinetics of Phase Boundary Migration in Intercalation Compounds: Ming Tang ; Rice University :00 AM Trends in Grain Boundary Mobility with Varied Stress State: Derek Lontine ; Oliver Johnson ; Brigham Young University, US Synthetic Corp; Brigham Young University :0 AM The Role of Disconnections at General Grain Boundaries in Grain Boundary Motion: Hadas Sternlicht ; Wolfgang Rheinheimer ; Alex Mehlmann ; Avner Rothchild ; Michael Hoffmann ; Wayne Kaplan ; Technion; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology International Symposium on Ceramic Matrix Composites CMC I Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Jacques Lamon, CNRS; Sung Choi, Naval Air Systems Command Wednesday AM Room: 36 October, 07 Session Chairs: Frank Zok, University of California, Santa Barbara; Marina Ruggles-Wrenn, Air Force Institute of Technology :00 AM Invited Exploiting the Full Potential of SiC Fibers: Processing, Protection and Performance of CMCs: Frank Zok ; University of California, Santa Barbara :40 AM Invited Damage and Failure of SiC Fiber Tows during Environment Activated Slow Crack Growth: Residual Behavior and Strength-probability-time Diagrams: Jacques Lamon ; Mohamed R Mili ; CNRS; University of Lyon 9:0 AM Invited SiC Fiber Oxidation in Si(OH)4 Saturated Steam: Randall Hay ; Air Force Research Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Fatigue of Three Advanced SiC/SiC Ceramic Matrix Composites at 00 C Air and in Steam: Marina Ruggles-Wrenn ; Air Force Institute of Technology :00 AM Life Limiting Behavior in Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs) Under Interlaminar Shear: Luis Sanchez ; Nesredin Kedir ; David Faucett ; Cajer Gong ; Sung Choi ; NAVAIR :0 AM High Temperature Creep of HfB -based UHTCs: Eugenio Zapata-Solvas ; Diego Gomez-Garcia ; Arturo Dominguez-Rodriguez ; Bill Lee ; Imperial College London; Universidad de Sevilla 9

99 International Symposium on Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena Anion Transport Program Organizers: Tatsuya Kawada, Tohoku University; Manfred Martin, RWTH Aachen University; Sangtae Kim, University of California, Davis Wednesday AM Room: 4 October, 07 Session Chairs: Han-Ill Yoo, Seoul National University; Hitoshi Takamura, Tohoku University :00 AM Invited Defect Ordering Phenomena in Bi -x Sr x FeO 3-x/ : Yuto Tomura ; Itaru Oikawa ; Hitoshi Takamura ; Tohoku University :40 AM Invited Five Decades of Research in Oxide Ion Conductors in Fluorite Structure: What Can We Conclude?: Thuy Linh Pham ; Tai-Joo Chung ; Martin Lerch 3 ; Jong Kook Lee 4 ; Ji-Won Son 5 ; Jong-Ho Lee 5 ; Ji Haeng Yu 6 ; Jong-Sook Lee ; Chonnam National University; Andong National University; 3 Technische Universität Berlin; 4 Chosun University; 5 Korea Institute of Science and Technology; 6 Korea Institute of Energy Research 9:0 AM Invited Limits to the Rate of Oxygen Transport in Mixed-conducting Oxides: Roger De Souza ; RWTH Aachen University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited A Novel Method to Measure the Chemical Diffusivity of a Mixed-conducting Compound: Han-Ill Yoo ; Seoul National University :00 AM Nonstoichiometric BaBiO 3-δ Ceramics: Phase Transition and Conduction Mechanism Revealed by AC Response: Dang Thanh Nguyen ; Hung Tai Nguyen ; Jong-Sook Lee ; Chonnam National University :0 AM Redox Behavior of Acceptor-doped TiO Thin Films Prepared by Pulsed Laser Deposition: Akihiro Ishii ; Itaru Oikawa ; Hitoshi Takamura ; Tohoku university Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XIX) Welding Metallurgy Program Organizers: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University; Mathieu Brochu, McGill University; Anming Hu, University of Tennessee; Darren Barborak, AZZ WSI; Akio Hirose, Osaka University; Peng He, Harbin Insitute of Technology; Zhiyong Gu, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Vikas Patel, ArcelorMittal USA Wednesday AM Room: 36 October, 07 Session Chairs: Carolin Fink, The Ohio State University; Doris Ivette Villalobos-Vera, Instituto Tecnológico de Veracruz :00 AM Numerical Simulation of Hydrogen Distribution during Multi-pass Welding for Reduced Activation Ferritic/martensitic Steel FH: Hiroaki Mori ; Kohei Hatoya ; Kento Kawauchi ; Taichiro Kato ; Takanori Hirose ; Hiroyasu Tanigawa ; Osaka University; National Institute for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology :0 AM Microstructure, Toughness and Cold Cracking Tendency of 00 MPa Weld Metal: Yun Peng ; Xingna Peng ; Zhiling Tian ; China Iron & Steel Research Institute Group :40 AM Liquid Metal Embrittlement of Zn Coated Advanced High Strength Steel Welds: Andrew Macwan ; Elliot Biro ; Y. Norman Zhou ; University of Waterloo; Arcelor Mittal Dofasco 9:00 AM Influence of Titanium on Microstructures and Toughness in Simulated Coarse Grained Heat Affected Zone for Titanium Micro-alloyed Steel with Different Heat Inputs: Junsheng Cao ; Mujun Long ; Wenjie He ; Tao Liu ; Lintao Gui ; Dengfu Chen ; Huamei Duan ; Xinhong Du ; Chongqing University 9:0 AM Femtosecond Laser Peening without a Sacrificial Overlay under Atmospheric Conditions for Improving Fatigue Properties of Laser-welded and FSWed 04 Aluminum Alloys: Tomokazu Sano ; Takayuki Eimura ; Akio Hirose ; Seiichiro Tsutsumi ; Yousuke Kawahito ; Seiji Katayama ; Kazuto Arakawa ; Hisashi Hori 3 ; Kiyotaka Masaki 4 ; Ayumi Shiro 5 ; Takahisa Shobu 6 ; Osaka University; Shimane University; 3 Nippon Light Metal Company, Ltd.; 4 National Institute of Technology, Okinawa College; 5 QST; 6 Japan Atomic Energy Agency 9:40 AM Numerical Prediction of Penetration Shapes in MIG Welding of Aluminum Alloy Joints: Hisashi Serizawa ; Shingo Sato ; Fumikazu Miyasaka ; Osaka University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Characterization of Cracking in Nickel-based Alloy Overlays: Samuel Luther ; Boian Alexandrov ; The Ohio State University 0:40 AM Evaluation of Ductility-dip Cracking Susceptibility in Alloy 690 Laser Multipass Weld Metal by Cross-bead Longitudinal-Varestraint test: Tomo Ogura ; Yusuke Morikawa ; Kazuyoshi Saida ; Osaka University WEDNESDAY AM 99

100 WEDNESDAY AM :00 AM Effect of Selective Element Vaporization on the Solidification and Cracking Response of 304L Stainless Steel Alloys with Controlled Levels of Manganese: Jason Berger ; Jeff Rodelas ; João Oliveira ; Antonio Ramirez ; Sandia National Laboratories; The Ohio State University :0 AM Effect of Secondary Phases on the Corrosion Resistance of Hyperduplex Stainless Steel: Doris Ivette Villalobos Vera ; Instituto Tecnológico de Veracruz :40 AM Effect of Alloying Elements on the Weldability of Austenitic Stainless Steel SA 40 Type 304L: Muhammad Kamran ; Ayyaze Aslam ; Tahir Ahmad ; Muhammad Manzoor ; Fahad Riaz ; Faraz Hussain ; University of the Punjab Light Metals Alliance: Light Metals Technology 07 Light Metals Technology: Aluminum - Product Development Program Organizers: Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Kumar Sadayappan, Canmet MATERIALS; Frank Czerwinski, CanmetMATERIALS ; Brajendra Mishra, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Michael Bermingham, The University of Queensland; Wenjiang Ding, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Zhongyun Fan, Brunel University; Gonasagren Govender, The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) ; Karl Kainer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Andreas Kraly, LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH; Salem Seifeddine, Jönköping University; Bong Sun You, Korea Institute of Materials Science Wednesday AM Room: 45 October, 07 Session Chairs: Karl Kainer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Bong Sun You, Korea Institute of Materials Science :00 AM Effect of Co and Ni-Additions on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties at Room and Elevated Temperature of an Al-7%Si Alloy: Toni Bogdanoff ; Arne Dahle ; Salem Seifeddine ; Jönköpings University :0 AM Effect of Titanium Levels on the Castability and Abnormal Grain Growth after Heat Treatment of Al-Zn-Mg-Cu Alloys: Xiaochun Zeng ; Kumar Sadayappan ; Cassandra Ferguson ; Sumanth Shankar ; LMCRC - McMaster University; CanmetMaterials - Natural Resources Canada :40 AM Heat Treatment of Steel-Aluminum Hybrid Components: Sebastian Herbst ; Florian Nürnberger ; Institut für Werkstoffkunde, Leibniz Universität Hannover 9:00 AM Joining Automotive Steel and Aluminum Alloys with Vaporizing Foil Actuator Welding: Anupam Vivek ; Bert Liu ; Yu Mao ; Glenn Daehn ; The Ohio State University 9:0 AM Lightweight Aluminum Foams Tailoring Compressive Property through Relative Density Variation: Vasanth Chakravarthy Shunmugasamy ; Bilal Mansoor ; Texas A&M University at Qatar 9:40 AM Process Model for Hardness Prediction in Friction Stir Aluminum Welds: Olga Gopkalo ; Brad Diak ; Michael Booth ; Adrian Gerlich ; Queen s University; University of Waterloo 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Manufacturing Challenges for Aluminum Sheet in the Automotive Industry: Susan Hartfield-Wunsch ; General Motors 0:40 AM Warm Temperature (70-0 C) Uniaxial Compression of SiC Reinforced 4-Al MMCs: Zizo Gxowa ; Lesley Chown ; Gonasagren Govender ; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research(CSIR); University of the Witwatersrand :00 AM Understanding Grain Refinement of Aluminum: Xiaoming Wang ; Purdue University :0 AM Ultrafine-/Nano-laminated Structure Improving Mechanical Properties in an Al-Mg Alloy: Yaojun Lin ; Zhibo Liu ; Zhigang Yan ; Wuhan University of Technology; Yanshan University Light Metals Alliance: Light Metals Technology 07 Light Metals Technology: Titanium Program Organizers: Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Kumar Sadayappan, Canmet MATERIALS; Frank Czerwinski, CanmetMATERIALS ; Brajendra Mishra, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Michael Bermingham, The University of Queensland; Wenjiang Ding, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Zhongyun Fan, Brunel University; Gonasagren Govender, The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) ; Karl Kainer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Andreas Kraly, LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH; Salem Seifeddine, Jönköping University; Bong Sun You, Korea Institute of Materials Science Wednesday AM Room: 44 October, 07 Session Chairs: Michael Bermingham, The University of Queensland; Wenjiang Ding, Shanghai Jiao Tong University :00 AM Alloying Effects on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Ti-Fe- Al Based Lower Cost Cast Titanium Alloys: Jiashi Miao ; Zhi Liang ; Anil K. Sachdev ; Alan A. Luo ; James C. Williams ; The Ohio State University; General Motors :0 AM Boon for the Injured and Elderly: Optimization of Laser Processing Parameters to Improve Bio-Wettability of Ti-6Al-4V Alloys: Ashwin Kumar ; University of North Texas :40 AM Constitutive Response of a Near-alpha Titanium Alloy as a Function of Temperature and Strain Rate: Brian Gockel ; Anthony Rollett ; AFRL; Carnegie Mellon University 9:00 AM Metal Injection Moulding of Ti6Al7Nb Using a CSIR Custom Feedstock: Ronald Machaka ; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research 00

101 9:0 AM Solid Silver Embrittlement of Ti-6Al-Sn-4Zr-Mo Alloy: Jingjing Qing ; Mario Buchely ; David Van Aken ; Michael Walker ; Royle Juusola ; John Goethe ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; Spirit Aerosystems 9:40 AM Strain Hardening in Beta Annealed Ti-6Al-4V Alloy: Stephen Masete ; Kalenda Mutombo ; Roelf Mostert ; Charles Siyasiya ; CSIR 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Tensile Behavior and Microstructural Characteristics of Friction Stir Welded Butt Joints of Titanium Alloys: Laxminarayana Pappula ; Kapil Gangwara ; Ashok Kumar Uppari ; Ramulu M ; Osmania University 0:40 AM Effects of Heat-Treatment on the Microstructure of TiAl-Nb Produced with Laser Metal Deposition Technique: Monnamme Tlotleng ; Thabo Lengopeng ; Mandy Seerane ; Sisa Pityana ; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research :00 AM Microstructural and Physical Properties of Laser Cladding of Ti-Al Coatings on Ti6Al4V: Kehinde Sobiyi ; Esther Akinlabi ; University of Johannesburg Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Characterization Methods and Reactor Fuels Program Organizers: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory Wednesday AM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: James Cole, Idaho National Laboratory; Andrew Nelson, Los Alamos National Laboratory :00 AM Invited In situ High-Energy X-ray Characterization of Nuclear Reactor Materials: Meimei Li ; Xuan Zhang ; Chi Xu ; Jonathan Almer ; Jun-Sang Park ; Peter Kenesei ; Don Brown 3 ; Argonne National Laboratory; University of Florida; 3 LANL :0 AM Invited Advanced Characterization of Highly Irradiated Nuclear Fuel from a Commercial LWR: Philip Edmondson ; Chad Parish ; Tyler Gerczak ; Kurt Terrani ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :40 AM Atom Probe Tomography and Transmission Electron Microscopy Investigations of Nano-precipitate Nucleation in ODS FeCrAl Alloys: Caleb Massey ; Philip Edmondson ; Sebastien Dryepondt ; Kurt Terrani ; Steven Zinkle ; University of Tennessee; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 9:00 AM Effect of Cascade Mixing on a Precipitation in Irradiated Fe-Cr Alloys: Jia- Hong Ke ; Mukesh Bachhav ; Elaina Anderson ; Emmanuelle A. Marquis ; G. Robert Odette 3 ; Dane Morgan ; University of Wisconsin-Madison; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; 3 University of California, Santa Barbara 9:0 AM Determination of Phase Transformations and Microstructure Evolution of Zr-based Alloys during Thermal Processing: Clinique L. Brundidge ; John Seidensticker ; Tyler Tenkku ; Linda Rishel ; Richard Smith ; Naval Nuclear Laboratory 9:40 AM Invited Development and Qualification of a New Plate-type Low-enriched Uraniummolybdenum Fuel for High Power Research Reactors: James Cole ; Mitchell Meyer ; Barry Rabin ; Irina Glagolenko ; Warren Jones ; Jan-Fong Jue ; Dennis Keiser ; Carla Miller ; Glenn Moore ; Hakan Ozaltun ; Francine Rice ; Adam Robinson ; James Smith ; Daniel Wachs ; Walter Williams ; Nicholas Woolstenhulme ; Idaho National Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM U3Si Instability in Both Oxidizing and Reducing Atmospheres: Elizabeth Sooby Wood ; Joshua White ; Sarah Hernandez ; Andrew Nelson ; Los Alamos National Laboratory 0:40 AM Review of Technologies for Ocean Mining of Uranium: Allen Apblett ; Cory Perkins ; Oklahoma State University; Oregon State University :00 AM Powder Ageing and Sintering Of High Uranium Density Nuclear Fuels for Light Water Reactor Applications: Josh White ; Scott Parker ; Andrew Nelson ; Los Alamos National Laboratory :0 AM Microstructure Studies of U 3 Si Fuel Pellets Sintered in Argon vs. Vacuum Environment: Rita Hoggan ; Jason Harp ; Lingfeng He ; Idaho National Laboratory Materials Issues in Nuclear Waste Management Nuclear Waste Management Strategies Program Organizers: Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Tongan Jin, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Nathan Mellot, Michigan State University; Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin Madison; S.K. Sundaram, Alfred University Wednesday AM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chair: Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory :00 AM Invited A Brief History of the Contributions of D.T. Rankin and the D.T. Rankin Award Winners: Alex Cozzi ; Savannah River National Laboratory WEDNESDAY AM 0

102 WEDNESDAY AM :0 AM Efforts to Address Species of Concern in Nuclear Waste Management: Elizabeth Hoffman ; Bill Wilmarth ; Savannah River National Laboratory :40 AM Effect of Reducing Agents on Rhenium Retention and Feed Reactions during Melting of Low-activity Waste Glasses: Jaime George ; Dongsang Kim ; Michael Schweiger ; Albert Kruger ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Department of Energy Office of River Protection 9:00 AM Invited Enhanced Waste Glass Effort: Producing Desired Properties from a Broader Spectrum of Compositions: Albert Kruger ; David Peeler ; US Department of Energy; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 9:40 AM Sulfur Incorporation into Sodium Borosilicate Glasses: Jason Lonergan ; John McCloy ; Washington State University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Vitrification HLW Containing A High Concentration of Molybdenum: Nick Gribble ; UK National Nuclear Laboratory :00 AM Invited Stabilization and Solidification of Low Activity Waste and Secondary Wastes Arising from Treatment of Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing Wastes: David Swanberg ; WRPS Chief Technology Office Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Non-metals Program Organizers: Indrajit Dutta, Corning Incorporated; Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated Wednesday AM Room: 4 October, 07 Session Chair: Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated :00 AM Nanostructure as a Paradigm for Describing Carbon Structure, Interpreting Its Reactivity and Quantifying Its Transformations: Randy Vander Wal ; Joseph Abrahamson ; Penn State University :0 AM Invited Comprehensive Characterization of Silicate Glass Surfaces Using XPS, SR-IR, ATR-IR and SFG Spectroscopies: Seong Kim ; Pennsylvania State University 9:00 AM Invited Spectroscopic Studies of Borate and Phosphate Glasses: The Effects of Structure on Aqueous Durability: Richard Brow ; Missouri S&T 9:40 AM Structural and Thermal Characterization of the MgxCoxCuxNixZnxO x=0. Entropy Stabilized Oxide: Christina Rost ; Jeffrey Braun ; Ashutosh Giri ; Jon-Paul Maria ; Patrick Hopkins ; University of Virginia; North Carolina State University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Influence of Stress States during Amorphization of Single Crystal Boron Carbide: Jonathan Ligda ; Kris Behler ; Vladislav Domnich ; Jerry LaSalvia ; Brian Schuster ; Army Research Laboratory; Rutgers University 0:40 AM Relationships between Elastic Properties and Reaction Kinetics of an Epoxy Resin Polymer during Cure Relaxation: Manon Heili ; Andrew Bielawski ; John Kieffer ; University of Michigan ; University of Michigan :00 AM Quantitative Analysis of Multi-Scale Heterogeneities in SOFC Electrode Microstructures: Rubayyat Mahbub ; Tim Hsu ; Mingzhen Feng 3 ; William K Epting 4 ; Ross Cunningham 3 ; Gregory A Hackett 5 ; Harry Abernathy 6 ; Anthony D Rollett ; Shawn Litster ; Paul A Salvador ; U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory, Carnegie Mellon University; U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory; Carnegie Mellon University; 3 Carnegie Mellon University; 4 U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory; Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education; 5 U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory; 6 U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory; AECOM :0 AM XRD and SEM Analysis on Reduction Behavior of CaO-Fe O 3 -SiO Ternary System: Chengyi Ding ; Xuewei Lv ; Gang Li ; Senwei Xuan ; Kai Tang ; Wei Lv ; Chongqing University :40 AM Mechanical Properties of Aluminum Titanate Doped Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Anodes through Multi-dimensional Characterization: Madisen McCleary ; Roberta Amendola ; Montana State University Materials Selection and Surface Analyses for Corrosion Prevention and Detection Lightweight Materials Program Organizers: Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Ajit Mishra, Haynes International; Sudhakar Mahajanam, PinnacleART; Eric Schindelholz, Sandia National Laboratory; Xueyuan Zhang, Gamry Instruments; Guang-Ling Song, Xiamen University; Luis Garfrais, Wood Group Kenny; Raul Rebak, General Electric Wednesday AM Room: 405 October, 07 Session Chair: Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory :00 AM Invited Localized Filament Corrosion Behavior of Mg Alloys: Joseph Kish ; Joseph McDermid ; Geraint Williams ; Michael Brady 3 ; McMaster University; Swansea University; 3 Oak Ridge National Laboratory :40 AM Suppression of Samson Phase Formation in Al-Mg Alloys by Boron Addition: Ramasis Goswami ; S Qadri ; Naval Research Laboratory 9:00 AM Microscale Corrosion Investigation of Strained Al-Li Alloys by In-situ Atomic Force Microscopy: Ellen Wright ; Michael Kaufman ; Gary Weber 3 ; ESI; Colorado School of Mines; 3 Boeing 0

103 9:0 AM Development of Corrosion Resistant Aluminum Alloys: Rajeev Gupta ; The University of Akron 9:40 AM Corrosion of High Strength Nanostructure Al 606 Investigated by Local Electrochemical Techniques and Surface Characterizations: Ramatou Ly ; Ivan Karayan ; Homero Castaneda-Lopez ; Karl T. Hartwig ; Texas A&M University 0:00 AM Corrosion Behavior of DP590 Steel Joined with Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer: Chi Zhang ; Dajiang Zheng ; Guang-Ling Song ; Yang Guo ; Ming Liu ; Hamid Kia 3 ; Xiamen University; GM R&D Shanghai; 3 GM R&D Warren Mechanochemical Synthesis and Reactions in Materials Science II Session II Program Organizers: Antonio Fuentes, Cinvestav del IPN; Laszlo Takacs, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Challapalli Suryanarayana, University of Central Florida; Jacques Huot, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres Wednesday AM Room: 37 October, 07 Session Chairs: Challapalli Suryanarayana, University of Central Florida; Jacques Huot, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres :00 AM Invited Developing a Better Understanding of Mechanochemical Reactions: James Mack ; Kendra Leahy ; Rebecca Haley ; Joel Andersen ; University of Cincinnati :40 AM Invited Mechanochemo Approaches to Lignocellulosic Biomass and Its Isolated Polymers: Michael Wolcott ; Jinwen Zhang ; Jinwu Wang ; Mohammadali Azadfar ; Jinxue Jiang ; Yalan Liu ; Washington State University; US Forest Products Laboratory 9:0 AM Invited From Molecules to Hybrid Materials by Ball-milling: Andrea Porcheddu ; Delogu Francesco ; Clarence Charnay ; Evelina Colacino ; Università degli Studi di Cagliari; Université de Montpellier 9:40 AM Mechanochemical Nitration of Toluene: Oleg Lagoviyer ; Mirko Schoenitz ; Edward Dreizin ; New Jersey Institute of Technology 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Multiscale Theory for Mechanochemistry and Its Applications: Valery Levitas ; Iowa State University :00 AM Invited Forced Mixing and Nanostructuration in Metallic Alloys Subjected to Severe Plastic Deformation: Pascal Bellon ; Robert Averback ; Nisha Verma ; John Beach ; Nirab Pant ; Qun Li ; Xuekun Shang ; Juilia Ivanisenko ; University of Illinois :40 AM Information on the Mechanism of Mechanochemical Reactions Based on Detailed Studies of the Reaction Kinetics: Francesco Delogu ; Laszlo Takacs ; Università degli Studi di Cagliari; University of Maryland Baltimore County Modeling and Simulation in Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design, Property Prediction, and Process Control Modeling and Simulation in AM - Session I Program Organizers: Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Lei Chen, Mississippi State University; Li Ma, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Xinghua Yu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Yeon-Gil Jung, Changwon National University; Yanzhou Ji, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Long Qing Chen, Penn State University Wednesday AM Room: 306 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Lei Chen, Mississippi State University :00 AM Invited Investigation on Grain Structure Development of Ti-6Al-4V during Additive Manufacturing: An Integrated Phase-field and Finite-element Modelling: Pengwei Liu ; Yanzhou Ji ; Alphons A. Antonysamy 3 ; Long-Qing Chen ; Lei Chen ; Mississippi State University; Pennsylvania State University; 3 Additive Manufacturing R&D Centre :0 AM Accessing and Managing Materials and Process Data for Additive Manufacturing (AM) Simulations and Managing AM Process Life Cycle Data: Najib Baig ; Stephen Warde ; John Twerdok ; Will Marsden ; Granta Design :40 AM Quantitative Texture Prediction of Epitaxial Columnar Grains in Additive Manufacturing: Jian Liu ; Qian Chen ; Yunhao Zhao ; Wei Xiong ; Albert C. To ; University of Pittsburgh 9:00 AM Compression Behavior of 3D Printed Polymer Lattice Structures: Mohammed Al Rifaie ; Sagar Sangle ; Ahsan Mian ; Raghavan Srinivasan ; Wright State University 9:0 AM Computational Simulation of Additively Manufactured Marine Structures: Charles Fisher ; Caroline Scheck ; Naval Surface Warfare Center 9:40 AM Distortion Analysis and Reduction for Layerwise Additive Manufacturing Processing by a Laminated Layerwise Analytical Model and Tool: Jinquan Cheng ; CS3DM 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Multi-scale Physics-based Modeling Framework for Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Components: Yi Zhang ; Weng Lee ; Yeon-Gil Jung ; Jing Zhang ; Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Changwon National University WEDNESDAY AM 03

104 WEDNESDAY AM 0:40 AM Experimental Validation of Phase-field Predictions for Rapidly Solidified Microstructures of Metallic Alloys: John Roehling ; Aurelien Perron ; Jean- Luc Fattebert ; Patrice Turchi ; Joseph McKeown ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory :00 AM Prediction of Powder Bed Fusion Micro Structures: Christoph Beetz ; Salem Mosbah ; Mustafa Megahed ; ESI Group; Think Solidification, LLC Multiscale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing Multi scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing: Part I Program Organizers: Lukasz Madej, AGH University of Science and Technology; Krzysztof Muszka, AGH Univeristy of Science and Technology; Danuta Szeliga, AGH University of Science and Technology Wednesday AM Room: 403 October, 07 Session Chairs: Lukasz Madej, AGH University of Science and Technology; Konstantin Redkin, Whemco :00 AM A Quantitative Characterization of Texture Evolution in Pure Zirconium: Slip Systems and Strength Evolution: Weiming Chen ; Rulin Chen ; Vahid Tari ; Jonathan Lind ; Robert Suter ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory :0 AM Using High Energy Diffraction Microscopy (HEDM) to Validate Micromechanical Fields Calculated by FFT Based Method: Vahid Tari ; Ricardo A. Lebensohn ; Reeju Pokharel ; Anthony D. Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University; Los Alamos National Laboratory :40 AM Evaluating Surface Morphologies as Stress Concentrations through Micromechanical Modeling: Christopher Kantzos ; Ross Cunningham ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:00 AM Effect of Microstructure on the Elasto-viscoplastic Deformation of Dual Phase Titanium Structures: Tugce Ozturk ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:0 AM Predicting Stress Hotspots Using Graph Based Microstructural Features: Ankita Mangal ; Elizabeth Holm ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:40 AM An Efficient Fast Fourier Transform-based Formulation to Simulate Large Strain Behavior of Polycrystalline Materials: Jaspreet Nagra ; Abhijit Brahme ; Ricardo Lebensohn ; Raja Mishra 3 ; Kaan Inal ; University of Waterloo; Los Alamos National Laboratory; 3 General Motors 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Accelerating Coupled FEM - Kinetic Monte Carlo Models, with Applications in Metallic Glass and Shape Memory Materials: Thomas Hardin ; Christopher Schuh ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology 0:40 AM A Computational Study of High Speed Impaction of Ag Nanoparticles and Its Comparison with Experiments: Tushar Chitrakar ; Guillaume Noiseau ; John Keto ; Michael Becker ; Desiderio Kovar ; The University of Texas at Austin :00 AM Microstructure Evolution and Deformation Behavior in Powder Materials during Spark Plasma Sintering: Sudipta Biswas ; Vikas Tomar ; Purdue University :0 AM Three Dimensional Microstructure Modeling of Particulate Composites Using Statistical Synthetic Structure and Its Thermomechanical Finite Element Analysis: Hyoung Seop Kim ; Hyung Keun Park ; Jaimyun Jung ; POSTECH :40 AM Influence of Grain Orientation Spreads on Tensile Twinning Activation in Magnesium under Simple Compression and Plane Strain Compression: Crystal Plasticity Simulations: Hamad Alharbi ; King Saud University Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications I Program Organizers: Navin Manjooran, Siemens AG; Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech Wednesday AM Room: 39 October, 07 Session Chairs: Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech; Navin Manjooran, Vice President, Siemens AG :00 AM Invited Structural Characterization of Enzymes Necessary to Degrade Hemicellulose for Microbial Fermentation: Jason Hurlbert ; Winthrop University :40 AM Development of Nanocarbon-infused High-performance Conductors: U. (Balu) Balachandran ; Beihai Ma ; Stephen Dorris ; Tae Lee ; Rachel Koritala ; David Forrest ; Argonne National Laboratory; U.S. Department of Energy 9:00 AM Development of Graphene Coated Magnetite Nanocomposite for the Removal of Toxic Ions and Bacteria from Water: Syed Ahmed ; Ali Nemati ; Waseem Haider ; Zia Rahman ; Central Michigan University 9:0 AM Effect of Thermal Treatment Temperature on the Catalytic Activity of SiO and CeO Supported CuO x Catalysts: Shaikh Tofazzel Hossain ; Yazeed Almesned ; Elizabeth Zell ; Ruigang Wang ; Youngstown State University; The University of Alabama 9:40 AM Evaluation of Photo-catalytic Behavior Titanium Dioxide Nano-tubular Structure: Umair Shah ; Waseem Haider ; Hassnain Asgar ; Ziaur Rahman ; Usman Riaz ; Central Michigan University 04

105 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Morphology Modifications of AuNPs to Enhance the Performance of Aptasensor: Nileshi Saraf ; Sushant Singh ; Alicia Brown ; Bradley Willenberg ; Sudipta Seal ; University of Central Florida 0:30 AM Extremely High OSC Designed in Fluorite-type Ceria-zirconia: Yusuke Hidaka ; Tomoharu Itoh ; Shingo Katayama ; Masasuke Yamaba ; Nippon Denko Co., Ltd. 0:50 AM Highly Stable, Thermally-processable Polymer Matrices for Semiconductor Nanocrystal (Quantum Dots) Encapsulation and Dispersion: Hunaid Nulwala ; Xu Zhou ; Matt Bootman ; Lianhua Qu ; Liquid Ion Solutions LLC; Crystal Plex Corporation :0 AM Combinatorial Development of Bulk Metallic Glasses with Potential Applications for Next-generation Intracoronary Drug-eluting Stents: Muhammad Mudasser Khan ; Waseem Haider ; Central Michigan University Next Generation Biomaterials Ceramic Biomaterials and Novel Biomaterials Program Organizers: Roger Narayan, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering; Jie Huang, University College London; Vipul Davé, Johnson & Johnson; Sanjiv Lalwani, Lynntech, Inc.; Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong; Mohan Edirisinghe, University College London Wednesday AM Room: 334 October, 07 Session Chairs: Venu Varanasi, Texas A & M University; Mohamed Rahaman, Missouri University of Science and Technology :00 AM Invited Bioactive Glass Composites for Bone Tissue Engineering: Mohamed Rahaman ; Missouri University of Science and Technology :0 AM Invited Fabrication Aspects of Porous Biomaterials in Orthopedic Applications: A Review: Elham Babaie ; Sarit Bhaduri ; University of Toledo :40 AM Controlled Delivery of Anticancer Drugs to Tumor Cells Using Ternary Complexes of Single-wall Carbon Nanotubes: Piyumi Wijesekara ; Patrick Boyer ; Mohammad Islam ; Kris Dahl ; Carnegie Mellon University 9:00 AM Invited Synthesis, Processing and Characterization of Titanium Doped SiO -CaO- Na O-P O 5 Glasses to Form Mechanically Stable Glass Scaffolds: Anthony Wren ; Simon Chon ; Lindsay Piraino ; Alfred University 9:0 AM Molecular Motor-powered Shuttles along Multi-walled Carbon Nanotube Tracks: Aurélien Sikora ; Javier Ramón-Azcón ; Kyongwan Kim ; Kelley Reaves ; Winfried Teizer 3 ; AIMR Tohoku Univeristy; Lynntech, Inc.; 3 Texas A&M University, AIMR Tohoku Univeristy 9:40 AM Invited Comparison of Gelatin- And Chitosan-nanosilicate Scaffolds on Their Effect on Endothelial Cell and Osteoprogenitor Marker Expression for Non-load Bearing Bone Healing: Venu Varanasi ; Texas A & M University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Soft Polymer-based Artificial Photoreceptor Layer: Jared Mike ; Lynntech 0:40 AM Invited Ag-doped Bioactive Glass-ceramic Particles for Combating Bacteria and Promoting Tissue Regeneration in Dental and Orthopedic Applications: Xanthippi Chatzistavrou ; N. Pajares Chamorro ; P. Papagerakis ; C.J. Fenno ; N. Hammer ; S. Badylak 3 ; K.D. Hankenson ; Michigan State University; University of Michigan; 3 University of Pittsburgh :00 AM Invited Novel Antimicrobial Protective Burn Wound Dressings: Joel Gil ; Sanjiv Lalwani ; Stephen Davis ; Richard Sanchez ; University of Miami; Lynntech, Inc. :0 AM Influence of Thermomechanical Process Condition on In Vitro Corrosion of Fine Resoloy Wire: Adam Griebel ; Jeremy Schaffer ; Roman Menze ; Kai Leymann ; Michael Stekker ; Benjamin Bittner ; Clemens Meyer-Kobbe ; Fort Wayne Metals; MeKo :40 AM Invited Multifunctional Biomaterial Surfaces for Antimicrobial Infection: Christopher Siedlecki ; Li-Chong Xu ; Harry Allcock ; Mark Meyerhoff ; Pennsylvania State University; University of Michigan Non Beam-based Additive Manufacturing Approaches for Metallic Parts Session I Program Organizer: Olaf Andersen, Fraunhofer IFAM Wednesday AM Room: 305 October, 07 Session Chair: Olaf Andersen, Fraunhofer IFAM :00 AM Invited Direct Molten Metal Write of Structurally Significant Materials: William Carter ; Zachary Sims ; Max Neveau ; Lonnie Love ; Brian Post ; Randall Lind ; Michael Kesler ; Mark Jaster ; David Weiss 3 ; Orlando Rios ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; PrintSpace 3D; 3 Eck Industries :40 AM 3D Inkjet Powder Printing of Implantable Biomaterials and Biomedical Device Prototypes: Bikramjit Basu ; Srimanta Barui ; Sourav Mandal ; Indian Institute of Science 9:00 AM Additive Manufacturing of High-performance Copper Heat Exchangers via 3D Screen Printing: Kay Reuter ; Olaf Andersen ; Thomas Studnitzky ; Bernd Kieback ; Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM WEDNESDAY AM 05

106 WEDNESDAY AM 9:0 AM Grain Growth And Densification Behavior Of 36L Stainless Steel Metallic Components Produced via Binder Jet-powder Printing (3-D) System Using Water Atomized Powders: Hsiang-Ling Juan ; Yu Zhou ; Christopher Schade ; Calixto Garcia ; University of Pittsburgh; Hoeganaes Corporation 9:40 AM Extrusion-based 3D-printing and Sintering of Ni-Mn-Ga and NiTi-Nb Shape Memory Alloys: Shannon Taylor ; Amaka Ibeh ; Ramille Shah ; David Dunand ; Northwestern University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Integrated Process Line for Fused Filament Fabrication of Metallic Parts Using Metal Powder Loaded Filaments: Sebastian Riecker ; Olaf Andersen ; Sebastian Hein ; Thomas Studnitzky ; Bernd Kieback ; Fraunhofer IFAM; Technical University of Dresden 0:40 AM Slumping during the Sintering of Cantilevered Beams: Experiments and Theory: Zachary Cordero ; Derek Siddel ; Ralph Dinwiddie ; Amelia Elliott ; Rice University; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :00 AM Roadmap for Metal Hybrids Net-Shaped via Binder Jet Additive Manufacturing: Amy Elliott ; Peeyush Nandwana ; Cameron Shackleford ; Cindy Waters ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; North Carolina A&T University :0 AM Invited Binder Jetting 3D Printing: Improving Printer Capabilities and Expanding Available Materials: Andrew Klein ; ExOne Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and Their Applications (PSDK-XII) Session IV: J. Willard Gibbs Phase Equilibria Award - Theory, Modelling and Database Development Program Organizers: Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh; Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A & M University; Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University; Arthur Pelton, Ecole Polytechnique Wednesday AM Room: 43 October, 07 Session Chairs: Sergei Decterov, Ecole Polytechnique; Daniel Lindberg, Åbo Akademi University :00 AM Invited Influence of Thermodynamics and Diffusion on Reaction Mechanisms during Gas/Solid Reactions: Peter Hayes ; University of Queensland :0 AM Invited High Entropy Alloys and the Search for 3-phase Miscibility Gaps: John Morral ; Shuanglin Chen ; The Ohio State University; CompuTherm :40 AM Invited A Thermodynamic Model for Carbonaceous Electrodes: Patrice Chartrand ; Philippe Ouzilleau ; Aïmen Gheribi ; Polytechnique Montreal 9:00 AM Invited Thermodynamic Optimization of the Na O-B O 3 -SiO System: Evgenii Nekhoroshev ; Sergei Decterov ; CRCT 9:0 AM Invited Constrained Gibbs Energy Models for Rate-controlled and Partitionless Phase Transformation Systems: Pertti Koukkari ; Risto Pajarre ; VTT 9:40 AM Invited Beyond Traditional CALPHAD Databases: Ursula Kattner ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Large-scale Comparison between ab Initio and CalPhaD Phase Stabilities: Moritz to Baben ; Klaus Hack ; GTT-Technologies 0:40 AM Invited Development of a Thermodynamic Database for Refractory Boride, Carbide, Nitride and Silicide Systems: Philip Spencer ; The Spencer Group :00 AM Invited Integrated Experimental and Modelling Approach to the Thermodynamic Database Development for Multi-component Metallurgical and Recycling Systems: Evgueni Jak ; PYROSEARCH, The University of Queensland Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution in Ti and Its Alloys Experiments Program Organizers: Carl Boehlert, Michigan State University; Yufeng Zheng, Ohio State University; Vahid Khademi, Michigan State University Wednesday AM Room: 307 October, 07 Session Chairs: Carl Boehlert, Michigan State University; Yufeng Zheng, Ohio State University :00 AM Invited Development of Various Fine Scale Alpha Microstructures in Titanium Alloys: Yufeng Zheng ; Rongpei Shi ; Talukder Alam ; Rajarshi Banerjee ; Yunzhi Wang ; Hamish Fraser ; The Ohio State University; University of North Texas :0 AM Invited The Evolution of Microstructure in Titanium Alloys: Dipankar Banerjee ; Indian Institute of Science :40 AM Invited The Evolution of Omega and Its Effect on the Formation of Alpha in High Misfit Beta Titanium Alloys: Deep Choudhuri ; Yufeng Zheng ; Rongpei Shi ; Talukder Alam ; Vishal Soni ; Srinivas Aditya Mantri ; Yunzhi Wang ; Srinivasan Srivilliputhur ; Hamish Fraser ; Rajarshi Banerjee ; University of North Texas; The Ohio State University 9:00 AM Thermomechanically-induced Phase Transformations in Beta Titanium Alloys Based on Ti-3Cr(wt.%): Vahid Khademi ; Carl Boehlert ; Masahiko Ikeda ; Michigan State University; Kansai University 9:0 AM In-situ Experiments to Capture the Rapid Evolution of Microstructure during Phase Transformation of Titanium under Dynamic Loading: Benjamin Morrow ; David Jones ; Paulo Rigg ; Ellen Cerreta ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; Washington State University 06

107 9:40 AM Deformation Induced Phase Transformation in Ti44: Characterization on the Nanoscale Using Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction: Patrick Trimby ; Chuanling Liu ; Xianghai An ; Oxford Instruments Nanoanalysis; The University of Sydney 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Structure of Alpha/Beta Transformation Interfaces in Ti Alloys: Wenzheng Zhang ; Fei Ye ; Yiru Tang ; Xinfu Gu 3 ; Tsinghua University; Dalian University of Technology; 3 University of Science and Technology Beijing 0:40 AM Invited Tailoring the Multiscale Alpha Phase Precipitation in Low-cost Powder Processed Beta Ti Alloy to Achieve High Tensile Strength: Arun Devaraj ; Vineet Joshi ; Vladimir Moxson ; Volodymyr Duz ; Curt Lavender ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Advance Materials Products Inc. (ADMA) :00 AM Invited Investigation of Nano-scale Instabilities in Beta Titanium Alloys: Yufeng Zheng ; Rajarshi Banerjee ; Dipankar Banerjee 3 ; Hamish Fraser ; The Ohio State University; University of North Texas; 3 Indian Institute of Science :0 AM Dislocation Channeling and {33} Twinning in Metastable ß Titanium Alloys: Cem Tasan ; Minjie Lai ; MIT; MPIE :40 AM Effect of Heat Treatment on Strength and Toughness of Current and Future Structural Titanium Alloys: John Mantione ; Matias Garcia-Avila ; ATI Phase Transformations in Ceramics: Science and Applications Experimental Studies in Phase Transformations I Program Organizers: Waltraud Kriven, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign; Pankaj Sarin, Oklahoma State University; Ricardo Castro, University of California, Davis; Yu Zhong, Florida International University Wednesday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Waltraud Kriven, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign; Elizabeth Opila, University of Virginia :00 AM Invited Crystal Structures, Phase Transformations and Properties of Ceramics: Masatomo Yashima ; Tokyo Institute of Technology :40 AM Invited Structural Characterization of Nanoscale Phase Transitions: New Approaches: Scott Misture ; Robert Koch ; Peter Metz ; Guangfang Li ; Hui Wang ; Alfred University; University of South Carolina 9:0 AM Invited Phase Transformation and Evolution of Ceramic-metal Composites with Unique Hierachical Microstructures: Michael Kracum ; Kevin Anderson ; Christopher Marvel ; Mihaela Albu ; Martin Harmer ; Ferdinand Hofer 3 ; Helen Chan ; Lehigh University; Graz Centre for Electron Microscopy (ZFE); 3 Graz University of Technology 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Controlling Ferroelastic Phase Transformation in Rare-earth Orthoniobates: Pankaj Sarin ; Daniel Lowry ; Oklahoma State University 0:40 AM Ca Al 4 O 33 Electride Formation in Hot-uniaxial Press: John Robert Salasin ; Sabrina Schwerzler ; Claudia Rawn ; University of Tennessee :00 AM High Temperature Behavior in Entropy Stabilized Oxide (Mg0.Co0.Ni0.Cu0.Zn0.)O: Kuo-pin Tseng ; Scott McCormack ; Waltraud Kriven ; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign :0 AM Invited Grain Boundary Phase-like Transformations and Their Roles in Activated Sintering and Beyond: Jian Luo ; University of California, San Diego Processing and Performance of Materials Using Microwaves, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Ultrasound, Lasers, and Mechanical Work Rustum Roy Symposium Session IV Program Organizers: Morsi Mahmoud, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) & City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA City); Dinesh Agrawal, Pennsylvania State University; Guido Link, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Motoyasu Sato, Chubu University; Rishi Raj, University of Colorado at Boulder Wednesday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: B. Reeja Jayan, Carnegie Mellon University; Zhiwei Peng, Central South University :00 AM Effect of Plastic Deformation on L0 Chemical Ordering and Microstructure of Equiatomic FePd: Ana María Montes-Arango ; Amirali Zangiabadi ; Katayun Barmak ; Laura Lewis ; Northeastern University; Columbia University :0 AM Microwave Pyrolysis of Pine Sawdust for Preparation of Highly Porous Biochar: Zhiwei Peng ; Xiaolong Lin ; Zhizhong Li ; Lei Ye ; Huimin Tang ; Yuanbo Zhang ; Guanghui Li ; Tao Jiang ; Central South University :40 AM Observation of Re-entrant Spin Reorientation in TbFe-xMnxO3: Jincang Zhang ; Wenlai Lu ; Fei Chen ; Yifei Fang ; Shanghai University 9:00 AM Resilient Graphitic Carbons from Electro-thermal Fluidized Bed Reactor: Soeren Koester ; Eric Salmon ; Carsten Wehling ; Superior Graphite 9:0 AM Ultrasonic Energy Enabled Dynamic Recovery in Aluminium during Micro Forming and Its Effects on Stress and Microstructure Evolution: Anagh Deshpande ; Keng Hsu ; Arizona State University 9:40 AM Investigation of Single- mode Microwave Coupling in SiC-TiB Materials: Michael Kornecki ; Selva Vennila Raju ; Victoria Blair ; Nicholas Ku ; Raymond Brennan ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory WEDNESDAY AM 07

108 WEDNESDAY AM 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Electric Field-assisted Pressureless Sintering Zirconia-Scandia-Ceria Solid Electrolytes: Reginaldo Muccillo ; Eliana Muccillo ; IPEN/Federal University of ABC; IPEN 0:40 AM Invited.45 GHz Hybrid Microwave Crystallization of LAGP Solid-state Electrolyte: Morsi Mahmoud ; King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) & City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA City) :00 AM A Study of Heavy Clay Body Properties for Hybrid Microwave Firing: Garth Tayler ; Mike Anderson ; Mike Hamlyn ; Acme Brick Company; Staffordshire University Rare Earth Metals, Compounds, and Alloys: Synthesis, Processing, Emerging Applications, Recent Advances, Future Challenges Regulatory Issues and the Effect of New Advances in REE Separation and Metal Making Technologies Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Eric Klier, U.S.Army Research Laboratory; Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC Wednesday AM Room: 35 October, 07 Session Chair: Michael Mckittrick, US Department of Energy :00 AM Keynote Defense Logistics Agency Strategic Materials (DLA-SM): Possible Actions Towards Mitigating the Risk of Rare Earths Shortfall: Vaibhav Jain ; Brian Gabriel ; Defense Logistics Agency- Strategic Materials :40 AM Invited The Regulatory Framework for Rare Earth Mining and Oxide Separation in the United States: Marc Humphries ; Congressional Research Service 9:0 AM Invited Advances in REE Metal Making Technologies A Review: Patrick Taylor ; Matt Earlam ; Fangyu Liu ; Coloradio School of Mines; Infinium 9:40 AM Invited Molecular Recognition Technology: A Green Chemistry, Economical Process for Separation and Recovery of Individual Rare Earth Metals: Steven Izatt ; Ronald Bruening ; Neil Izatt ; Reed Izatt ; IBC Advanced Technologies, Inc. 0:0 AM Break 0:30 AM Invited A Look at Where We Stand on Addressing Technology Needs for Diversifying the Supply of Critical Materials for Clean Energy: Bruce Moyer ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :00 AM Invited Processing Recycled Rare Earth Magnet Alloys: John de Neufville ; David Murphy ; Randall Ice ; Eutectix, LLC :30 AM Invited Experimental Characterization of Discarded Electronic Batteries: Otavio Fortini ; Christian Mutale ; Igor Kolomytsin ; UMD :00 PM Invited Synthetic Methods for Establishing a Reliable Thermochemical Databank: Richard Riman ; Zhichao Hu ; Paul Kim ; Daniel Kopp ; Ali Eslamimanesh ; Gaurav Das ; Andrzej Anderko ; Radha Shivaramaiah 3 ; Lili Wu 3 ; Alexandra Navrotsky 3 ; Rutgers University; OLI Systems, Inc.; 3 University of California- Davis Recent Advances in Computer-aided Materials Design Method Development in Material Design Program Organizers: Huan Tran, University of Connecticut; Ghanshyam Pilania, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Alexey Kolmogorov, Binghamton University, State University of New York; Mina Yoon, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Son Hoang, University of Connecticut Wednesday AM Room: 34 October, 07 Session Chair: Son Hoang, University of Connecticut :00 AM Keynote Rational Computation-guided Design of Polymer Dielectrics: Rampi Ramprasad ; University of Connecticut :40 AM Invited Big, Deep, and Smart Data in Materials Research: Atomic View on Materials Functionality: S. V. Kalinin ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 9:0 AM FALCON: A Systematically Convergent All-electron DFT Code.: Mark Rayson ; Newcastle University 9:40 AM Tree Search Approach to Designing Kinematically Active Molecular Materials: Charles Manion ; Laura de Sousa Oliveira ; Matthew Campbell ; Alex Greaney ; Oregon State University; University of California, Riverside 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Structure Predictions with the Minima Hopping Method: Stefan Goedecker ; Max Amsler ; UNI Basel; Cornell University :00 AM Invited Multi-Cell Monte Carlo Method for Predicting Phase Stability of Alloys: Wolfgang Windl ; Changning Niu ; Christian Oberdorfer ; Maryam Ghazisaeidi ; Ohio State University :40 AM Elucidating Multi-physics Interactions in Suspensions for the Design of Polymeric Dispersants: A Hierarchical Machine Learning Approach: Newell Washburn ; Aditya Menon ; Kun Zhang ; Barnabas Poczos ; Carnegie Mellon University 0

109 Responsive Functional Nanomaterials Session IV Program Organizers: Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology; Jiahua Zhu, The University of Akron; Wenxian Li, Shanghai University; Dawei Wang, University of New South Wales; Wenping Sun, University of Wollongong; Liangzhi Kou, Queensland University of Technology; Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University Wednesday AM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chairs: Ting Liao, Queensland University of Technology; Xiaobo Chen, RMIT :00 AM Invited Ultrafast and Cycle-stable Lithium Storage in Sn-based Nanocomposite Anodes: Yinzhu Jiang ; Zhejiang University :0 AM Invited Silicon-based Core-shell Architectures: From Structural Design to Chargedischarge Process Study: Jianping Yang ; Donghua University :40 AM Invited Interesting And Effective Strategies for Developing Advanced Electrode Materials of Li/Na-ion Batteries: Xing-Long Wu ; Northeast Normal University 9:00 AM Invited Designed Nanoarchitectures of Vanadium and Phosphate-based Cathodes for Li(Na)-Ion Batteries: Xianhong Rui ; Anhui University of Technology 9:0 AM Invited Designed Copper Selenide Nanotubes as Counter Electrodes of Quantumdot-sensitized Solar Cells: Xinqi Chen ; Jianping Yang ; Ming Xiao ; Wei Dai ; Hubei University of Education; Donghua University 9:40 AM Invited Mechanically-assisted Electrochemical Production of Graphene Oxide: Yu Lin Zhong ; Griffith University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Nanocarbon for Thermal Management: Zhen Liu ; Tucker Witt ; Jacob Lichtenberg ; Stacey Acheampong ; Frostburg State University 0:40 AM Invited Carbon Materials from Petroleum Heavy Oil: Mingbo Wu ; China University of Petroleum Surface Properties of Biomaterials Surface Properties of Biomaterials: Bioactivity, Surface Modifications and Coatings Program Organizers: Jason Langhorn, DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction; Susmita Bose, Washington State University; Amit Bandyopadhyay, Washington State University; Mangal Roy, Indian Institute of Technology; Venu Varanasi, Texas A & M Health Science Center Wednesday AM Room: 335 October, 07 Session Chair: Venu Varanasi, Texas A & M Health Science Center :00 AM Invited Surfaces Make all the Differences in the World: Reducing Infection and Promoting Tissue Growth without Drugs: Thomas Webster ; Northeastern University :40 AM Development of a SiYAlON Glaze for Improved Osteoconductivity of Implantable Medical Devices: Ryan Bock ; Elia Marin ; Alfredo Rondinella ; Francesco Boschetto ; Tetsuya Adachi 3 ; B. Sonny Bal ; Giuseppe Pezzotti ; Bryan McEntire ; Amedica Corporation; Kyoto Institute of Technology; 3 Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine 9:00 AM Silicon Oxynitrophosphide Implant Coatings Enhance the Expression of Angiogenic and Osteogenic Marker Expression for Load-bearing Bone Healing: Venu Varanasi ; Texas A & M University 9:0 AM Amorphous Oxide Layer on Stainless Steel 36L and Enhancement of Fluorocarbon Thin-film Stability and Adhesion: Megan M. Dorri ; Stéphane Turgeon ; Pascale Chevallier ; Maxime Cloutier ; Diego Mantovani ; Laboratory for Biomaterials and Bioengineering, CRC-I, Department of Min-Met-Materials Engineering, CHU de Québec Research Center, Laval University 9:40 AM Controlling the Degradation of Biodegradable Magnesium Alloy AZ 3 by Physical Deposition Method of Magnesium Fluoride: Usman Riaz ; Waseem Haider ; Umair Shah ; Hassnain Asgar ; Ziaur Rahman ; Central Michigan University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Layer-by-Layer Coatings of Fluorinated Polyphosphazenes: Victor Selin ; John Ankner ; Alexander Marin ; Alexander Andrianov ; Svetlana Sukhishvili ; Texas A&M 0:40 AM Surface Properties of Biomaterials Deposited by Thermal Spray Technologies: Michaela Matejkova ; Jan Cizek ; Ivo Dlouhy ; Brno University of Technology WEDNESDAY AM 09

110 WEDNESDAY AM Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application Corrosion and Functional Coatings Program Organizers: Kang Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center; Yutaka Kagawa, University of Tokyo; Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center; Rodney Trice, Purdue University; Daniel Mumm, University of California, Irvine; Mitch Dorfman, Oerlikon Metco (US); Christian Moreau, Concordia University; Emmanuel Boakye, UES Inc. Wednesday AM Room: 333 October, 07 Session Chairs: Daniel Mumm, University of California, Irvine; Kang Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center :00 AM Corrosion Behavior of Graphene Oxide Coatings on AZ3B Magnesium Alloy: Mohsin Ali Raza ; Faizan Ali Ghauri ; Akhlaq Ahmad ; Muhammad Omer Yousaf ; Asad Ali ; University of Punjab; UET, Lahore, Pakistan :0 AM Evaluation of Surface Applied Corrosion Inhibitor Effectiveness on Reinforced Concrete Structures Based on Electrochemical Techniques vs. ASTM G09: Ahmad Karayan ; Yenny Cubides ; Homero Castaneda ; Qindan Huang ; Fred Goodwin 3 ; I-Wen Huang 3 ; Texas A&M University; University of Akron; 3 BASF :40 AM Passive and Active Micro Surfaces and Actuators for Aerodynamic Drag Reduction: Allison Arnold ; Wade Huebsch ; Patrick Browning ; Justin Schrout ; Edward Sabolsky ; West Virginia University 9:00 AM The Effect of Chemical Vapor Deposition Grown Polymer Coatings on the Performance of Cathode Material for Lithium Ion Battery: Laisuo Su ; B. Reeja Jayan ; Carnegie Mellon University Synthesis, Characterization, Properties and Applications of Functional Porous Materials Porous Material Applications in Environmental and Sustainable Fields Program Organizers: Lan Li, Boise State University; Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina; Winnie Wong-Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology Wednesday AM Room: 39 October, 07 Session Chair: Lan Li, Boise State University :40 AM Invited Ab Initio Study of CO Sorption in the Flexible Metal-organic Framework Material Ni (CN) 4 (Bpene): Eric Cockayne ; Andres Correa Hernandez ; Lan Li ; National Institute of Standards and Technology; Boise State University 9:00 AM Invited Lessons Learned from a Combined Experimental and Modeling Approach to Mixed Matrix Membranes for Post-combustion CO Capture: David Hopkinson ; Surendar Venna ; Anne Marti ; Janice Steckel ; Samir Budhathoki ; Christopher Wilmer ; National Energy Technology Lab; University of Pittsburgh 9:0 AM Invited Developing a New Low-cost Self-forming Dual-phase Membrane for Advanced Electrochemical CO Capture from Flue Gas: Kevin Huang ; Peng Zhang ; Jingjing Tong ; University of South Carolina 9:40 AM Pulsed Electrodeposition of High-activity Gas-diffusion Electrocatalysts: Brian Skinn ; Rajeswaran Radhakrishnan ; Sujat Sen ; Timothy Hall ; Stephen Snyder ; Fikile Brushett ; E Taylor ; Faraday Technology, Inc.; Department of Chemical Engineering, MIT 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Porous Framework Materials for Gas Separation: Mechanistic Investigation Using Neutron Scattering and Computational Modeling: Wei Zhou ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 0:40 AM Invited Flexible Metal Organic Framework (MOF) {[Ni(dpbz)][Ni(CN)4]}n, dpbz=,4-bis(4-pyridyl)benzene) with an Unusual Ni-N Bond: Winnie Wong- Ng ; Jeffrey Culp ; Yu-Sheng Chen 3 ; Jeffrey Deschamps 4 ; Anne Marti ; Izaak Williamson 5 ; Lan Li 5 ; National Institute of Standards and Technology; NETL; 3 University of Chicago; 4 Naval Research Laboratory; 5 Boise State University :00 AM Invited Applications of Porous Composites in Heavy Metal Extraction from Contaminated Water: Daniel Sun ; Li Peng ; Sandrine Chuard ; Emad Oveisi ; Wendy Queen ; Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) :0 AM Highly Porous Materials for the Sequestration of Gaseous Pollutants: Pierre- Marie Nigay ; Ange Nzihou ; Claire White 3 ; Winston Soboyejo ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Mines Albi; 3 Princeton University :40 AM Diesel Particulate Filter: Interaction between Lube Ash and Cordierite Substrate, which Leads to the DPF Premature Failure: Kun Yang ; John Fox ; Robert Hunsicker ; Lehigh University; Hunsicker Emission Services (HES),LLC :00 AM Invited CO Capture Using Sorbent Suspensions: Jeffrey Culp ; Lei Hong ; Robert Thompson ; Fan Shi ; Nicholas Siefert ; McMahan Gray ; David Hopkinson ; National Energy Technology Laboratory :0 AM Invited Porous Materials for Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage: Izaak Williamson ; Winnie Wong-Ng ; Lan Li ; Boise State University; National Institute Of Standards and Technology 0

111 The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Novel Green Technologies for Designing Porous Materials/Green Technologies in Biomaterials and Computational Materials Program Organizers: Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota; Jun-ichi Tatami, Yokohama National University; Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST); Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Glenn Research Center; Marsha Bischel, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., PA; Makio Naito, Osaka University, Japan; Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Yiquan Wu, Alfred University, NY Wednesday AM Room: 37 October, 07 Session Chairs: Manabu Fukushima, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology; Lan Li, Boise State University; Jingyang Wang, Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science :00 AM Invited Mesoporous Materials for Desulfurization Technologies: Fabrication and Enzyme Immobilization: Olivia Graeve ; Seongcheol Choi ; University of California, San Diego :40 AM Bioactive Glass-ceramic Foams from Alkali Activation and Sintercrystallization: Hamada Elsayed ; Acacio Rincon Romero ; Barbara Zavan ; Enrico Bernardo ; University of Padova 9:00 AM Invited Base Metal Oxide Catalyst Supported on Corning s High Porosity Honeycomb Substrate for Room Temperature Catalytic Decomposition of Airborne Formaldehyde: Benedict Johnson ; Corning Incorporated 9:40 AM Microstructure and Mechanical Response of Ceramic Insulators Prepared by Gelation Freezing Route: Manabu Fukushima ; Hideki Hyuga ; Chika Matsunaga ; Tatsuki Ohji ; Yu-ichi Yoshizawa ; National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Materials-by-design for Energy and Sustainability Applications: Lan Li ; Boise State University :00 AM Invited Use of Nanoclays for Biomaterials Design: Reducing Environmental Footprint: Kalpana Katti ; Dinesh Katti ; North Dakota State University :40 AM Phonon Engineering for RE-silicate EBC Candidates: Challenges and Opportunities: Jingyang Wang ; Shenyang National Laboratory for Materials Science, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences ACerS Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance ACerS Basic Science Division Robert B. Sosman Lecture Program Organizer: Wolfgang Rheinheimer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Wednesday PM Room: 35 October, 07 Session Chair: Wolfgang Rheinheimer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology :00 PM Invited Grain Growth in Perovskite-based Ceramics: Michael J. Hoffmann ; Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) ACerS Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance Robert B. Sosman Award Symposium II: Tailoring Ceramic Microstructures: Understanding and Tuning of Materials Performance Program Organizer: Wolfgang Rheinheimer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Wednesday PM Room: 35 October, 07 Session Chair: Wolfgang Rheinheimer, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology :00 PM Invited Tailoring Lead-free Piezoceramic Composites: Juergen Roedel ; TU Darmstadt :40 PM Invited GB Chemistry of Silicon Nitride Based Ceramics Implications to the Ceramics Properties: Pavol Sajgalik ; Zoltán Lenèéš ; Slovak Academy of Sciences 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Tailoring Microstructures for Better Mechanical Properties of Engineering Ceramics: Tatsuki Ohji ; National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) 4:00 PM Invited Toward Seashells under Stress: Novel Concepts to Design Tough Layered Ceramic Composites : Raul Bermejo ; Yunfei Chang ; Gary Messing ; The Pennsylvania State University WEDNESDAY PM

112 WEDNESDAY PM Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Fatigue and Fracture Session II Program Organizers: Nikolas Hrabe, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Nicholas Barbosa, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Richard Ricker, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Steve Daniewicz, University of Alabama; Nima Shamsaei, Auburn University; Mohsen Seifi, Case Western Reserve University/ ASTM International Wednesday PM Room: 304 October, 07 Session Chair: Mohsen Seifi, Case Western Reserve University :00 PM Invited Low Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Inconel 7 Fabricated through Electron Beam Melting: Michael Kirka ; Charles Hawkins ; Duncan Greeley ; Ryan Dehoff ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :40 PM Fatigue Life of Stainless Steel Laser Additive Manufactured Components Using Various Build Parameters: Steven Keckler ; Penn Rawn ; Bruce Madigan ; K.V. Sudhakar ; Ronda Coguill ; Montana Tech 3:00 PM Fatigue Behavior of Electron Beam Melted Ti-6Al-4V: Sources of Scatter and Path Forward: Andrew Chern ; Peeyush Nandwana ; Sarah Foster ; Robert McDaniels 3 ; Ryan Dehoff ; Peter Liaw ; Robert Tryon 3 ; Chad Duty ; University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 3 VEXTEC 3:0 PM Using Fracture Mechanics Methods to Characterize the Adhesion Strength of Cold Spray Additive Repairs: Benjamin White ; William Story ; Brian Jordon ; Luke Brewer ; University of Alabama 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Surface Treatment of Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufactured Metals for Improved Fatigue Life: David Witkin ; Dhruv Patel ; Henry Helvajian ; Agustin Diaz ; The Aerospace Corporation; REM Surface Engineering 4:0 PM Effect of Surface Roughness on Fatigue Life of Additively Manufactured IN 7: Bo Whip ; Joy Gockel ; Luke Sheridan ; Eric Tatman ; Wright State University 4:40 PM Effect of Surface Roughness on the Low- and High-cycle Fatigue Behavior of Binder Jet Printed Nickel-based Alloy 65: Amir Mostafaei ; Jakub Toman ; Erica Stevens ; Markus Chmielus ; University of Pittsburgh 5:00 PM Influence of Varying Build Orientation on the Fatigue Performance of AlSi0Mg Parts Produced Using Selective Laser Melting: Edward Stugelmayer ; Bryce Abstetar ; K.V. Sudhakar ; Ronda Coguill ; Bruce Madigan ; Montana Tech of the University of Montana Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties AM Processing of Aluminum and Non-ferrous Alloys Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Wednesday PM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chair: Ryan Dehoff, ORNL :00 PM Influence of Arcam EBM Parameters on Properties in Aluminum Alloy 04: Chris Rock ; Maria Withrow ; Tim Horn ; Harvey West ; Center for Additive Manufacturing and Logistics :0 PM Microstructure Control in Additive Manufacturing of Aluminum Alloys: Hunter Martin ; Brennan Yahata ; Eric Clough ; Jacob Hundley ; Tobias Schaedler ; Tresa Pollock ; HRL Labs; University of California, Santa Barbara :40 PM The Microstructure and Mechanical Performance of an Additively Manufactured Aluminum Alloy: Joe Croteau ; Davaadorj Bayansan ; Seth Griffiths ; Christian Leinenbach ; Nhon Vo ; David Dunand ; David Seidman ; NanoAl LLC; Empa Materials Science and Technology 3:00 PM Microstructural Evolution of Rapidly Solidified Al-Si and Al-Ge Alloys: Adam Stokes ; John Roehling; Joseph McKeown ; Daniel Coughlin 3 ; Amy Clarke ; Colorado School of Mies; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 3 Los Alamos National Laboratory 3:0 PM Solidification and Microstructure Mapping of Rapidly Solidified Hypoeutectic Al-Si Alloys: William Hearn ; Hani Henein ; Abdoul-Aziz Bogno ; Jonas Valloton ; Mark Gallerneault ; University of Alberta; Alcereco 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Microstructures and Mechanical Properties of TiAl Alloys Fabricated by Electron Beam Melting: Ken Cho ; Ryota Kobayashi ; Naohide Morita ; Masahiro Sakata ; Hiroyuki Yasuda ; Mitsuharu Todai ; Takayoshi Nakano ; Ayako Ikeda ; Daisuke Kondo 3 ; Yuto Nagamachi 3 ; Minoru Ueda 3 ; Masao Takeyama 4 ; Osaka University; National Institute for Materials Science; 3 Metal Technology Co. Ltd.; 4 Tokyo Institute of Technology 4:0 PM Processing-microstructure-mechanical Property Correlation in AlSi0Mg Parts Produced Using Selective Laser Melting: Edward Stugelmayer ; Bryce Abstetar ; K.V. Sudhakar ; Ronda Coguill ; Bruce Madigan ; Montana Tech of the University of Montana 4:40 PM Selective Laser Melting of Cu0Ni Alloys Using Gas Atomized Powders: Suraj Jadhav ; Pierre Van Cauwenbergh ; Karel Lietaert ; Jan Van Humbeeck ; Jean-Pierre Kruth ; Sasan Dadbakhsh ; Aljaz Ivekovic ; Kim Vanmeensel ; KU Leuven

113 Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Phase Formation and Stresses Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Wednesday PM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chair: Jack Beuth, Carnegie Mellon University Additive Manufacturing: In-situ Process Monitoring and Control Session II Program Organizers: Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University Wednesday PM Room: 303 October, 07 Session Chair: Anthony Rollett, Carnegie Mellon University :00 PM Effects of Argon-nitrogen Shielding Gas Mixtures on Ferrite-austenite Phase Balance of Additively Manufactured 05 Duplex Stainless Steel: Andrew Iams ; Todd Palmer ; Applied Research Laboratory, Pennsylvania State University :0 PM Study of Oxide Inclusion Evolution in AM Stainless Steels: Fuyao Yan ; Wei Xiong ; Gregory Olson ; Northwestern University; University of Pittsburgh :40 PM Oxidation of Ni-based Alloys Fabricated by Additive Manufacturing: Sebastien Dryepondt ; Mike Kirka ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 3:00 PM Reducing Oxygen Content during the Manufacturing of OFHC Copper Using Electron Beam Melting: John Ledford ; Harvey West ; Diana Gamzina ; N. C. Luhmann 3 ; Ilbey Karakurt 4 ; Liwei Lin 4 ; Tim Horn ; CAMAL; SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory; 3 University of California, Davis; 4 University of California, Berkeley 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Determination of Residual Stresses in Additively Manufactured Parts Using Deep Hole Drilling, X-ray Diffraction and Synchrotron Diffraction: Florian Brenne ; Arnaud Magnier ; Sebastian Degener ; Behzad Aminforoughi ; Wolfgang Zinn ; Manuela Klaus ; Christoph Genzel ; Thomas Niendorf ; University of Kassel; Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin für Materialien und Energie GmbH 4:00 PM Mechanical Property and Microstructural Comparison of Additively Manufactured Titanium (Ti64) Lattices and Bulk Material: Michael Brand ; Chris Chen ; Robin Pacheco ; Cameron Knapp ; Dustin Cummings ; Matthew Tucker ; Los Alamos National Laboratory 4:0 PM Wire + Arc Additive Manufacture for Maraging Steels: Xiangfang Xu ; Jialuo Ding ; Supriyo Ganguly ; Chenglei Diao ; Stewart Williams ; Cranfield University :00 PM In-situ Inspection of Laser-based Directed Energy Deposition Processes Using Laser Ultrasonics: Marissa Brennan ; Todd Palmer ; Maxwell Wiedmann ; Marvin Klein ; The Pennsylvania State University; Intelligent Optical Systems (IOS) :0 PM In-situ Thermal Imaging and Ex-situ Surface Topology Measurements for Control of Laser Powder Bed Build Properties: Sarah Foster ; Keith Carver ; Ralph Dinwiddie ; Alexander Plotkowski ; Anil Chaudhary 3 ; Sudarsanam Babu ; University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; 3 Applied Optimization, Inc. :40 PM Anomaly Detection and Classification in a Laser Powder Bed Additive Manufacturing Process Using a Trained Computer Vision Algorithm: Luke Scime ; Jack Beuth ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:00 PM Assessing Surface Porosity Using Physics-based Surrogate Models for Selective Laser Melting: Alexander Wolfer ; Umberto Scipioni Bertoli ; Dogan Timucin 3 ; Kevin Wheeler 3 ; Saad Khairallah 4 ; Andy Anderson 4 ; Manyalibo Matthews 4 ; Rose McCallen 4 ; Julie Schoenung ; Jean-Pierre Delplanque ; University of California, Davis; University of California, Irvine; 3 NASA Ames Research Center; 4 Lawerence Livermore National Laboratory 3:0 PM Automated Laser Track Trace Identification and Defect Characterization in SLM Processes Using Laser Profilometer Data: Subhadeep Chakraborty ; Anil Chaudhary ; Sudarsanam Babu ; University of Tennessee; Applied Optimization 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Dynamics of Droplet Ejection from Metal Powder Bed Layer in Laser Additive Manufacturing as Probed by High Speed Imaging: Sonny Ly ; Alexander Rubenchik ; Saad Khairallah ; Guss Gabe ; Manyalibo Matthews ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 4:0 PM High Speed, High Resolution In Situ Monitoring of Spatter during Laser Powder Bed Fusion: Christopher Barrett ; Jason Walker ; Rodrigo Enriquez Gutierrez ; Eric MacDonald ; Brett Conner ; Youngstown State University; America Makes 4:40 PM In-situ Laser Modification and Characterization of Materials in the TEM: Patrick Price ; Kahlid Hattar ; LaRico Treadwell ; Tim Boyle ; Sandia National Laboratories WEDNESDAY PM 3

114 WEDNESDAY PM 5:00 PM Melt Pool and Build Layer Monitoring on the NIST Additive Manufacturing Metrology Testbed (AMMT): Brandon Lane ; Jason Fox ; Ho Yeung ; National Institute of Standards and Technology 5:0 PM X-ray Vision of Laser Powder Bed Fusion Process: Cang Zhao ; Kamel Fezzaa ; Ross Cunningham ; Haidan Wen ; Francesco Carlo ; Lianyi Chen 3 ; Anthony Rollett ; Tao Sun ; Argonne National Laboratory; Carnegie Mellon University; 3 Missouri University of Science and Technology Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection III Program Organizers: Evelina Vogli, LiquidMetal Group Holdings, Inc.; Fei Tang, DNV GL; Emad Omrani, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Afsaneh Dorri Moghadam, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee; Pradeep Menezes, University of Nevada Reno; Pradeep Rohatgi, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wednesday PM Room: 33 October, 07 Session Chairs: Pradeep Menezes, University of Nevada Reno; Pradeep Rohatgi, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee :00 PM Influence of Cerium Oxide on the Hardness and Wear Resistance of Nibased Coatings on Ti6Al4V Alloy: Phala Mookane ; Abimbola Popoola ; T Monnamme ; Olawale Fatoba ; Tshwane University of Technology; Centre for Scientific and Industrial Research-National Laser Centre :0 PM Properties and Process Development of Vacuum Plasma Sprayed (VPS) Zirconium on SiC: Caen Ang ; Scott O Dell ; Kurt Terrani ; Lance Snead 3 ; Yutai Katoh ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Plasma Processes; 3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology :40 PM Studies of Corrosion Resistance of Aluminized Coatings in Metal Dusting Environments: Eugene Medvedovski ; Jianyu Ma ; Xiaoyang Guo ; Estelle Vanhaecke ; Hilde Venvik ; Endurance Technologies Inc.; Norwegian University of Science and Technology 3:00 PM Cerium-added Alumina and Cerium-added Zircon as High Emissivity Coatings for Cement Rotary Kilns: Jindaporn Juthapakdeeprasert ; Wirat Lerdprom ; Doni Jayaseelan ; William Lee ; Imperial College London; Kingston University 3:0 PM Resolving High Temperature Failure Mechanisms of Thermal Barrier Coatings via In-situ Digital Image Correlation and Finite Element Analysis: Clifton Bumgardner ; Brendan Croom ; Xiaodong Li ; University of Virginia 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Role of Graphene Nanoplatelets on Tribological Properties of Self-lubricating Aluminum Matrix Nanocomposites: Emad Omrani ; Afsaneh Dorri ; Pradeep Menezes ; Pradeep Rohatgi ; University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; University of Nevada - Reno 4:0 PM Corrosion Behavior and Passivity of AA503 Nanostructured Aluminum Alloy Produced by Accumulative Roll-bonding: Amin Rabiei Baboukani ; Ahmad Saatchi ; Mohammad Asadikiya ; Shadi Darvish ; Paniz Foroughi ; Florida International University; University of Wisconsin Madison 4:40 PM Localized Corrosion of θ-phase AlCu and S-phase AlCuMg Alloys: Thiago da Silva ; Corey Efaw ; Mike Hurley ; Lan Li ; Boise State University 5:00 PM Corrosion Inhibition and Adsorption Properties of Antibiotics for Al-alloy in Acidic Environment: Omotayo Sanni ; O S Fatoba ; Abimbola Popoola ; Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa Advanced Materials and Sensors for Harsh Environments Advanced Materials and Sensors for Harsh Environments I Program Organizers: Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech; Navin Manjooran, Siemens AG Wednesday PM Room: 333 October, 07 Session Chairs: Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech; Navin Manjooran, Vice President, Siemens AG :00 PM Introductory Comments :40 PM Comparative Oxidation Behaviour of Additive Manufactured, Drawn and Forged In-7lc Superalloy: Fernando Pedraza ; C. Juillet ; J. Balmain ; X. Feaugas ; A. Oudriss ; Université de La Rochelle 3:00 PM Corrosion Mechanisms of Pure Chromium in Multi-oxidant Environments at Elevated Temperatures: Satia Soltanattar ; Cecile Bonifacio ; Pawel Nowakowski ; Brian Gleeson ; Paul Fischione ; University of Pittsburgh; Fischione Instruments, Inc. 3:0 PM Flexible Laminar Polymer-ceramic Composite Material for Harsh Environment Robotic Tactile Sensor Application: Kavin Sivaneri Varadharajan Idhaiam ; Edward Sabolsky ; Thomas Evans ; David Devallance ; West Virginia University 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM High-resolution, Temperature and Strain Sensors for SiC-SiC Ceramic Matrix Composites: Kevin Rivera ; Otto Gregory ; University of Rhode Island 4:0 PM Mechanistic Understanding of the Impact of SO Content and Temperature on the Hot Corrosion of a Second Generation Nickel-based Superalloy: Emily Kistler ; Brian Gleeson ; Michael Task ; University of Pittsburgh; Pratt & Whitney 4:40 PM Metal Silicide-refractory Oxide Electroconductive Ceramic Composites for High-temperature and Harsh-environment Sensing Applications: Gunes Yakaboylu ; Rajalekshmi Chockalingam ; Katarzyna Sabolsky ; Edward Sabolsky ; West Virginia University 4

115 Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Session V Program Organizers: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Charles Enloe, General Motors; Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc Wednesday PM Room: 406 October, 07 Session Chairs: Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines :00 PM 3rd Generation AHSS: High Strain Rate Tensile Testing: Sarah Kuhlman ; T. Machrowicz ; C. Parsons ; A. Sergueeva ; A. Frerichs ; B. Meacham ; S. Cheng ; D. Branagan ; UDRI; The NanoSteel Company, Inc. :0 PM Effects of Martempering on the Strength and Toughness of Medium Carbon Stainless Steels: Warren Garrison ; Justin Kim ; Yu Lin ; Ziheng Wu ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 PM Heat Transfer during Bottom Jet Impingement Cooling of a Stationary Steel Plate: Debanga Kashyap ; Vladan Prodanovic ; Matthias Militzer ; University of British Columbia 3:00 PM Relationship of Grain Size and Deformation Mechanism to the Fracture Behavior in High Strength high Ductility Nanostructured Austenitic Stainless Steel: Y Injeti ; Devesh Misra ; University of Texas at El Paso 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Structure - Mechanical Property Relationship in Laser Welded T-50 Maraging Steel Joint: K Li ; Devesh Misra ; University of Texas at El Paso 4:00 PM Tailoring Comprehensive Properties of High Nitrogen Stainless Steel via Friction Stir Processing: Z.Y. Ma ; H. Zhang ; D. Wang ; Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences 4:0 PM Development of Compacted Vermicular Cast Iron Cylinder Liner for Large Bore Marine Diesel Engine: Ji Haeng Heo ; Seung-Hyoun Nam ; Tae Young Hur ; Jin Guk Kim ; Jong-Hyun Hwang ; Hyundai Heavy Industries; Hyundai Heavy Industries, Co. Ltd. 4:40 PM Effect of Feeding Amount of Calcium on Non-metallic Inclusions of X0 Pipeline Steel: Shusen Li ; Hao Zhou ; Lifeng Zhang ; Ying Ren ; Wen Yang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing 5:00 PM Investigation on the Impurity Absorptivity of Tundish Fluxes: Limei Cheng ; Lifeng Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices Dielectrics I/Dielectrics II Program Organizers: Amar Bhalla, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Ruyan Guo, The University of Texas at San Antonio; K. M. Nair, E.I.duPont de Nemours & Co, Inc; Danilo Suvorov, Jožef Stefan Institute; Rick Ubic, Boise State University Wednesday PM Room: 33 October, 07 Session Chairs: Danilo Suvorov, Josef Stefan Institute; Ruyan Guo, The University of Texas at San Antonio :00 PM Invited Enhanced Quality Factor of Mg TiO 4 -based Ceramics at Microwave Frequencies: Eung Soo Kim ; Kyonggi University :0 PM Invited Indialite/Cordierite Glass Ceramics Applied for LTCC: Hitoshi Ohsato ; Jobin Varghese ; Timo Vahera ; Heli Jantunen ; Makoto Iwata 3 ; Nagoya Industrial Science Research Institute; University of Oulu; 3 Nagoya Institute of Technology :40 PM Effect of Polymer Phase on Freeze-cast High Temperature Dielectric Composites: Edward Gorzkowski ; Eric Patterson ; Naval Research Laboratory; ASEE 3:00 PM Invited BaTiO3 Ceramics Porosity Fractal Structured Approach: Vojislav Mitic ; Ljubisa Kocic ; Vesna Paunovic ; University of Nis, Faculty of Electronic Engineering 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Interfacing Oxides with Silicon Using Pulsed Laser Deposition: Matjaz Spreitzer ; Daniel Diaz Fernandez ; Tjaša Parkelj ; Danilo Suvorov ; Jozef Stefan Institute 4:00 PM A Broadband, High Frequency Characterization Approach for Combinatorial Dielectric Thin-films: Eric Marksz ; Nathan Orloff ; Christian Long ; James Booth ; Ichiro Takeuchi ; University of Maryland; National Institute for Standards and Technology 4:0 PM Engineering the Dielectric and Mechanical Properties of Parylene-C Columnar Microfibrous Thin Films by Controlling the Deposition Angle: Ibrahim Khawaji ; Chandraprakash Chindam ; Osama Awadelkarim ; Akhlesh Lakhtakia ; Pennsylvania State University 4:40 PM Volume and Polarization Induced Structural Phase Transitions of Pm3m Perovskites: Vignaswaran Kaliyaperumal Veerapandiyan ; YuHusn Liao ; Walter Schulze ; Scott Misture ; Steven Pilgrim ; Steven Tidrow ; Alfred University WEDNESDAY PM 5

116 WEDNESDAY PM Ceramic-based Optical Materials and Advanced Processing Session III Program Organizers: Yiquan Wu, Alfred University; Jas Sanghera, Naval Research Laboratory; Michael Squillante, RMD, Inc; Akio Ikesue, World-Lab. Co., Ltd Wednesday PM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chair: Woohong (Rick) Kim, Naval Research Laboratory :00 PM Invited Novel Powder Synthesis/Consolidation Processing and Characterization of Yttria-based Transparent Optical Ceramics: Do Kyung Kim ; KAIST :0 PM Invited Theoretical Study on Transparent Spinel Solid Solutions through Firstprinciples Calculation: Hao Wang ; Bingtian Tu ; Lu Ren ; Weimin Wang ; Zhengyi Fu ; Wuhan University of Technology :40 PM Invited Effects of Surface Roughness on Optical Characteristics of Ho-doped Polycrystalline YAG Fibers: Hyunjun Kim ; Randall Hay ; Sean McDaniel 3 ; Gary Cook ; Nicholas Usechak ; Augustine Urbas ; Kathleen Shugart ; Ali Kadhim ; HeeDong Lee ; Benjamin Griffin ; Dean Brown ; Randall Corns ; UES, Inc.; Air Force Research Laboratory; 3 Leidos, Inc. 3:00 PM Invited Improvement of Optical Transparency of Non-cubic Ceramic Polycrystals by Grain Orientation under Magnetic Field: Ying Shi ; Lincong Fan ; Debao Lin ; Lei Zhang ; Jianjun Xie ; Fang Lei ; Shanghai University 3:0 PM Coherent Poly-propagation of Diffracted White Light in a Natural Silicate: Michelle Stem ; University of Texas at El Paso Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials III Program Organizers: Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University; Kathy Lu, Virginia Tech; Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne; Edward Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory; Haitao Zhang, UNC Charlotte; Kejie Zhao, Purdue University; Hidehiro Kamiya, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Wednesday PM Room: 3 October, 07 Funding support provided by: MilliporeSigma Session Chair: Kejie Zhao, Purdue University :00 PM Invited In-situ Characterization of Growth and Performance of Nanostructured Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage: Shen Dillon ; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign :40 PM Development of Nanocrystalline Magnetic Material for High Current Inductors: Anthony Martone ; Bowen Dong ; Song Lan ; Matthew Willard ; Case Western Reserve University 3:00 PM Magnetic Properties and Phase Evolution of Iron Powders after High\7temperature Nitridation: Song Lan ; Zhiyao Feng ; Parivash Moradifar ; Frank Ernst ; David Matthiesen ; Matthew Willard ; Case Western Reserve University 3:0 PM Mist Deposition and Lift-off Patterning of Nanocrystalline Quantum Dots Films: Ala Sabeeh ; Jared Price ; Jerzy Ruzyllo ; The Pennsylvania State University, Taibah University, Saudi Arabia; The Pennsylvania State University 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Invited Synthesis of Nanomaterials in Extreme Environments: William Fahrenholtz ; Catherine Johnson ; Vadym Mochalin ; Martin Langenderfer ; Sergeii Chertopalov ; Missouri University of Science and Technology 4:40 PM Tailoring of Rutile&Anatase Hybrid Structure by Supersaturated Precursor Solution: Tao Tao ; Junghyun Cho ; SUNY-Binghamton University 5:00 PM Low Temperature Conventional Sintering of Nanograined Ceramics via High Green Density Processing: John Drazin ; Edward Gorzkowski ; ASEE Postdoc at US Naval Research Laboratory; NRL 5:0 PM Process Dependent Morphologies of Nano-particulate Superstructures: Kaushik Sridhar Vadari Venkata ; Nicole Ray ; William Petuskey ; Arizona State University Data and Tools for Materials Discovery and Design Data Science Methods in Materials Discovery and Development II Program Organizers: Zi-Kui Liu, The Pennsylvania State University; David McDowell, Georgia Institute of Technology; Carelyn Campbell, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Laura Bartolo, Northwestern University; Bryce Meredig, Citrine Informatics; Mark Tschopp, Army Research Laboratory; Dane Morgan, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Afina Lupulescu, ASM International Wednesday PM Room: 33 October, 07 Session Chairs: Tim Mueller, JHU; Elizabeth Holm, CMU :00 PM Invited Applications of Data Science and Machine Learning in Computational Materials Science: Elizabeth Holm ; Brian DeCost ; Ankita Mangal ; Carnegie Mellon University :0 PM Identifying Structural Motifs in Disordered Materials: Jason Maldonis ; Arash Banadaki ; Srikanth Patala ; Paul Voyles ; University of Madison, Wisconsin; North Carolina State University 6

117 :40 PM Analyzing Trends and Correlations in Structure-property Relationships Using Canonical Correlation Analysis: Sudipto Mandal ; Jacky Lao ; Vahid Tari ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:00 PM Prediction of Microstructure Evolution in Phase-field Simulations Through Data Analytics and Time Series: Yuksel Yabansu ; Linyun Liang ; Long-Qing Chen 3 ; Surya Kalidindi ; Georgia Institute of Technology; Argonne National Laboratory; 3 The Pennsylvania State University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited The Effective Use of Data in Materials Research: Tim Mueller ; Johns Hopkins University 4:00 PM Application of Data Science to the Study and Design of 9-% Cr Steel: Amit Verma ; Jeffrey Hawk ; Laura Bruckman ; Vyacheslav Romanov 3 ; Roger French ; Jennifer Carter ; Case Western Reserve University; NETL Albany; 3 NETL Pittsburgh 4:0 PM Materials Informatics and Big Data: Realization of 4th Paradigm of Science in Materials Science: Ankit Agrawal ; Alok Choudhary ; Northwestern University Design, Processing, and Development of Structural Materials Deformation Behavior of Structural Materials Program Organizers: Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Mitra Taheri, Drexel University Wednesday PM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jerry LaSalvia, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory :00 PM Influence of 0.75 wt% Ta O 5 and Nb O 5 Doping on the Properties of Zirconia- toughened- alumina (ZTA) Composites: Salma Naga ; Ahmed Hassan ; Mohamed Awaad ; National Research Center; Zagazig University :0 PM Evidence of Tribochemical Reactions in a Dynamically-impacted Boron Carbide: Jerry LaSalvia ; Vladislav Domnich ; Brian Schuster ; Brady Aydelotte ; Anit Giri ; Christopher Marvel 3 ; Martin Harmer 3 ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Rutgers University; 3 Lehigh University :40 PM Ideal Flows in Pressure Dependent Plasticity: Sergei Alexandrov ; Institute for Problems in Mechanics 3:00 PM Contribution of Stacking Faults on Strengthening of Biomedical Co-Cr-Mo Alloys Studied by X-ray Diffraction Line-profile Analysis: Kenta Yamanaka ; Manami Mori ; Shigeo Sato 3 ; Akihiko Chiba ; Tohoku University; National Institute of Technology, Sendai College; 3 Ibaraki University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Temperature, Strain Rate, and Microstructural Relationships for Cast Magnesium WE43: Frank Kellogg ; Clara Hofmeister ; Brandon McWilliams 3 ; Kyu Cho 3 ; SURVICE Engineering; ORAU/ORISE; 3 US Army Research Laboratory 4:00 PM Effect of Strain Rate on Deformation Mechanisms in Nanocrystalline CuTa during Cryogenic Testing: B. Hornbuckle ; Tom Luckenbaugh ; Anthony Roberts ; Anit Giri ; Kris Darling ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory 4:0 PM Microstructural Effects on the Dynamic Failure of Alumina: Tomoko Sano ; Brendan Koch ; Phillip Jannotti ; Brian Schuster ; James Hogan ; US Army Research Laboratory; University of Alberta Emerging Interconnect and Pb-free Materials for Advanced Packaging Technology Session II Program Organizers: Albert T. Wu, National Central University; Carol Handwerker, Purdue University; Fiqiri Hodaj, Grenoble Institute of Technology Wednesday PM Room: 336 October, 07 Session Chairs: Iver Anderson, Ames Laboratory; Fiqiri Hodaj, Grenoble Institute of Technology :00 PM Further Insights into the Role of Intermetallic Compounds on the Nucleation Phenomena in Sn-Cu-Ag Alloys during Reflow Process: Oleksii Liashenko ; Fiqiri Hodaj ; Grenoble Institute of Technology :0 PM Early Stage of Grain Boundary Nucleation as a Stress Relaxation Response during Thermal Cycling of Pure Tin Films.: Congying Wang ; Carol Handweker ; John Blendell ; Purdue University :40 PM Effects of Anisotropic Properties on Electromigration in Tin Solder Interconnects: Zachary Morgan ; Yongmei Jin ; Vahid Attari ; Raymundo Arróyave ; Michigan Technological University; Texas A&M University 3:00 PM (Sub)grains Rotation Behavior in Pb-free BGA Solder Joints Subjected to Thermomechanical Stress: Jing Han ; Yan Wang ; Xuewei Zhao ; Beijing University of Technology 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Study of Tin Whisker Growth under Polyurethane Based Conformal Coatings: Fei Dong ; Junghyun Cho ; Stephan Meschter ; Binghamton University, SUNY; BAE Systems 4:00 PM Nucleation of Sn Films on Single Crystal Ge and Si Substrates: Kathlene Reeve ; Carol Handwerker ; Purdue University WEDNESDAY PM 7

118 WEDNESDAY PM 4:0 PM Formation and evolution of tin surface defects during cyclic bending: Xi Chen ; Purdue University Failure Analysis and Prevention Steel & Heat Treatment Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Wednesday PM Room: 407 October, 07 Session Chairs: Erik Mueller, National Transportation Safety Board; Christopher Misorski, Mercury Marine; Craig Clauser, Craig Clauser Engineering Consulting :00 PM Invited Cracking of Ladle Spreader Beams at the U. S. Steel Mon Valley Works Edgar Thomson Plant: Steven Bianculli ; United States Steel :0 PM Ausferrite and Bainite -Tough Problems, Tough Solutions: John Keough ; Kathy Hayrynen ; Applied Process Inc. :40 PM Invited Heat Treat Related Failures?: Arvid Casler ; Aerospace Mfg Consultant 3:00 PM Invited Failure Analysis of M4 X 65mm High Strength Bolts: Michael Connelly ; Casey Products 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Metallurgical Evaluation of a Fractured 4-inch Flexible Bleed Hose From a Combustion Test Cell: William Rossey ; GE Aviation 4:00 PM Metallurgical Evaluation of a 4340 Low Alloy Steel Fixture Used for Aircraft Engine Component Testing: Jonathan Morales ; GE Aviation 4:0 PM The Benefits of Doing Nothing as the First Step in a Failure Analysis: Some Surprising EDS Results with Oxford AZtec EDS on Rusty Uncleaned Specimens: Diane Boose ; Debbie Aliya ; T. K. Holdings; Aliya Analytical, Inc. 4:40 PM Failures Caused by Heat Treating: Craig Clauser ; CCECI 5:00 PM Characterization of Steel Continuous Sucker Rods Before and After Heat Treatment: Majid Al-Maharbi ; Abdullah Al-Shabibi ; Sultan Qaboos University Failure Analysis and Prevention Wear & Tribology Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Wednesday PM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jake Auliff, DANFOSS; Michael Budinski, NTSB; Veronique Vitry, UMONS; Mark Hineman, Engineering Systems Incorporated; Mark Russell, Engineering Design & Testing Corporation :00 PM Invited Wear, Friction and Tribology Failure Analysis: Steve Shaffer ; Bruker TSOM :40 PM Invited Wear Failure, the Crash of Alaska Airlines Flight 6.: Joe Epperson ; NTSB 3:00 PM Tribological Performances, Issues & Utilization of Testing to Improve Functionality: Mark Hineman ; Frederick Schmidt ; Engineering Systems Inc. 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Modern Tribological Trends in the Rolling-elements Bearing s Industry in Terms of Materials, Heat Treatments & Coatings: Pierre Dupont ; Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba 4:00 PM Common... Let s Slide Again! A Plain Bearings Story!: Pierre Dupont ; Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba 4:0 PM Thermally Sprayed Coatings as Substitute for Lead-containing Bronze in Axial Sliding Bearing Applications: Mareike Hesebeck ; Galina Haidarschin ; Lutz Fassl ; Marc Diesselberg ; Danfoss Power Solutions; Oerlikon Metco 4:40 PM Determine Cause of Damage to Differential Gear Box: Kyle Minden ; EDT 5:00 PM Powder Coating for Wear Product Elimination: Mark Russell ; Engineering Design & Testing Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization III Program Organizers: Ryan Deacon, United Technologies Research Center; Daniel Dennies, Consulting Metallurgical Engineer; George Vander Voort, Consultant - Struers Inc Wednesday PM Room: 409 October, 07 Session Chair: To Be Announced :00 PM Improving the Precision of Microindentation Hardness Data: George Vander Voort ; Consultant - Struers Inc.

119 :40 PM Correlating Variability in Fatigue Life with Fracture Mechanisms in a Near-α Titanium Alloy: Vikas Sinha ; Sushant Jha ; Adam Pilchak 3 ; William Porter ; Reji John 3 ; James Larsen 3 ; Air Force Research Laboratory; UES, Inc.; Air Force Research Laboratory; University of Dayton Research Institute; 3 Air Force Research Laboratory 3:00 PM Metallographic Analysis of Cu-Nb Nanolaminates Using Polarized Light Optical Microscopy: Thomas Nizolek ; Jacyln Avallone ; Rodney McCabe ; Nathan Mara ; Irene Beyerlein ; Tresa Pollock ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; University of California Santa Barbara 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Three Dimensional (3D) Analysis of White Etching Regions in AISI M50 Bearing Steel: Satya Ganti ; Bryan Turner ; Hitesh Trivedi ; Veeraraghavan Sundar ; Mathew Kirsch ; Don Anthony 3 ; Bryan McCoy 3 ; UES Inc; USAF; 3 SKF Aeroengine NA 4:00 PM Microstructural Developments in Dual-phase and Advanced High Strength Steels: David Matlock ; Emmanuel De Moor ; John Speer ; Colorado School of Mines Gas/Metal Reactions, Diffusion and Phase Transformation during Heat Treatment of Steel Session II Program Organizers: Liang He, Air Products and Chemicals Inc.; Xuekun Li, Tsinghua University; Daniel Baker, General Motors Wednesday PM Room: 404 October, 07 Session Chair: Yuan Lu, Worcester Polytechnic Institute :00 PM Characterization of Microalloyed Wrought Armor Steels Manufactured in Small Scale: Cody Dyar ; William Williams ; Haley Doude ; Wilburn Whittington ; Andrew Oppedal ; Mark Tschopp ; Hongjoo Rhee ; Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems - Mississippi State University; Army Research Laboratory :0 PM Instrumented Indentation Characterization of Bainite/Martensite Duplex Microstructure on Mechanical Properties: Rangasayee Kannan ; Yiyu Wang ; Neil Anderson ; Leijun Li ; University of Alberta :40 PM Microstructural Modifications in AF96 Steel: Vikas Sinha ; Eric Payton ; Manny Gonzales ; Bill Song ; Air Force Research Laboratory, UES, Inc.; Air Force Research Laboratory 3:00 PM Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of AISI440 and Pyrowear53 after Gas and Liquid Quenching: Yuan Lu ; Haixuan Yu ; Richard Sisson, Jr. ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute 3:0 PM Variant Selection in Primary and Secondary Nucleation of Bainite in Steels with Various Carbon Contents: Shoichi Nambu ; Ryosuke Hattori ; Mayumi Ojima ; Toshihiko Koseki ; The University of Tokyo Glass Composites Applications Program Organizers: Guang-Ming (Derek) Tao, University of Central Florida; Huanyu Cheng, The Pennsylvania State University; Xin Zhang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Jie Song, Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology Wednesday PM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Huanyu Cheng, The Pennsylvania State University; Guang-Ming (Derek) Tao, University of Central Florida; Hui Chen, National Energy Technology Laboratory :00 PM Invited Photoelectric Properties of Nano-crystallized Chalcogenide Glass-ceramics: Xianghua Zhang ; Ilia Korolkov ; Michel Cathelinaud ; Hongli Ma ; Laurent Calvez ; Jean-Luc Adam ; CNRS/University of Rennes :40 PM Invited An Innovative Pathway to Nanostructured Sapphire Optical Fiber for Sensing in Harsh Environments: Hui Chen ; Jiri Kanka ; Zsolt Poole ; Paul Ohodnicki ; Henry Du 3 ; National Energy Technology Laboratory; Institute of Photonics and Electronics, Academy of Science of the Czech Republic; 3 Stevens Institute of Technology 3:00 PM Design and Characterization of Glass-Ceramic Layered Composites with Enhanced Mechanical Properties: Raul Bermejo ; Peter Supancic ; Franz Aldrian 3 ; Robert Danzer ; The Pennsylvania State University; Montanuniversitaet Leoben; 3 EPCOS OHG 3:0 PM Effects of Microstructure on the Corrosion Behavior of Borosilicate Glassceramics for Waste Vitrification: Nicholas Roberts ; Richard Brow ; Jarrod Crum ; Paul Porter ; Missouri S&T; Pacific Northwest National Labratories 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Invited Functionalizing a Glass Surface with Nanostructures for Nanophotonic and Optoelectronic Applications: Cheng Zhang ; Henri Lezec ; Wenqi Zhu ; Amit Agrawal ; NIST 4:0 PM Invited Microstructure Effects on the Dynamic Tensile (Spall) Strength of Titaniumbased Bulk Metallic Glass In-situ formed Composites: Naresh Thadhani ; Georgia Institute of Technology 4:40 PM Invited Nanocrystal-glass Composite Electrolytes with Superior Ionic Conductivity and Stability for Na-ion Batteries: Ruilin Zheng ; Hanqing Dai ; Wei Wei ; Nanjing University of Posts & Telecommunications 5:00 PM Crystallization Kinetics and Microstructural Development in a Complex Borosilicate Glass-ceramic for Waste Vitrification: Paul Porter ; Nicholas Roberts ; Richard Brow ; Jarrod Crum ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory WEDNESDAY PM 9

120 WEDNESDAY PM 5:0 PM Luminescence Properties of Rare Earth Doped Chalcogenide Glass Ceramics and Quantum Dots/Chalcogenide Glass Composite: Jihong Zhang ; Lingchao Meng ; Chao Liu ; Xiujian Zhao ; Jong Heo ; Wuhan University of Technology; Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) Innovative Processing and Synthesis of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites Ceramic Processing II Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Takashi Goto, Tohoku University Wednesday PM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chairs: Teiichi Kimura, Japan Fine Ceramics Center(JFCC); K. S. Ravi Chandran, University of Utah :00 PM Invited Laser Sintering of Ceramics for Additive Manufacturing: Teiichi Kimura ; Japan Fine Ceramics Center :40 PM Advances in Flame Assisted Flash Sintering: Amir Tavakoli ; Stephen Johnson ; Andrew Hunt ; ngimat LLC 3:00 PM Mechanism and Kinetics of In Situ Formation of Titanium Boride (TiB) in the Electrical-field-assisted Sintering Process: Jun Du ; K. S. Ravi Chandran ; University of Utah 3:0 PM Densification and Temperature Profile in Spark Plasma Sintered Fe based Amorphous Alloy Matrix Composites: Tanaji Paul ; Sandip Harimkar ; Oklahoma State University 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Sintering of Glass Frit: Aubrey Fry ; Hyojin Lee ; William Carty ; Alfred University 4:0 PM Internal Solid State Displacement Reactions in Non-oxide Ceramics Proceeding through Gaseous Intermediates: Ryan Dempsey ; David Lipke ; Alfred University 4:40 PM Fabrication of Nano Yttria by the Application of Electric Current Pulse during Precipitation Process: Wenbin Dai ; Chuanzhi Xu ; Xinli Wang ; Xiang Zhao ; Jingkun Yu ; Northeastern University 5:00 PM Low Temperature Joining of Borosilicate Glass: Eric Muskovin ; William Fahrenholtz ; Richard Brow ; Jessica Buckner ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; Applied Technology Associates Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Interface Kinetics II Program Organizers: Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University; John Blendell, Purdue University; Wayne Kaplan, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Wednesday PM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Ming Tang, Rice University; Rachel Zucker, University of California :00 PM Generalized Interfacial Fault Energies: Christopher Barrett ; Haitham El Kadiri ; Robert Moser ; Mississippi State University; US Army Corps of Engineers - ERDC :0 PM Local Defect Ordering and Interface Evolution during Electrical Degradation of Barium Titanate: Nicole Creange ; Matthew Cabral ; Gyung Hyun Ryu ; Elizabeth Dickey ; North Carolina State University :40 PM Influence of Chemical Interface Structure on Thin Film Stress Evolution: Tyler Kaub ; David Jacobson ; Gregory Thompson ; University of Alabama; University of Arkansas 3:00 PM Thermodynamics of Grain Boundary Desegregation in Nanocrystalline Alloys: Arvind Kalidindi ; Christopher Schuh ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Thermally Induced Grain Coarsening in Alpha Iron: Yu-Feng Shen ; Robert Suter ; Siddharth Maddali ; Gregory Rohrer ; Aditi Bhattacharya ; Xiaoting Zhong ; Carnegie Mellon University; Argnnone National Laboratory 4:00 PM Phase Separation and Phase Transformation in Nanocrystalline Fe Alloys: Thermal Stability and Densification Behavior: Dor Amram ; Christopher Schuh ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology 4:0 PM Exploring the Interactions between Grain Boundaries and Precipitates in Ni-Al Using Molecular Dynamics: Rachel Morrison ; Jennifer Carter ; Saryu Fensin ; Case Western Reserve University; MST-, Los Alamos National Laboratory 4:40 PM Anti-thermal Grain Growth in Strontium Titanate: Amanda Krause ; Christopher Marvel ; Wolfgang Rheinheimer ; Michael Hoffmann ; Gregory Rohrer 3 ; Martin Harmer ; Lehigh University; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; 3 Carnegie Mellon University 5:00 PM Changes in Local Interface Chemistry during Resistance Degradation of SrTiO 3 : Daniel Long ; Elizabeth Dickey ; North Carolina State University 0

121 International Symposium on Ceramic Matrix Composites CMC II Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Jacques Lamon, CNRS; Sung Choi, Naval Air Systems Command Wednesday PM Room: 36 October, 07 Session Chairs: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Sung Choi, Naval Air Systems Command :00 PM Invited Overview of Erosion in Ceramic Matrix Composites: Sung Choi ; Naval Air Systems Command :40 PM Characterization of the Erosion Behavior of an MI SiC/SiC Ceramic Matrix Composite: Cajer Gong ; Nesredin Kedir ; Calvin Faucett ; Luis Sanchez ; Sung Choi ; Naval Air Systems Command 3:00 PM Invited Effects of Boron on Oxidation of SiC/BN/SiC Composites: Bohuslava McFarland ; Megan Wilson ; Elizabeth Opila ; University of Virginia 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Characterization and Analysis of Foreign Object Damage Behavior of an MI SiC/SiC Ceramic Matrix Composite at Ambient Temperature at Full Support Configuration: David Faucett ; Luis Sanchez ; Nesredin Kedir ; Cajer Gong ; Sung Choi ; Naval Air Warfare Center Air Division (NAVAIR) 4:0 PM High-temperature Oxidation of BN-coated SiC Sylramic Fibers in Dry and Wet Atmospheres: Valentina Angelici Avincola ; Elizabeth Opila ; University of Virginia 4:40 PM Degradation of SiC Fibers at Elevated Temperatures: Evan Callaway ; Frank Zok ; University of California, Santa Barbara International Symposium on Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena Chemo-Mechanical Coupling Program Organizers: Tatsuya Kawada, Tohoku University; Manfred Martin, RWTH Aachen University; Sangtae Kim, University of California, Davis Wednesday PM Room: 4 October, 07 Session Chairs: Igor Lubomirsky, The Weizmann Institute of Science; Nicola Perry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology :00 PM Defect Analysis of Material by Replica Techinque: Muhammad Hassan ; Dawood University of Engineering & Technology, Karachi :0 PM The Effect of Hydrogen on Plastic Deformation as Predicted from Discrete Dislocation Dynamic Simulations: Yejun Gu ; Jaafar El-Awady ; Johns Hopkins University :40 PM Invited Understanding Stoichiometry-related Chemical Expansion in Mixed Conducting Oxides: Nicola Perry ; Dario Marrocchelli ; Chang Sub Kim ; Sean Bishop 3 ; Harry Tuller ; ICNER, Kyushu University & MIT; MIT; 3 Redox Power Systems, LLC 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Point Defects and Anelasticity in Pure and Gd-doped Ceria: Olga Kraynis ; Ellen Wachtel ; Anatoly Frenkel ; Igor Lubomirsky ; Weizmann Institute of Science; Stony Brook University 4:0 PM Invited Strain Effects on Oxygen Point Defect Formation and Migration in Perovskite and Ruddlesden-Popper Phases: Dane Morgan ; Tam Mayeshiba ; Shenzhen Xu ; Ryan Jacobs ; Wei Xie ; Yueh-Lin Lee 3 ; Yang Shao-Horn 4 ; University of Wisconsin - Madison; University of California, Berkeley; 3 National Energy Technology Laboratory; 4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 5:00 PM Characterization of Defect Microstructure in Ge X Si -x /Si Epitaxial Structures Using Electron Channeling Contrast Imaging: Joseph Tessmer ; Marc DeGraef ; Yoosuf Picard ; Carnegie Mellon University Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XIX) Dissimilar Metal Welds Program Organizers: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University; Mathieu Brochu, McGill University; Anming Hu, University of Tennessee; Darren Barborak, AZZ WSI; Akio Hirose, Osaka University; Peng He, Harbin Insitute of Technology; Zhiyong Gu, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Vikas Patel, ArcelorMittal USA Wednesday PM Room: 36 October, 07 Session Chairs: Zhenzhen Yu, Colorado School of Mines; Ivan Mendoza, Tecnológico Nacional de Mexico :00 PM Technologies for Joining Titanium to Steel: Overview and New Development: Yu-Ping Yang ; Jerry Gould ; Bradley Fingland ; EWI; Tenneco :0 PM Characterization of Explosively Clad Steel-titanium and Steel-titanium Systems: M.J. Perricone ; C.M. Hefferan ; K.E. Wagner ; M.S. Potter ; B.R. Bandli ; R.J. Lee Group :40 PM Simulation Model for Laser Beam Welding of Steel-aluminum Lap Joints: Anton Evdokimov ; Katrin Springer ; Nikolay Doynov ; Ralf Ossenbrink ; Vesselin Michailov ; Brandenburg University of Technology 3:00 PM Characterization of the Solidification Process in Dissimilar Welds: Ivan Mendoza-Bravo ; Instituto Tecnologico de Veracruz WEDNESDAY PM

122 WEDNESDAY PM 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Characterization of Dissimilar Metal Welds between Grade F65 Steel and Low Alloy Steel Overlays Using Alloy 65 Filler Wire: Ryan Buntain ; Boian Alexandrov ; The Ohio State University 4:00 PM Effect of Post Weld Heat Treatment Temperature on Hydrogen Assisted Cracking of Heat Resistant Stainless Steel Dissimilar Metal Welds: James Rule ; Boian Alexandrov ; The Ohio State University 4:0 PM Effects of Supercritical CO on the Mechanical Behavior of Dissimilar Metal-weld: Sajedur Akanda ; M. Kapoor ; K. Rozman ; Ö. Dogan ; National Energy Technology Laboratory 4:40 PM Optimizing Dissimilar Metal Welds via Pillar Compression and TEM Analysis: Daniel Sorensen ; Jason Myers ; Bernard Li ; Wei Zhang 3 ; Eric Hintsala 4 ; Douglas Stauffer 4 ; Antonio Ramirez 3 ; Medtronic PLC; University of Minnesota Characterization; 3 Ohio State University; 4 Bruker Nano Surfaces 5:00 PM Effects of Pinned and Clamped Loading Conditions on Fatigue Test Results of Similar and Dissimilar Welds in Lap-shear Specimens: Shin-Jang Sung ; Jwo Pan ; University of Michigan Light Metals Alliance: Light Metals Technology 07 Light Metals Technology: Characterization Program Organizers: Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Kumar Sadayappan, Canmet MATERIALS; Frank Czerwinski, CanmetMATERIALS ; Brajendra Mishra, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Michael Bermingham, The University of Queensland; Wenjiang Ding, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Zhongyun Fan, Brunel University; Gonasagren Govender, The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) ; Karl Kainer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Andreas Kraly, LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH; Salem Seifeddine, Jönköping University; Bong Sun You, Korea Institute of Materials Science Wednesday PM Room: 45 October, 07 Session Chairs: Andreas Kraly, LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH; Salem Seifeddine, Jönköping University :00 PM Effect of Heat Treatment and Artificial Ageing on Al-5Mg-Zn: Levy Chauke ; CSIR :0 PM Understanding Homogenous Nucleation Mechanisms in Solidification of Aluminum by Million-atom Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Avik Mahata ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; Michael Baskes ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; University of California, San Diego :40 PM Effect of Isothermal Holding at Elevated Temperature on Metallurgically Bonded Bimetallic Castings: Carl Soderhjelm ; Diran Apelian ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute 3:00 PM Comparison of Microstructure and Tensile Property of Silafont-36 and Mercaloy 367 in a Rear Cross Member Prototype Casting Using HPDC Process: Kumar Sadayappan ; Gabriel Birsan ; Xiaochun Zeng ; Sumanth Shankar ; CanmetMaterials - Natural Resources Canada; LMCRC - McMaster University 3:0 PM Effect of Heat Treatment Conditions on Microstructure, Mechanical Properties and Residual Stress in a Die-cast Al-Si Alloy: Eunkyung Lee ; Brajendra Mishra ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Optimization of Thermal Balance of HPDC Tooling by Lubro-refrigeration and Quality Improvement of Castings: Mario Rosso ; Ildiko Peter ; Politechnico di Torino 4:0 PM Investigating Effect of Thermal Parameters on Properties of Al-4%Cu Alloy Squeeze Cast under a High Applied Pressure: Khawaja Haider ; University 4:40 PM Enhancing Aluminum Scrap Recycling through the Implementation of Optoelectronic Sorting Technologies: Sean Kelly ; Diran Apelian ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute 5:00 PM Study on Microstructure and Properties of Low Concentration Al-V Alloy: Yihan Liu ; Northeastern University 5:0 PM Revisit of Al Si Mg (Cu) Cast Alloys for Gravity Casting and High Pressure Die Casting: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties: Shouxun Ji ; Xixi Dong ; Zhongyun Fan ; Brunel University Light Metals Alliance: Light Metals Technology 07 Light Metals Technology: Magnesium & General Presentations Program Organizers: Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Kumar Sadayappan, Canmet MATERIALS; Frank Czerwinski, CanmetMATERIALS ; Brajendra Mishra, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Michael Bermingham, The University of Queensland; Wenjiang Ding, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Zhongyun Fan, Brunel University; Gonasagren Govender, The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) ; Karl Kainer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Andreas Kraly, LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH; Salem Seifeddine, Jönköping University; Bong Sun You, Korea Institute of Materials Science Wednesday PM Room: 44 October, 07 Session Chairs: Gonasagren Govender, The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) ; Ronald Machaka, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research :00 PM Structure and Properties of Consolidated Gas-atomized Magnesium Alloy Powders: R Sadangi ; D Kapoor ; T Zahrah ; Armament Research Development Engineering Center; MATSYS, Inc

123 :0 PM Solution Heat Treatment on Mechanical Properties and Corrosion of Extruded Mg5Gd Compared To Pure Mg: Petra Maier ; Maximilian Bechly ; Norbert Hort ; University of Applied Sciences Stralsund; Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht :40 PM Development of the Multi-purpose High Shear Mixing Technology for Continuous Processing of Al and Mg Alloys: Jayesh Patel ; Yijie Zhang ; Jaime Nebreda ; Zhongyun Fan ; BCAST 3:00 PM Microalloyed Magnesium Alloys with High Complex of Properties: Sergei Belikov ; Vadim Shalomeev ; Eduard Tsivirko ; Nikita Aikin ; Sergei Sheyko ; Zaporozhye National Technical University 3:0 PM The Role of Zn Additions on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Mg-Nd-Zn Alloys: Serge Gavras ; Domonkos Tolnai ; Tungky Subroto ; Ricardo Buzolin ; Norbert Hort ; Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Hot Deformation Behavior, Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Mg-Zn-Al-0.5Cu-0.5Mn Alloy: Yuansheng Yang ; Shaozhen Zhu ; Tianjiao Luo ; Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences 4:0 PM Post-forming Mechanical Properties of Double-sided Incrementally Formed Sheet Alloys: Ravi Verma ; Eric Thomas ; Brian Martinek ; Alan Gillard ; Vijitha Kiridena ; Boeing 4:40 PM X-Ray Computed Tomography An Enabling Tool for Casting Process Cognition Development and Improvement: Ning Sun ; Chen Dai ; Vijay Alreja ; Diran Apelian ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; V.J. Technologies Inc. 5:00 PM Computational Study of Competing Icosahedral Approximants in RS009: Joseph Jankowski ; Jonathan Miorelli ; Michael Kaufman ; Amy Clarke ; Mark Eberhart ; Krish Krishnamurthy ; Vladan Stevanovic ; Colorado School of Mines; Honeywell 5:0 PM Complexities in the Assessment of Melt Quality: Martin Riestra ; Anton Bjurenstedt ; Toni Bogdanoff ; Ehsan Ghassemali ; Salem Seifeddine ; Jönköping University Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Materials Testing, Processing, and Applications Program Organizers: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory Wednesday PM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Indrajit Charit, University of Idaho; Kevin Field, Oak Ridge National Laboratory :00 PM Invited Small Scale Mechanical Testing on Materials for Nuclear Applications: Peter Hosemann ; David Frazer ; Cameron Howard ; Hi Vo ; University of California Berkeley :0 PM Assessment of Creep-fatigue Behavior and Damage Mechanisms of Alloy 709 Under Accelerated Conditions: Ty Porter ; Kip Findley ; Jie Song ; Michael Kaufman ; Colorado School of Mines :40 PM Investigations of Capacitor Discharge Welding for Attaching End Caps onto Molybdenum Fuel Rod Tubes: Jerry Gould ; Sam Lewis ; Bo Cheng ; Cem Topbasi ; Edison Welding Institute; EPRI 3:00 PM On Creep Deformation Behavior of Nb-containing Fe-Ni-Cr Austenitic Stainless Steel: Nilesh Kumar ; Abdullah Alomari ; KL Murty ; NC State University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Pulse Electric Current Joining of Oxide-Dispersion-Strengthened Steels: Bai Cui ; Xueliang Yan ; Fei Wang ; Chenfei Zhang ; Yongfeng Lu ; Michael Nastasi ; University of Nebraska Lincoln 4:00 PM Study of SPS Sintered NFA and NFA-SiC Cladding Materials under High Dose Self-ion Irradiation: Kaijie Ning ; Kathy Lu ; Virginia Tech 4:0 PM Investigating Formation and Re-orientation of Multi-Phase Hydrides in Zirconium Nuclear Fuel Cladding by Phase Field Modeling: Jacob Bair ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; Missouri University of Science and Technology 4:40 PM Multiscale Irradiation Effects of Tungsten Based Materials as Plasma Facing Components: Osman El-Atwani ; Erika Esquivel ; Stuart Maloy ; Los Alamos National laboratory WEDNESDAY PM 3

124 WEDNESDAY PM Materials Issues in Nuclear Waste Management Nuclear Waste Process Analysis and Modeling Program Organizers: Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Tongan Jin, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Nathan Mellot, Michigan State University; Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin Madison; S.K. Sundaram, Alfred University Wednesday PM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Jason Lonergan, Washington State University :00 PM An Empirical Model of Thermodynamic Sulfur Solubility in Nuclear Waste Glasses: Tongan Jin ; Dongsang Kim ; Kevin Fox ; Madison Caldwell ; John Vienna ; Brigitte Weese ; Michael Schweiger ; Renee Russell ; Albert Kruger 3 ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Savannah River National Laboratory; 3 U.S. Department of Energy Office of River Protection :0 PM Application of Evolved Gas Analysis to Nuclear Waste Feed Melting: Miroslava Hujova ; Richard Pokorny ; Jaroslav Klouzek ; Seungmin Lee ; Joseph Traverso ; Michael Schweiger ; Albert Kruger 3 ; Pavel Hrma ; University of Chemistry and Technology Prague; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; 3 Office of River Protection, DOE :40 PM Invited Atomistic Computer Simulations of Nuclear Waste Materials: Jincheng Du ; University of North Texas 3:00 PM Effect of Foaming on Heat Flux to the Cold Cap In the High-alumina HLW Melter Feed: SeungMin Lee ; Pavel Hrma ; Richard Pokorny ; Jaroslav Klouzek ; Michael Schweiger ; Albert Kruger 3 ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Laboratory of Inorganic Materials, Joint Workplace of the Institute of Chemical Technology Prague and the Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics of the ASCR; 3 U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection 3:0 PM Enhanced Vitrification Processing Models for High TiO Containing Glasses: Carol Jantzen ; Cory Trivelpiece ; Tommy Edwards ; Savannah River National Laboratory 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Invited Savannah River National Laboratory Strategies for Waste Treatment Processing: Connie Herman ; Savannah River National Laboratory 4:40 PM Structures and Properties of Spinel MgAl O 4 /Glass Interfaces from Molecular Dynamics Computer Simulations: Wei Sun ; Mengguo Ren ; Lu Deng ; Jincheng Du ; University of North Texas 5:00 PM Predictive Modeling of Crystal Accumulation in the HLW Glass Melters Processing Radioactive Waste: Josef Matyas ; Vivianaluxa Gervasio ; Sulaiman Sannoh ; Albert Kruger ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; U.S. Department of Energy, Office of River Protection 5:0 PM MD Simulations of the Bulk and Surface Structures of Nuclear Waste Glasses: Lu Deng ; Jincheng Du ; University of North Texas Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Metals I Program Organizers: Indrajit Dutta, Corning Incorporated; Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated Wednesday PM Room: 4 October, 07 Session Chair: Scott Misture, Alfred University :00 PM Innovative SEM/EDS Characterization of Steel Facilitated by a Silicon Drift Detector: John Konopka ; Thermo Fisher Scientific :0 PM Stable Core-shell Particles in Nanocrystalline Cu-Ta: Christopher Marvel ; B. Hornbuckle ; Kristopher Darling ; Martin Harmer ; Lehigh University; Army Research Laboratory :40 PM Microstructure-property Relations in Mn-Al-base Ferro-magnet Alloys Obtained by High-Strain-Rate Severe Plastic Deformation Processing: JaeHyuk Jo ; Sahar Farjami ; Ravi Shankar ; Hasso Weiland ; Jorg Wiezorek ; University of Pittsburgh; Arconic, Inc. 3:00 PM Experimental Determination of the Mueller Matrix Components for Uniaxial Alpha-titanium from Computational Polarized Light Microscopy: Ke-Wei Jin ; Marc De Graef ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Effect of Nanoprecipitation on Magnetic Properties of Fe-P based Alloy: Sundararajan Govindan ; Ravi Gautham ; D Prabhu ; Raghavan Gopalan ; Indian Institute of Technology Madras; ARCI 4:00 PM Microstructural Evolution of Ti-7Al under Cyclic Loading: Rachel Lim ; Yufeng Shen ; Tugce Ozturk ; Joel Bernier ; Christopher Kantzos ; He Liu ; Paul Shade 3 ; Robert Suter ; Anthony Rollett ; Carnegie Mellon University; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 3 U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory 4:0 PM A New View of the Grain Coarsening Behavior of Austenite and the Role of High Mobility Boundaries in Ti-microalloyed Low-carbon Steels: Victor Blancas-Garcia ; Enrique Garcia ; C. Isaac Garcia 3 ; Tenaris / University of Pittsburgh; Tenaris; 3 University of Pittsburgh 4:40 PM High Strain Rate Testing of Wrought Super Alloy to Address the Structural Integrity Requirements of Gas Turbine Engine Casings: Anuradha Majila ; Gas Turbine Research Establishment 4

125 Materials Selection and Surface Analyses for Corrosion Prevention and Detection Coatings and Protection/Corrosion Technologies Program Organizers: Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Ajit Mishra, Haynes International; Sudhakar Mahajanam, PinnacleART; Eric Schindelholz, Sandia National Laboratory; Xueyuan Zhang, Gamry Instruments; Guang-Ling Song, Xiamen University; Luis Garfrais, Wood Group Kenny; Raul Rebak, General Electric Wednesday PM Room: 405 October, 07 Session Chairs: Xueyuan Zhang, Gamry; Ajit Mishra, Haynes International :00 PM Advances in Zinc Phosphate Activator Technology: Mark McMillen ; PPG Industries Inc :0 PM Evaluation of Coating Performance on AA6XXX via Standard Corrosion Cabinet Testing: Mary Lyn Lim ; Brian Okerberg ; Peter Votruba-Drzal ; PPG :40 PM Corrosion Mechanism of Cathodic Protected Transmission Pipeline Steel with Damaged Enamel Coatings: Liang Fan ; Genda Chen ; Signo T. Reis ; Mike Koenigstein ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; Pro- Perma Engineered Coatings, Roesch Inc. 3:00 PM Electrochemically Accelerated Degradation of Organic Coating: Dajiang Zheng ; Qi Gui ; Guang-Ling Song ; Xiamen University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Co-localization of Complementary Characterization Tools to Investigate Corrosion Performance: Corey Efaw ; Thiago da Silva ; Elton Graugnard ; Paul Davis ; Lan Li ; Mike Hurley ; Boise State University 4:00 PM Application of Frequency and Amplitude Modulation Instrumentation in Corrosion: Xueyuan Zhang ; Gamry Instruments 4:0 PM Study on Time-variant Characteristics of Metal/Electrolyte Interface under AC Interference: Yanxia Du ; Minxu Lu ; Yingwu Xiao ; Dezhi Tang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing/University of Pittsburgh 4:40 PM Study on Corrosion Mechanism of MnS Inclusions with Different Size in Spring Steel: Qing Liu ; Weining Shi ; Shufeng Yang ; Weihua Zhang ; Jingshe Li ; Xueliang Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing Mechanochemical Synthesis and Reactions in Materials Science II Session III Program Organizers: Antonio Fuentes, Cinvestav del IPN; Laszlo Takacs, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Challapalli Suryanarayana, University of Central Florida; Jacques Huot, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres Wednesday PM Room: 37 October, 07 Session Chairs: Antonio Fuentes, Cinvestav del IPN; Francisco Gotor, Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Sevilla :00 PM Invited Mechanochemistry under Hydrogen Gas: Synthesis of Efficient Materials for Hydrogen Storage and Electrochemical Applications: Fermin Cuevas ; Junxian Zhang ; Michel Latroche ; CNRS-UPEC/ICMPE/France :40 PM Effect of Ball Milling on the Hydrogen Storage Properties of TiFe Alloy Doped with 4wt.% ZrMn Additive: Gabriela Romero ; Peng Lv ; Jacques Huot ; Instituto Tecnológicoy de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM); UQTR 3:00 PM Alane by Mechanochemical Metathesis: Reaction Control by Inert Solids, Liquids and Gases: Shalabh Gupta ; Ihor Hlova ; Takeshi Kobayashi ; Jennifer Goldston ; Marek Pruski ; Vitalij Pecharsky ; Ames Laboratory 3:0 PM Defect-laden D Materials for Enhanced Mechanocatalysis: Richard Blair ; University of Central Florida 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Magnesiothermic MASHS of Zirconium and Hafnium Diborides: Sergio Cordova ; Evgeny Shafirovich ; The University of Texas at El Paso 4:0 PM SMACS: Surface Mechanical Attrition of Cold Spray Composite Coatings: Heather Murdoch ; Blake Barnett ; Jonathan Ligda ; Army Research Lab 4:40 PM The Energy Consumed in Ball Mills: Otavio Fortini ; UMD Metal and Polymer Matrix Composites III Metal Matrix Composites Program Organizers: Nikhil Gupta, New York University; Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Wednesday PM Room: 330 October, 07 Session Chairs: Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Jennifer Sietins, U.S. Army Research Laboratory WEDNESDAY PM :00 PM Invited Lightweight Self-lubricating Aluminum Matrix Composites Reinforced by Graphene: Emad Omrani ; Afsaneh Dorri Moghadam ; Pradeep Rohatgi ; University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 5

126 WEDNESDAY PM :40 PM Boron Nitride Nanotube Reinforced Aluminum Composite via Solidification Processing: Pranjal Nautiyal ; Benjamin Boesl ; Arvind Agarwal ; Florida International University 3:00 PM Advances on Fabrication of Al-based Nanocomposites Assisted by Ultrasonic and Electromagnetic Processing: Laurentiu Nastac ; Yang Xuan ; The University of Alabama 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Electrical and Mechanical Properties of Copper Metal Matrix Composite Containing Polydopamine Derived Nanocarbon: Yao Zhao ; Bosen Qian ; Haoqi Li ; Dmitriy Dikin ; Fei Ren ; Temple University 4:00 PM Fabricating Process for Nano-particle Enforced Metal Matrix Composites with Rotational Friction Extrusion Method: Liming Ke ; Nanchang HangKong University 4:0 PM The Development and Mechanical Characterization of Aluminium Coppercarbon Fiber Metal Matrix Hybrid Composite: Muhammad Manzoor ; Muhammad Feroze ; Tahir Ahmad ; Muhammad Kamran ; Rafiq Ahmad ; Muhammad Butt ; University of the Punjab Modeling and Simulation in Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design, Property Prediction, and Process Control Modeling and Simulation in AM - Session II Program Organizers: Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Lei Chen, Mississippi State University; Li Ma, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Xinghua Yu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Yeon-Gil Jung, Changwon National University; Yanzhou Ji, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Long Qing Chen, Penn State University Wednesday PM Room: 306 October, 07 Session Chairs: Lei Chen, Mississippi State University; Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis :00 PM Invited Thermo-fluid Modeling of Selective Laser Melting Considering Powder Particle Characteristics: Subin Shrestha ; Kevin Chou ; University of Louisville :0 PM From High-fidelity to Reduced-order: A Comparison of Heat Transfer Models for Toolpath Design and Microstructure Prediction in AM: Alex Plotkowski ; Yousub Lee ; Naren Raghavan ; Ryan Dehoff ; Sudarsanam Babu ; University of Tennessee - Knoxville; Oak Ridge National Laboratory :40 PM An Atomistic Study of Nanoscale Sintering: Application to Additive Manufacturing: Jesse Sestito ; Fadi Abdeljawad ; Tequila Harris ; Yan Wang ; Georgia Institute of Technology; Sandia National Laboratories 3:00 PM Mean-field Process-microstructure Modeling for Additive Manufacturing of High-quality Parts: Yunhao Zhao ; Qian Chen ; Jian Liu ; Albert To ; Wei Xiong ; University of Pittsburgh 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Thermomechanical Analysis of Hot Cracking in Non-weldable Ni-based Superalloy: Yousub Lee ; Mike Kirka ; Naren Raghavan ; Alex Plotlowski ; Alfredo Okello ; Ryan Dehoff ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory; University of Tennessee, Knoxville 4:00 PM Invited Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow during Fabrication of Overhang Structure in Laser-Powder Bed Fusion Additive Manufacturing: Yi Li ; Yousub Lee ; Ji-Cheng Zhao ; Wei Zhang ; The Ohio State University; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 4:0 PM Modeling of Laser Heat Input for Laser Powder Bed Fusion: Toshi-Taka Ikeshoji ; Makiko Yonehara ; Kazuya Nakamura ; Masakazu Araki ; Hideki Kyogoku ; Kindai University 4:40 PM Modeling of Phase Transformation and Transport Phenomena in the LENS Process via the Lattice Boltzmann-Cellular Automata Method: Matthew Rolchigo ; Michael Mendoza ; Richard LeSar ; Peter Collins ; Iowa State University 5:00 PM Microstructure Modeling of Selective Laser Melting of Inconel 7: Kubra Karayagiz ; Thien Duong ; Vahid Attari ; Luke Johnson ; Brian Franco ; Gustavo Tapia ; Ji Ma ; Alaa Elwany ; Ibrahim Karaman ; Raymundo Arroyave ; Texas A&M University Multiscale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing Multi scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing: Part II Program Organizers: Lukasz Madej, AGH University of Science and Technology; Krzysztof Muszka, AGH Univeristy of Science and Technology; Danuta Szeliga, AGH University of Science and Technology Wednesday PM Room: 403 October, 07 Session Chair: Thomas Hardin, MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology :00 PM Review of Highly Alloyed Tool Steel and Cast Irons Used for Hot-Cold Rolling Mill Applications: Konstantin Redkin ; Christopher Hrizo ; Isaac Calixto Garcia ; WHEMCO Inc; University of Pittsburgh :0 PM Experiments and Simulations of Double Side Shot Peened Aluminum: Siavash Ghanbari ; David Bahr ; Purdue University 6

127 :40 PM Prediction of Strain Inhomogeneity during Cyclic Plastometric Tests Based on Digital Material Representation Approach: Krzysztof Muszka ; Paulina Graca ; Janusz Majta ; Lukasz Madej ; AGH Univeristy of Science and Technology 3:00 PM The Effect of Strain Rate and Microstructure Parameters on The Mechanical Behavior of Dual Phase Steels in Different Conditions: Parametric Study and Optimization: Tarek Belgasam ; Hussein Zbib ; Washington State University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM First Principle Study of Plastic Deformation Mechanisms of fcc High Entropy Alloys: Mohsen Beyramali Kivy ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; Missouri University of Science and Technology 4:00 PM Representativeness Aspects of Digital Material Representation Model of Dual Phase Steel: Lukasz Madej ; Aneta Muzyk ; Konrad Perzynski ; Jiangting Wang ; AGH University of Science and Technology; Deakin University 4:0 PM Modeling of Potential Distribution of Automotive Aluminum Structures Using Organic Coating: Arash Shadravan ; Mahdi Mohajeri ; Reservoirfocus LLC; Texas A&M University 4:40 PM A Molecular Dynamics Study of Grain Boundary Motion during Plastic Deformation in fcc Metals: Maosheng Li ; Chan Gao ; Hua Liang ; Institute of Applied Physics and Computational Mathematics; Institute of Nuclear Physics and Chemistry 5:00 PM Modeling of Mechanical Behavior of Materials with Gradient Microstructure: Effect of Grain Boundary Sliding and Dislocation Density: Mehdi Hamid ; Hussein Zbib ; Washington State University Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications II Program Organizers: Navin Manjooran, Siemens AG; Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech Wednesday PM Room: 39 October, 07 Session Chairs: Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech; Navin Manjooran, Vice President, Siemens AG :00 PM Invited Synthesis and Characterization of Aerosol Deposited Materials: Andrew Vackel ; Sandia National Laboratories :40 PM Solar-induced Photothermal Effect of Fe 3 O 4 Nanoparticles and Thin Films for Energy Efficient Materials: Donglu Shi ; Lucas Zhao ; Andrew Dunn ; University of Cincinnati 3:00 PM Lead-free SnTe-based Thermoelectrics: Eenhancement of Thermoelectric Performance by Doping with Gd/Ag: Lijuan Zhang ; University of Wollongong 3:0 PM Morphology Dependent Charge Storage in Cerium Oxides Nanostructures: Aadithya Jeyaranjan ; Tamil Selvan Sakthivel ; Sudipta Seal ; University of Central Florida 3:40 PM Break 3:50 PM Nanomaterials by Flame Synthesis in Energy Applications: Randy Vander Wal ; Penn State University 4:0 PM Nanosensors for Detecting Pollutants in Water: Shobhan Paul ; Zetanostics Inc 4:30 PM Nanostructured Molybdenum Carbide (MoC) Electrode: Facile Synthesis, Characterization and Hydrogen Evolution Reaction (HER) Activity: Anqi Wang ; Salim Caliskan ; Jung Kun Lee ; University of Pittsburgh 4:50 PM Point-of-Care Diagnostics: Nanostructured Microelectrodes for Electrochemical Sensing of Biomarkers: Sahar Sadat Mahshid ; University of Toronto Next Generation Biomaterials Next Generation Biomaterials II Program Organizers: Roger Narayan, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering; Jie Huang, University College London; Vipul Davé, Johnson & Johnson; Sanjiv Lalwani, Lynntech, Inc.; Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong; Mohan Edirisinghe, University College London Wednesday PM Room: 334 October, 07 Session Chairs: Matthew Korey, Purdue University; John Obayemi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Sahar Mokhtari, Alfred Universty :00 PM Chemically Anchoring Tannic Acid to a Polymeric Backbone - A Novel Solution for Next-generation Burn Wound Treatment: Matthew Korey ; Caitlyn Clarkson ; John Howarter ; Purdue University :0 PM Ligand-conjugated Biosynthesized Magnetite Nanoparticles for Specific Targeting of Breast Cancer: The Role of Adhesion: John Obayemi ; Jingjie Hu ; Vanessa Uzonwanne ; Olushola Odusanya 3 ; Karen Malatesta ; Sina Youssefian ; Winston Soboyejo ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Princeton University; 3 Sheda Science and Technology Complex (SHESTCO) :40 PM Evaluation of Stress Assisted Degradation of Absorbable Medical Sutures: Joseph Prati ; Dong Kim ; M. Matthewson ; Rutgers University WEDNESDAY PM 7

128 WEDNESDAY PM 3:00 PM Length-dependent Intracellular Bundling of Single-wall Carbon Nanotubes Influences Retention in Macrophages: Sumin Jin ; Patrick Boyer ; Piyumi Wijesekara-Kankanange ; Kris Dahl ; Mohammad Islam ; Carnegie Mellon University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Single Phase Newberyite Coatings on Ti6Al4V implants by Rapid Microwave Irradiation Technique: Prabaha Sikder ; Yufu Ren ; Sarit Bhaduri ; The University of Toledo 4:00 PM Synthesis of Bifunctional Coatings on Ti6Al4V Implants by Rapid Microwave Irradiation Technique: Prabaha Sikder ; Yufu Ren ; Sarit Bhaduri ; The University of Toledo 4:0 PM Copper Based Glass Polyalkenoate Bone Cements: Effect of Copper Substitution on Physical, Mechanical, and Antibacterial Properties: Sahar Mokhtari ; Anthony Wren ; Alfred Universty 4:40 PM Biocompatibility and Nanomechanical Properties of Novel Intermetallic Coatings on Orthopedic Implant Material: Muhammad Atif Makhdoom ; Tahir Ahmad ; Muhammad Kamran ; Fahad Riaz ; University of the Punjab 5:00 PM Invited Calcium Oxalate Derived Materials: New Insights: Christian Bonhomme ; Université Pierre et Marie Curie Non Beam-based Additive Manufacturing Approaches for Metallic Parts Session II Program Organizer: Olaf Andersen, Fraunhofer IFAM Wednesday PM Room: 305 October, 07 Session Chair: Mark Norfolk, Fabrisonic :00 PM Invited Ultrasonic Additive Manufacturing State-of-the-Art: Adam Hehr ; Justin Wenning ; Mark Norfolk ; Fabrisonic LLC :40 PM Metal Additive Manufacturing through Friction Stir-facilitated Deposition: Hang Yu ; Nanci Hardwick ; Virginia Tech; Aeroprobe Corporation 3:00 PM Large Scale Layered Object Manufacturing Boundary Conditions for the Joining Process Diffusion Bonding: Simon Jahn ; ifw Jena 3:0 PM Additive Manufacturing Technology Based on Stationary Shoulder Friction Stir Welding for Aluminum Alloy: Li Xing ; Liming Ke ; Bin Huang ; NanChang HangKong University Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and Their Applications (PSDK-XII) Session V: J. Willard Gibbs Phase Equilibria Award - Applications of Computational Thermodynamics Program Organizers: Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh; Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A & M University; Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University; Arthur Pelton, Ecole Polytechnique Wednesday PM Room: 43 October, 07 Session Chairs: Chris Bale, Ecole Polytechnique; Philip Spencer, The Spencer Group :00 PM Invited FACTSAGE Modeling Of Mineralogical Composition of Steelmaking Slags and the Coupling to the Use of Slags for Construction Purposes: Bo Björkman ; Luleå University of Technology :0 PM Invited Reaction between High Al Steel and Mold Flux during Continuous Casting: Experiment and Kinetic Simulation Using Thermodynamic Database: Min- Su Kim ; Youn-Bae Kang ; Korea Institute of Industrial Technology; Pohang University of Science and Technology :40 PM Invited The Transformation of Bubbles in Glass Melts: Susan Schiefelbein ; Corning Research & Development Corporation 3:00 PM Invited Application Examples of Thermochemical Process Simulation Using Simusage - Introducing Current Projects from Metallurgy and Combustion Technology: Stephan Petersen ; Klaus Hack ; Peter Monheim ; Piotr R. Scheller ; Michael Müller 3 ; Matthias Dohrn 3 ; Sabrine Khadhraoui 4 ; GTT-Technologies; Prof. em. (TU Bergakademie Freiberg); 3 Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH; 4 SMS Group GmbH 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Exsolution of Solutes from Particles Formed by High-temperature Gas-to- Particle Conversion Processes: R. Diemer ; University of Delaware 4:00 PM Invited Experimental Studies and Thermodynamic Modeling of the Phase Equilibria of Corrosive Alkali-lead Halides in Combustion of Waste-derived Fuels: Daniel Lindberg ; Jonne Niemi ; Markus Engblom ; Mikko Hupa ; Åbo Akademi University 4:0 PM Invited Ash Behavior in Biomass Combustion and Global Thermodynamic Equilibrium Analysis: Mikko Hupa ; Åbo Akademi 4:40 PM Invited Calphad Study of Earth s Multicomponent Core: Surendra Saxena ; FIU

129 Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution in Ti and Its Alloys Simulations Program Organizers: Carl Boehlert, Michigan State University; Yufeng Zheng, Ohio State University; Vahid Khademi, Michigan State University Wednesday PM Room: 307 October, 07 Session Chairs: Yufeng Zheng, Ohio State University; Carl Boehlert, Michigan State University :00 PM Invited Effects of Concentration and Structural Non-uniformities on Transformation and Deformation in Ti-alloys: Yunzhi Wang ; Ohio State University :0 PM Factors Affecting Second Phase Nucleation, Variant Selection and Microtexture Formation in Titanium Alloys: Dongsheng Xu ; Jinhu Zhang ; Chunyu Teng ; Yunzhi Wang 3 ; Jian Zhang 4 ; Rui Yang ; Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences; China Aero-Polytechnology Establishment; 3 The Ohio State University; 4 Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences :40 PM A New CALPHAD Thermodynamic Database for Ti-based Alloys and TiAl-based Materials: Hai-Lin Chen ; Paul Mason ; Qing Chen ; Yang Yang ; Thermo-Calc Software AB; Thermo-Calc Software Inc. 3:00 PM Phase-field Simulation of ß a Transformations during Additive Manufacturing of Ti-6Al-4V: Yanzhou Ji ; Tae Wook Heo ; Lei Chen 3 ; Long- Qing Chen 4 ; The Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; 3 Mississippi State University; 4 The Pennsylvania State University, University Park 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Novel B9 Strain Glass with Large Recoverable Strain in Deformed Ti-Ni Alloys: Dong Wang ; Qianglong Liang ; Jian Zhang ; Xiaobing Ren ; Yunzhi Wang 3 ; Xi an Jiaotong University; National Institute for Materials Science; 3 The Ohio State University 4:00 PM Invited Modeling Texture Evolution during Isothermal Hot Compression of Twophase Titanium Alloys: Victoria Miller ; Lee Semiatin ; Adam Pilchak ; North Carolina State University; Air Force Research Laboratory 4:0 PM TRIP Titanium Alloy Design: Fan Meng ; Jia-Yi Yan ; Wei Xiong 3 ; Gregory Olson ; Northwestern University; KTH Royal Institute of Technology; 3 University of Pittsburgh 4:40 PM Structural Evolution of Dislocation Dipoles and Their Strengthening Effect in Deformed Gamma-TiAl : Yan He ; Zhao Liu ; Hao Wang ; Dongsheng Xu ; Rui Yang ; Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences Phase Transformations in Ceramics: Science and Applications Experimental Studies in Phase Transformations II Program Organizers: Waltraud Kriven, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign; Pankaj Sarin, Oklahoma State University; Ricardo Castro, University of California, Davis; Yu Zhong, Florida International University Wednesday PM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Pankaj Sarin, Oklahoma State University; Randall Hay, Air Force Research Laboratory :00 PM Invited Thermodynamic Investigation on the Stoichiometry of PMN-PT Single Crystals: Hooman Sabarou ; Dehua Huang ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University; Navy Undersea Warfare Center :40 PM Invited Martensitic Transformation in Granular Shape Memory Ceramic Packings: Hang Yu ; Hunter Rauch ; Mostafa Hassani-Gangaraj ; Zehui Du 3 ; Chee Lip Gan 3 ; Christopher Schuh ; Virginia Tech; MIT; 3 Nanyang Technological University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Phase Equilibrium in the 30% Al O 3 Plane of the Quaternary CaO-SiO - MgO- Al O 3 System: Lifeng Sun ; Junjie Shi ; Jiyu Qiu ; Bo Zhang ; Maofa Jiang ; Qing Zhao ; Key Laboratory for Ecological Metallurgy of Multimetallic Ores (Ministry of Education), School of Metallurgy,Northeastern University of China; Northeastern University of China 4:00 PM Magnesium Oxychloride: Formation Kinetics Formation and Water Stability Enhancement: Roque Gochez ; Christopher Kitchens ; Clemson University 4:0 PM Invited Phase and Microstructural Evolution of Yttrium Disilicate in Hightemperature High-velocity Water Vapor: Robert Golden ; Elizabeth Opila ; University of Virginia 5:00 PM Novel Microstructures and Innovative Processing in Cobalt Titanate: Kevin Anderson ; Anit Giri ; Richard Vinci ; Helen Chan ; Lehigh University; U.S. Army Research Laboratory WEDNESDAY PM 9

130 WEDNESDAY PM Rare Earth Metals, Compounds, and Alloys: Synthesis, Processing, Emerging Applications, Recent Advances, Future Challenges Current Production Status, Availability, and Economics of REE/REM Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Eric Klier, U.S.Army Research Laboratory; Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC Wednesday PM Room: 35 October, 07 Session Chair: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies :00 PM Keynote Rare-Earth Permanent Magnets without Heavy Rare Earth Elements: Recent Developments and Applications: Yutaka Yoshida ; Atsushi Hattori ; Minoru Aizaki ; Takahiko Iriyama 3 ; Daido Steel (America) Inc.; Daido Electronics Co., Ltd.; 3 Daido Steel Co., Ltd. :40 PM Invited Production Status and Forecast for the Availability of Rare Earth Materials: Steve Constantinides ; Magnetics and Materials LLC 3:0 PM Invited Prospects for New Rare-earth Mines Outside of China: What Happened to the 400 Exploration Projects?: Roderick Eggert ; Colorado School of Mines 3:40 PM Break 4:00 PM Invited Economics of Rare Earth Projects: Ian Chalmers ; Alkane Resources Ltd 4:30 PM Invited Beneficiation of Rare Earth Minerals: Corby Anderson ; Colorado School of Mines 5:00 PM Invited Investigation of Al-Sc Alloy for Lightweight Armor: Eric Klier ; Nhon Vo ; Denver Gallardy 3 ; Kevin Doherty 3 ; David Seidman 4 ; David Dunand 4 ; Matthew Burkins 3 ; Army Research Laboratory; NanoAl LLC; 3 U. S. Army Research Laboratory; 4 Northwestern University 5:30 PM Concluding Comments Yellapu Murty Recent Advances in Computer-aided Materials Design Computational-experimental Synergy in Materials Discovery I Program Organizers: Huan Tran, University of Connecticut; Ghanshyam Pilania, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Alexey Kolmogorov, Binghamton University, State University of New York; Mina Yoon, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Son Hoang, University of Connecticut Wednesday PM Room: 34 October, 07 Session Chair: Anand Chandrasekaran, University of Connecticut :00 PM Invited High-throughput Experiments Driven by Active Learning: Ichiro Takeuchi ; University of Maryland :30 PM Invited Multiscale Solid Interface Engineering: Shuai Shao ; Jian Wang ; Louisiana State University; University of Nebraska - Lincoln 3:00 PM Anisotropic Thermal Transport Behavior in New D Material NaSnAs: Yaxian Wang ; Wolfgang Windl ; The Ohio State University 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Understanding the Amorphization Resistance of Complex Oxides via Machine Learning: Ghanshyam Pilania ; Karl Whittle ; Chao Jiang 3 ; Robin Grimes 4 ; Christopher Stanek ; Kurt Sickafus 5 ; Blas Uberuaga ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; University of Liverpool; 3 Idaho National Laboratory; 4 Imperial College London; 5 University of Tennessee 4:0 PM Invited Materials Design and Engineering Using Machine Learning Approaches: Tu Le ; RMIT University 4:40 PM Application of Computational Modeling to Trial and Error Minimization for Alloy Property Optimization: Derek Tsaknopoulos ; Danielle Cote ; Richard Sisson ; Victor Champagne ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; US Army Research Laboratory 5:00 PM Modeling and Simulation of High-entropy Alloys: Yong Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing Responsive Functional Nanomaterials Session V Program Organizers: Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology; Jiahua Zhu, The University of Akron; Wenxian Li, Shanghai University; Dawei Wang, University of New South Wales; Wenping Sun, University of Wollongong; Liangzhi Kou, Queensland University of Technology; Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University Wednesday PM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jianping Yang, Donghua University; Yu Lin Zhong, Griffith University :00 PM Invited Electronic-mechanical-magnetic Coupling in D Materials: Liangzhi Kou ; Queensland University of Technology :0 PM Invited Physical Mechanical Properties of Blue Phosphorus and Its Derivatives from Computational Studies: Chun Tang ; University of Nevada Las Vegas :40 PM Invited Atom-functionalized Carbon-based Nanomaterials in Energy Applications: Ting Liao ; Queensland University of Technology 3:00 PM Invited Mechanical Response of Titanium and Magnesium under Shock Loading Twinning Mode Revealed by High-throughput Simulations: Gang Zhou ; Yan He ; Hao Wang ; Dongsheng Xu ; Rui Yang ; Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences 30

131 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Osteoanabolic Implant Materials for Orthopedic Treatments: Xiaobo Chen ; RMIT 4:00 PM Invited Structural Refinement inti-0.5fe by Combining Phase Transformation and Plastic Deformation: Guanyu Deng ; Tilak Bhattacharjee ; Yan Chong 3 ; Wu Gong ; Yuan Zhang 3 ; Yu Bai ; Akinobu Shibata ; Nobuhiro Tsuji ; Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto University,; Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto University; Elements Strategy Initiative for Structural Materials (ESISM), Kyoto University; 3 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Kyoto University 4:0 PM Invited The Mechanical Behavior Dependence on the TiB Whisker Realignment during Hot-working in Titanium Matrix Composites: Fengcang Ma ; University of Shanghai for Science and Technology 4:40 PM Invited Bio-inspired Superhydrophobic and Superhydrophilic Surfaces: Ziqi Sun ; Queensland University of Technology Synthesis, Characterization, Properties and Applications of Functional Porous Materials Structure-property-performance Program Organizers: Lan Li, Boise State University; Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina; Winnie Wong-Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology Wednesday PM Room: 39 October, 07 Session Chair: Winnie Wong-Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology :00 PM Invited Gradient Metal-organic Frameworks: Nathaniel Rosi ; University of Pittsburgh :0 PM Invited Porphyrins as Microporous Multifunctional Materials: Lawrence Cook ; Greg Brewer ; Winnie Wong-Ng ; The Catholic University of America; The National Institute of Standards and Technology :40 PM Invited Connecting the In-operando Reduction Kinetics of Porous Nickel Oxide and Copper Oxide in Dilute H from the Molecular- To Micron-Scales for Clean Energy Generation: Greeshma Gadikota ; Princeton University 3:00 PM Highly Compressible Carbon Properties and Potential Applications: Changjun Zhou ; Soeren Koester ; Superior Graphite Co 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Sorbent Materials Applications in the Remote Sensing of CO and CH4: Jeffrey Culp ; Ki-Joong Kim ; Jagannath Devkota ; Paul Ohodnicki ; National Energy Technology Laboratory 4:00 PM Invited Porosity and Strength Relationship in Carbonated Wollastonite (β - CaSiO 3 ): Daniel Kopp ; Richard Riman ; Ryan Anderson ; Kevin Blinn ; Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey; RRTC, Inc. 4:0 PM Mechanical Performance of Graded Auxetic Polyurethane Foam Designs: Yunusa Balogun ; Shelby Mullen ; Nathan Durcholz ; Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center 4:40 PM Evaluation of Materials for Gas Blowing Device in Molten Steel: Akifumi Takeuchi ; Tatsuya Oouchi ; Katsumi Morikawa ; Hatsuo Taira ; Krosaki Harima Corporation 5:00 PM Porous Metals by Intraparticle Expansion: Opportunities for New Applications: Laura Guevara ; Joseph Wright ; Erika Zurita-Torres ; Roger Welsh ; Samuel Brennan ; Mark Atwater ; Millersville University The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Novel Utilization of Waste Materials/ Next Generation Green Technologies II Program Organizers: Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota; Jun-ichi Tatami, Yokohama National University; Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST); Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Glenn Research Center; Marsha Bischel, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., PA; Makio Naito, Osaka University, Japan; Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Yiquan Wu, Alfred University, NY Wednesday PM Room: 37 October, 07 Session Chairs: Luca Masi, Granta Design; Martha L. Mecartney, University of California, Irvine; Edward Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory :00 PM Investigation on the Properties of Lump Ores in Corex 3000 Iron Making Process: Xiaoqin Liu ; Chengsong Liu ; Fei Ye ; Zhongliang Wang ; Wuhan University of Science and Technology :0 PM Effect of Unmelted Lime on the Element Migration Behavior in CaO-SiO - MgO-Al O 3 -FeO-(Cr O 3 ) Slag: Qing Zhao ; Chengjun Liu ; Longhu Cao ; Baokuan Li ; Maofa Jiang ; Northeastern University :40 PM Pyrolysis of Agricultural Waste to Form Nano-structures of Carbides, Nitrides, and Silicates: Edward Gorzkowski ; Syed Qadri ; Bhakta Rath ; Naval Research Laboratory 3:00 PM Reduction Behavior of Ludwigite Iron Concentrates by Gas-based Direct Reduction: Luxing Feng ; Shenwu Group Environment & Energy Technology Co.Ltd WEDNESDAY PM 3

132 THURSDAY AM 3:0 PM Break 3:40 PM Invited Computational Tools and Methodologies for the Sustainable Use of Materials in Engineering Design: Luca Masi ; Claes Fredriksson ; Granta 4:0 PM Invited Dense and Precise Silicon Nitride-based Ceramics by Additive Manufacturing: Johannes Homa ; Martin Schwentenwein ; Lithoz GmbH 5:00 PM Technology Qualification and Quality Assurance for Additive Manufacturing of Metallic Pressure Components: Fei Tang ; Joanna Ye ; Kevin Mandeville ; Michiel Brongers ; DNV GL 5:0 PM The Impact of Temperature on Sustainability in Coating Operations: Michael Bonner ; Saint Clair Systems, Inc. Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Fatigue and Fracture Session III Program Organizers: Nikolas Hrabe, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Nicholas Barbosa, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Richard Ricker, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Steve Daniewicz, University of Alabama; Nima Shamsaei, Auburn University; Mohsen Seifi, Case Western Reserve University/ ASTM International Thursday AM Room: 304 October, 07 Session Chair: Amber Andreaco, GE Additive :00 AM Invited Understanding the Influence of Powder Bed Fusion Processing on the Shape Memory Alloy, Uranium-6 Wt. Pct. Piobium: Amanda Wu ; John Elmer ; Donald Brown ; Bjorn Clausen ; Gilbert Gallegos ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Los Alamos National Laboratory :40 AM Modelling Melt Pool Residual Stresses in Powder Bed Fusion Processes: Mustafa Megahed ; Joerg Willems ; ESI Group 9:00 AM Evolution of Crack Patterns During Direct Laser Metal Deposition of Inconel 73 Superalloy: Abhishek Ramakrishnan ; Amrinder Singh ; Guru Dinda ; Wayne State University 9:0 AM Direct Laser Metal Sintered (DMLS) of Aermet 00 Steel Powder: Michael Hespos ; Elias Jelis ; Matthew Clemente ; Rajendra Sadangi ; Fernando Echavarria-Hidalgo ; U.S Army, ARDEC, Picatinny Arsenal 9:40 AM Influence of Post Processing on Direct Metal Laser Sintered Ti6Al4V Using In-situ Micro-computed Tomography: Andelle Kudzal ; Timothy Walter ; Clara Hofmeister 3 ; Brandon McWilliams ; Jianyu Liang ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; US Army Research Laboratory; 3 Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Static and Fatigue Performance of Ti-6Al-4V ELI Solid Structures Fabricated via Selective Laser Melting: Oscar Quintana ; Andrew Rosenberger ; Weidong Tong ; DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction 0:40 AM Towards Development of Design Rules for Selecting Optimum Process Parameters for Manufacturing Components with Complex Geometries in Electron Beam Melting Additive Manufacturing: Michael Massey ; Sean Yoder ; Alex Plotkowski ; Michael Kirka ; Suresh Babu ; University of Tennessee; Oak Ridge National Labs :00 AM Impact of AM Processing Parameters on High-temperature Creep Behavior of IN7: David Newell ; Ryan O Hara ; USAF :0 AM Relating Component Porosity Distributions to Fatigue Failure in Additively Manufactured Inconel 7: Luke Sheridan ; Joy Gockel ; Onome Scott- Emuakpor ; Tommy George ; Air Force Research Laboratory; Wright State University Advanced Materials and Sensors for Harsh Environments Advanced Materials and Sensors for Harsh Environments II Program Organizers: Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech; Navin Manjooran, Siemens AG Thursday AM Room: 333 October, 07 Session Chairs: Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech; Navin Manjooran, Vice President, Siemens AG :00 AM Introductory Comments :40 AM Enabling Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) Devices for Gas Sensing in Harsh Environments: Robert Fryer ; Paul Ohodnicki; U.S. DOE - National Energy Technology Laboratory 9:00 AM Role of Silicides and Laves Phases on the Stability of Bulk and Powder Nb-0Cr-XSi Alloys during High Temperature Oxidation: Paola Barraza ; Shailendra Varma ; The University of Texas at El Paso 9:0 AM The Effect of Surface Modification by Aluminizing and Halogen Enrichment on the High-temperature Degradation Behavior of a Commercial Threephase TiAl Alloy: Matthew Kovalchuk ; Brian Gleeson ; University of Pittsburgh 9:40 AM Thermal Alteration and Characterization of Exemplar Space Shuttle Alloy Systems: Arlene Smith ; University of Texas at El Paso 3

133 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Thick Film Ceramic Sensors Fabricated by Direct-writing for Temperature and Health Monitoring in Harsh-environments: Nandhini Ranganathan ; Katarzyna Sabolsky ; Joshua Ingersoll ; Michael Comparretto ; Daryl Reynolds ; Kostas Sierros ; Edward Sabolsky ; Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, West Virginia University; Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, West Virginia University Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Session VI Program Organizers: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Charles Enloe, General Motors; Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc Thursday AM Room: 406 October, 07 Session Chairs: Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Cem Tasan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology :00 AM Designing Healable Steels with Excellent Reusability: Cem Tasan ; Menglei Jiang ; Meimei Wang ; MIT :0 AM Development of New Pretreatment Process with BOF in East Japan Works (Keihin), JFE Steel: Masashi Funahashi ; Takahiko Maeda ; Takeshi Ishii ; Takashi Takaoka ; JFE Steel Corporation :40 AM Effect of Hood Pressure on Nitrogen Pick-up in the LD Steel Making Process: Anand Babu G ; Balakrishnan V ; Virendra K Bari ; M K Singh ; Siddhartha Misra ; Tata Steel India 9:00 AM Effect of Scale Formation on Copper Enrichment in Continuously Cast Slab: Cuihuan Huang ; Northeastern University 9:0 AM Estimation of Slag in Ferrochromium: Robert Kozicki ; George Wrightson ; Andrew S. McCreath & Son, Inc. 9:40 AM Improvement of Titanium Yield in High C and Si Killed Steels Injecting Wire Highly Compacted Ferrotitanium: Fernando Velazquez ; Luis Arqueros ; Injection Alloys Mexico; Compañia Siderurgica de Huachipato CAP Acero 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Semi-molten State Reduction Behavior of Panzhihua Ilmenite Concentrate with Additive: Wei Lv ; Xueming Lv ; Junyi Xiang ; Xuewei Lv ; Yingyi Zhang ; Chengyi Ding ; Chongqing University 0:40 AM Study on Modification of Inclusions in Aluminum Deoxidized Steel by Carbonate: Bing Ni ; Tonglu Yao ; Central Iron and Steel Research Institute :00 AM Characterization of Inclusions during Calcium Treatment: Yang Liu ; Lifeng Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing :0 AM Modeling of the Agglomeration of AlO3 Inclusions in Molten Steel: Haojian Duan ; Lifeng Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing :40 AM The Effects of Milling Energy and Carbon Concentration on the Microstructural Evolution of Ultra High-carbon Fe-C Alloys: Ibrahim Khalfallah ; Alex Aning ; Virginia Tech Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices Multiferroics and Devices Program Organizers: Amar Bhalla, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Ruyan Guo, The University of Texas at San Antonio; K. M. Nair, E.I.duPont de Nemours & Co, Inc; Danilo Suvorov, Jožef Stefan Institute; Rick Ubic, Boise State University Thursday AM Room: 33 October, 07 Session Chairs: Steven Tidrow, Alfred University; Vojislav Mitic, University of Nis, Faculty of Electronic Engineering :00 AM Cyclic Azasilanes as Volatile and Reactive Precursors for Atomic and Molecular Layer Deposition: Nicholas Strandwitz ; Lehigh University :0 AM Functional Properties of Some Rare Earth Based Double Perovskite Oxides for Future Application: Dev Mahato ; National Institute of Technology Patna :40 AM Effect of Processing Conditions on Electromagnetic (EM) Response Properties of Polymer-derived SiC Ceramics: Cheryl Xu ; Florida State University 9:00 AM The Effects of Metal Work Function, Doping, and Source-drain Underlap Variation on I d -V g Characteristics of a Highly Scaled InAs Hetero Structure Field Effect Transistor: Ahmed Sharif ; Abir Shadman ; Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology 9:0 AM Ferroics and Multiferroics for Terahertz-device Design: Moumita Dutta ; Soutik Betal ; Xomalin Peralta ; Amar Bhalla ; Ruyan Guo ; University of Texas at San Antonio 9:40 AM Magnetoelectric Nanorobots for Remotely Controlled Dynamic Cell Manipulation: Soutik Betal ; Moumita Dutta ; Amar Bhalla ; Ruyan Guo ; University fo Texas at San Antonio THURSDAY AM 33

134 THURSDAY AM Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials IV Program Organizers: Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University; Kathy Lu, Virginia Tech; Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne; Edward Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory; Haitao Zhang, UNC Charlotte; Kejie Zhao, Purdue University; Hidehiro Kamiya, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Thursday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Funding support provided by: MilliporeSigma Session Chair: Haitao Zhang, UNC Charlotte :00 AM Coercivity Model for (Co, Ni)-based Soft Nanocomposite Magnets: Jonathan Healy ; Bowen Dong ; Song Lan ; Billy Hornbuckle ; Gregory Thompson ; Maria Daniil 3 ; Matthew Willard ; Case Western Reserve University; University of Alabama; 3 Bard Early College High School :0 AM Invited Phase Change Nanoparticles for Biosensing, Barcoding and Enhanced Cooling: Ming Su ; Sichao Hou ; Northeastern University 9:00 AM Dislocation Aided Orientation Alignment during Initial Stages of Crystal Growth: Amit Samanta ; Andrew Lange ; Tammy Olson ; Selim Elhadj ; Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 9:0 AM Thermodynamic Stabilization of Nano-scale Nickel Catalysts for Energy Conversion: Stephen Sofie ; David Driscoll ; Montana State University; Glacigen Materials Inc. 9:40 AM Reaction Intermediate Induced Vapor-Liquid-Solid Growth of Amorphous Silicon Oxide Nanowires: Joseph Huson ; Tao Sheng ; Haitao Zhang ; UNC Charlotte 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Porous Silicon Oxycarbide (SiCO) Materials and Environmental Applications: Susana Aguirre-Medel ; Jared Enriquez ; Peter Kroll ; University of Texas at Arlington 0:40 AM Growth Direction Control of ZnO Nanorods on the Edge of the Patterned ITO/AZO Bi-layers: Ching-Han Liao ; Cheng-Yi Liu ; National Central University :00 AM Synthesis of Nanocrystalline Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramic Powders via Rapid Single-step High Temperature Spray Pyrolysis: Zhe Cheng ; Junheng Xing ; Paniz Foroughi ; Andres Behrens ; Florida International University :0 AM Nanostructured TiO - Hydrotalcite Composites for Vanillin Photocatalytic Decomposition: Andrei Jitianu ; Anhay Hernandez-Mujica ; Naphtali O Connor ; Ravnit Kaur-Bhatia ; Nicoleta Apostol 3 ; Mihaela Jitianu ; Lehman College, City University of New York ; William Paterson University; 3 National Institute of Materials Physics :40 AM Nanocrystalline Metal Grain Stabilization by Carbon Nanotube Aerogel Cages: Siyuan Liu ; Yeon Joo Jeong ; Mohammad Islam ; Carnegie Mellon Univeristy Emerging Interconnect and Pb-free Materials for Advanced Packaging Technology Session III Program Organizers: Albert T. Wu, National Central University; Carol Handwerker, Purdue University; Fiqiri Hodaj, Grenoble Institute of Technology Thursday AM Room: 336 October, 07 Session Chairs: Chengyi Liu, National Central University; Fiqiri Hodaj, Grenoble Institute of Technology :00 AM Invited Effect of Ag additive in Sn on Cu dissolution into Sn3.5Ag solder: Cheng-Yi Liu ; Erh-Ju Lin ; Yue-Kai Tang ; Yi-chun Hsu ; Yu-Jin Hu ; Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering of NCU :40 AM Sinter Joining of GaN Die on DBA/DBC Substrates and Their Thermal Stability: Chanyang Choe ; Chuantong Chen ; Aiji Suetake ; Noriko Kagami ; Shijo Nagao ; Toshiyuki Ishina ; Ichihito Narita ; Seigo Kurosaka 3 ; Katsuaki Suganuma ; Osaka University; Osaka Kyoiku University ; 3 C.Uyemura & Co., Ltd. 9:00 AM Improving the Power Handling of Flexible and Printed Electrical Interconnects for High Pulsed Current Applications: Roberto Aga ; Eric Kreit ; Steven Dooley ; Carrie Bartsch ; Emily Heckman ; KBRWyle/AFRL; Air Force Research Lab 9:0 AM Processing and Reliability of Metal Sintering Die-attach for Wide-bandgap Power Devices: Shijo Nagao ; Hao Zhang ; Chuantong Chen ; Akio Shimoyama ; Katsuaki Suganuma ; Osaka University 9:40 AM Micromechanism of Recrystallization in Lead-free Solder Joints: Limin Ma ; Fu Guo ; Jing Han ; Beijing University of Technology 34

135 Failure Analysis and Prevention Unusual and Complex Cases Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Thursday AM Room: 407 October, 07 Session Chairs: Joseph Lemberg, Exponent; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/bvba; Burak Akyuz, Applied Technical Services Inc; William Carden, McSwain Engineering Glass Composites Structure and Properties Program Organizers: Guang-Ming (Derek) Tao, University of Central Florida; Huanyu Cheng, The Pennsylvania State University; Xin Zhang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Jie Song, Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology Thursday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Cheng Zhang, NIST; Hui Chen, National Energy Technology Laboratory :00 AM An Artificial Intelligence Driven Post-test Failure Analysis Technique: Adyota Gupta ; Robert Ritchie ; University of California, Berkeley :0 AM Example Use of Failure Assessment and Tolerable Flaw Diagrams in the Evaluation of Components Containing Crack-like Flaws: David Bosko ; Engineering Design & Testing Corp. :40 AM Simple Failure Analysis, Complex Root Cause Determination: Dennis McGarry ; Tom Easley ; SEA Ltd 9:00 AM Metallurgical Application in Forensic Fire Investigation: Raymond Thompson ; Dustin Nolen ; Vista Engineering 9:0 AM Selected Failure Investigations from the ASMI Eisenman Materials Camp: Daniel Dennies ; DMS, Inc. 9:40 AM On the GHISLENGHIEN s Disaster, Belgium, July 004 : A Dramatic Pipeline s Crack!: Pierre Dupont ; Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Complex Failure of a Residential Heating and Air Conditioning System: William Carden ; McSwain Engineering, Inc. 0:40 AM Unusual Propeller Failure, Lead Poisoning: Joe Epperson ; NTSB :00 AM Failure Analysis of a Diesel Generator Connecting Rod: Francisco Rumiche ; Carlos Juarez ; Anibal Rozas ; Julio Cuisano ; Paul Lean ; Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru :0 AM Root Cause of Damage to Mixing Tanks: Kenneth Marshall ; Engineering Design & Testing Corp. :40 AM Failure of a Helicopter Rotor Pinion: Véronique Vitry ; Victor Ioan Stanciu ; Pierre Dupont ; Fabienne Delaunois ; UMONS Faculté Polytechnique FPMs; Schaeffler Belgium :00 AM Invited Glass-ceramic Composite for Wavelength Tunable Light Source: Shifeng Zhou ; South China University of Technology :40 AM Invited HBQ00 A Novel Silicon-silica Composite: Frank Wessely ; Dennis Braeuhaus ; Gerrit Scheich ; Nils Christian Nielsen ; Heraeus Quarzglas GmbH & Co. KG 9:00 AM Comparison of Hot Pressing and Spark Plasma Sintering in the Densification Behavior of Indium Tin Oxide Borosilicate Glass Composites: Thomas Rudzik ; Rosario Gerhardt ; Georgia Institute of Technology 9:0 AM Broadband Tunable Emission of Glasses for Single-phase Multi-Chromatic/ White Light Phosphors: Ruilin Zheng ; Qi Zhang ; Wei Wei ; Nanjing University of Posts & Telecommunications 9:40 AM Invited Tuning Different Crystalline Phases via Composition Design in Ge-Ga-S Chalcogenide Glass-ceramics: Rongping Wang ; Australian National University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Vector Soliton Polarization Dynamics in Anisotropic Silica Glass Optical Fiber Based Ultrafast Laser: Chengbo Mou ; Sergey Sergeyev ; Raz Arif 3 ; Aleksey Rozhin ; Shanghai University; Aston University; 3 University of Sulaimani 0:40 AM Invited Improved Characterization of Cell Phone Glass by SEM/EDS with an Updated Silicon Drift Detector: John Konopka ; Thermo Fisher Scientific :00 AM Invited Recent Development of China Nuclear Waste Vitrification: Kai Xu ; Guangxuan Zhang ; Wuhan University of Technology :0 AM Invited Sintering Behavior and Phase Transition of ZnS-CaLaS4 Composites: Yiyu Li ; Yiquan Wu ; Alfred University THURSDAY AM 35

136 THURSDAY AM Innovative Processing and Synthesis of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites Ceramic Processing III Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Takashi Goto, Tohoku University Thursday AM Room: 30 October, 07 Session Chair: Dipankar Ghosh, Old Dominion University :00 AM Effect of Processing on the Properties and Morphology of MWCNT Segregated Networks: Morgan Watt ; Rosario Gerhardt ; Georgia Institute of Technology :0 AM Single-step Anode-Supported SOFC Electrode Infiltration Using Bioadhesive Catechol Surfactants: Ozcan Ozmen ; Shiwoo Lee ; Gregory Hackett 3 ; Harry Abernathy 3 ; Edward Sabolsky ; West Virginia University; AECOM/ GES; 3 US DOE-National Energy Technology Laboratory :40 AM Clay/Biochar Ceramics for Thermal Energy Storage: Pierre-Marie Nigay ; Ange Nzihou ; Claire White 3 ; Winston Soboyejo ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Mines Albi; 3 Princeton University 9:00 AM Nanostructured SnO Thin Films via Hydrothermal Method: Behnam Garakani ; Jong Hyun Shim ; Junghyun Cho ; Binghamton University 9:0 AM Ice-templated Ceramic Scaffolds: Developing Structure-Property (Mechanical) Relationships through Deliberate Microstructural Modifications: Dipankar Ghosh ; Mahesh Banda ; Hyungsuk Kang ; Valere Kamaha ; Old Dominion University 9:40 AM Flexural Strength of Nanostructured Titanium Boride (TiB) Ceramic as Affected by the Leftover Ductile Metallic Phase: Jun Du ; K. S. Ravi Chandran ; University of Utah 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Novel Processing and Mechanical Characterization of Cu-Al O 3 Layered Nanocomposite: Kevin Anderson ; Richard Vinci ; Helen Chan ; Lehigh University 0:40 AM Synthesis of Carbide Ceramics through the Carburization of Adsorbed Anions on an Activated Carbon Matrix: Grant Wallace ; Jerome Downey ; Jannette Chorney ; Katie Schumacher ; Alaina Mallard ; Montana Tech of the Univ of MT :00 AM Determination of Ceramic Retention in Composite Cold Spray: A Finiteelement Study: Rohan Chakrabarty ; Jun Song ; McGill University :0 AM Numerical Investigation of Heat Transfer and Reaction Kinetics during the Self-propagating High-temperature Synthesis of Silicon Nitride: Venkata Doddapaneni ; Sidney Lin ; Lamar University Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Interface Properties Program Organizers: Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University; John Blendell, Purdue University; Wayne Kaplan, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Thursday AM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: John Blendell, Purdue University; Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University :00 AM The Role of Grain Boundary Structure on Defect Accommodation and Damage Tolerance: Garritt Tucker ; Dan Foley ; Colorado School of Mines; Drexel University :0 AM Analysis of Dislocations Generated from Nanoindentation in Single and Bicrystal Ta: Bret Dunlap ; Martin Crimp ; Michigan State University :40 AM Investigation of the Effect of Interface Character on Bulk Mechanical Properties of Nanocrystalline FCC Metals: Jacob Gruber ; Garritt Tucker ; Drexel University 9:00 AM Incompatibilities in the Shock Responses of Grain Boundaries and Voids in Bicrystals: Steven Valone ; Saryu Fensin ; Richard Hoagland ; Los Alamos National Laboratory 9:0 AM Investigating Specimen- and Grain-size Effects on Plastic Deformation and Strength of Polycrystalline Yttria-stabilized Tetragonal Zirconia Nanopillars: Ning Zhang ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; Missouri University of Science and Technology 9:40 AM ECCI Analysis of Dislocation Slip Transferring Across Grain Boundaries in Commercially Pure Titanium: Songyang Han ; Martin Crimp ; Michigan State University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Simulation-informed Image Processing of Polycrystals: Jeffrey Rickman ; Amirkoushyar Ziabari ; Charles Bouman ; Jeff Simmons 3 ; Lehigh University; Purdue University; 3 Air Force Research Laboratory 0:40 AM Impact of Impurities and Transition Metal Dopants on the Stability and Strength of Grain Boundaries via First-principles Calculations: Zhifeng Huang ; Timothy Rupert ; University of California, Irvine :00 AM Two-phase Solid liquid Coexistence of Al-Cu Binary Alloys by Molecular Dynamics Simulations Using the Modified Embedded-atom Method: Avik Mahata ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; Michael Baskes ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; University of California, San Diego 36

137 :0 AM Grain Boundary Characterization of Boron Suboxide with Silica Additives: Christopher Marvel ; Kristopher Behler ; Jerry LaSalvia ; Martin Harmer ; Lehigh University; Army Research Laboratory International Symposium on Ceramic Matrix Composites CMC III Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Jacques Lamon, CNRS; Sung Choi, Naval Air Systems Command Thursday AM Room: 36 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jacques Lamon, LMT ENS Cachan; Gregory Morscher, University of Akron :00 AM Invited ZrC/ZrB Based Ultra High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites Derived from RMI Technique: Shaoming Dong ; Xiaowu Chen ; Dewei Ni ; Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences :40 AM Processing and Characterization of Graded CMCs with through Thickness Thermal Conductivity Control: Derek King ; Ming Chen ; Ray Ko 3 ; Michael Cinibulk ; UES Inc; Air Force Research Laboratory; 3 University of Dayton Research Institute 9:00 AM CMC Sandwich Structures Incorporating Additively Manufactured Ceramic Cores: Tiffany Stewart ; Christine Lihn ; Zak Eckel ; Tobias Schaedler ; Jake Hundley ; HRL Laboratories LLC 9:0 AM SiC Ceramic Matrix Composites with Robustly Hot Corrosion Resistant Matrices: Xiangyu Zhang ; Jianbao Hu ; Shaoming Dong ; Jinshan Yang ; Le Gao ; Haijun Zhou ; Shanghai Institute of Ceramics,Chinese Academy of Sciences 9:40 AM Self-lubricated Structural Ceramics Served in Extreme Environments: Yongsheng Zhang ; Litian Hu ; State Key Laboratory of Solid Lubrication, Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Use of Electrical Resistance and Acoustic Emission to Monitor Crack Growth in Advanced Ceramic Composites: Gregory Morscher ; Ryan Maxwell ; Rabih Mansour ; University of Akron :00 AM Modeling the Effect of Damage on the Electrical Resistivity of SiC/SiC Composites: Roy Sullivan ; Eric Baker ; Craig Smith ; Gregory Morscher 3 ; NASA/Glenn Research Center; Connecticut Reserve Technologies, Inc.; 3 University of Akron :0 AM Matrix Cracking and Fiber Breaks in SiC/SiC CMCs Using In Situ Tomography Techniques: Ashley Hilmas ; Anjali Singhal ; Ying Zhou ; Greg Wilson 3 ; Yan Gao ; Dula Parkinson 4 ; Harold Barnard 4 ; Emmanuel Maillet ; University of Michigan; GE Global Research; 3 GE Aviation; 4 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory :40 AM Three-dimensional Damage in Ceramic Matrix Composites: Insight from Volumetric Digital Image Correlation: Brendan Croom ; Peng Xu ; Edward Lahoda ; Christian Deck 3 ; Xiaodong Li ; University of Virginia; Westinghouse Electric Company; 3 General Atomics International Symposium on Defects, Transport and Related Phenomena Transport at Interfaces Program Organizers: Tatsuya Kawada, Tohoku University; Manfred Martin, RWTH Aachen University; Sangtae Kim, University of California, Davis Thursday AM Room: 4 October, 07 Session Chairs: Shu Yamaguchi, The University of Tokyo; Bilge Yildiz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology :00 AM Invited Beyond Electrostatic Effects at Oxide Hetero-interfaces: Electrochemical Phase Change, Strong Electric Fields, and Elastic Strain: Bilge Yildiz ; Massachusetts Institute of Technology :40 AM Invited Effect of Spin Order on Oxygen Reduction Reaction at NiO Surface: Shu Yamaguchi ; The University of Tokyo 9:0 AM Invited Mechanism of Reaction and Degradation of SOFC MIEC Cathodes Investigated by Using Patterned Thin Film Model Electrode: Koji Amezawa ; Yoshinobu Fujimaki ; Yusuke Shindo ; Keita Mizuno ; Takashi Nakamura ; Yuta Kimura ; Kiyofumi Nitta ; Yasuko Terada ; Fumitada Iguchi ; Keiji Yashiro ; Hiroo Yugami ; Tatsuya Kawada ; Tohoku University; JASRI 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Resistance Degradation of Bicrystal Strontium Titanate Utilizing Impedance Spectroscopy and Thermally Stimulated Depolarization Current: Jared Carter ; Thorsten Bayer ; Clive Randall ; The Pennsylvania State University 0:40 AM Microstructural-based Multiphysics Simulations of Coupled Transport and Electrochemistry in Three Phase SOFC Cathodes: Quantifying Performance Distributions: Tim (Yu-Ting) Hsu ; Rubayyat Mahbub ; William Epting ; Harry Abernathy ; Gregory Hackett ; Anthony Rollett ; Shawn Litster ; Paul Salvador ; U.S. DOE National Energy Technology Laboratory :00 AM Oxygen Exchange Reaction on Dense and Porous Lanthanum Cobaltite Based Perovskites: Tatsuya Kawada ; Keiji Yashiro ; Shin-ichi Hashimoto ; Koji Amezawa ; Shogo Miyoshi ; Jun Kubota 3 ; Katsuhiko Yamaji 4 ; Toshiaki Matsui 5 ; Tohoku University; NIMS; 3 Fukuoka University; 4 AIST; 5 Kyoto University THURSDAY AM 37

138 THURSDAY AM Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XIX) Welding Processes Program Organizers: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University; Mathieu Brochu, McGill University; Anming Hu, University of Tennessee; Darren Barborak, AZZ WSI; Akio Hirose, Osaka University; Peng He, Harbin Insitute of Technology; Zhiyong Gu, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Vikas Patel, ArcelorMittal USA Thursday AM Room: 36 October, 07 Session Chair: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University :00 AM Solid State Joining of Steel to Aluminum with Refractory Metal Tools: Martin McDonnell ; Ashish Dasgupta ; US Army-TARDEC; Focus: HOPE, Inc. :0 AM Numerical Simulation and Experimental Investigation on Impulse Friction Stir Welding of 60-T6 Aluminum Alloy: Iurii Golubev ; Iuliia Morozova ; Anton Naumov ; Cord Hantelmann ; Nikolay Doynov ; Vesselin Michailov ; Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU) Cottbus Senftenberg; Peter the Great Saint-Petersburg Polytechnic University :40 AM Utilizing Site Specific Shear Punch Testing to Evaluate Friction Stir Welded Al-39 T Plate: B. Hornbuckle ; Heather Murdoch ; Anthony Roberts ; Laszlo Kecskes ; Mark Tschopp ; Kevin Doherty ; Jian Yu ; Kris Darling ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory 9:00 AM Manufacturing of Assembled Aluminium-steel Gearwheels by Lateral Extrusion : Robert Meissner ; Mathias Liewald ; Institute for Metal Forming Technology 9:0 AM Computational Modeling for Optimization of Temperbead Welding: Matt Forquer ; Boian Alexandrov ; The Ohio State University 9:40 AM Experimental Investigations on Electron Beam Welding of SAE 5B4 Steel: Sandeep Thakare ; Bharat Forge Limited 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Effect of Electrode Material on Dissimilar Joints between Grade 70 SA-56 and Grade B SA-57 Carbon Steels: Fahad Riaz ; Muhammad Kamran ; Atif Makhdoom ; Faraz Hussain ; Faran Bilal ; University of the Punjab Lahore 0:40 AM Characterization of Fiber Laser Welded TC4/SS 304 Joints Using Cu Interlayer: Seyed Reza Elmi Hosseini ; Zhugou Li ; Shanghai Jiaotong University :00 AM HDPE High-density Polyethylene Pipe Systems Welding Process: Marai Khalifa ; Libyan Welding Center :0 AM Ceramic-metal Joining with Transient Porous Nickel Interlayer Enabled Silver Brazing: Quan Zhou ; Thomas Bieler ; Jason Nicholas ; Michigan State University Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Structural Materials, Fuels, and Irradiation Effects Program Organizers: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory Thursday AM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Philip Edmondson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Samuel Briggs, Sandia National Laboratories :00 AM Invited High Temperature Creep Behavior of Alloy 709: Martin Taylor ; Harrison Pugesek ; Jose Ramirez Ruiz ; Indrajit Charit ; Gabriel Potirniche ; Robert Stephens ; Michael Glazoff ; University of Idaho; Idaho National Laboratory :0 AM Axial Temperature Uniformity and Diametrical Dilatometry Testing in the Gleeble 3500 to Study Phase Transformations in Zr-.5Nb: Catherine Jordan ; Don Redmond ; Jeremy Vosburgh ; John Seidensticker ; Ashley Lucente ; BMPC :40 AM Structural, Chemical and Thermal Property Changes of Zirconium Diboride under Ion Beam Irradiation: Joseph Graham ; Miguel Crespillo ; Missouri University of Science and Technology; The University of Tennessee, Knoxville 9:00 AM Thermodynamic Modeling and Compatibility of UN Fuel-FeCrAlY Cladding Materials: Mallikharjuna Bogala ; Mark Noordhoek ; Emily Moore ; Tasheima Wilson ; Theodore Besmann ; University of South Carolina 9:0 AM Computational Studies of UO, UN and Zr Materials for Pellet-cladding Interactions: Ember Sikorski ; Eric Nelson ; Lan Li ; Boise State University 9:40 AM On the 650 C Thermostability of 9-Cr Heat Resistant Steels Containing Different Precipitates: Yiyin Shan ; Hai Wang ; Wei Yan ; Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Chemically-biased Defect Diffusion in Concentrated Solid-solution Alloys: Shijun Zhao ; Yuri Osetsky ; Yanwen Zhang ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 0:40 AM Tuning MoO 3 Nanostructures Using Low Energy High Flux He + Ion Irradiation: Jitendra Tripathi ; Theodore Novakowski ; Arvind Sundaram ; Antony Damico ; Tatyana Sizyuk ; Ahmed Hassanein ; Purdue University 3

139 Materials Issues in Nuclear Waste Management Fundamental Issues in Nuclear Waste Management Program Organizers: Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Tongan Jin, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Nathan Mellot, Michigan State University; Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin Madison; S.K. Sundaram, Alfred University Thursday AM Room: 40 October, 07 Session Chairs: Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Devon Mcclane, Savannah River National Laboratory :00 AM Invited Advanced Characterization of Model Multiphase Ceramic Waste Forms: Kyle Brinkman ; Wilson Chiu ; Jake Amoroso 3 ; Clemson University; University of Connecticut; 3 Savannah River National Laboratory :0 AM Potential Impacts of Spinel Crystallization in High Level Nuclear Waste Glasses: Kevin Fox ; Devon McClane ; Jake Amoroso ; Mark Fowley ; Albert Kruger ; Savannah River National Laboratory; US Department of Energy Office of River Protection :40 AM Understanding the Influence of Melt Chemistry on Nucleation and Growth of Spinels in High-level Nuclear Waste Glasses: Hrishikesh Kamat ; Mohamed Naji ; Steven Cheng ; Donna Guillen ; Paul Bingham 3 ; Ashutosh Goel ; Rutgers University; Idaho National Laboratory; 3 Sheffield Hallam University 9:00 AM Strong Base [SB] Weak Acid [WA] Impacts on HLW and LAW Glass Dissolution: Carol Jantzen ; Cory Trivelpiece ; Savannah River National Laboratory 9:0 AM Nepheline Crystal Growth in High Level Nuclear Waste Glasses: Jake Amoroso ; Devon McClane ; Kevin Fox ; Albert Kruger ; Savannah River National Laboratory; U.S. Department of Energy Office of River Protection 9:40 AM Invited Applications of Ancient Roman Cementitious Systems to Long Term Nuclear Waste Performance: Marie Jackson ; University of Utah 0:0 AM Break 0:40 AM Multicomponent Glass Surfaces: Composition, Structure, and Reactions: Stephen Garofalini ; Ming Tai Ha ; Joelyn Urraca ; Rutgers University :00 AM Effects of Silica Saturation on ISG Corrosion in Alkaline Solutions: Cory Trivelpiece ; Carlo Pantano ; Jarrett Rice ; Savannah River National Laboratory; The Pennsylvania State University :0 AM Sintering Behavior of Glass Binders for the Immobilization of High-Level Waste Salt: Levi Gardner ; Manish Wasnik ; Michael Simpson ; Krista Carlson ; University of Utah Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Metals II Program Organizers: Indrajit Dutta, Corning Incorporated; Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated Thursday AM Room: 4 October, 07 Session Chair: Yoosuf Picard, Carnegie Mellon University :00 AM Evolution of Al-Zn-TM (TM = Zr, Ni) Precipitates Morphologies and Structures due to Age Hardening: Oladeji Fadayomi ; Gregory Odegard ; Paul Sanders ; Michigan Tech University :0 AM Precipitate Shape and Creep Resistance in Single Crystal Nickel-base Superalloys: Ryan Harrison ; Patrick Callahan ; Tresa Pollock ; Marc De Graef ; Carnegie Mellon University; University of California, Santa Barbara :40 AM Hot Rolling Effect upon the High Temperature Johnson-Cook Strength and Failure Models for a 5V3 Grade Steel: Mario Buchely ; David Van Aken ; Ronald O Malley ; K. Chandrashekhara ; Simon Lekakh ; Missouri University of S&T 9:00 AM The Role of Tungsten in Retarding Crystallization of Amorphous Ni0P0: Xun Zhan ; Pei Zhang ; Paul Voyles ; Xinyu Liu ; Rohan Akolkar ; Frank Ernst ; Case Western Reserve University; University of Wisconsin, Madison 9:0 AM Understanding the Microstructural Factors Responsible for the Lowtoughness Performance of Seamless-pipe Steel through Advanced Microstructural Characterization and NDT-EMAT Analysis: Gregorio Solis Bravo ; C. Isaac Garcia ; University of Pittsburgh 9:40 AM Effect Of Batch And Continuous Annealing Processes on Crystallographic Texture and Formability of an IF Steel: Gozde Aldikacti ; Umran Baskaya ; Kemal Davut ; ERDEMIR R&D Department; Atilim University Metal Forming Center of Excellence/Atilim University Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Testing Prior Grain Size Dependence of Toughness in Steel Using Austenite Reconstruction: Chasen Ranger ; Anthony Rollett ; Vahid Tari ; Carnegie Mellon University 0:40 AM Quenching, Partitioning and Tempering of Experimental Steel: Muhammad Hassan ; Aqil Inam ; Muhammad Mughal ; Hafiza Ulfat Javaid ; Yasim Imtiaz ; Arisha Nasik ; Warda Qureshi ; University of the Punjab; New Shalimar Steel THURSDAY AM 39

140 THURSDAY AM Mechanochemical Synthesis and Reactions in Materials Science II Session IV Program Organizers: Antonio Fuentes, Cinvestav del IPN; Laszlo Takacs, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Challapalli Suryanarayana, University of Central Florida; Jacques Huot, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres Thursday AM Room: 37 October, 07 Session Chairs: Richard Blair, University of Central Florida; Fermin Cuevas, INSTITUT DE CHIMIE ET DES MATERIAUX PARIS-EST :00 AM Mechanochemical Synthesis and Characterization of Digenite, Cu. S: Matej Baláž ; Anna Zorkovská ; Nina Daneu ; Erika Dutková ; Jaroslav Briancin ; Mária Kanuchová 3 ; Zdenka Bujnáková ; Peter Baláž ; Institute of Geotechnics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Košice, Slovakia; Department of Nanostructured Materials, Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia; 3 Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Technical University, Košice, Slovakia :0 AM Kesterite Cu ZnSnS 4 : Mechanochemical Synthesis of Solar Cell Absorber in Scalable Amounts: Peter Baláž ; Matej Baláž ; Marcela Achimovicová ; Michal Hegedüs ; Matej Tešínsky ; Nina Daneu 3 ; Erika Dutková ; Mária Kanuchová 4 ; Institute of Geotechnics, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Košice, Slovakia; Faculty of Natural Sciences, P.J.Šafárik University, Košice, Slovakia; 3 Jožef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia; 4 Faculty of Mining, Ecology, Process Control and Geotechnologies, Technical University, Košice, Slovakia :40 AM Magnetic Behavior of Nanostructured Oxides Prepared by Mechanochemical Synthesis: Vladimir Sepelak ; Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 9:00 AM Surface Characterization of Activated Chalcopyrite Particles via the FLSmidth ROL Process. Part : Surface Spectroscopy Investigations: Adam Karcz ; Anne Juul Damø ; Jytte Boll Illerup ; Sara Rocks ; Kim Dam-Johansen ; David Chaiko ; Technical University of Denmark; FLSmidth 9:0 AM Mechanochemical Synthesis of Lanthanide Hafnates: Influence of Different Cation Substitutions on the Structural Characteristics and Electrical Properties of Gd Hf O 7 : Nayeli Cepeda-Sánchez ; José Díaz-Guillén ; Miroslaw Maczka 3 ; Ulises Amador 4 ; Antonio Fuentes ; Cinvestav del IPN; Instituto Tecnológico de Saltillo; 3 Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research; 4 Universidad San Pablo CEU 9:40 AM Phase Evolution during the Synthesis of Manganese Germanides: Vamsi M Meka ; Tanjore Jayaraman ; University of Michigan, Dearborn Metal and Polymer Matrix Composites III Polymer Matrix Composites Program Organizers: Nikhil Gupta, New York University; Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Thursday AM Room: 330 October, 07 Session Chairs: Arvind Agarwal, Florida International University; Emad Omrani, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee :00 AM Invited Particle Brush Materials Building Blocks for Multifunctional Nanocomposites With Engineered Properties: Michael Bockstaller ; Carnegie Mellon University :40 AM Synthesis and Characterization of Biomimetic Composites for Dental Applications: Rashmi Mallu ; Isabel Lloyd ; Yang Yang ; Karan Mohan ; Ayush Thapa ; Joe Marchese ; Kai-wen Chang ; University of Maryland, College Park 9:00 AM Cellulose Nanocrystals for Lightweight Sheet Molding Compounds Composites: Amir Asadi ; Robert Moon ; Kyriaki Kalaitzidou ; Georgia Institute of Technology; US Forest Service 9:0 AM Nano-damping Behavior of 3D Graphene Foam Reinforced Polyurethane Composites: Adeyinka Idowu ; Luiza Fontoura ; Marcus Herndon ; Pranjal Nautiyal ; Archana Loganathan ; Benjamin Boesl ; Arvind Agarwal ; Florida International University 9:40 AM Structural Modification of Polyethylene Using Dialium Guineense Particles: Joshnson Agunsoye ; University of Lagos 0:00 AM Effect of Melon Shell Particles on the Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Epoxy/Melon Shell Particulate Bio-composites: Suleiman Hassan ; Victor Aigbodion ; C U Atuanya 3 ; University of Lagos; University of Nigeria; 3 Nnamdi Azikiwe University 40

141 Modeling and Simulation in Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design, Property Prediction, and Process Control Modeling and Simulation in AM - Session III Program Organizers: Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Lei Chen, Mississippi State University; Li Ma, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Xinghua Yu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Yeon-Gil Jung, Changwon National University; Yanzhou Ji, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Long Qing Chen, Penn State University Thursday AM Room: 306 October, 07 Session Chairs: Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Lei Chen, Mississippi State University :00 AM Invited Thermal and Elastic Properties of δ-γ -, and γ-ni3nb at Finite Temperature and Interfacial Energy between Precipitates and Matrix from Firstprinciples Calculations: Yi Wang ; Kevin Mcnamara ; Yanzhou Ji ; Zi-Kui Liu ; Rich Martukanitz ; Long-Qing Chen ; The Pennsylvania State University :0 AM Rapid Alloy Screening: Tailoring Aluminum Alloy Composition for Additive Manufacturing: Joe Croteau ; Davaadorj Bayansan ; Nhon Vo ; David Dunand ; David Seidman ; NanoAl LLC :40 AM Optimization of Metal Additive Manufacturing Process Using a Computational Sequential Minimum Energy Design Approach: Kai Wing Kelvin Leung ; Azadeh Keshtgar ; Nicole Apetre ; Nagaraja Iyyer ; Technical Data Analysis Inc. 9:00 AM Powderless Alloy Development Approach for Titanium Alloy Tailored for Additive Manufacturing: Yining He ; Bryan Webler ; Carnegie Mellon Univerisity 9:0 AM Invited Fast Finite Element Predictions of Distortion, Residual Stresses, and Strength of Additively Manufactured Ti-6Al-4V: Ayman Salem ; Daniel Satko ; Joshua Shaffer ; Luke Wuertemberger ; Materials Resources LLC 9:40 AM Multivariate Statistical Calibration of a FEM Thermal Simulation Model for Selective Laser Melting of Ti6Al4V: Mohamad Mahmoudi ; Gustavo Tapia ; Kubra Karayagiz ; Brian Franco ; Luke Johnson ; Ji Ma ; Raymundo Arroyave ; Ibrahim Karaman ; Alaa Elwany ; Texas A&M University 0:00 AM Thermophysical and Thermochemical Property Measurement and Simulation of Liquid Metal Alloys for Additive Manufacturing Simulation and Materials Design: Jonathan Raush ; Sanjeev Tulasigeri ; Brian Novak ; Shengmin Guo ; Wenjin Meng ; Dorel Moldovan ; Michael Sansoucie 3 ; University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Louisiana State University; 3 NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Multiscale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing Multi scale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing: Part III Program Organizers: Lukasz Madej, AGH University of Science and Technology; Krzysztof Muszka, AGH Univeristy of Science and Technology; Danuta Szeliga, AGH University of Science and Technology Thursday AM Room: 403 October, 07 Session Chair: Krzysztof Muszka, AGH University of Science and Technology :00 AM Invited 3D Mapping Grain Morphology and Grain Orientations by Laboratory Diffraction Contrast Tomography: Leah Lavery ; Nicolas Gueninchault ; Florian Bachmann ; Christian Holzner ; Hrishikesh Bale ; Erik Lauridsen ; Carl Zeiss X-ray Microscopy; Xnovo Technology ApS :40 AM Developing a Crystal Plasticity Model Based on the Discrete Element Method: Agnieszka Truszkowska ; Qin Yu ; T. Matthew Evans ; Alex Greaney ; Jamie Kruzic 3 ; Oregon State University; University of California, Riverside; 3 University of New South Wales 9:00 AM Interoperability of Crystal Plasticity and Finite Element Codes Using Crystal Tracking in Microstructure-informed Cloud Computing: Ayman Salem ; Joshua Shaffer ; Luke Wuertemberger ; Adam Pilchak ; Materials Resources LLC; Air Force Research Laboratory 9:0 AM Physics Based-crystal Plasticity Modeling of Single Crystal Niobium: Tias Maiti ; Aritra Chakraborty ; Philip Eisenlohr ; Di Kang ; Thomas Bieler ; Michigan State University 9:40 AM Modeling Viscoplastic Deformation of Synthetic Welded Microstructures: Efrain Hernandez-Rivera ; Theron Rodgers ; Philip Goins ; Mark Tschopp ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Sandia National Laboratories 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Nanoprecipitates as Templates for Martensite in High Temperature NiTiHf Shape Memory Alloys: Kathryn Esham ; Harshad Paranjape ; Peter Anderson ; Mike Mills ; Lee Casalena ; Yunzhi Wang ; Yipeng Gao ; Ohio State University; Colorado School of Mines 0:40 AM Atomic-scale Prediction of Thermodynamic Forces Using Molecular Dynamics: Mulaine Shih ; Michael Mills ; Maryam Ghazisaeidi ; Peter Anderson ; Ohio State University THURSDAY AM 4

142 THURSDAY AM Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications Nanotechnology for Energy, Environment, Electronics, Healthcare and Industry Applications III Program Organizers: Navin Manjooran, Siemens AG; Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech Thursday AM Room: 39 October, 07 Session Chairs: Gary Pickrell, Virginia Tech; Navin Manjooran, Vice President, Siemens AG :00 AM Invited Nanoscale Performance Mapping through the Thickness of Polycrystalline Thin Film Solar Cells: Bryan Huey ; University of Connecticut :30 AM Solar-thermal Conversion Behavior of Microencapsulated Phase Change Material with Solar-absorbing Metamaterial Based Shells: Alan Tong ; Neaqua Valley High School :50 AM Structure-activity Relationships of CuO x /CeO Catalysts: Elizabeth Zell ; Shaikh Hossain ; Ruigang Wang ; Youngstown State University; The University of Alabama 9:0 AM Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Core/Shell Nanostructures for Targeted Drug Delivery: Zia Ur Rahman ; Nabeel Ahmed ; Waseem Haider ; Ali Nemati ; Central Michigan University 9:30 AM The Effect of Local Charge in TiO Nanorods on Light Harvesting and Hysteresis in Halide Perovskite Solar Cells: Fangda Yu ; Jung-Kun Lee ; University of Pittsburgh 9:50 AM The Structural, Optical and Electrical Properties of SnO Nanowires for Resistive Gas Sensors: Mohamad Al-Hashem ; Priyanka Karnati ; The Ohio State University 0:0 AM Break 0:30 AM TiO Functionalized Multiwalled Carbon Nanotubes by Atomic Layer Deposition for Highly Sensitive Gas Sensors: Liliana Stan ; Michela Sainato ; Ralu Divan ; Yuzi Liu ; Igor Paprotny ; Argonne National Laboratory; University of Illinois at Chicago 0:50 AM Invited Tomographic AFM of Solar Cells for 3-d Photovoltaic Mapping at the Nanoscale: Justin Luria ; Katherine Atamanuk ; Alexandra Longacre ; James Steffes ; Bryan Huey ; University of Connecticut :0 AM Tuning the Lattice Parameter of InxZnyP for Highly Luminescent Quantum Dots: Yuyang Su ; Industrial Technology Research Institute :30 AM Two-dimensional Nanocomposites of MoS in a Poly (Vinyl Alcohol) Matrix: Céleste Robert ; Karen Supan ; Joshua Maurer ; Michael Miller ; Stephen Bartolucci ; Norwich University; U.S. Army Armaments Research Development and Engineering Center Benét Laboratories Non Beam-based Additive Manufacturing Approaches for Metallic Parts Session III Program Organizer: Olaf Andersen, Fraunhofer IFAM Thursday AM Room: 305 October, 07 Session Chair: Olaf Andersen, Fraunhofer IFAM :00 AM Additive Manufacturing Evaporative Casting: Sarah Jordan ; Mark DeBruin ; Skuld LLC :0 AM Assessment of Environmental Contamination in Ti-6Al-4V Parts Fabricated from the Laser Hot Wire Process: Michael Kottman ; Paul Denney ; James McGuffin-Cawley ; Badri Narayanan ; Lincoln Electric; Case Western Reserve University :40 AM Densification and Sintering of Metallic Struts within Micro-trusses 3D-printed from Powder-based Liquid Inks: Christoph Kenel ; Ramille Shah ; David Dunand ; Northwestern University 9:00 AM Mechanisms for Deformation and Film Formation from High Speed Aerosol Deposition of Ag: Tushar Chitrakar ; Jeremiah McCallister ; Michael Becker ; John Keto ; Desiderio Kovar ; University of Texas at Austin 9:0 AM Neutron Diffraction Mapping of Residual Stresses in Large-scale Wire-fed Additively Manufactured Components: Jeff Bunn ; Niyanth Sridharan ; Srdjan Simunovic ; Andrzej Nycz ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 4

143 Phase Stability, Diffusion Kinetics, and Their Applications (PSDK-XII) Session VI: Application of Thermodynamics and Diffusion Program Organizers: Wei Xiong, University of Pittsburgh; Raymundo Arroyave, Texas A & M University; Ji-Cheng Zhao, The Ohio State University; Arthur Pelton, Ecole Polytechnique Thursday AM Room: 43 October, 07 Session Chairs: Peisheng Wang, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Zhangqi Chen, The Ohio State University :00 AM Structure Evolution, Thermodynamic and Kinetic Properties of Liquid Ni-Al: An ab Initio Molecular Dynamics StudyStructure Evolution, Thermodynamic and Kinetic Properties of Liquid Ni-Al: An ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Study: William Yi Wang ; Jian Tang ; Jun Wang ; Bin Tang ; Hongchao Kou ; Jinshan Li ; Shun-Li Shang ; Irina V. Belova 3 ; Graeme E. Murch 3 ; Zi-Kui Liu ; Northwestern Polytechnical University; The Pennsylvania State University; 3 The University of Newcastle :0 AM Modelling of Prismatic Grain Growth in Cemented Carbides: Manon Bonvalet ; Joakim Odqvist ; Annika Borgenstam ; John Ågren ; KTH - Royal Institute of Technology :40 AM Thermodynamic Simulation on the Chemical Stability of (La0.Sr0.)0.9CrxFe-xO3±d: Hooman Sabarou ; Shadi Darvish ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University 9:00 AM Binder Removal Modeling: Utilizing Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) for Kinetic Parameter Determination: Joseph Prati ; M. Matthewson ; Jay Martin ; Richard Haber ; Rutgers University; Lafayette College 9:0 AM In Situ Synchrotron Studies and Modelling of Austenitisation Kinetics during Continuous Heating in Hypereutectoid Steels: Bij-Na Kim ; Jilt Sietsma ; Maria Santofimia ; TU Delft 9:40 AM Thermodynamics of the Mn-Ni-Sb-Yb System and Implications for Interface Stability between Yb 4 MnSb Compound and Ni Electrode: Jorge Paz Soldan Palma ; Yong-jie Hu ; Yi Wang ; Vilapanur Ravi ; Samad Firdosy ; Jean- Pierre Fleurial ; Kurt Star ; Zi-Kui Liu ; The Pennsylvania State University; Jet Propulsion Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Microstructural Evolution during Precipitation Hardening of Al-Cu Alloys with Phase-field Crystal Model: Ahmad Nourian-Avval ; Ebrahim Asadi ; University of Memphis 0:40 AM Quantitative Defect Chemistry Analysis and Electronic Conductivity Prediction Of (La0.Ca0.)0.95FeO3±dPerovskite: Shadi Darvish ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University :00 AM Understanding and Control of Phase Separation in Synthesis of Nanocrystalline TaxHf-xC Powders: Paniz Foroughi ; Cheng Zhang ; Arvind Agarwal ; Zhe Cheng ; Florida International University :0 AM Characterization of the Metatectic Reaction in the Iron-boron System: Kara Luitjohan ; Matthew Krane ; Volkan Ortalan ; David Johnson ; Purdue University :40 AM Thermodynamic Analyzing the Effect of Intermetallic Compounds on Thermal Diffusivity of Mg-La-Zr Alloys: WenFei Zhu ; Qun Luo ; Shuanglin Chen ; Jie Yu Zhang ; Qian Li 3 ; Shanghai University; Shanghai University; CompuTherm, LLC; 3 Shanghai University; Shanghai Institute of Materials Genome Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution in Ti and Its Alloys Experiment and Simulations Program Organizers: Carl Boehlert, Michigan State University; Yufeng Zheng, Ohio State University; Vahid Khademi, Michigan State University Thursday AM Room: 307 October, 07 Session Chairs: Dong Wang, Xi an Jiaotong University ; Hao Wang, Institute of Metal Research :00 AM High Temperature Dynamic Mechanical Response of Ti-6Al-4V under Rapid Thermal Heating: Effect of Phase Transformation: Sindhura Gangireddy ; Greta Lindwall ; Carelyn Campbell ; Steven Mates ; National Institute of Standards and Technology :0 AM Reconstructing Prior Beta Grains in Alpha+Beta Processed Ti Alloys: Joseph Tucker ; Thomas Broderick ; Brian Welk 3 ; Exponent; GE Aviation; 3 The Ohio State University :40 AM Variations in Thermal Processing Control on Beta-STOA Ti-6Al-4V and Effects on Microstructure, High Cycle Fatigue Life and Fatigue Crack Growth Rates: Byron McArthur ; Michael Kaufman ; Amy Clarke ; Robert Field ; Colorado School of Mines 9:00 AM Influence of Laser Based Intermetallics Coatings on Microstructure and Hardness of TI-6AL-4V Alloy: Olanrewaju Adesina ; Abimbola Popoola ; Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa 9:0 AM Fine Scale Alpha Precipitation in Ti-V Alloy: Vishal Soni ; Talukder Alam ; Yufeng Zheng ; Srinivas Aditya Mantri ; Hamish Fraser ; Rajarshi Banerjee ; University of North Texas; The Ohio State University 9:40 AM Phase-field Approach Coupled with Crystal Plasticity for Three-dimensional Recrystallization in Ti-Al Alloys and Comparison with Experiment: Arunabha Roy ; Sriram Ganesan ; Pinar Acar ; Anna Trump ; Susan Gentry ; John Allison ; Katsuyo Thornton ; Veera Sundararaghavan ; University of Michigan THURSDAY AM 43

144 THURSDAY AM 44 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Computational Phase Equilibria and Design of Metal Matrix Composites in Ti-B-Fe System: Ahmed Degnah ; Vikas Jindal ; K. S. Ravi Chandran ; University of Utah 0:40 AM Empirical Modelling of the Dynamic Spheroidization of the a-phase during Isothermal Compression of Ti6Al4V: Kalenda Mutombo ; CSIR :00 AM Developing the System of Self-consistent Governing Equations in Microstructure Evolution Prediction of Two-Phase Titanium Alloys. Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) on the Base of Deform D/3D Software: Anton Ektov ; J.H. Kim ; VSMPO-AVISMA Corporation; Hanbat National University :0 AM Investigation of Phase Field Modeling as a Method for Predicting a Lath Width in Ti-5: Daniel Bechetti ; Charles Fisher ; Jennifer Wolk ; Naval Surface Warfare Center; Office of Naval Research Phase Transformations in Ceramics: Science and Applications Theoretical Modeling of Phase Transformations and Phase Equilibria Program Organizers: Waltraud Kriven, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign; Pankaj Sarin, Oklahoma State University; Ricardo Castro, University of California, Davis; Yu Zhong, Florida International University Thursday AM Room: 3 October, 07 Session Chairs: Helen Chan, Lehigh University; Yu Zhong, Worcester Polytechnic Institute :00 AM Invited In Situ Determination of Phase Equilibria, Thermal Expansion and Phase Transformations in the Ternary Hafnia-Tantala-Titania System: Scott McCormack ; Waltraud Kriven ; Sergey Ushakov ; Alexandra Navrotsky ; Richard Webber ; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; University of California, Davis :0 AM High-pressure Phase Transformation to Monazite Structure in Xenotime Rare-earth Orthophosphates: Matthew Musselman ; Taylor Wilkinson ; Bianca Haberl ; Corinne Packard ; Colorado School of Mines; Oak Ridge National Lab :40 AM Invited Prediction of Diffusionless Phase Transformations in Complex Materials: Randall Hay ; Pavel Mogilevsky ; Emmanuel Boakye ; Air Force Research Laboratory 9:0 AM Directions of Zero Thermal Expansion in Anisotropic Oxides: Scott McCormack ; William Wheeler ; Waltraud Kriven ; University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign 9:40 AM Coexistence and Domain Dynamics of Ferroelectric Phases in Vicinity of the MPB: Oscar Torres ; Edwin Garcia ; Catherine Bishop ; University of Canterbury; Purdue University 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Simulation and Experiments of Template-directed Eutectic Solidification for Nanophotonic Metamaterials: Erik Hanson ; Julia Kohanek ; Ashish Kulkarni ; Runyu Zhang ; Katsuyo Thornton ; Paul Braun ; University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 0:40 AM Invited First-principles Phase Diagram Calculations for the Rocksalt-structure Quasibinary Systems TiN-ZrN, TiN-HfN and ZrN-HfN: Zhi Liu ; Benjamin Burton ; Sanjay Khare ; Daniel Gall 3 ; University of Toledo; NIST; 3 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute :0 AM Effects of Crystallographic Orientation and Pre-existing Defect on Mechanical Properties of Polycrystalline Yttria-stabilized Tetragonal Zirconia: Ning Zhang ; Mohsen Asle Zaeem ; Missouri University of Science and Technology Recent Advances in Computer-aided Materials Design Computational-experimental Synergy in Materials Discovery II Program Organizers: Huan Tran, University of Connecticut; Ghanshyam Pilania, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Alexey Kolmogorov, Binghamton University, State University of New York; Mina Yoon, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Son Hoang, University of Connecticut Thursday AM Room: 34 October, 07 Session Chair: Aleksey Kolmogorov, Binghamton University :00 AM Invited Understanding and Design of Graphene-based Materials for Supercapacitors: Gyeong Hwang ; University of Texas at Austin :40 AM Invited Theory-informed Design of Functional Materials: Bobby Sumpter ; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 9:0 AM Rational Design of Heterocycle Polymers Using First Principles Computations and Machine Learning: Anand Chandrasekaran ; Deepak Kamal ; Rampi Ramprasad ; Arun Mannodi-Kanakkithodi ; University of Connecticut 9:40 AM Computer-aided Designing and Screening of High-performance Solid Sorbents for CO Capture Technology: Yuhua Duan ; National Energy Technology Laboratory 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Invited Nanocomposites of Polymers and Carbon-based Nanofillers: Enhancing Mechanical Properties through Synergistic Modular Fabrication and Computational Design: SonBinh Nguyen ; Northwestern University :00 AM Design Principles for Solid-state Sodium Superionic Conductors via Firstprinciples Calculations and Experimental Verifications: Shun-Li Shang ; Zhaoxin Yu ; Yi Wang ; Donghai Wang ; Zi-Kui Liu ; Pennsylvania State University

145 :0 AM Magnetic Fields and Thermal Gradients: Simulated Engineering of Threedimensional Microstructure through Thermomagnetic Manipulation: Philip Goins ; Efrain Hernandez-Riviera ; Mark Tschopp ; Army Research Laboratory :40 AM Thermodynamic Stability Maps for the La0.6Sr0.4Co0.Fe0.O3±d SO O System for Application in Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Shadi Darvish ; Yu Zhong ; Florida International University Synthesis, Characterization, Properties and Applications of Functional Porous Materials Synthesis, Characterization and Modeling Program Organizers: Lan Li, Boise State University; Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina; Winnie Wong-Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology Thursday AM Room: 39 October, 07 Session Chair: Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina :00 AM A Facile Preparation of Methyltriethoxysilane Based Transparent Silica Xerogel Monoliths: Xuan Cheng ; Ziwei Niu ; Xiaoyong He ; Bicheng Tang ; Liuying Huang ; Ying Zhang ; Xiamen University :0 AM A Hybrid Porous Spherical Structure for Enhanced Energy Absorption: Baoxing Xu ; University of Virginia :40 AM CAD-integrated Modelling of Lattice Structures for Additive Manufacturing and Property Evaluation of Generated Specimens: Richard Kordass ; Peter Koch ; Thomas Toeppel ; Hannes Korn ; Christine Schöne ; Bernhard Mueller ; Ralph Stelzer ; Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU; Technische Universität Dresden 9:00 AM Creating High Surface Area SiOC Materials Using Different Additives: Kathy Lu ; Donald Erb ; Virginia Tech 9:0 AM Fabrication of Engineered Aerogel with Micro-Scale Interconnected Porosity for Volatile Halide Capture: Bonan Wang ; Krista Carlson ; Brittany Higgins ; Alexander Reifsnyder ; University of Utah 9:40 AM Fabrication of Ni-based Metallic Scaffolds with Dual Level Porosity: Arun Bhattacharjee ; Haozhi Zhang ; Ajith Achuthankutty ; Aditya Patibandla ; Ashley Paz y Puente ; University of Cincinnati 0:00 AM Break 0:0 AM Porosity Characterization of Solution-processed ITO Films by Neutron Reflectometry: Ning Xia ; Valeria Lauter ; Rosario Gerhardt ; Georgia Institute of Technology; Oak Ridge National Laboratory 0:40 AM Synthesis and Characterization of Aluminosilicate Network Structures with Controllable Porosity: Applications as Light-weight Mechanically Robust Thermal Insulators: Pratish Rao ; Moe Momayez ; Krishna Muralidharan ; Keith Runge ; Douglas Loy ; University of Arizona :00 AM Synthesis and Characterization of HFCS-derived Activated Carbon for Electrochemical Double Layer Capacitors: Wenxin Cao ; Fuqian Yang ; University of Kentucky :0 AM Concluding Comments The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Novel Utilization of Waste Materials II Program Organizers: Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota; Jun-ichi Tatami, Yokohama National University; Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST); Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Glenn Research Center; Marsha Bischel, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., PA; Makio Naito, Osaka University, Japan; Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Yiquan Wu, Alfred University, NY Thursday AM Room: 37 October, 07 Session Chairs: Allen Apblett, Oklahoma State University; Jenniffer Bustillos, Florida International University :00 AM Fools Gold as a Green Reagent for Reduction and Immobilization of Chromate: Allen Apblett ; Travis Reed ; Jerad Stephens ; Oklahoma State University :0 AM Development of a Separation Process of NBR/ HNBR Rubber from Metal Substrate: Sarah Scardelatto ; Mariana Nascimento ; Freudenberg-NOK; Centro Universitário Fundação Santo André :40 AM Multi-scale Mechanical Properties of Biodegradable Mushroom-based Leather: Jenniffer Bustillos ; Pranjal Nautiyal ; Benjamin Boesl ; Arvind Agarwal ; Florida International University 9:00 AM Crystallization Kinetics of Spinel Crystals in Modified Stainless Steel Slag: Longhu Cao ; Chengjun Liu ; Qing Zhao ; Maofa Jiang ; Northeastern University 9:0 AM Research on the Evaluation System of Iron-bearing Feed for Corex 3000 Process: Xiaoqin Liu ; Chengsong Liu ; Fei Ye ; Yawen Dong ; Wuhan University of Science and Technology 45 THURSDAY AM

146 Actinide and Lanthanide Materials II Poster Session Program Organizers: Clarissa Yablinsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Adam Farrow, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Jason Jeffries, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Kester Clarke, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Clinique L. Brundidge, Naval Nuclear Laboratory Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Clarissa Yablinsky, Los Alamos National Laboratory F-: A New Paradigm in Actinide Research: Nuclear Materials Science at the Micron-scale: Jon Schwantes ; Reid Peterson ; Dallas Reilly ; Richard Clark ; Daniel Perea ; Timothy Lach ; Richard Buckner ; Sue Clark ; Edgar Buck ; Paul MacFarlan ; John Cliff ; Michelle Conroy ; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory F-: Carbon Content Effect on Material Properties of U-0Mo Nuclear Fuels: Daniel Coughlin ; Cody Miller ; Rodney McCabe ; Ryan Mier ; Joel Montalvo ; Eric Tegtmeier ; David Dombrowski ; Los Alamos National Laboratory F-3: Solid Phase Synthesizing Method of YbO: Aoi Goto ; Yoshio Ohta ; Mikito Kitayama ; Fukuoka Institute of Technology F-4: Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy of 7 Atomic Percent Gallium Stabilized Delta Plutonium: Neliza Leon-Brito ; Miles Beaux ; Igor Usov ; Los Alamos National Laboratory F-5: Insights into Point-defects of d-pu and d-pu-ga Alloys Using Density Functional Theory: Sarah Hernandez ; Franz Freibert ; John Wills ; Blas Uberuaga ; Los Alamos National Laboratory F-6: Investigation of U-6wt.%Nb Aging Mechanisms via Atom Probe Tomography: Clarissa Yablinsky ; Seth Imhoff ; Yaqiao Wu ; Amy Clarke 3 ; Robert Hackenberg ; Los Alamos National Laboratory; Center for Advanced Energy Studies / Boise State University; 3 Colorado School of Mines Institute of Technology A-5: Surface Morphology of Additive Manufactured Metal Matrix Composites: Cindy Waters ; Bernard Ilogebde ; Mohammad Khan ; Amy Elliott ; NCA&T State University; Manufacturing Demonstration Facility - Oak Ridge National Laboratory Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Fatigue and Fracture Poster Session Program Organizers: Nikolas Hrabe, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Nicholas Barbosa, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Richard Ricker, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Steve Daniewicz, University of Alabama; Nima Shamsaei, Auburn University; Mohsen Seifi, Case Western Reserve University/ ASTM International Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Nikolas Hrabe, National Institute of Standards and Technology A-6: Characterization of Surface Roughness at Several Downward Facing Angles in Additive Manufacturing: Eric Tatman ; Joy Gockel ; Luke Sheridan ; Bo Whip ; Wright State University Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Microstructure and Material Properties Poster Session Program Organizers: Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall POSTERS Additive Manufacturing of Composites and Complex Materials II Poster Session Program Organizers: Dirk Lehmhus, ISIS Sensorial Materials Scientific Centre; Jonathan Spowart, Air Force Research Laboratory; Nikhil Gupta, New York University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall A-: 3D Printing of Hierarchical Porous Thermoplastic Polyurethane Foam with Tuned Piezoresistivity Behavior: Qiyi Chen ; Case Western Reserve University A-: Additive Manufacturing of Clay Modified with Primary Battery Waste: Edisson Ordoñez ; Henry Colorado ; Universidad de Antioquia A-4: Development of SiC Ceramics with Complicated Shape Using the FDM Type 3D Printer: Hisaya Masuda ; Yoshio Ohta ; Mikito Kitayama ; Fukuoka A-7: Analysis of How Post Processing Affects the Material Properties and Microstructure of Components Built Using Laser Rapid Manufacturing: Yuri Zaitsev ; Stryker Orthopaedics A-: Experimental Research on Solidification of Duplex Stainless Steel Refined by Complex-nucleus with TiN: Zongxu Pang ; Rong Zhu ; Tu Kailu ; University Of Science and Technology Beijing A-9: Manufacturing of Titanium Porous Layers by LENS Method: Tomasz Durejko ; Magdalena Lazinska ; Justyna Aniszewska ; Pawel Józwik ; Military University of Technology A-0: On the Microstructure of Alloy 65 Produced by Laser AM: Cilene Medeiro ; André Luiz Pinto ; M.Grace Burke 3 ; Guillermo Solórzano 4 ; Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, PUC-Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ; Brazilian Center of Research in Physics, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; 3 Materials Performance Centre, University of Manchester; 4 Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, PUC-Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 46

147 Additive Manufacturing of Metals: Post Processing Poster Session Program Organizers: Ola Harrysson, North Carolina State University; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Ulf Ackelid, Freemelt AB; Sudarsanam Babu, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall A-: Development of a Stress Relief Treatment for SLM UNS N077 API for Use in Oil and Gas Applications: Madison Burns ; Florian Hengsbach ; Christoph Wangenheim 3 ; Kay-Peter Hoyer ; Mirko Schaper ; Paderborn University, Lehrstuhl für Werkstoffkunde ; Paderborn University, Lehrstuhl für Werkstoffkunde; 3 Baker Hughes INTEQ GmbH A-3: Application of Hydrogen Sintering and Phase Transformation for Post Treatment of Gas Dynamic Cold Spray Deposits of Titanium Alloys: Gehn Ferguson ; James Paramore ; Brady Butler ; Blake Barnett ; U.S. Army Research Laboratory Advanced Coatings for Wear and Corrosion Protection Poster Session Program Organizers: Evelina Vogli, LiquidMetal Group Holdings, Inc.; Fei Tang, DNV GL; Emad Omrani, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee; Afsaneh Dorri Moghadam, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee; Pradeep Menezes, University of Nevada Reno; Pradeep Rohatgi, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Evelina Vogli, LiquidMetal Group Holdings H-: Air Plasma Spray Preparation of HfO /Mullite/Mo(Si,Al) Environmental Barrier Coatings: Hao Lan ; Chuanbing Huang ; Weigang Zhang ; Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences H-: Development of a New Synthesized Organic Pigment for Coatings and Its Evaluation: Weixiu Zeng ; Qixin Zhou ; The University of Akron H-3: Electrodeposited Sn-Ni-graphene Oxide Composite Coatings for Improved Corrosion Resistance of Mild Steel in 3.5% NaCl: Anshul Kamboj ; Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India H-7: Obtaining of Wear-resistant Carbide Coatings on High-carbon Steels under SHS Conditions: Borys Sereda ; Dmytro Sereda ; DSTU; Zaporizhzhzya State Engineering Academy H-: Production of Highly Effective SHS Coatings Operating in Oxidizing and Corrosive Environments: Borys Sereda ; Dmytro Sereda ; DSTU; Zaporizhzhzya State Engineering Academy Advanced Manufacturing, Processing, Characterization and Modeling of Functional Materials Poster Session Program Organizers: Markus Chmielus, University of Pittsburgh; Mohammad Elahinia, University of Toledo; Reginald Hamilton, The Pennsylvania State University; Haluk Karaca, University of Kentucky; Reza Mirzaeifar, Virginia Tech Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-: Characterization of Direct Laser Deposited Magnetocaloric Ni-Co-Mn- Sn: Erica Stevens ; Katerina Kimes ; Anna Wojcik ; Wojciech Maziarz ; Jakub Toman ; Markus Chmielus ; Volodymyr Chernenko 3 ; University of Pittsburgh; Polish Academy of Science; 3 BCMaterials & University of Basque Country; Ikerbasque, Basque Foundation for Science J-: Isotropic Negative Thermal Expansion Metamaterials: Lingling Wu ; Bo Li ; Ji Zhou ; Tsinghua University Advanced Materials for Oil and Gas Applications - Performance and Degradation Poster Session Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Paal Bratland, OneSubsea; Andrzej Wojcieszynski, ATI Powder Metals; Maria Sawford, ATI; Xi Shan, GE Oil & Gas Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall H-9: Influence of Thermomechanical Schedules on the Crystallographic Texture and Impact Tougness Anisotropy in API X70 Steel: Pavel Glukhov ; Alexandr Kononov ; Nikolay Kolbasnikov ; Oleg Sychev ; Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University; PJSC Severstal H-4: Friction and Wear Behaviour of Ceramic-composites Integrated Structure and Lubricating Function: Litian Hu ; Hengzhong Fan ; Junjie Song ; Yunfeng Su ; Yongsheng Zhang ; Lanzhou Institute of Chemical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences H-5: Establishment of the Relationship between the Microstructure Characteristics and the Heat Resistance of Silicate Coatings Obtained under SHS Conditions: Borys Sereda ; Dmytro Sereda ; DSTU; Zaporizhzhzya State Engineering Academy H-6: Natural Product as Corrosion Inhibitor for Stainless Steel in Acidic Medium: Omotayo Sanni ; Abimbola Popoola ; Tshwane University of Technology POSTERS 47

148 POSTERS Advanced Steel Metallurgy: Products and Processing Poster Session Program Organizers: Emmanuel De Moor, Colorado School of Mines; Amar De, ArcelorMittal Global R&D; Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Alla Sergueeva, The NanoSteel Company; Charles Enloe, General Motors; Daniel Branagan, The NanoSteel Company; Matthew Kiser, Caterpillar Inc Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall G-: Characterization of Inclusions in Slab of Grain-oriented Silicon Steel: Ming Li ; Qiang Ren ; Jiayi Wang ; Lifeng Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-: Influences of Zinc on the Erosion of Blast Furnace Hearth Refractories: Qiangjian Song ; Xiaojun Ning ; Jianliang Zhang ; Kexin Jiao ; Cui Wang ; Yang Liu ; The University of Science and Technology Beijing G-3: Control of Non-metallic Inclusions in High Quality Saw Wires: Min Jiang ; Xin-Hua Wang ; Kun-Peng Wang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-4: Correlation of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties in Welded Joints of MnNiVR Pressure Vessel Steel Subjected to High Heat Input Electrogas Welding: Yang Shen ; Cong Wang ; Northeastern University G-5: Development of Steel Suitable for Two-side Enameling: Mohamed Safa ; Tarek Khalefa ; Mohamed Aboud ; EZDK; Cairo University G-6: Distribution of Non-metallic Inclusions along the Thickness of Q345D/E Steel Slab: Xincheng Wang ; Wen Yang ; Lifeng Zhang ; Ying Wang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-7: Double Slag Modification Method for Reducing Slag Oxidation of IF Steel: Yanzhao Luo ; Shougang Research Institute of Technology G-: Granulation of FeSi Alloy by Rotary Multi-nozzles Cup Atomizer: Wenchao He ; Xuewei Lv ; Xueqin Li ; Jie Qiu ; Chongqing University G-9: Evolution Behavior and Refinement Mechanism of Inclusion by Magnesium Treatment in Al-killed Steel: Chengjun Liu ; Zhe Yu ; Qing Zhao ; Northeastern University G-0: Experimental Investigation on Inclusions in Hot Rolled Axle Steel by the Mold Casting: Yanbin Yin ; Jiongming Zhang ; Jinhao Han ; Mingzhi Zhai ; State Key Laboratory of Advanced Metallurgy,University of Science and Technology Beijing G-: Experimental Study on MnS Inclusion in Continuously Cast Bloom of Rail Steel: Sen Luo ; Bingyu Wang ; Weiling Wang ; Miaoyong Zhu ; Northeastern University G-: Improving Burnt Edge Defects in Boron-alloyed Steel: Mohamed Safa ; EZDK G-3: Increasing the Lifetime of Large Forging Dies by Repairwelding: Michal Duchek ; Martina Koukolikova ; COMTES FHT G-4: Influences of Cooling Rates on Precipitation Behavior and Austenite Phase Transformation in High Ti Microalloyed Steel: Tao Liu ; Dengfu Chen ; Mujun Long ; Junsheng Cao ; Lintao Gui ; Huamei Duan ; Chongqing University G-5: Microstructural Evolution and Mechanical Properties of a Prototype 0.C-6Mn-Si-Al Third Generation Steel: Vivek Patel ; Joseph McDermid ; Frank Goodwin ; McMaster University; International Zinc Association G-6: Migration Behavior of Inclusions in Molten Steel under the Treatment of Electric Current Pulse: Wenbin Dai ; Xinli Wang ; Danbin Jia ; Xiang Zhao ; Jingkun Yu ; Northeastern University G-7: Modification of Oxide Inclusions in Q345D Steel: Yi Wang ; Lifeng Zhang ; Wen Yang ; Qiang Ren ; Dongteng Pan ; Xincheng Wang ; Libin Sun ; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-: Nano-sized Carbide Precipitates in High-strength Low-alloy Steels: Kaiping Du ; Yueguang Yu ; Shuting Zhang ; Ji Shi ; Beijing General Research Institute of Mining and Metallurgy G-0: Non Equilibrium Thermodynamics of Quench and Partition Steels: Amit Behera ; Gregory Olson ; Northwestern University G-: Numerical Analysis on Effect of Additional Gas Injection on Characteristics around Raceway in Melter Gasifier: Kaiping Du ; Shengli Wu ; Zhekai Zhang ; Beijing General Research Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; School of Metallurgical and Ecological Engineering, University of Science and Technology Beijing G-: Numerical Study of Nail Board Experiments to Determine the Characteristics of the Surface in the CC Mold: Feng Wang ; Yang Wang ; Shufeng Yang ; Weihua Zhang ; Jingshe Li ; Xueliang Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing; Hesteel Group Tangsteel Company; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-3: Numerical Study of Steel Flow and Inclusion Removal during RH Degassing Process: Wei Liu ; Shufeng Yang ; Weihua Zhang ; Jingshe Li ; Xueliang Zhang ; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-4: Prediction of Precipitation Strengthening of k-carbide in Austenitebased Low-density Steel: Jaeeun Lee ; Siwook Park ; Hwangsun Kim ; Seong- Jun Park ; Phaniraj Madakashira ; Heung Nam Han ; Seoul National University; Korea Institute of Materials Science G-5: Research of CO -O Mixed Injection Steelmaking in 300T Converter: Xueliang Wang ; Rong Zhu ; Binglong Zhang ; Jiming Bian ; Yiqiang Zhu ; Wenhe Wu ; University of Science and Technology Beijing; Shougang Jingtang United Iron & Steel Co. 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G-6: Simulation and Application of the Coherent Oxygen Supplying Technology with Low Calorific Value Fuel Gas in EAF Steelmaking Process: Wei Guangsheng ; Dong Kai ; Liu Runzao ; Wu Xuetao ; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-7: Simulations and Modeling of Metallurgical Phenomena Produced on Pressing in SHS-conditions: Borys Sereda ; Dmytro Sereda ; Irina Kryglyak ; DSTU; Zaporizhzhzya State Engineering Academy G-: Study on Plastic Control of Inclusion in Cord Steel: Guo Jianlong ; University of Science and Technology Beijing G-9: Study on the Effect of Unburned Pulverized Coal on the Gasification Reaction Performance of Coke: Kaidi Wang ; Yifan Chai ; Jianliang Zhang ; Xiaoyue Fan ; Guangwei Wang ; University of Science & Technology Beijing G-30: Study on the Reducing Reaction Characteristics of the Iron Oxide Briquettes under H and CO Mixtures: Xiaozhe Wang ; Jian Liang Zhang ; Zhengjian Liu ; Xingle Liu ; University of Science and Technology Beijing; University of Science and Technology Beijing 4

149 G-3: The Influence Factors about Exacting Thickness Tolerance of Cold Rolled Strength Steel in Hot Rolling: Jiachun Xu ; Baosteel G-3: The Influence of Chemistry and Process Parameters on the Microstructure and Mechanical Property of DP7: Mingsheng Xia ; Hongbo Zhang ; Lin Zhang ; Guilan Li ; HBIS Tangsteel G-34: The Temperature Measurement and Simulation Analysis for Mold Cu-tube of High Speed Billet Caster: Yang Chen ; Fu-shuai Li ; Jiong-ming Zhang ; Sai-zhen Ning ; Liang Qian ; State Key Laboratory of Advanced Metallurgy, University of Science and Technology Beijing; CCTEC Engineering Co., Ltd G-40: The Effect of Microstructure on the Properties of Ultra High-carbon Steel Produced by Mechanical Alloying and Spark Plasma Sintering: Ibrahim Khalfallah ; Alex Aning ; Virginia Tech Advances in Dielectric Materials and Electronic Devices Poster Session Program Organizers: Amar Bhalla, The University of Texas at San Antonio; Ruyan Guo, The University of Texas at San Antonio; K. M. Nair, E.I.duPont de Nemours & Co, Inc; Danilo Suvorov, Jožef Stefan Institute; Rick Ubic, Boise State University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Advances in Zinc-coated Sheet Steel Processing and Properties Poster Session Program Organizers: Frank Goodwin, International Zinc Association; Joseph McDermid, McMaster University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall G-35: Electrochemical Properties of Continuous Galvanized Coatings on Direct Hot Pressed Steels: Caitlin Dever ; Joseph Kish ; Joseph McDermid ; McMaster University G-36: Reactive Wetting of Advanced High Strength Steels by a Zn-Al-Mg Bath: Danielle De Rango ; Joseph McDermid ; McMaster University Ceramic-based Optical Materials and Advanced Processing Poster Session Program Organizers: Yiquan Wu, Alfred University; Jas Sanghera, Naval Research Laboratory; Michael Squillante, RMD, Inc; Akio Ikesue, World-Lab. Co., Ltd Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall D-: Applications of Magnetoelectric Gradiometer and Its Vibration Rejetctioin Enhancement Based on H-Field Modulation Technique: Junran Xu ; Xin Zhuang ; Chung Ming Leung ; Jie-Fang Li ; Dwight Viehland ; Virginia Tech D-: Effect of Different Methods of Oxygen Treatment on Structure and Dielectric Properties of Mn-doped Ca0.6Sr0.4TiO3 Ceramics: Lin Zhang ; Michael Lanagan ; Juan Xie ; Qi Xu ; Zhonghua Yao ; Hua Hao ; Hanxing Liu ; The Pennsylvania State University; State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology for Materials Synthesis and Processing, Wuhan University of Technology D-3: Fixing the Navy s Railgun: Raising the Glass Transition Temperature of PEN: Seth Kreider ; Daniel Miranda ; Penn State University D-4: Observation of Ti-Ti Bonding in Ti/Cu/Pt-supported Rutile TiO (0) Surface: Ab Initio Calculations: Lei Li ; Wenshi Li ; Han Qin ; Jianfeng Yang ; Canyan Zhu ; Lingfeng Mao ; University of Alberta; Soochow University D-5: Study Broadband Dielectric Spectroscopy of (Ba,Sr)TiO 3 at Different Temperatures: Maryam Sarkarat ; Michael Lanagan ; Penn State University D-6: Effect of Pb(Zn/3Nb/3)O3 Addition on the Phase Transition and Ferroelectric Behavior for Pb(Zr0.95Ti0.05)O3 Ceramics: Mupeng Zheng ; Yudong Hou ; Mankang Zhu ; Beijing University of Technology D-7: Preparation and Characterization of Aurivillius Phase Na0.5Bi.5NbO9 by an Economical Aqueous Sol-Gel Technique: Yu Dong Hou ; Mu Peng Zheng ; Jing Yang Rong ; Man Kang Zhu ; Beijing University of Technology C-: Effects of Sintering Temperature on Structure and Photoluminescence of Eu-activated-Mg-doped Silicon Oxynitride Phosphors: Ying Zhang ; Jianglin Qiu ; Yuqian Zhou ; Xuan Cheng ; Jingyu Sun ; Xiamen University C-: Preparation of Zirconia-strengthened Alumina by Polymeric Preceramic Method: Yuanchao Li ; Zihai Yang ; Wenfeng Qiu ; Tunable Materials Construction and Building Materials for a Better Environment Poster Session Program Organizers: Henry Colorado, Universidad de Antioquia; Dileep Singh, Argonne National Laboratory; Flavio Silva, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio) Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-3: C4HNO Performance on Steel-rebar Corrosion in Industrial/ Microbial Simulating Environment: Joshua Okeniyi ; Abimbola Popoola ; Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria; Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa J-4: Corrosion Behaviour of Steel-reinforcement in C3H7NOS-admixed Concrete Immersed in Saline/Marine Simulating-environment: Joshua Okeniyi ; Abimbola Popoola ; Olugbenga Omotosho ; Cleophas Loto ; Elizabeth Okeniyi ; Samuel Ogbiye ; Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria; Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria J-5: Developing Heat Conduction Pathways through Short Polymer Chains in a Hydrogen Bonded Polymer System: Nitin Mehra ; Mu Liwen ; Jiahua Zhu ; The University of Akron POSTERS 49

150 POSTERS J-6: Effect of Coconut Fibers in Asphalt Properties: Yailuth Loaiza Lopera ; Edwin García ; Henry Colorado ; Universidad de Antioquia J-7: Fabrication by Additive Manufacturing of Clay with Electric Arc Furnace Steel Dust (EAF Dust): Edisson Ordoñez ; Henry Colorado ; Universidad de Antioquia J-: Physical and Mechanical Properties of Sintered Bricks Produced with Red Mud: Chen Shichao ; Bian Miaolian ; Ma Dongyang ; Sun Hui ; Beijing Shenwu Environment & Energy Technology Co.,Ltd. J-9: Study on Preparation of Portlant Cement by Using Coal Fly Ash: Hui Sun ; Beijing Shenwu Environment & Energy Technology Co.,Ltd. J-0: Tannic Acid - A New Bio-based, Environmentally-friendly Hardener for Epoxy Resins: Matthew Korey ; John Howarter ; Purdue University Controlled Synthesis, Processing, and Applications of Structural and Functional Nanomaterials Poster Session Program Organizers: Gurpreet Singh, Kansas State University; Kathy Lu, Virginia Tech; Sanjay Mathur, University of Cologne; Edward Gorzkowski, Naval Research Laboratory; Haitao Zhang, UNC Charlotte; Kejie Zhao, Purdue University; Hidehiro Kamiya, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Funding support provided by: MilliporeSigma Room: Exhibition Hall I-: Bulk Monolithic Carbon Nanofibers: Tailoring Geometry, Properties and Hybrid Structures: Mark Atwater ; Roger Welsh ; Benjamin Stone ; Alix Joy ; Laura Guevara ; Millersville University I-: Multi-Scale Mechanics and Electrical Transport in a Free-Standing 3D Architecture of Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes Fabricated by Pressure Assisted Welding: Pranjal Nautiyal ; Leslie Embrey ; Benjamin Boesl ; Arvind Agarwal ; Florida International University I-4: Carboxymethyl Cellulose and Bile Salt Network Formation with Aqueous Graphene Solution: Julie Muretta ; Katherine Kent ; Stephen Sofie ; Joseph Seymour ; Montana State University I-5: Thermal Diffusivity of Cu-Cu/RGO Composites: Hyo-Soo Lee ; Jae-Ha Kim ; Tae-Hoon Park ; KITECH Design, Processing, and Development of Structural Materials Poster Session Program Organizers: Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Mitra Taheri, Drexel University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-: An Analysis of Correlation between Intergranular Fracture and Plastic Deformation in Tungsten Using Nanoindentation: Yeonju Oh ; Keunho Lee ; Hyun-Min Sung ; Nojun Kwak ; Heung Nam Han ; Seoul National University; LG Production engineering Research Institute J-: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Ta Particulate Dispersed Cu-based Bulk Metallic Glass Composite by Spark Plasma Sintering: Jong Hwa Lim ; Dong Sun Seo ; Jin Kyu Lee ; Kongju National University Emerging Interconnect and Pb-free Materials for Advanced Packaging Technology Poster Session Program Organizers: Albert T. Wu, National Central University; Carol Handwerker, Purdue University; Fiqiri Hodaj, Grenoble Institute of Technology Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall D-: Thermal Aging Property of Sn-(x)wt%Sb Solder for Automotive Power Module: Junhyuk Son ; Minkyung Kim ; Dong-Yurl Yu ; Young-Bae Park ; Junghwan Bang ; KITECH/MicroJoning Center; Andong National University /Materials Science and Engineering D-9: Thermal Shock Reliability of Nanocomposite Sn-Ag-Cu Solder: Kyoung-Ho Kim ; Jonghyuk Yoon ; Songhee Yim ; Bum-Gyu Baek ; Sehoon Yoo ; Korea Institute of Industrial Technology; KD One D-0: Interfacial Reaction Mechanism Between Sn-Ag-Bi-In-(Co) Solder and Polycrystalline Copper Pad: Guo Fu ; Jing Han ; Shihai Tan ; Yu Tian ; Beijing University of Technology Failure Analysis and Prevention Poster Session Program Organizers: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC; Pierre Dupont, Schaeffler Belgium Sprl/Bvba; Burak Akyuz, ATS, Inc. Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Session Chair: Andrew Havics, ph, LLC Room: Exhibition Hall K-: Failure Analysis of Ultrasonic Spot Welds of Aluminum Cables to Brass Terminals Using Analytical Electron Microscopy: C. Virgil Solomon ; Brandon Hart ; Youngstown State University Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization Poster Session Program Organizers: Ryan Deacon, United Technologies Research Center; Daniel Dennies, Consulting Metallurgical Engineer; George Vander Voort, Consultant - Struers Inc Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall K-3: Automated Optical Microstructural Characterization of Thermal Spray Coatings: Veeraraghavan Sundar ; Elizabeth Jenkins ; UES Inc. K-4: Advances in Automated Optical 3D Materials Characterization: Veeraraghavan Sundar ; Satya Ganti ; Bryan Turner ; UES Inc. 50

151 Gas/Metal Reactions, Diffusion and Phase Transformation during Heat Treatment of Steel Poster Session Program Organizers: Liang He, Air Products and Chemicals Inc.; Xuekun Li, Tsinghua University; Daniel Baker, General Motors Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall E-3: The Effects of Ni-doping and Hydrogenation of TiO Nanotubes on Water Splitting: Yu-Ting Wang ; Chien-Cheng Lin ; Kun Lin Lin ; Yi-Ching Huang ; Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Chiao Tung University; National Nano Device Laboratories, National Applied Research Laboratories E-4: Synthesis and Characterization of SnO Nanowire Based High Performance MnO -NiO Supercapacitors: Lingtao Jiang ; Salim Caliskan ; Jung Kun Lee ; University of Pittsburgh G-37: Influence of Different Cooling Microstructure on Surface Cracks of HSLA Steel Plate by DHCR: Banglun Wang ; Fenglian Wang ; Xiebin Zhu ; Anhui Polytechnic University G-3: Study on the Precipitation Behavior of Maraging Stainless Steel: Gaite Wu ; Gang Wang ; Shaopeng Wei ; Junying Wang ; Yiming Rong ; Institute of Manufactring Engeering, Tsinghua University; South University of Science and Technology of China Glass, Amorphous, and Optical Materials: Common Issues within Science & Technology Poster Session Program Organizers: Gang Chen, Ohio University; Steve Martin, Iowa State University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall In-situ Characterization of Energy Materials Poster Session Program Organizers: Scott Speakman, PANalytical; Prashant Kumta, University of Pittsburgh Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall E-5: Characterization of Lithium-ion Batteries by In-situ Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy: Xueyuan Zhang ; Gamry Instruments E-6: Data-driven Approaches for Predicting Thermoelectric Properties: Al ona Furmanchuk ; Ankit Agrawal ; Alok Choudhary ; Northwestern University E-7: In Situ Raman Characterization of CZTS Phase Formation from Sulfurization of Sol-gel Oxide Precursors in ppm-level H S-Containing Atmosphere: Osama Awadallah ; Zhe Cheng ; Florida International University C-3: Crystallization Mechanism of Li O/K O Modified Sodium-phosphate Glasses as Solid Electrolyte: Paramjyot Jha ; O. P. Pandey ; K. Singh ; Chandigarh University, Gharuan, Mohali; Thapar University, Patiala C-4: Structures of Aluminosilicate Oxyfluoride Glasses from Molecular Dynamics Simulations: Junjie Zhao ; Xiaotong Chen ; Jincheng Du ; Qian Xu 3 ; Zhou Luo ; Xusheng Qiao ; Xianping Fan ; Zhejiang University; University of North Texas; 3 Massachusetts Institute of Technology C-5: The Structure and Properties of Glasses in the Li O-ZnO-P O 5 System: Han Zhang ; MST Innovative Processing and Synthesis of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites Poster Session Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Takashi Goto, Tohoku University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center Hybrid Organic-Inorganic Materials for Alternative Energy Poster Session Program Organizers: Andrei Jitianu, Lehman College, City University of New York; Lisa Klein, Rutgers University; Lia Stanciu, Purdue University; Mihaela Jitianu, William Paterson University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall E-: Polymer-batteries for the Supply in Safe and Environment-friendly Energy: Atomistic Approach via the Ab-initio Methods: Asif Iqbal Bhatti ; Grenoble INP Phelma E-: Sr.7-xCaxLn0.3Fe-yCoyO7-d Intergrowth Oxides as Cathodes for Intermediate-temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells: Padmasree Padmadas ; Ke-Yu Lai ; Antonio Fuentes ; Arumugam Manthiram ; Cinvestav Saltillo; The University of Texas at Austin C-6: Growth of One-dimensional BaTiO 3 Nanoparticles by Hydrothermal Reaction: Youngtae Park ; Ji Eun Wang ; Changyeon Baek ; Kumjin Park ; Do Kyung Kim ; KAIST; Samsung Electro-Mechanics C-7: Kinetic Investigations of Phaseformation Processes in the Ba(Ca,Sr) O-AlO3-SiO System Phaseformation Processes in the Mixture which Contains BaO,CaO,SrO,Al O 3,SiO Were Carried Out Combustor of MHD Generator: Ilyoukha Nickolai ; Academic Ceramic Center C-: Researches Regarding the Structure Investigations on New Materials of the Composite Type: Alexandru Antoniu Cernaianu Stoianovici ; COREF C-9: Synthesis of C Axis Oriented ZnO Nanostructured Thin Films by Laser Enhanced Electrospray-CVD: Satoshi Suehiro ; Teiichi Kimura ; Seiji Takahashi ; Japan Fine Ceramics Center POSTERS 5

152 POSTERS Interfaces, Grain Boundaries and Surfaces from Atomistic and Macroscopic Approaches Poster Session Program Organizers: Dominique Chatain, CNRS, Aix-Marseille University; John Blendell, Purdue University; Wayne Kaplan, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall F-: The Largest Database of Elemental Crystal Surface Energies from High-throughput Density Functional Theory: Richard Tran ; Zihan Xu ; Balachandran Radhakrishnan ; Joseph Montoya ; Wenhao Sun 3 ; Donald Winston ; Kristin Persson ; Shyue Ong ; Department of Nanoengineering, University of California, San Diego; Energy Technologies Area, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; 3 Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology F-9: Application of a Grain Boundary-aware Crystal Plasticity Model to Bicrystal Nanoindentation and Polycrystalline Uniaxial Tensile Deformation: Yang Su ; Philip Eisenlohr ; Thomas Bieler ; Martin Crimp ; Michigan State University F-0: Cation Disorder at Interfaces in Pyrochlores: Matthew Janish ; Terry Holesinger ; Cortney Kreller ; James Valdez ; Yongqiang Wang ; Blas Uberuaga ; Los Alamos National Laboratory F-: Hollowing of Al-Au Nanoparticles by ReactiveIinterdiffusion: Nimrod Gazit ; Andriy Gusak ; Leonid Klinger ; Eugen Rabkin ; Technion - Israel Institute of Technology; Cherkasy National University F-: Inferring Mesoscale Grain Boundary Structure-property Models from the Macroscopic Properties of Polycrystals via Inverse Problem Theory: Oliver Johnson ; Christian Kurniawan ; Brigham Young University F-3: Microstructure Evolution in Ni Materials: Annealing-Detwinning due to Thermal Fluctuation of Incoherent Twin Boundary: Chandra Singh ; Hao Sun ; University of Toronto F-5: The Effect of Grain Boundary Curvature of a Three-dimensional Polycrystalline Material: Elastic Stress and Strain Field Distribution under Thermal Loading: Myeongjin Lee ; Youngkyun Son ; Sihwa Sung ; Sukbin Lee ; UNIST(Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology) F-6: Thermodynamic Modelling of Precipitate Stabilization through Interface Solute Segregation: Sourabh Kadambi ; Srikanth Patala ; North Carolina State University F-7: Two- and Three-dimensional Simulation of Two-phase Microstructure during Coarsening With Diffusion-controlled Monte Carlo Model: Gaeun Son ; Hyesoo Chung ; Minji Kim ; Sukbin Lee ; Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology F-: Anti-Thermal Motion Mechanisms of \93 3 Grain Boundaries in FCC Metals: Ian Chesser ; Jonathan Humberson ; Elizabeth Holm ; Carnegie Mellon University F-9: An Atomistic Approach to Dopant Segregation and Embrittlement at the Grain Boundaries of Molybdenum and Its Alloys: Hui Zheng ; Richard Tran ; Balachandran Radhakrishnan ; Shyue Ong ; Department of Nanoengineering, University of California, San Diego F-0: Identifying Interatomic Potentials for the Accurate Modeling of Interfacial Segregation and Structural Transitions: Yang Hu ; Jennifer Schuler ; Timothy Rupert ; UCI F-: Measuring Grain Boundary Mobility Using a Microfabricated Sun- Bauer Style Bicrystal: Xiaoting Zhong ; Amanda Krause ; Christopher Marvel ; Martin Harmer ; Gregory Rohrer ; Carnegie Mellon University; Lehigh University International Symposium on Ceramic Matrix Composites Poster Session Program Organizers: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center; Jitendra Singh, Retired, U.S. Army Research Laboratory; Jacques Lamon, CNRS; Sung Choi, Naval Air Systems Command Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Narottam Bansal, NASA Glenn Research Center C-0: Effect of TiO Addition on the Slag Corrosion Resistance of MgAlO4- CaAl4O7-CaAlO9 Composite: Lei Xu ; Min Chen ; Nan Wang ; School of Materials and Metallurgy, Northeastern University C-: Joining of W-5Re Alloy to C/C Composite Using Titanium Interlayer and Its Stability under High Temperature: Jung Hoon Kong ; Joo-Hyung Kim ; Dong Seok Kim ; Seong Taek Lim ; Do Kyung Kim ; KAIST; Agency for Defense Development C-: Study on Preparation and Microstructure of ZrB Composite Coating: Lijuan Zhou ; Chuncheng Wei ; Tianqi Wang ; Yunxia Zhao ; Shandong University of Technology C-3: Study on the Sintering Process of Nickel Ferrite Spinel Based Ceramet: Yihan Liu ; Northeastern University Joining of Advanced and Specialty Materials (JASM XIX) Poster Session Program Organizers: Boian Alexandrov, The Ohio State University; Mathieu Brochu, McGill University; Anming Hu, University of Tennessee; Darren Barborak, AZZ WSI; Akio Hirose, Osaka University; Peng He, Harbin Insitute of Technology; Zhiyong Gu, University of Massachusetts Lowell; Vikas Patel, ArcelorMittal USA Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-3: Development of Laser Welding Process for Parts of Orthodontics: Jeng-O Kim ; Jae-Hoon Lee ; Seung-Woo Lee ; Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials J-4: Interfacial Characterization of Brazed Hexagonal Boron Nitride (h- BN): Marcio Rosales ; Conrado Afonso ; UFSCar J-5: High Cr-Ni Superalloy Welded Joints Microstructure Evolution Submitted to Heat-treatment: Julio Spadotto ; Ivan Guillermo Solórzano ; PUC-Rio 5

153 J-6: Scalable Writing of High Performance Ultraminiature Graphene Micro-supercapacitors: Daozhi Shen ; Guisheng Zou ; Lei Liu ; Walter Duley ; Norman Zhou ; Tsinghua University; University of Waterloo J-7: Local Mechanical Properties Estimation of Friction Stir Welded Al-Mg-Si Joints: Oleg Panchenko ; Sergey Ivanov ; Anton Naumov ; Iurii Golubev ; Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University J-: The Influence of Stabilizing Element of Austenite on UND S3707 Hyperduplex Stainless Steel Welded by TIG Process: André Pimenta ; Marilia Diniz ; Guillermo Naranjo 3 ; IFRJ; University of State of Rio de Janeiro; 3 PUC- Rio J-9: A Microstructural Study on High-speed Friction Stir Welding of Dissimilar Thin Sheets of Aluminum Alloy 5-O and Aluminum Alloy 60-T4: Jingyi Zhang ; Maryam Jamalian ; Piyush Upadhyay ; Yuri Hovanski 3 ; David Field ; Washington State University; Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; 3 Brigham Young University Light Metals Alliance: Light Metals Technology 07 Poster Session Program Organizers: Diran Apelian, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Kumar Sadayappan, Canmet MATERIALS; Frank Czerwinski, CanmetMATERIALS ; Brajendra Mishra, Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Michael Bermingham, The University of Queensland; Wenjiang Ding, Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Zhongyun Fan, Brunel University; Gonasagren Govender, The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) ; Karl Kainer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Andreas Kraly, LKR Leichtmetallkompetenzzentrum Ranshofen GmbH; Salem Seifeddine, Jönköping University; Bong Sun You, Korea Institute of Materials Science Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-0: Laser Welding Characteristics for Joints of Secondary Cell Made of Aluminium and Nickel: Hee-Shin Kang ; Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials J-: Microstructure And Surface Finish Evolution during Single Point Incremental Forming: Maya Nath ; Erika Salem ; Jaekwang Shin ; Timothy Odykirk ; Mihaela Banu ; Alan Taub ; University of Michigan J-: Microstructure and Texture Evolution of Micro-alloyed Magnesium- Zinc-Neodymium Alloys: Yang Liu ; Jing Su ; Amjad Javaid ; Tim Skszek 3 ; Stephen Yue ; McGill University; CanmetMATERIALS; 3 Magna International J-3: Microstructure, Mechanical Properties and Deformation Behavior of Mg-Gd-Y-Zn-Zr Alloy: K Li ; Devesh Misra ; University of Texas at El Paso J-4: Molecular Dynamics Simulations of the Twinnability of Al Alloys with Different Vacancy Fractions: Seyed-Alireza Etesami ; Ebrahim Asadi ; University of Memphis J-6: Precipitation Strengthening Behavior of Al-Cu-Mn Alloys With the Effect of Casting Segregation: Yisen Hu ; Gang Wang ; Qing Jiang ; Wenfeng Xiao ; Yiming Rong ; Tsinghua University; Capital Aerospace Machinery Company J-7: Sensitization Effects on Tensile Behavior in 5XXX Series Aluminum Alloys: Environmentally Enhanced Cracking: Benjamin Palmer ; John Lewandowski ; Case Western Reserve University J-: Strain State Effects of Sensitization-induced β Precipitates in AA5456: Daniel Foley ; Mitra Taheri ; Drexel University J-9: Study of Constant and Variable Blank Holding Force Techniques in Hydroforming of Cryorolled Al-Mg Alloy Sheets by FE Simulation : Fitsum Feyissa ; Ravi Digavalli ; Indian Institute of Technology Delhi J-30: Study on Refinement and Homogenization of Microstructures of Aluminum Alloys Billet by Pulse and Magnetic Treatment: Kyunghyun Kim ; Mykola Slazhniev ; Hyunsuk Sim ; Sewon Kim ; Dongsan Tech J-3: Ultrasonic Vibration Assisted Laser Surface Melting Of Al 04 Alloys and Its Influence on Microstructural Evolution: Sourabh Biswas ; Seyyed Habib Alavi ; Sandip Harimkar ; Oklahoma State University J-3: Vertical Section Phase Diagram of Mg (-X) Sr0.5 ZnX Alloy Using Solidification Cooling Curves: Vignesh Nallasivam ; Ravi K R ; PSG College of Technology; PSG Institute of Advanced Studies J-33: Auto-Al Recycling: A Grave-to-gate Analysis: Sean Kelly ; Diran Apelian ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute J-34: Crack Propagation from a Notched Hole under Uni-axial Fatigue Loading of AA7075-T6 Sheet: Malika Khodja ; Hamida Fekirini ; Ulyate Curle ; Gary Corderley ; Gonasagren Govender ; Council for Scientific and Industrial Research; LMPM, Laboratoire Mécanique et Physique des Matériaux, University of Djillali Liabes J-35: Effect of Casting Porosity on Compressive Mechanical Property of asquenched Al-Cu-Mn Alloy: Ke Ren ; Gang Wang ; Wenguang Wang ; Yiming Rong ; Tsinghua University; Southern University of Science and Technology J-37: Effect of Strain Rate on Mechanical Behaviour of Commercial Diecast Magnesium Alloys: Hua Qian Ang ; Trevor Abbott ; Suming Zhu ; Mark Easton ; RMIT University; Magontec Limited J-3: Formability of Tailor Welded Blanks Made by Friction Stir Welding: Effect of Heat Input and Flow Profile: Ronit Dey ; Amit Arora ; Jyoti Mukhopadhyay ; IIT Gandhinagar J-39: Fracture and Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of As-cast vs. Forged Ti-43Al-4Nb-Mo: Matthew Dahar ; Sesh Tamirisakandala ; John Lewandowski ; Case Western Reserve University; Arconic J-40: Hot Deformation/Forging and Mechanical Behavior of 3rd Generation Al-Li Alloy: Henry Neilson ; David Schwam ; John Lewandowski ; Case Western Reserve University J-4: In-situ Manufacturing Techniques for Aluminum Matrix Nanocomposites: Iñigo Anza ; Jeremy Fedors ; Eunkyung Lee ; Brajendra Mishra ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute J-4: Low Temperature Thermal Conductivity of Pure Mg and Binary Magnesium Alloys: Tao Ying ; Hang Chi ; Mingyi Zheng 3 ; Zitong Li 3 ; Ctirad Uher ; Shanghai Jiao Tong University; University of Michigan; 3 Harbin Institute of Technology J-43: Influence of Metallic Coatings on the Microstructural Development of the Metallurgical Bond for Cast-in Ferrous Inserts: Carl Soderhjelm ; Chiara Bertuccioli ; Lorella Ceschini ; Diran Apelian ; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; University of Bologna J-44: Shear Band Corrosion Susceptibility in Al 606 Extruded by Equal Channel Angular Extrusion (ECAP): Ramatou Ly ; Texas A&M University POSTERS 53

154 J-45: On the Influence of CaO, Gd, Nd and Y on the Corrosion and Mechanical Properties of ZK40 Alloy: Ricardo Buzolin ; Chamini Mendis ; Marta Mohedano 3 ; Domonkos Tolnai 4 ; Carsten Blawert 4 ; Karl Kainer ; Norbert Hort ; Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht; Brunel University; 3 Universidad Complutense; 4 Helmholtz Zentrum Geesthacht Materials for Nuclear Energy Applications Poster Session Program Organizers: Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin; Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Raul Rebak, GE Global Research; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall E-9: Effect of D + Ion Irradiation on Ta under Fusion-relevant Conditions: Theodore Novakowski ; Jitendra Tripathi ; Tatyana Sizyuk ; Ahmed Hassanein ; Purdue University E-0: Effect of Irradiation Temperature on Microstructural Changes in Self-ion Irradiated Austenitic Stainless Steel: Hyung-Ha Jin ; Chansun Shin ; Junhyun Kwon ; Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute; Myongji University E-: Experimental Characterization of the U 3 Si 5 -USi Phase Region: Tashiema Wilson ; Mallikharjuna Bogala ; Emily Moore ; Theodore Besmann ; Elizabeth Sooby Wood ; Josh White 3 ; Andrew Nelson 3 ; University of South Carolina; Los Alamos National Laboratory ; 3 Los Alamos National Laboratory E-: Neutron Irradiation Effect on 0.4t-CT Specimen of Alloy 690 Tested at Elevated Temperature: Joo-Hag Kim ; KAERI E-3: Recrystallization Behaviour of Nickel-based Alloys for Molten Salt Reactors: Pavel Podany ; Martina Koukolikova ; COMTES FHT a.s. Materials Issues in Nuclear Waste Management Poster Session Program Organizers: Jake Amoroso, Savannah River National Laboratory; Aladar Csontos, Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Kevin Fox, Savannah River National Laboratory; Tongan Jin, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Cory Trivelpiece, Savannah River National Laboratory; Yutai Katoh, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Bill Lee, Imperial College of London; Josef Matyas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Nathan Mellot, Michigan State University; Kumar Sridharan, University of Wisconsin Madison; S.K. Sundaram, Alfred University Materials Property Understanding through Characterization Poster Session Program Organizers: Indrajit Dutta, Corning Incorporated; Nicholas Smith, Corning Incorporated Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall F-: 3D Tomography of Dislocations Using Electron Channelling Contrast Imaging and Focussed Ion Beam Milling: Shanoob Balachandran ; Zayd Radha ; Dirk Colbry ; Martin Crimp ; Michigan State University; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor F-3: Contribution of Surface Plasmon Polaritons to Thermal Conductivity of Doped CdO Thin Films: Elizabeth Radue ; Evan Runnerstrom ; Christina Rost ; J. P. Maria ; Patrick Hopkins ; University of Virginia; North Carolina State University F-4: Effect of Carbon Content on Corrosion Properties of Plain Carbon Steels: Sajid Manzoor ; Tariq Hussain ; Rafiq Ahmad ; Bismillah Saleem ; Aqil Inam ; Sami Rehman ; New Shalimar Steel ; University of the Punjab F-5: Effect of Starting Microstructure of AISI 4340 and 440 steels on Corrosion Properties: Bismillah Saleem ; Aqil Inam ; Tariq Hussain ; Syed Naqvi ; Kosar Mukhtar ; Iqra Siddique ; Hina Mumtaz ; University of the Punjab F-6: Electronic Structure of FeS: Fei Chen ; Yifei Fang ; Wenlai Lv ; Jincang Zhang ; Shanghai University F-7: Understanding Eco-friendly Anticorrosion Prospect on Steelreinforcement in NaCl-immersed Concrete from Biochemical Characterization of Irvingia Gabonensis Leaf: Joshua Okeniyi ; Abimbola Popoola ; Cleophas Loto ; Covenant University, Nigeria; Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa F-: Understanding the Corrosion Resistance and Reflectivity of Electrodeposited Zinc Coatings Obtained on Pipes via a Combined Characteristic of Their Texture and Surface Morphology: Oleg Girin ; Sergii Zhdanov ; Ukrainian State University of Chemical Technology F-9: Very Large Area Phase Mapping: Stephen Seddio ; Thermo Fisher Scientific F-30: Quenching and Partitioning of Experimental Steel: Aqil Inam ; M.Taqi Butt ; Muhammad Irfan ; Muhammad Mughal ; Muhammad Ishtiaq ; Shamin Shah ; Amir Waqas ; University of the Punjab; PCSIR Labs Lahore POSTERS Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall E-5: First Principles Study of Technetium Incorporation into Sodium Borosilicate Glasses: Jason Lonergan ; John McCloy ; Washington State University ; Washington State University 54

155 Materials Selection and Surface Analyses for Corrosion Prevention and Detection Poster Session Program Organizers: Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; Ajit Mishra, Haynes International; Sudhakar Mahajanam, PinnacleART; Eric Schindelholz, Sandia National Laboratory; Xueyuan Zhang, Gamry Instruments; Guang-Ling Song, Xiamen University; Luis Garfrais, Wood Group Kenny; Raul Rebak, General Electric Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chairs: Ajit Mishra, Haynes International; Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory H-0: Analysis of Failure in CO Gas Cylinder in Atmospheric Environment: Urbi Pal ; Goutam Mukhopadhyay ; Sandip Bhattarcharya ; Tata Steel H-: Corrosion Mechanism of AZ9 Magnesium Alloy Processed by Equalchannel Angular Pressing (ECAP): Yenny Paola Cubides Gonzalez ; Homero Castaneda ; Texas A&M University H-: Passivation and Activation/Transpassivation of Pure Titanium in Artificial Seawater: Shaokun Yan ; Dajiang Zheng ; Guang-Ling Song ; Matthew Dargusch ; Lian Zhou 3 ; Xiamen University; The Unversity of Queensland; 3 Nanjing Tech University J-5: Metastability and Electrical Properties of Fluorite and Pyrochlore Phases in the LnZrO7:LnTiO7 systems (Ln = Yb, Ho): Cations Size Mismatch Effects: Antonio Fuentes ; Goretti Fraustro-Castañeda ; Nayeli Cepeda-Sánchez ; José Díaz-Guillén ; Cinvestav del IPN; Instituto Tecnológico de Saltillo J-5: Structural Evolution of Molybdenite during Severe Milling Process; The Effect of Addition Alumina Particles: Arman Hoseinpur ; Malihe Mohammadi Bezanaj ; Maryam Sadat Marashi ; Jalil Vahdati Khaki ; Ferdowsi University of Mashhad Metal and Polymer Matrix Composites III Poster Session Program Organizers: Nikhil Gupta, New York University; Tomoko Sano, U.S. Army Research Laboratory Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-53: Nanomechanical and Nanotribological Studies of BNNP Reinforced UHMWPE Coating for Biomedical Applications: Archana Loganathan ; Pranjal Nautiyal ; Dillon Watring ; Leslie Embrey ; Benjamin Boesl ; Arvind Agarwal ; Florida International University Mechanochemical Synthesis and Reactions in Materials Science II Poster Session Program Organizers: Antonio Fuentes, Cinvestav del IPN; Laszlo Takacs, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Challapalli Suryanarayana, University of Central Florida; Jacques Huot, Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-46: Electrical Properties of LaPO4/LaZrO7 Composites Synthesized by the Molten Salt Method Assisted by Mechanical Milling: Madelyne Salazar- Zertuche ; José Alonso Díaz-Guillén ; Carlos A. Durón-Sifuentes ; Oswaldo Burciaga-Diaz ; María Elena Bazaldua-Medellín ; Antonio F. Fuentes ; Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo; CINVESTAV IPN Unidad Saltillo J-47: Electrical Properties of Lnx Y0.04 Zr0.96-x O-d Ceramics Synthesized by Mechanical Milling: Carlos A. Durón-Sifuentes ; José Alonso Díaz-Guillén ; Madelyne Salazar-Zertuche ; María Elena Bazaldua-Medellín ; Oswaldo Burciaga-Diaz ; Nayeli M. Cepeda-Sanchez ; Antonio F. Fuentes ; Instituto Tecnologico de Saltillo; CINVESTAV IPN Unidad Saltillo Modeling and Simulation in Additive Manufacturing: Materials Design, Property Prediction, and Process Control Poster Session Program Organizers: Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis; Lei Chen, Mississippi State University; Li Ma, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Xinghua Yu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Yeon-Gil Jung, Changwon National University; Yanzhou Ji, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park; Long Qing Chen, Penn State University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Jing Zhang, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis A-4: A Computer Vision Approach to Defect Analysis in Additive Manufacturing Build Components: Andrew Kitahara ; Brian DeCost ; Elizabeth Holm ; Carnegie Mellon University A-5: Research on Structure Optimization of Cooling Channel of Copper Staves: Fengguang Li ; Hubei University of Automotive Technology J-49: Investigation on Mechanochemical Behaviour of the Al-Ti-Nb System: Petra Hanusova ; Ivo Dlouhy ; Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering J-50: Mechanochemically Initiated Polymerizations: Solvent-free Enolatemediated Reactions of Cellulose in a Ball Mill: Mohammadali Azadfar ; Michael Wolcott ; Washington State University POSTERS 55

156 Multifunctional Oxides Poster Session Program Organizers: Xiaoqing Pan, University of California, Irvine; Chonglin Chen, University of Texas at San Antonio; Quanxi Jia, University at Buffalo The State University of New York; Judith Driscoll, University of Cambridge Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Next Generation Biomaterials Poster Session Program Organizers: Roger Narayan, UNC/NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering; Jie Huang, University College London; Vipul Davé, Johnson & Johnson; Sanjiv Lalwani, Lynntech, Inc.; Marc in het Panhuis, University of Wollongong; Mohan Edirisinghe, University College London Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall C-4: Multiferroic Behaviour and Magnetoelectric Coupling in Fe/Ni codoped Bi3.5Nd0.5Ti3O Ceramics: Sumit Bhardwaj ; Sanjev Kumar ; R. K. Kotnala ; PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh; National Physical Laboratory C-5: Optimization of Properties of Al O 3 -spinel Castables for RH Snorkel Working Lining: Hongjianguo Hongjianguo ; China s Shanghai Baoshan Iron and Steel Co., Ltd. Multiscale Modeling of Microstructure Deformation in Material Processing Poster Session Program Organizers: Lukasz Madej, AGH University of Science and Technology; Krzysztof Muszka, AGH Univeristy of Science and Technology; Danuta Szeliga, AGH University of Science and Technology Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall F-3: A Continuum Model of Deformation in API X70 Steel Coated with Nanolaminate Metallic Systems for High Energy Environments: Mohammed Anazi ; Hussein Zbib ; Washington State Univeristy F-3: Analysis of the Stress-strain State of the Reactors In The Process of Titanium Tetrachloride Reduction: Oleksandr Bagriichuk ; Valeriy Mishchenko ; Volodymyr Khupovka ; Zaporizhzhya National University F-33: Development of a Shape Memory Actuator for Aircraft Engine Turbine Blades: Richard Blocher ; Luis Bravo ; Anindya Ghoshal ; Muthuvel Murugan ; Peter Anderson ; The Ohio State University; Army Research Laboratory F-34: Simulating and Representing the 3D Geometrically Necessary Dislocations (GNDs) Structure Evolution during Plane Deformation for Commercial Al-Alloys: Khaled Adam ; David Field ; Washington State University B-: Comparison of Characterization Techniques for Inclusions in Fine, Superelastic Nitinol Wire: Janet Gbur ; John Peppler ; John Lewandowski ; Case Western Reserve University; ASM International B-: Dual Delivery of Biomacromolecules and Drug from Nanofibrous Tissue Engineering Scaffolds: Yu Zhou ; Min Wang ; The University of Hong Kong B-3: Hydroxyapatite Paste Doped with Drug Encapsulated Calcium Phosphosilicate Nanoparticles for Enhanced Osteogenic Activity in Bone Tissue Engineering: Christopher Gigliotti ; Andrea Mastro ; Lauren Zarzar ; James Adair ; Pennsylvania State University B-4: Magnetic Heating Behavior of Multi-component Ferrite NPs and its FEM Simulation: Celaletdin Ergun ; Oguz Soydas ; Elvan Aydin ; Istanbul Technical University B-5: Synthesis Characterization of SiO -TiO -CaO-SrO-Na O-P O 5 Glasses for Coating Titanium Metallic Implants: Kiel Skelly ; Anthony Wren ; Alfred University B-6: Fabrication of Hydrogel Hybrid Membranes Using Bijels Approach: Haoran Sun ; Min Wang ; The University of Hong Kong B-7: Antibacterial Efficacy of Silver, Silicon Co Substituted Apatite Against Pseudomonas Aeruginosa: Poon Nian Lim ; Bow Ho ; Eng San Thian ; National University of Singapore; Singapore Precision Medical Centre Pte. Ltd B-: Physical Anisotropy of Biomaterials to Modulate Cell Morphogenesis In Vivo for Tendon Regeneration: Zuyong Wang ; Bryan Koh ; Won Jae Lee 3 ; Wilson Wang ; Minghui Hong ; Poon Nian Lim ; Lisa Park 3 ; Michael Kim 3 ; Eng San Thian ; Hunan University; National University of Singapore; 3 PWG Genetics Pte Ltd B-9: Structural Investigations of Transition Metal Doped Apatites and Potential for Biomedical Applications: Arjak Bhattacharjee ; Tom Baikie ; Timothy White ; Indranil Manna 3 ; Kantesh Balani ; Indian Institute of Technology; Nanyang Technological University; 3 Indian Instititute of Technology POSTERS Non Beam-based Additive Manufacturing Approaches for Metallic Parts Poster Session Program Organizer: Olaf Andersen, Fraunhofer IFAM Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall A-6: Binder Jet Printing of Partial Denture Metal Framework from Metal Powder: Amir Mostafaei ; Erica Stevens ; John Ference ; David Schmidt ; Markus Chmielus ; University of Pittsburgh 56

157 A-7: Detailed Microstructural and Electrochemical investigation of 3D Printed and Arc Melted 36L Stainless Steel: Muhammad Jahangir Khan Lodhi ; Waseem Haider ; Kashif Mairaj Deen ; Ameeq Farooq 3 ; Central Michigan University; University of British Columbia; 3 University of the Punjab A-: High Velocity Hybrid Thermal Spray Systems for 3-D Coatings: Dale Moody ; Peter Foy ; Plasma Powders and Systems Inc. A-9: Large-scale Additive Manufacturing of Steel Structures: Michael Kottman ; Bryce Mikol ; Paul Denney ; Badri Narayanan ; Lincoln Electric Phase Transformations and Microstructural Evolution in Ti and Its Alloys Poster Session Program Organizers: Carl Boehlert, Michigan State University; Yufeng Zheng, Ohio State University; Vahid Khademi, Michigan State University Processing and Performance of Materials Using Microwaves, Electric and Magnetic Fields, Ultrasound, Lasers, and Mechanical Work Rustum Roy Symposium Poster Session Program Organizers: Morsi Mahmoud, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) & City for Scientific Research and Technological Applications (SRTA City); Dinesh Agrawal, Pennsylvania State University; Guido Link, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Motoyasu Sato, Chubu University; Rishi Raj, University of Colorado at Boulder Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-54: Microstructure and Texture of Electromagnetic Formed OFHC Copper and Glidcop Al-5: Kurt Diehl ; Daudi Waryoba ; Penn State University, DuBois F-36: Mechanical Properties of Ti-Mn-Fe-Al beta Type Alloys: Masahiko Ikeda ; Masato Ueda ; Kansai University Phase Transformations in Ceramics: Science and Applications Poster Session Program Organizers: Waltraud Kriven, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign; Pankaj Sarin, Oklahoma State University; Ricardo Castro, University of California, Davis; Yu Zhong, Florida International University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall C-6: Effect of Silicon on Microstructure Development between Al O 3 / SiO /ZrO at 450 C: Yu-Hsiang Chen ; Kun-Lin Lin ; Chien-Cheng Lin ; Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Chiao Tung University; National Nano Device Laboratories, National Applied Research Laboratories C-7: Lamp Furnace for In-situ Diffraction and Total Scattering Studies in Controlled Atmospheres: Pankaj Sarin ; Daniel Lowry ; Sanjit Ghose ; Oklahoma State University; Brookhaven National Laboratory Rare Earth Metals, Compounds, and Alloys: Synthesis, Processing, Emerging Applications, Recent Advances, Future Challenges Poster Session Program Organizers: Yellapu Murty, MC Technologies LLC; Eric Klier, U.S.Army Research Laboratory; Jack Lifton, Jack Lifton LLC Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-55: Effect of Processing Method on Thermal Conductivity of Mg-Ce-Zn- Zr Alloy: Lingfei Hu ; Guangxin Wu ; Jieyu Zhang ; Shanghai University Recent Advances in Computer-aided Materials Design Poster Session Program Organizers: Huan Tran, University of Connecticut; Ghanshyam Pilania, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Alexey Kolmogorov, Binghamton University, State University of New York; Mina Yoon, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Son Hoang, University of Connecticut Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall F-37: Computational Investigation of High-coercivity Low-dysprosium Nd- Fe-B Magnets: Catherine Galligan ; Matthew Tianen ; Yongmei Jin ; Michigan Technological University F-3: Data Visualization Tools For Microstructure Discovery in the ASM Microstructure Library: Junrong Huang ; Brian DeCost ; Elizabeth Holm ; Carnegie Mellon University F-39: Formation Energy and Migration Behavior of Complex Point Defect in ß-GaO3: Yvette Anguiano ; Sung Cho ; Rohan Mishra ; Washington University in St. Louis POSTERS 57

158 F-40: HyperStructure: A Semi-automated Tool for Microstructure Informatics: Toby Francis ; Brian DeCost ; Elizabeth Holm ; Carnegie Mellon University F-4: Investigating the Thermal Conductivity of BAs Using Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics: Szu-Chia Chien ; Wolfgang Windl ; The Ohio State University Responsive Functional Nanomaterials Poster Session Program Organizers: Ziqi Sun, Queensland University of Technology; Jiahua Zhu, The University of Akron; Wenxian Li, Shanghai University; Dawei Wang, University of New South Wales; Wenping Sun, University of Wollongong; Liangzhi Kou, Queensland University of Technology; Wenzhuo Wu, Purdue University Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall I-7: Preparation and Characterization of LiFePO4/C Composite for Lithium-ion Battery Cathode: Yemin Hu ; Shanghai University Semiconductor Heterostructures: Theory, Growth, Characterization, and Device Applications Poster Session Program Organizer: John Ayers, University of Connecticut Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall D-: Application of the Electric Circuit Model (ECM) for Strained Epitaxy to Continuously-graded Layers with Exponential Profiles: Tedi Kujofsa ; John Ayers ; University of Connecticut D-: Characterization of Phase Relationships and Crystallinity in CuZnSnS4 and Related Materials: Elizabeth Pogue ; Angus Rockett ; University of Illinois; Colorado School of Mines D-3: Raman Study on Growth of CuZnSnS4 Thin Films from Nonhydrazine Solutions: Indu Gupta ; Bhaskar Mohanty ; Thapar University D-4: Thermal Cycle Annealing and Its Effect on the Threading Dislocation Density in GaAs/Si (00): Tedi Kujofsa ; John Ayers ; University of Connecticut D-5: X-ray Dynamical Diffraction Analysis of an Al(0.4)Ga(0.6)As/GaAs/ In(0.5)Ga(0.5)As Separate Confinement Heterostructure (SCH) Laser Grown on a GaAs (00) Substrate: Fahad Althowibi ; John Ayers ; University of Connecticut Shaping & Forming of Advanced High Strength Steels II Poster Session Program Organizers: Kester Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Tyson Brown, General Motors Corporation; Myoung-Gyu Lee, Korea University; Amy Clarke, Colorado School of Mines; Kip Findley, Colorado School of Mines; Mark Stoudt, National Institute of Standards and Technology Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall G-39: Constitutive Study and Modelling of High Temperature Flow Stress for YQ450NQR High Strength Micro-alloyed Steel Containing Vanadium: Kun Dou ; Qiaoyun Li ; State Key Laboratory of Advanced Metallurgy, University of Science and Technology Beijing Surface Properties of Biomaterials Poster Session Program Organizers: Jason Langhorn, DePuy Synthes Joint Reconstruction; Susmita Bose, Washington State University; Amit Bandyopadhyay, Washington State University; Mangal Roy, Indian Institute of Technology; Venu Varanasi, Texas A & M Health Science Center Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Amit Bandyopadhyay, Washington State University B-0: Mechanical Properties and In Vivo Biocompatibility Characterization of Laser Processed Ti6Al4V Calcium Phosphate Composites: Jose Avila ; Kevin Stenberg ; Susmita Bose ; Amit Bandyopadhyay ; Washington State University B-: Surface Modification of Ti Implants by Ag-doped HA Coating for Load-bearing Bone Tissue Engineering Scaffold: Naboneeta Sarkar ; Sam Robertson ; Amit Bandyopadhyay ; Susmita Bose ; Washington State University B-: Surface Properties of Antimicrobial Copper and Its Alloys: Monika Walkowicz ; Piotr Osuch ; Beata Smyrak ; Andrzej Mamala ; Tadeusz Knych ; Anna Rozanska ; Dorota Romaniszyn ; Agnieszka Chmielarczyk ; Malgorzata Bulanda ; AGH University of Science and Technology; Jagiellonian University Medical College B-3: Titanium-Tantalum Alloy Implants for Surface Modified Loadbearing Application: Indranath Mitra ; Kevin Stenberg ; Susmita Bose ; Amit Bandyopadhyay ; Washington State University B-4: Tricalcium Phosphate Scaffolds with Controlled Release of Vitamin D3 for Bone Tissue Engineering Applications: Ashley Vu ; Naboneeta Sarkar ; Susmita Bose ; Washington State University POSTERS 5

159 Surface Protection for Enhanced Materials Performance: Science, Technology, and Application Poster Session Program Organizers: Kang Lee, NASA Glenn Research Center; Yutaka Kagawa, University of Tokyo; Dongming Zhu, NASA Glenn Research Center; Rodney Trice, Purdue University; Daniel Mumm, University of California, Irvine; Mitch Dorfman, Oerlikon Metco (US); Christian Moreau, Concordia University; Emmanuel Boakye, UES Inc. Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall H-3: Ceramic Coated Metal Bioimplants by Flame Assisted Flash Sintering: Amir Tavakoli ; Kirk Norasak ; Andrew Hunt ; ngimat LLC H-4: Properties of Self-lubricating and Wear-resistant Coatings at Elevated Temperatures: Chuanbing Huang ; Hao Lan ; Shige Fang ; Tiantian Zhang ; Weigang Zhang ; Institute of Process Engineering,Chinese Academy of Sciences ; Institute of Process Engineering,Chinese Academy of Sciences Synthesis, Characterization, Properties and Applications of Functional Porous Materials Poster Session Program Organizers: Lan Li, Boise State University; Kevin Huang, University of South Carolina; Winnie Wong-Ng, National Institute of Standards and Technology Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Session Chair: Lan Li, Boise State University Room: Exhibition Hall J-56: Infiltration Studies in Porous Aluminum Formed via Space Holder Method: Cindy Waters ; Daryll Scott ; Amy Elliott ; NCA&T State University; Manufacturing Demonstration Facility - Oak Ridge National Laboratory J-57: Lower Dielectric Constant and Low Loss Insulating Films: Yuyang Su ; Industrial Technology Research Institute The 9th International Symposium on Green and Sustainable Technologies for Materials Manufacturing and Processing Poster Session Program Organizers: Surojit Gupta, University of North Dakota; Jun-ichi Tatami, Yokohama National University; Tatsuki Ohji, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST); Mrityunjay Singh, Ohio Aerospace Institute, NASA Glenn Research Center; Marsha Bischel, Armstrong World Industries, Inc., PA; Makio Naito, Osaka University, Japan; Hisayuki Suematsu, Nagaoka University of Technology, Japan; Yiquan Wu, Alfred University, NY Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-5: Development of Fiber-reinforced Ceramic Shell for Investment Casting: Rui Guo ; Hubei University of Automotive Technology J-59: Effect of Post Process Heat Treatment on Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of Friction-stir-processed Cu-Be Alloy: Yeongseok Lim ; Kwangjin Lee ; Chonbuk national university, Korea; Korea institute of industrial technology J-60: Extension of the Inorganic Gel Casting Process to the Manufacturing of Borosilicate Glass Foams: Acacio Rincon Romero ; Michele Secco ; Sergio Tamburini ; Enrico Bernardo ; University of Padova; National Research Council (CNR-IENI) J-6: Mechanism of Solvent-free Cannizzaro Reaction of Benzaldehydes in Presence of Calcium Hydroxide: Yuri Matsumoto ; Yoshiharu Mitoma ; Prefectural University of Hiroshima J-6: Novel Inorganic Gel Casting Process for the Manufacturing of Sodalime Glass Foams: Acacio Rincon Romero ; Enrico Bernardo ; University of Padova J-64: Study on Energy Utilization of High Phosphorus Oolitic Hematite by Different Ironmaking Technologies: Hui Sun ; Beijing Shenwu Environment & Energy Technology Co.,Ltd. Thermal Protection Materials and Systems Poster Session Program Organizers: Sylvia Johnson, NASA Ames Research Center; Jeff DeMange, University of Toledo; Thomas Reimer, German Aerospace Center; Wolfgang Fischer, Airbus Safran Launchers GmbH; Erica Corral, The University of Arizona Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall H-5: Plasmatron Tests of the ZURAM Carbon-phenolic Ablator: Thomas Reimer ; Christian Zuber ; Alessandro Turchi ; Bernd Helber ; Thierry Magin ; DLR; VKI Titanium Powder Metallurgy Poster Session Program Organizers: Gnanavinthan Thavanayagam, The University of Waikato; M. Ashraf Imam, George Washington University; Susan Abkowitz, Alcoa Titanium & Engineered Products, Powder Materials Operations; James Paramore, United States Army Research Laboratory Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall Session Chair: Matthew Dunstan, University of Utah J-65: Effect of the Alumina Content on the Interfacial Reactions between Titanium and Calcia/Zirconia/Alumina Composites: Ming-Wei Lu ; Kun Lin Lin ; Chien-Cheng Lin ; Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Chiao Tung University; National Nano Device Laboratories, National Applied Research Laboratories J-66: Interfacial Reactions between Titanium and Titanium Dioxide/ Calcium Oxide/Yttriia Composites: Kuan-Ting Lin ; Kun Lin Lin ; Chien- Cheng Lin ; Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Chiao Tung University; National Nano Device Laboratories, National Applied Research Laboratories POSTERS 59

160 Ultra High Performance Metals, Metal Alloys, Intermetallics, and Metal Matrix Composites for Aerospace, Defense, and Automotive Applications Poster Session Program Organizers: Ali Yousefiani, Boeing Research and Technology; Troy Topping, California State University, Sacramento; Robert Dillon, Jet Propulsion Laboratory Tuesday AM October 0, 07 Room: Exhibition Hall J-67: Effect of Reinforcing Particles on Local Mechanical Property and Nanoscratch Induced Deformation Behavior in an Ultrafine Grained Precipitation Hardened Al Composite: Blake Fullenwider ; Kaka Ma ; Colorado State University J-6: First-principles Calculations of Stacking Fault Energies in Quinary High-entropy Alloy Systems: Alexandra Scheer ; Joshua Strother ; Chelsey Hargather ; New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology POSTERS 60

161 A Aaldenberg, E Abass, M Abbasi, K Abbott, T Abdeljawad, F Abdel-Salam, M Abdolrahim, N Abdul-Jabbar, N Abernathy, H , 0, 36, 37 Abkowitz, S , 59 Aboud, M Abrahamson, J Abstetar, B Abu Al-Rub, R Abueidda, D Abu-Farha, F Abu-Odeh, A Abu-Zahra, N Acar, P Acheampong, S Achimovicová, M Achuthankutty, A Ackelid, U , 35, 56, 57, 7, 73, , 9,, 3, 46, 47 Ackerson, T Acoff, V Adachi, T Adair, J Adam, J Adam, K Adams, B , 6 Adapa, K Addamo, K Adeosun, S Adesina, O , 43 Afonso, C Aga, R Agarwal, A , 97, 6, 40, 43, 45, , 55 Agarwal, S Aggarwal, I Agha, A Agnew, S Agrawal, A , 6, 7, 9, 5 Agrawal, D , 6, 5, 07, 57 Ågren, J Aguirre-Medel, S Agulló-López, F Agunsoye, J A Hackett, G Ahlfors, M Ahmad, A Ahmad, I Ahmad, R , 54 Ahmad, T , 6, Ahmed, A Ahmed, N Ahmed, S Ahmed, T , 69 Aigbodion, V Aikin, Jr., R Aikin, N Aitkaliyeva, A Aizaki, M Akalonu, G Akamatsu, H Akanda, S Akanji, O Akasheh, F Akbar, S , 0 Akinc, M Akinlabi, E , 0 Akolkar, R Akpan, E Akram, J Aksoy, D Akyuz, B , 6, 7, 79, 96,, , 50 Alam, M , 45 Alam, T , 43 Alavi, S , 53 Albert, D Albu, M Alderman, O Aldikacti, G Aldrian, F Aldridge, C Alexander, D Alexandrov, B , 64, 77, 0, 99,, , 3, 5 Alexandrov, S Alharbi, H Al-Hashem, M Ali, A Ali, H Aliya, D , Allard, L Allcock, H Allen, J Allison, J , 43 Al-Maharbi, M AlMangour, B , 57, 7 Almer, J Al-Meshari, A Almesned, Y Alomari, A Alrawahi, Z Alreja, V Al Rifaie, M Al-Sahli, A Al-Shabibi, A Althowibi, F Alvarado-Orozco, J Amador, U Amaya, H Amendola, R Amerinatanzi, A , 5 Amezawa, K Aminforoughi, B Amoroso, J , 65,, 0, 3, 4, , 39, 54 Amram, D Amsler, M Anasori, B Anazi, M Anber, E Anderko, A Andersen, J Andersen, O , 06,, 4, 56 Anderson, A Anderson, C Anderson, E , 0 Anderson, I , 7 Anderson, J Anderson, K , 9, 36 Anderson, M Anderson, N , 9 Anderson, P , 4, 56 Anderson, R , 3 Ando, T Andreaco, A Andreski, B Andrianov, A Ang, C , 4 Angelici Avincola, V , Ang, H Angle, J , 67 Anguiano, Y INDEX 6

162 INDEX 6 Aning, A , 49 Aniszewska, J An, K Ankner, J Ansari, F Ansari, H Anthony, D Antonysamy, A Anuku, N An, X Anza, I Anžel, I , 97 Aparicio, M Apblett, A , 0, 45 Apelian, D ,, 00,, 3, 53 Apetre, N Apostol, N Apte, P Arakawa, K Araki, M Arey, B Arif, R Arnold, A Arnold, B , 6, 7 Arnold, M Arora, A Arqueros, L Arroyave, R , 35, 4, 67, 7, 4, 6, , 6,, 4, 43 Arróyave, R Arthur, N Arzoumanidis, A Asadi, A Asadi, E , 53 Asadikiya, M , 6, 73, 4 A Salvador, P Asbani, B Asfahani, R Asgar, H , 04, 09 Asif, S Aslam, A Asle Zaeem, M , 39,, 3, 7, , 44 Asmussen, M , 0, 5, 55 Asphahani, A , 7 Asta, M Atamanuk, K Atria, J Attari, V , 6 Atuanya, C Atwater, M , 50 Auliff, J Aurora, P Auroy, P Avallone, J Averback, R Avila, J , 5 Awaad, M Awadallah, O Awadelkarim, O Aydelotte, B Aydin, E , 56 Aydogan, E , 45 Ayers, J Ayoko, G Ayoub, G , 70, 7 Ayub, S Azadfar, M , 55 B Babaie, E Babu, N Babu, S , 35, 56, 57, 7, 73, 90, 9, , 3, 6, 3, 46, 47 Bachhav, M Bachmann, F Backman, L Badylak, S Bae, G Baek, B Baek, C Baek, J Bagnall, C Bagriichuk, O Bahrami, A Bahr, D Baig, N ,, 5, 03 Bai, J Baikie, T Bailey, N Bair, J Bai, X , 54 Bai, Y Baker, C Baker, D , 9, 5 Baker, E Baker, R Balachandran, S Balachandran, U Balani, K Balatsky, A Baláž, M Baláž, P Bal, B , 09 Bale, C , Bale, H , 4 Balk, J Balk, T , 59, 74, 9 Balmain, J Balogun, Y Banadaki, A Banda, M Bandli, B , Bandyopadhyay, A , 7, 09, 5 Banerjee, D , 75, 06, 07 Banerjee, J Banerjee, R , 4, 06, 07, 43 Banerjee, S Bang, J Banobre, A , 7 Bansal, N , 9, 0,, 36, 37, , 5 Banu, M Barborak, D , 64, 0, 99,, , 5 Barbosa, N ,, 3, 46 Barcena, J Bari, V Barlat, F Barmak, K Barnard, H Barnes, J Barnett, B , 47 Barnhart, B Barnhart, J Baron, K Barraza, P Barr, C , 93 Barrett, C , 3, 0 Bartolo, L , 4, 6, 77, 95, 6 Bartolucci, S Bartout, J Bartsch, C Barui, S Basak, A Baskaya, U Baskes, M , 36 Basu, B , 05 Batmunkh, M Bauchy, M , 60, 63, 79

163 Baufeld, B Bawane, K Bayansan, D , 6,, 4 Bayer, T Bayya, S Bazaldua-Medellín, M Beach, J Beals, R Beams, R Beaux, M , 46 Becerril, J Bechetti, D Bechgaard, T Bechly, M Becker, C , 95 Becker, M , 4 Beckman, S , 60, 75, 93 Beese, A , 73, 90 Beetz, C Begley, M Behera, A Behler, K , 0, 37 Behrens, A Bei, H Belgasam, T Belianinov, A Belikov, S Bellon, P Belova, I , 49, 43 Benmore, C Benson, M Benz, J Berger, J Berger, M Berla, L Berman, T Bermejo, R , 9 Bermingham, M , 00,, 53 Bernardo, E , 5,,, 59 Bernier, J Bertrand, J Bertuccioli, C Besmann, T , 4, 3, 54 Besserer, H Betal, S Bethancourt, R , 67 Bettinger, C Beuth, J , 9, 3 Beyerlein, I Beyramali Kivy, M Bhaduri, S , Bhagavatam, A Bhalla, A , 5, 33, 49 Bhardwaj, S Bhaskaran, M Bhattacharjee, A , 56 Bhattacharjee, T Bhattacharya, A , 0 Bhattacharya, S Bhattarcharya, S Bhatti, A Bhaumik, A Bhavsar, J , 7 Bianculli, S Bian, J Bielawski, A Bieler, T , 6, 3, 4, 5 Bi, G Bigelow, W Biggs, K Bignell, J Bilal, F Billinge, S Bimber-Last, B Bindas, E Bingham, P Bin Zaman, S Birbilis, N , 6, 4 Bird, D Birnie, D Biro, E Birsan, G Bischel, M , 70,,, 3, , 59 Bishop, C , 44 Bishop, J , 77 Bishop, S Biswas, I Biswas, S , 04, 53 Bittner, B Björklund, S Björkman, B Bjurenstedt, A Black, A Blair, R , 40 Blair, V , 5, 93, 07 Blaiszik, B Blancas-Garcia, V Blanchet, T Blawert, C Blecher, J Blendell, J , 64, 0, 9, 9, 7, , 36, 5 Blinn, K , 3 Blocher, R Blood, D Boakye, E , 70, 7, 0, 44, 59 Bobbitt, J Bocklund, B Bock, R Bockstaller, M Boehlert, C , 9, 43, 57 Boesl, B , 97, 6, 40, 45, , 55 Bogala, M , 3, 54 Bogdanoff, T , 3 Bogno, A Boichot, R Boillat, E Boissonnet, G Bojar, Z Bokisa, G Boldt, H Bonacuse, P Bonhomme, C Bonifacio, C Bonini, J Bonneau, L Bonner, M Bonnet, G Bonvalet, M Boose, D , Boothe, R Booth, J Booth, M Bootman, M Borgenstam, A Borgonia, J Borjali, A Borkar, T , 7 Borman, T Boschetto, F Bose, S , 7, 09, 5 Boshkova, N Boshkov, N Bosko, D Bostanabad, R Botes, A Bottländer, D INDEX 63

164 INDEX 64 Bouilly, J Bouman, C , 36 Bourell, D Boyce, B Boyd, D Boyer, P , Boyette, B Boylan, F Boyle, T Bracker, G Brady, M , 9, 0 Braescu, L Braeuhaus, D Brahme, A Branagan, D , 5, 74, 9, 5, , 4 Brand, M , 3 Bratland, P , 47 Braun, J , 0 Braun, P Braun, R Bravo, L Brennan, M Brennan, P Brennan, R , 5, 07 Brennan, S Brenne, F Brenner, D Brewer, G Brewer, L , Briancin, J Bridges, D , 65 Briggs, S , 45,, 3 Brinkman, K Briot, N , 59 Britz, D Brochu, M , 56, 64, 7, 0, 99, , 3, 5 Broderick, T , 43 Brody, H Brongers, M Bronson, T Brooke, E Brothers, E Brothers, M Brown, A Brown, D , 6, 3 Brown, E Browning, N Browning, P Brown, J Brown, R Brown, T , 69, 6, 5 Brow, R , 63, 0, 9, 0 Bruckman, L Bruening, R Bruncko, M , 97 Brundidge, C , 55, 0, 46 Brushett, F Brydson, R Buchely, M , 39 Buchmayr, B Buck, E Buckner, J Buckner, R Budelovskii, D Budhathoki, S Budiansky, N Budinski, M , 96, Buehler, M Bufford, D Bui, T Bujnáková, Z Bukkapatnam, S Bulanda, M , 5 Bumgardner, C Bunn, J , 4 Buntain, R Buongiorno Nardelli, M Burciaga-Diaz, O Burda, C Burke, M , 46 Burkhardt, I Burkins, M Burnett, T Burns, M , 36, 47 Burton, B Busse, L Bustillos, J Buterbaugh, I Butler, B , 47 Butler, T Butt, M , 54 Buzolin, R , 54 Byun, T , 45 C Cabral, M Cacciotti, I Cady, C Cai, Q Cai, X Cakmak, E Caldwell, M Calhoun, C Caliskan, S , 5 Callahan, J , 6 Callahan, P , 39 Callaway, E Calvert, E Calvez, L Campbell, C , 49, 6, 6, 7, 77, , 6, 43 Campbell, M Campioni, I Cao, J , 99, 4 Cao, L , 45 Cao, P Cao, W Cao, Y Capo, J Caputo, M Caravaca, E Carden, W , 35 Carlo, F Carlson, K , 45 Carney, E Carpenter, J Carriere, P Carrier, J Carroll, J , 9 Carter, A Carter, J , 7, 0, 37 Carter, W Carty, W , 59, 75, 0 Carver, J Carver, K , 3 Casalena, L Case, R Casler, A Castaneda, H , 55 Castaneda-Lopez, H , 03 Castro, R , 9, 44, 57 Catalini, D Cathelinaud, M Cavalli, M Cebon, D Cepeda-Sanchez, N Cepeda-Sánchez, N , 55 Cernaianu Stoianovici, A

165 Cerreta, E , 06 Ceschini, L Chaiko, D Chai, Y Chakrabarty, R , 36 Chakraborty, A Chakraborty, P Chakraborty, S Chalavadi, P Challa, V Chalmers, I Champagne, V , 4, 30 Chandran, K , 90, 0, 36, 44 Chandrasekaran, A , 30, 44 Chandrasekar, S , 54, 57 Chandrasekar, V Chandrashekhara, K Chang, B Changizian, P Chang, K Chang, L Chang, Y Chan, H , 07, 9, 36, 44 Chao, P Chapon, P Chaput, K , 90 Charalambous, H , 5 Charit, I , 3, 3, 3 Charnay, C Chartrand, P , 06 Cha, S Chatain, D , 64, 0, 9, 0, , 5 Chatzistavrou, X Chaudhary, A Chauke, L Chausseau, M Chawla, N , 3 Che, H Chellman, M Chen, A Chen, B , 57 Chen, C , 47, 66, 75, 3, 96, 3, , 56 Chen, D , 99, 4 Chen, F , 3, 07, 54 Chen, G , 63, 79, 5, 5 Cheng, B Cheng, H , 9, 35 Cheng, J , 03 Cheng, L Cheng, S , 5, 39 Cheng, X , 49 Cheng, Y Cheng, Z , 34, 43, 5 Chen, H , 9, 9, 35 Chen, K Chen, L , 93, 03, 4, 7, 6, , 4, 55 Chen, M , 37, 5 Chen, N Chen, Q , 03, 6, 9, 46 Chen, R , 04 Chen, S , 67, 76, 06, 43 Chen, W , 77, 04 Chen, X , 5, 76, 9, 93, 94, 09, , 3, 37, 5 Chen, Y , 65, 0, 49, 57 Chen, Z , 6, 43 Chern, A Chernenko, V Chernikov, E Chertopalov, S Chesser, I Cheung, K Chevallier, P Chiang, R Chiba, A , 7, 7 Chien, S Chi, H Chindam, C Chitrakar, T , 4 Chiu, W Chmielarczyk, A , 5 Chmielus, M , 36, 5,, 47, 56 Choa, F , 7 Chockalingam, R Cho, D Choe, C Choi, D Choi, J Choi, K Choi, S , 9,,, 37, 5 Choi, Y Cho, J , 90, 6, 7, 36 Cho, K , 4,, 7 Chong, Y Chon, S Choo, H Choquette, S Chorney, J Cho, S Choudhary, A , 6, 7, 5 Choudhary, K Choudhuri, D Choudhury, S Chou, K Chou, S Chown, L Chow, T Christensen, M Christensen, R Chuard, S Chueh, W Chumlyakov, Y Chung, H , 5 Chung, K Chung, T Church, B Chu, Y Chu, Z Ciftyurek, E Cigno, P Cinibulk, M Ciston, J , 74 Cizek, J Clare, A Clark, A Clark, B Clark, D Clarke, A , 55, 69, 7, 7, 6,, , 43, 46, 5 Clarke, K , 36, 5, 55, 5, 69, , 6, 9, 5, 33, 46, , 5 Clark, R Clark, S Clarkson, C Clausen, B , 3 Clauser, A Clauser, C Clemente, M , 3 Cliff, J Clinton, J Clough, E Cloutier, M Cocchio, J Cockayne, E Coguill, R , INDEX 65

166 INDEX 66 Coke, E Colacino, E Cola, G Colbry, D Cole, J Coleman, D Coleman, G Colin, C Collins, J , 7 Collins, P , 6 Colombo, P Colorado, H , 49, 50 Comparretto, M Compson, C , 59, 75 Compton, B Cong, H , 7 Cong, S Connelly, M , Conner, B , 90, 3 Conroy, M , 63, 7, 46 Constantinides, S Contala, A Cook, G Cook, L Cook, R Cooper, C , 7 Cooper, K Cooper, R Corderley, G Cordero, Z , 49, 06 Cordier, R Cordill, M , 7 Cordova, S Cormier, L Corns, R Corona, J Corral, E , 59 Correa Hernandez, A Cote, D , 4, 30 Coughlin, D , 6,, 46 Coulston, D Coura Giacomin, R Coury, F Coutts, P Cozzi, A Craven, B Creange, N Cresko, J Crespillo Almenara, M Crespillo, M , 94, 3 Creuziger, A , 69 Crimp, M , 5, 54 Croom, B , 37 Croteau, J , 4 Crumb, M Crum, J Csontos, A , 65,, 0, 3, 4, , 39, 54 Cubides Gonzalez, Y Cubides, Y , 0 Cuevas, F , 40 Cui, B , 3 Cui, C Cuisano, J Culp, J , 3 Cummings, D Cunningham, R , 57, 7, 9, 0, , 4 Cupid, D Curle, U Curry, N Curtarolo, S Curtis, B , 63 Czerwinski, F , 00,, 53 D Dadbakhsh, S Daehn, G , 00 Dahar, M Dahle, A Dahl, K , Dahmen, K Dai, C Daigle, S Dai, H Dai, W , 0, 4 Dalley, A , 6 Damadam, M Damico, A Dam-Johansen, K Damø, A Daneu, N Daniewicz, S ,, 3, 46 Daniil, M , 34 Danvind, J Danzer, R Dargusch, M , 55 Darling, K , 7, 4, 3 Darsell, J Darvish, S , 66, 73, 4, 43, 45 Das, G Dasgupta, A Dasgupta, N da Silva, T , 5 da Silveira, T Das, S , 66 Davé, V , 67, 4, 05, 7, 56 Davey, T David, L Davis, C Davis, K , 90 Davis, P Davis, S Davut, K Dawes, C Daymond, M De, A , 5, 74, 9, 5, 33, 4 Deacon, R , 96,, 50 de Almeida, L Deane, D Debelle, A DeBruin, M , 4 DeCarlo, K Deck, C De Cooman, B , 5, 7 DeCost, B , 55, 57, 5 Decterov, S Deen, K Deganello, F , 7 Degener, S DeGeorge, A Degnah, A , 44 De Graef, M , 74, 93, 4, 39 DeGraef, M , Dehm, G Dehoff, R , 56, 73, 9,, 6 Deibler, L Dein, E De Las Casas Aranda, R Delaunois, F Deleandro, D DeLeon, N De Leon Nope, G Delogu, F Delplanque, J DeMange, J , 59 Demkowicz, M Deml, A De Moor, E , 37, 5, 74, 6, 9, , 9, 33, 4

167 Dempsey, R de Neufville, J Deng, G Deng, K , 6 Deng, L , 4 Deng, Y Denney, P , 57 Dennies, D , 6, 79, 96, 97,, , 50 d Entremont, A de Pablo, J DePond, P De Portu, G De Rango, D Desai, T Desbordes, M Deschamps, J Deshpande, A de Sousa Oliveira, L de Souza, R De Souza, R , 64, 99 Detrois, M Devallance, D Devanathan, R , 7 Devaraj, A Dever, C DeVito, M Devkota, J Dexter, M Deymier, P Dey, R Diak, B Diao, C Diao, H Diaz, A Diaz Fernandez, D Díaz-Guillén, J , 55 Dibiase, R Dickens, T Dickey, E , 0 Didenko, T Diehl, K Diemer, R Diesselberg, M Digavalli, R Dikin, D Diky, V Dillon, P Dillon, R , 7, 9, 60 Dillon, S Dima, A , 5 Dinda, G , 3 Ding, C , 33 Ding, J Dingreville, R , 60 Ding, S Ding, W , 00,, 53 Ding, Z Diniz, M Dinwiddie, R , 06, 3 Dirmyer, M Divan, R Dlouhy, I , 55 Doak, J Dodamani, S Doddapaneni, V Dogan, O Dogan, Ö Doherty, K , 3 Dohrn, M Doll, G , 4, 73, 7, Domack, M Dombrowski, D Dominguez-Rodriguez, A Domnich, V , 7 Donahue, C Donaldson, O Dong, B , 6, 34 Dong, F Dong, J Dong, S Dong, X Dong, Y , 4, 5, 7,, 45 Dongyang, M Donovan, B Donthu, S Dooley, S Dorfman, M , 70, 7, 0, 59 Dorri, A Dorri, M Dorri Moghadam, A , 9, 4, , 47 Dorris, S dos Reis, R Dotsenko, A Doude, H Dou, K Dowden, P Downey, J Doynov, N , 3 Dozie-Nwachukwu, S Draper, S Drazin, J , 97, 6 Dregia, S Dreizin, E Driscoll, D Driscoll, J , 66, 3, 56 D Rollett, A Drury, D Dryepondt, S ,, 0, 3 Duan, C Duan, H , 99, 33, 4 Duan, Y , 44 Duchek, M Dudeck, K Dudziak, T Duff, M Du, H , 9 Du, J , 43, 59, 0, 4, 36, 5 Du, K Duley, W , 53 Dunand, D , 6, 06,, 30, , 4 Duncan, A Dunin-Borkowski, R Dunlap, B Dunn, A Dunn, B Dunn, H Dunstan, M , 90, 59 Duong, T Dupont, P , 6, 7, 79, 96,, , 50 Durcholz, N Durejko, T , 46 Durón-Sifuentes, C Durucu, E Du, S Dutková, E Dutta, I , 65,, 0, 4, 39, 54 Dutta, M Duty, C Duval, W Du, X , 99 Du, Y Du, Z Duz, V , 07 Dyar, C Dyer, A Dyer, M INDEX 67

168 INDEX 6 Dykeman, D Džugan, J E Earlam, M Easley, T Easton, M Eberhart, M Echavarria-Hidalgo, F , 3 Echlin, M Eckel, Z Eckert, H Edirisinghe, M.. 47, 67, 4, 05, 7, 56 Edmonds, D Edmondson, P , 0, 3 Edwards, D Edwards, R Edwards, T Efaw, C , 5 Eff, M Eftink, B , 45 Eggert, R Eimura, T Einarsrud, M Eisenlohr, P , 5 Ekiert, T Ekins-Daukes, N Ektov, A Elahinia, M , 5, 47 El-Atwani, O El-Awady, J , 95, El-Hadad, S Elhadj, S El Kadiri, H , 0 Elliott, A , 06, 46, 59 Ellis, D El Marssi, M Elmer, J Elmi Hosseini, S Elsayed, H , Elwany, A , 35, 7, 6, 4 Elward, J Embrey, L , 55 Emdadi, A Emery, J Emmelmann, C Enbothula, S Engblom, M England, R Enloe, C , 5, 74, 9, 5, 33, 4 Enriquez, E Enriquez Gutierrez, R Enriquez, J Enz, J Enz, P Eo, D Epperson, J , 35 Epting, W Erb, D Erfanian-Naziftoosi, H Ergun, C , 56 Eriksson, G Ernst, F , 6, 39 Esham, K Eslamimanesh, A Espinosa-Arbelaez, D Esquivel, E Esquivel, J Esser, B , 54 Estournes, C Etesami, S Evans, J Evans, T , 4 Evdokimov, A F Fadayomi, O Fahrenholtz, W , 67, 6, 0 Faierson, E Falodun, O , Faltens, T Fan, C Fang, S Fang, Y , 54 Fang, Z , 90 Fan, H , 47 Fan, L , 5 Fan, T Fan, X , 4, 5 Fan, Y Fan, Z ,, 00,, 3, 53 Farhadi, F Farjami, S , 4 Farkas, N Farooq, A Farotade, G , 9 Farrow, A , 55, 46 Fassl, L Fathi Sola, J Fatoba, O , 4 Fattebert, J Faucett, C Faucett, D , Fawcett, R Feathers, M Feaugas, X Fedkin, M Fedors, J Feigelson, B , 97 Fekety, C Fekirini, H Feng, B Feng, J Feng, L Feng, M Feng, R Feng, W Feng, Z , 65, 0, 6 Fenn, D Fenno, C Fensin, S , 0, 36 Ference, J Fergus, J , 6 Ferguson, C Ferguson, G Fernandez, A Feroze, M Ferri, K Ferro, G Feyissa, F Fezzaa, K F. Fuentes, A Field, D , 7, 53, 56 Field, K , 3 Field, R Findley, K , 37, 5, 5, 65, 69, , 3, 5 Fingland, B Fink, C Finnis, M Fiore, S , 9 Firdosy, S Firrao, D Fischer, W , 59 Fischione, P , 4 Fisher, B Fisher, C , 44 Fisk, Z Fitzpatrick-Schmidt, K Fitzsimmons, M

169 Flatau, A , Fleischman, Z Fleming, D Fleurial, J Flores-García, J Fodran, E Foley, D , 53 Folsom, M Foltz, A Foltz, J Fonda, R , 90 Fontoura, L Foroughi, P , 4, 34, 43 Forquer, M Forrest, D , 04 Forsyth, R Fortini, O , 5 Foster, I , 95 Foster, S , 3 Fowley, M Fox, J , 4 Fox, K , 4, 65,, 0, 3, , 3, 39, 54 Fox, M , 7 Foy, P , 57 Frafjord, J Francesco, D Francis, T Francis, Z Franco, B , 35, 7, 6, 4 Frankel, J Frankiewicz, C Frank, M , 57 Frantz, J Fraser, H , 90, 06, 07, 43 Fratto, E Fraustro-Castañeda, G Frazer, D Frederick, C Fredriksson, C Freibert, F , 46 French, C French, M , 49 French, R Frenkel, A Frerichs, A , 5 Freudenberger, P Fries, S Frith, S Frketic, J Frolov, T Frueh, T Fry, A Fryer, R Fry, M Fuchs, G Fu, E Fuentes, A.... 3, 03, 5, 40, 5, 55 Fu, G Fu, J Fujieda, T Fujimaki, Y Fukushima, M Fullenwider, B , 60 Funahashi, M Furar, B Furmanchuk, A Furuhara, T Fu, Z G G, A Gabb, T Gabe, G Gabriel, B Gabriel, T Gadikota, G Gaiaschi, S Gallardy, D Gall, D Gallegos, G Gallerneault, M Galligan, C Galvan, E Gamzina, D Gan, C Ganesan, S Gangireddy, S Ganguly, S Gangwara, K Ganin, S Ganti, S , 9, 50 Ganvir, A Gao, C Gao, F Gao, H , 7 Gao, J Gao, L Gao, M , 6, 64 Gao, P Gao, Y , 96, 37, 4 Garakani, B Garay, J , 94 Garboczi, E Garcia-Avila, M Garcia, C , 4, 39 Garcia, E , 44 García, E Garcia, I Garcia, R Gardecka, A Gardner, L Garfrais, L , 0, 5, 55 Garich, H Garlea, E Garofalini, S Garrett, K Garrison, W , 9, 5 Gaskins, J Gassmann, W Gaume, R , 94 Gautam, P Gautham, R Gautier, R Gavras, S Gazit, N Gbenebor, O Gbur, J Geltmacher, A Gemming, T Gentry, S , 43 Gent, W Genzel, C George, J George, T Gerberich, W Gerbig, Y Gerczak, T Gerdes, T Gerhardt, R , 35, 36, 45 Gerlich, A Gerlt, A Gerth, R Gervasio, M Gervasio, V Ge, Y Ghanbari, S Gharghouri, M Ghassemali, E INDEX

170 INDEX 70 Ghauri, F Ghazisaeidi, M , 4 Gheribi, A , 06 Gholinia, A Ghose, S Ghoshal, A Ghosh, D Ghosh, S Gibala, R , 6 Gieseke, M Gigliotti, C Gilchrist, J Gild, J Gil, J Gill, A Gillard, A Ginzburg, V Giri, A , 6, 6, 66, 0, 7, 9 Girina, O Girin, O Glagolenko, I Glatzel, U , 9 Glazoff, M Gleeson, B , 4, 3 Glensk, A Glukhov, P Gnaeupel-Herold, T Gobin, D Gochez, R Gockel, B Gockel, J ,, 3, 46 Goddin, J Godino-Martinez, M Goebel, N Goedecker, S Goel, A Goel, K Goel, S Goethe, J Goeuriot, D Gogotsi, Y Goins, P , 4, 45 Golden, R Goldston, J Golubev, I , 53 Gomez, E Gomez-Garcia, D Gong, C , Gong, J Gong, W Gonzales, M Gonzalez, L Gonzalez Szwacki, N , 75 Goodman, D Goodwin, F , 0, 4, 49 Gopalan, R Gopalan, V Gopkalo, O Gordillo, M Gorris, M Gorsse, S Gorywoda, M Gorzkowski, E , 76, 94, 97, 5, , 3, 34, 50 Goswami, R Goto, A Gotor, F Goto, T , 97, 0, 36, 5 Gould, J , 3 Govender, G , 00,, 53 Govindan, S , 4 Grabowski, B , 6, 9 Graca, P Graef, M Graeve, O Graham, J , 3 Grande, T , 3 Grant, G Graugnard, E Gray, G Gray, M Greaney, A , 0, 4 Greeley, D Gregoire, B Gregory, O Grego, T Grell, W Grensing, F Gribble, N Griebel, A Griffin, B Griffin, J Griffiths, S Grimes, R Grin, J Grogg, W Gross, T Gruber, J Grzesiak, D , 7 Guangsheng, W Guan, Q Gueninchault, N , 4 Guermeur, C Guevara, L , 50 Gu, G Guidoin, R Gui, L , 99, 4 Guillen, D Gui, Q Gumeniuk, R Gunzburger, M Guo, F Guo, J Guo, L Guo, Q Guo, R , 5, 33, 49, 59 Guo, S Guo, W , 65 Guo, X , 4 Guo, Y Gupta, A Gupta, I Gupta, M , 54, 3 Gupta, N , 55, 7, 3, 5, 40, , 55 Gupta, R , 54, 03 Gupta, S , 70,,, 5, 3, , 59 Gupta, V Gurlo, A Gurung, K Gusak, A Guss, G Gutiérrez, C Gutruf, P Gu, X Gu, Y , 90, 95, Guyer, E Gu, Z , 64, 0, 99,, 3, 5 Gxowa, Z H Haase, R Haberl, B Haber, R Hachett, G Hackenberg, R , 46 Hackett, G , 37 Hack, K , Hadian, R

171 Hadian, S Haghshenas, M , 3 Hahn, S Haidarschin, G Haider, K Haider, W.... 4, 04, 05, 09, 4, 57 Haiyan, L Halbig, M , 64 Hales, S Haley, J Haley, R Halkyard, J Hall, T , 90, 9, 0 Ha, M Hamid, M Hamilton, R , 5, 47 Hamlyn, M Hammer, N Hammond, O Hammond, V Hampp, E Handweker, C Handwerker, C , 96, 7, 34, 50 Han, H , 4, 50 Hanisch, R Han, J , 34, 4, 50 Hanke, L , 79 Hankenson, K Hanrahan, R Han, S Hanson, E Hanson, W Hantelmann, C Hanusova, P Han, X Hao, H Hao, X Hao, Y , 9 Harder, B Hardin, T , 6 Hardwick, N Hargather, C , 60 Harimkar, S , 7, 0, 53 Harmer, A Harmer, M , 60, 70, 9, 94, 07, , 0, 4, 37, 5 Harper, H Harp, J Harrell, Z Harrington, T Harrison, R Harris, T Harryson, O Harrysson, O , 35, 56, 57, 7, 73, , 9,, 3, 46, 47 Hart, B Harter, J Hartfield-Wunsch, S Hartmann, J Hartwig, K Hashiguchi, D Hashimoto, S Hashizume, S Hassan, A Hassanain, W Hassanein, A , 54 Hassani-Gangaraj, M , 9, 9 Hassan, M ,, 39 Hassan, S Hatcher, N Hatch, G Hatoya, K Hattar, K , 45, 59, 60, 74, 9, 93, 3 Hattori, A Hattori, R Havics, A , 6, 7, 79, 96,, , 50 Hawkins, C Hawk, J , 65, 95, 7 Hayashi, A Hayes, B , 90 Hayes, P Haynes, A Hay, R , 6, 9, 44 Hayrynen, K Healy, J , 34 Heard, D Hearn, W Hebesberger, T Heckman, E Hector Jr, L Hefferan, C , 9, Hegedüs, M Hehr, A , 7, Heidenreich, B Heikkinen, H Heilemann, M Heili, M Hein, S He, L , 46, 97, 0, 9, 5 Helber, B Helvajian, H Hemker, K Hemphill, G Henein, H Hengsbach, F , 7, 47 Hensel, E Hensen, T Hensley, D Heo, J , 0 Heo, T He, P , 64, 65, 0, 99,, 3, 5 Herbst, S Herman, C Hermansson, L Hermiz, G Hernandez, B Hernandez, E Hernández-García, H Hernandez, K Hernandez-Mujica, A Hernandez-Rivera, E Hernandez-Riviera, E Hernandez, S , 46 Herndon, M Hesebeck, M Hespos, M , 3 Heuer, A , 97 He, W , 4 He, X He, Y , 9, 30, 4 Hickel, T Hidaka, Y Higgins, B Hildeman, G Hilla, C Hilmas, A Hilmas, G Hineman, M Hinojos, A Hintsala, E , 74, Hippensteel, E Hiraga, K Hirai, N , 5, 5 Hirao, K Hirose, A , 64, 65, 0,, 96, 99, , 3, 5 Hirose, T Hitchcock, D Hlova, I INDEX 7

172 INDEX 7 Hlushko, H Hlushko, R Hoagland, R Hoang, S , 0, 30, 44, 57 Ho, B Hodaj, F , 96, 7, 34, 50 Hoelzer, D , 45, 46 Hofer, F Hoffman, E , 0 Hoffmann, M , 9, 9,, 0 Hofmann, D , 7 Hofmeister, C , 3 Hogan, J Hoggan, R Hogue, F Holesinger, T Holland, S Holland, T Hollingshad, A , 90 Holm, E , 6, 5, 55, 57, 5 Holmes, L Holtey, C Holwell, A , 79 Holzner, C Holzweissig, M Homa, J , 67, 3 Hong, J Hongjianguo, H Hong, L Hong, M Hong, S Hong, Z Hood, A , 6 Hopkinson, D Hopkins, P , 65, 66, 0, 54 Hori, H , 99 Hornbuckle, B , 4, 34, 3 Hornbuckle, C , 3 Horn, Q Horn, T , 7, 73,, 3 Hort, N , 54 Horvath, C Hoseinpur, A Hosemann, P , 3 Hossain, S , 4 Hosseini, A Houdkova, S Hou, G Hou, J Hou, S Hou, X Hou, Y , 49 Hovanski, Y , 53 Howard, C Howarter, J , 7, 50 How, D Howell, R Hoyer, K , 47 Hoyer, P Hoyt, M Hrabe, N ,, 3, 46 Hrizo, C Hrma, P Hsu, C Hsu, J Hsu, K Hsu, T , 37 Hsu, Y Hu, A , 64, 65, 0, 99,, 3, 5 Huang, B Huang, C , 47, 59 Huang, D Huang, H Huang, I Huang, J , 67, 4, 05, 7, 56, 57 Huang, K , 3, 45, 59 Huang, L , 43, 55, 60, 63, 45 Huang, Q Huang, R Huang, Y Huang, Z , 36 Huebsch, W Huey, B , 9, 4 Hui, S Hu, J , 4, 93, 7, 37 Hujova, M Hu, L , 37, 47, 57 Humberson, J Humphreys, C Humphries, M Hunault, P Hundley, J , 37 Hunsicker, R Hunt, A , 59 Hunter, L Huntley, C Huot, J , 03, 5, 40, 55 Hupa, M Hurley, M , 4, 5 Hur, T Huson, J Hussain, D Hussain, F , 3 Hussain, T Hu, T Hutchinson, B Hüter, C Hu, W Hu, Y.. 69, 79, 6, 34, 43, 5, 53, 5 Hu, Z Hwang, G Hwang, J , 5 Hyuga, H , I Iadicola, M Iams, A Ibea, T Ibeh, A Ibrahim, H Ice, R Idowu, A Ige, O , Iguchi, F Ihlefeld, J , 54, 66 Ikeda, A Ikeda, M , 57 Ikegai, H Ikemasu, R Ikeshoji, T Ikesue, A , 93, 6, 49 Illerup, J Ilogebde, B Imam, A Imam, M ,, 59 Imhoff, S , 46 Imrich, K Imtiaz, Y Inal, K , 04 Inam, A , 39, 54 Ingersoll, J Ingo, G in het Panhuis, M , 67, 4, 05, , 56 Injeti, Y , 5 Inman, M Inoue, N Iquebal, A Irfan, M Iriyama, T

173 Isasti, N Isayev, O Isheim, D Ishii, A Ishii, T Ishina, T , 34 Ishtiaq, M Islam, A Islam, M , 63, 76, 05,, 34 Ispas, S Issahaq, M Isupov, F Itoh, T Ito, T Ivanisenko, J Ivanov, E Ivanov, S Ivekovic, A , Iwata, M Iyyer, N Izatt, N Izatt, R Izatt, S J Jablonski, P Jaccani, S Jackson, M Jackson, R Jacobsen, M Jacobson, D Jacobs, R Jacobs, T Jadernas, D Jadhav, S Jahadakbar, A Jahnke, J Jahn, S , Jain, V Jak, E Jalalpure, S Jamalian, M Jang, B , 70 Janish, M Jankowski, J Jannotti, P Janowski, G Janssen, J Jansto, S Jantunen, H Jantzen, C , 39 Jarosinski, W , 6 Jasiuk, I Jaster, M Javaid, A , 53 Javaid, H Jayan, B , 07, 0 Jayaraman, T Jayaseelan, D , 4 Jazi, M Jeffries, J , 55, 46 Jelis, E , 3 Jelonnek, J Jenkins, E Jeong, Y Jeppsson, J Jerred, N Jesse, S Jeter, J Jeyaranjan, A Jha, P , 5 Jha, S , 5, 9 Jia, D Jiang, B Jiang, C Jiang, H , 4, 95 Jiang, J Jiang, L Jiang, M , 9, 3, 33, 45, 4 Jiang, Q Jiang, S Jiang, T Jiang, W , 7 Jiang, X Jiang, Y Jiang, Z , 6 Jian, J Jianlong, G Jiao, K Jia, Q , 66, 3, 56 Ji, H Ji, M Jindal, V , 44 Jin, H , 6, 95, 54 Jin-Hwan, K Jin, K , 4 Jin, L Jin, S Jin, T , 4, 39, 54 Jin, Y , 7, 57 Ji, S Ji, T , 6 Jitianu, A , 63, 0, 34, 5 Jitianu, M , 63, 0, 34, 5 Jiu, J Ji, Y , 6, 9, 4, 55 John, R Johnson, B Johnson, C Johnson, D Johnson, L , 7, 6, 4 Johnson, O , 5 Johnson, S , 0, 59 Jo, J Jones, D Jones, M Jones, N , 73 Jones, W Joosten, M Joo, Y Jordan, C Jordan, S , 4 Jordon, B Jordon, J Joseph, T Joshi, R Joshi, S , 73, 7 Joshi, V , 07 Joy, A Jozwik, P Józwik, P Juan, H Juan, P , 60 Juarez, C Judge, E Jue, J Ju, H Juhas, M Juhasz, M Juillet, C Julian, M Jumaev, E Jung, J , 04 Jung, W , 94 Jung, Y , 6, 4, 55 Jura, K Jur, T , 7, 96 Juthapakdeeprasert, J Juusola, R Ju, W INDEX

174 INDEX K Kacher, J , 59, 60, 74, 9 Kachur, S Kadambi, S Kadhim, A Kafizas, A Kagami, N Kagawa, Y , 70, 7, 0, 59 Kähkönen, J Kahn, H Kai, D Kailu, T Kainer, K , 00,, 53, 54 Kalaitzidou, K Kale, G Kalentics, N Kalfayan, G Kalidindi, A Kalidindi, S , 7 Kalinin, S , 0 Kalish, I Kaliyaperumal Veerapandiyan, V Kamaha, V Kamal, D Kamat, H Kamboj, A Kamburova, K Kameshwara, A Kamiya, H , 94, 6, 34, 50 Kamran, M , 6,, 3 Kanematsu, H , 4, 5, 5 Kanesaki, S Kaneshita, T Kang, D Kang, H , 53 Kang, J , 93 Kang, M Kang, S , 9 Kang, Y , Kanka, J Kannan, M Kannan, R Kannan, S Kantzos, C , 90, 04, 4 Kanuchová, M Kaplan, W... 44, 64, 0, 9, 0, 36, 5 Kapoor, D , Kapoor, M , Kappagantula, K Karabin, L Karaca, H , 5,, 47 Karakurt, I Karaman, I , 35, 5, 7, 6, 4 Karayagiz, K , 7, 6, 4 Karayan, A Karayan, I Karcz, A Karnati, P Karra, S Karras, J Kar, S Karuppoor, S , 56 Kasberger, R Kashaev, N Kashiba, Y Kashyap, D Kashyap, I Katayama, S , 05 Katoh, Y , 65,,, 0, 4, , 4, 3, 39, 54 Kato, T Katsari, C Katsui, H , 97 Katti, D , Katti, K , Kattner, U , 6, 06 Kaub, T Kaufman, M , 7, 0, 3, 43 Kaur-Bhatia, R Kawada, T , 64, 99,, 37 Kawahito, Y Kawakami, R Kawamura, C Kawashima, T Kawauchi, K Kazakov, A Kazerooni, D Keblinski, P , 94 Keckler, S , Kecskes, L , 3 Ke, D Kedir, N , Kee, R Keiser, D Keist, J Ke, J Ke, L , Keles, O Kellner, P Kellogg, F Kelly, A Kelly, L , 7 Kelly, M Kelly, S , 53 Kelton, K Kelton, R Kenel, C , 4 Kenesei, P , 0 Kennedy, S Kenneth, K Kennett, A Kent, K Keough, C Keough, J K Epting, W Keshtgar, A Kesler, M Kessel, B Keto, J , 4 Ke, W Key, J Khademi, V , 9, 43, 57 Khadhraoui, S Khairallah, S , 3 Khajehvand, M Khalefa, T Khalfallah, I , 49 Khalifa, M Khalifa, W Khan, A Khanal, R Khan, M , 05, 46 Khare, S Khawaji, I Khayat, Z , 90 Khodja, M Khupovka, V Kia, H Kieback, B , 06 Kieffer, J , 0 Kilicli, V Kim, B , 9, 43 Kim, C , Kim, D... 94, 0, 6, 4, 7, 5, 5 Kim, E Kimel, R Kimes, K , 5, 47 Kim, G Kim, H... 5, 65, 69, 70, 94, 04, 6, 4 74

175 Kim, J , 5, 69, 74, 9, 5, 44, , 5, 54 Kim, K , 76, 9, 93, 05, 3, , 53 Kim, M , 77,, 50, 5, 56 Kim, P Kim, S , 44, 46, 5, 63, 64, 93, , 0,, 37, 53 Kim, T Kimura, T , 5 Kimura, Y Kim, W , 6 Kim, Y , 7, 73, 9 King, A , 7 King, D Kinsey, D Kirbiš, P , 97 Kirchlechner, C Kiriakous, E Kiridena, V Kirihara, S Kirka, M , 57, 9,, 3, 6, 3 Kirk, M Kirk, T Kirsch, M Kiser, M , 5, 74, 9, 5, 33, 4 Kish, J , 49 Kisielowski, C , 65 Kistler, E Kistler, N Kitahara, A Kitayama, M Kitchens, C Klassen, R Klaus, M Klein, A Klein, L , 63, 0, 5 Klein, M Klier, E , 6, 5, 0, 30, 57 Klinger, L Klouzek, J Kmiec, S Knapp, C , 3 Knych, T , 5 Kobayashi, R Kobayashi, T Kob, W Koch, B Koch, D Koch, P Koch, R Kocic, L Koenigstein, M Koerner, H Koester, S , 3 Kohanek, J Koh, B Koivuluoto, H Koizumi, Y Kolbasnikov, N Kolbe, A Kolednik, O , 9 Kolesnikov, A Kolmogorov, A.... 5, 0, 30, 44, 57 Kolomytsin, I Komarov, S Komuda, A Kondo, D Kondoh, K , Kong, J Kononov, A Konopka, J , 35 Koppa, P Kopp, D ,, 0, 3 Koptyug, A Ko, R Kordass, R Korenyi-Both, A Korey, M , 50 Korinko, P , 90, 9, 96 Koritala, R Kornecki, M , 07 Korn, H Korolkov, I Koruza, J Koseki, T , 9 Koshy, P Kosmidou, M Košmrlj, A Kotanchek, T , 59 Kotnala, R Kottman, M , 57 Kotyk, G Kougo, T , 5, 5 Kou, H , 43 Koukkari, P Koukolikova, M , 54 Kou, L , 69, 6, 09, 30, 5 Kovács, A Kovalchuk, M Kovar, D , 4 Kovarik, L Koyanagi, T Kozicki, R Kozina, T , 7 Kracum, M Kraft, F Kral, M Kraly, A , 00,, 53 Krane, M Krause, A , 94, 0, 5 Kraynis, O Kreider, S Kreit, E Kreller, C Krents, T Kriikku, E Krishna, A Krishnamurthy, K Krishnan, N Kriven, W , 9, 44, 57 Kroll, P , 60, 34 K R, R Kruger, A , 0, 4, 39 Kruizenga, A Krumdieck, S Kruska, K Kruth, J , Kruzic, J Kryglyak, I , 4 Kube, R Kubota, J Kudara, H Kudzal, A , 3 Kuhlman, S Kuhr, S Kujofsa, T Kulkarni, A Kulkarni, N , 67 Kullmer, G Kulovits, A Kumar, A Kumar, B Kumar, M Kumar, N , 3 Kumar, S Kumosa, M Kumta, P Ku, N , 93, 07 Kundu, A , 3, 94 INDEX 75

176 INDEX 76 Kunstmann, J , 60, 75, 93 Kuo, P Kupkovits, R Kupp, E , 59, 9 Kurisaka, T Kurniawan, C Kuroda, D , 5 Kurosaka, S Kusner, B Kutchko, C Kutnjak, Z Kuwabara, K Kwak, N Kwon, J Kwon, M Kyogoku, H L Labukas, J Lach, T Lagoviyer, O Lahoda, E , 4, 37 Lai, K Lai, M Lakhtakia, A , 5 Lalwani, S , 67, 4, 05, 7, 56 Lamon, J ,, 37, 5 Lam, P Lam, T Lanagan, M Lane, B Lane, J Lange, A Langenderfer, M Langhorn, J , 7, 09, 5 Lang, M Lang, S Lan, H , 59 Lan, S , 34 Lao, J La Parola, V Lara-Curzio, E , 59 Lark, A Larsen, J Larson, N LaSalvia, J , 0, 7, 37 Lass, E , 49, 6, 7 Latroche, M Lau, E Laughlin, D Lauridsen, E , 4 Lausch, H Lauter, V Lavender, C Lavernia, E , 3 Lavery, L , 4 Lawal, G Lazarus, N Lazinska, M Leahy, K Lean, P Lebensohn, R , 04 Ledford, J Lee, B , 5, 65,, 9, 0, 3, , 3, 39, 54 Lee, C Lee, E , 53 Lee, H , 4, 5, 59, 6, 0, 50 Lee, J , 9, 99, 7, 4, 4, , 5, 5 Lee, K , 5, 70, 73, 7, 0, 50, 59 Lee, M , 69, 77, 6, 5, 5 Lee, S , 5, 69, 73, 77, 4, 36, 5 Lee, T Lee, W , 03, 4, 56 Lee, Y , 6, 65, 9,, 6 Lefler, H Lehmhus, D , 55, 7, 46 Leibman, C Leicht, P Lei, F Leinenbach, C , Leino, A Leithe-Jasper, A Lekakh, S Le May, I Lemberg, J , 35 Lenèéš, Z Lengopeng, T , 0 Lenthe, W Leonard, D Leon-Brito, N Lerch, B Lerch, M Lerdprom, W , 4 Lesar, R LeSar, R Leslie, C Le, T Leung, C Leung, K Levey, C Levi, C Levine, L Levitas, V Lewandowski, J... 4, 54, 9, 90, 53, 56 Lewis, L Lewis, N Lewis, S Leymann, K Lezec, H Lezzi, P Liang, H Liang, J , 69, 3 Liang, L Liang, Q Liang, Y , 5, 59 Liang, Z Liao, C Liao, T , 30 Liao, Y Liashenko, O Liaw, P , Li, B , 64,, 3, 47 Li, C , 66, 69, 96 Lichtenberg, J Li, D Liebscher, C Lienert, T Lietaert, K Liewald, M , 3 Li, F , 55 Lifton, J , 6, 5, 0, 30, 57 Li, G , 07, 49 Ligda, J ,, 0, 5 Li, H Lihn, C Li, J , 5, 59, 75, 95, 97, 5, , 4, 49 Li, K , 53 Li, L , 56, 95, 0,, 4, 9, , 3, 3, 45, 49, 59 Lillard, R Li, M , 59,, 93, 0, 7, 4 Lim, J Lim, K Lim, M , 5 Limmer, K Lim, P Lim, R , 90, 4

177 Lim, S Lim, Y , 59 Li, N , 53, 59, 74, 9 Lin, C , 57, 59 Lin, D , 95, 6 Lindberg, D , Lind, J , 04 Lind, R Lindwall, G , 67, 43 Lin, E Lingerfelt, E Lin, J Lin, K , 57, 59 Link, G , 6, 5, 07, 57 Lin, L Lin, P Lin, S Lin, X Lin, Y , 74, 9, 95, 00, 5 Liotta, L Li, P Lipin, V Lipke, D Li, Q , 43, 5 Li, S , 73, 7, 9, 9, 5 Lis, A List, F Litster, S , 37 Liu, B Liu, C , 46, 7, 07, 0, 3, , 45, 4 Liu, F Liu, H , 90, 4, 49 Liu, J , 35, 4, 50, 69, 7, 03, 6 Liu, L Liu, M Liu, P , 03 Liu, Q Liu, R Liu, S , 64, 34 Liu, T , 74, 97, 99, 4 Liu, W Liu, X , 0, 93, 3, 39, 45, 4 Liu, Y , 59, 6, 74, 76, 6, 9, 94, ,, 33, 4, 4, 5, 53 Liu, Z , 4, 6, 75, 77, 6, 95, 00, , 6, 9, 4, 43, 44, 4 Li, W , 69, 6, 09, 30, 49, 5 Liwen, M Li, X , 97, 4, 9, 37, 4, 5 Li, Y , 69, 70, 75, 0, 5, 6, , 35, 49 Liyu, A Li, Z , 97, 07, 3, 53 Lloyd, I Lloyd, J Loaiza Lopera, Y Locci, I Lockyer-Bratton, S , 96 Lodhi, M Loganathan, A , 40, 55 Logé, R Lonergan, J , 4, 54 Longacre, A Long, C Long, D Long, M , 99, 4 Lontine, D Lookman, T López, H Lopez, M Lordi, V , 4 Lord, M Losko, A Loto, C , 49, 54 Louthan, M Love, L Lowe, T Lowry, D , 57 Loy, D Loy-Kraft, G Lozano-Perez, S Lubomirsky, I Lu, C Lucas, P Lucente, A Luckenbaugh, T , 7 Lucon, E Luebke, D Luhmann, N Luitjohan, K Lu, K , 76, 94, 6, 3, 34, , 50 Lu, M , 59 Luo, A Luo, D Luo, J , 63, 07 Luo, Q Luo, S Luo, T Luo, W Luo, X Luo, Y Luo, Z , 5 Lu, P Lupulescu, A , 6, 77, 95, 6 Luria, J , 4 Luther, S Lu, W Lu, X Lü, X Lu, Y , 56, 66, 97, 9, 9, 3 Lv, P Lv, W , 33, 54 Lv, X , 33, 4 Lyon, C Lyons, C Ly, R , 53 Ly, S , 3 M Ma, B Ma, C MacDonald, E Macek Kržmanc, M MacFarlan, P Machaka, R , Machrowicz, T Mack, J MacLean, S MacManus-Driscoll, J Macwan, A Maczka, M Madakashira, P Maddala, D , 67 Maddali, S Madej, L , 6, 7, 4, 56 Madigan, B , Madison, J Madrid, M Maeda, S Maeda, T Ma, F Magin, T Magnier, A Ma, H , 94, 9 Mahajanam, S , 0, 5, 55 Mahalingam, S Mahata, A , 36 Mahato, D , 6, INDEX

178 INDEX Mahbooba, Z Mahbub, R , 37 Mahida, P Mahmoudi, M , 4 Mahmoud, M... 49, 6, 5, 07, 0, 57 Mahshid, S Maier, P Mai, L Maillet, E Maiorov, B Maiti, T Ma, J , 35, 5, 7, 95, 4, 6, 4 Maja, M Majila, A Majta, J Majumdar, B Majumder, T Ma, K , 54, 60 Makangara, J Makhatha, E Makhdoom, A Makhdoom, M Ma, L , 6, 34, 4, 55 Malak, R Malatesta, K , 7 Maldonis, J , 6 Malhotra, R Malic, B Mallard, A Mallouk, T Malloy, L Mallu, R Maloy, S , 45, 65, 97, 3 Mamala, A , 5 Mameka, N Mandal, K , 6, 7 Mandal, S , 7 Mandeville, K Mangal, A , 6 Manga, V Mangolini, L Mani, B Manion, C Maniruzzaman, M Manjooran, N , 4, 7, 3, 4 Mankoci, S Manna, I Mannava, S Mann, J Mannodi-Kanakkithodi, A Manogharan, G Manohar, M Mansoor, B , 70, 7, 00 Mansour, R Manthiram, A Mantione, J Mantovani, D Mantri, S , 06, 43 Manzoor, M , 6 Manzoor, S Mao, J Mao, L Mao, S Mao, Y , 00 Mara, N , 9 Marashi, M Marchese, J Maria, J , 65, 0, 54 Mariani, R Mari, E Marin, A Marin, E Markel, I Markocsan, N Marksz, E Marquis, E Marrocchelli, D Marsden, W ,, 5, 03 Marshall, K , 35 Marthi, S , 7 Marti, A Martin, A Martin, D Martinek, B Martin, H Martini, A Martin, J , 43 Martin, L Martin, M , 45, 64, 99,, 37 Martin, P Martin, S , 63, 79, 5 Martin, Z Martone, A , 6 Martukanitz, R , 57, 4 Marvel, C , 60, 79, 9, 07, 7, , 4, 37, 5 Marya, M , 56 Masaki, K , 99 Masete, S Masi, L , 3, 3 Masina, B Mason, D Mason, P , 7, 9 Massey, C , 0 Massey, M Mastorakos, I , 70 Mastro, A Masuda, H Ma, T Matei, D Matejkova, M Mates, S Mathaudhu, S Mathe, N Mathur, S , 76, 94, 6, 34, 50 Matikainen, V Matli, P Matlock, D , 9 Matsubara, A Matsuda, I Matsuda, T , 65,, 96 Matsui, T Matsumoto, H Matsumoto, Y Matsunaga, C Matteis, P Matthews, M , 9, 3 Matthewson, M , 43 Matthiesen, D Mattox, T Mattucci, M Matviychuk, M Matyas, J , 65,, 0, 3, 4, , 39, 54 Maurer, J Mauro, J Mauzy, R Maxwell, J Maxwell, R Ma, Y Mayeshiba, T , Mayo, M Mayo, U Mayville, A Ma, Z Maziarz, W Maziasz, P Mazumder, B McArthur, B McCabe, R , 55, 9, 46 7

179 McCallen, R McCallister, J Mcclane, D McClane, D McCleary, M McCloy, J , 0, 54 McComb, D , 9 McCormack, S , 44 McCoy, B McDaniel, S McDaniels, R McDermid, J , 0, 4, 49 McDonnell, M McDowell, D , 6, 77, 95, 6 McEnerney, B McEntire, B , 09 McFarland, B , McGarry, D , 35 McGaughy, T McGilvery, C McGuffin-Cawley, J , 4 McGuffin-Gawley, J McKee, H McKeown, J , Mckittrick, M McMillen, M , 5 McMurray, J Mcnamara, K McSwain, R McVicker, N McWilliams, A McWilliams, B , 57, 60, 7, 3 Meacham, B , 5 Mecartney, M , 3 Medeiro, C Medina-Smith, A Medlin, D , 9 Medvedovski, E , 93, 4 Megahed, M , 3 Mehdi, B Mehlmann, A Mehra, N , 49 Mehta, A , 57 Mehta, M Mei, Q Meisner, K Meissner, R Mei, Z Meka, V Meletis, E Melia, H Mellan, T Mellor, W Mellot, N , 4, 39, 54 Menasche, D Mendis, C Mendoza-Bravo, I Mendoza, I Mendoza, M , 6 Menezes, P , 9, 4, 47 Meng, F Meng, L Meng, W , 4 Meng, Y Menon, A Menzel, S Menze, R Mercedig, B Meredig, B , 6, 77, 95, 6 Meredith, S Merino, M Merkle, A Meschter, S Messing, G , 59, 9, Metz, P , 07 Meunier, C Meyer, C Meyerhoff, M Meyer III, H Meyer-Kobbe, C Meyer, M Meyers-Wells, A Mian, A Miao, J Miaolian, B Miao, M Michael, J Michaels, C Michailov, V , 3 Michi, R Michler, J Middleburgh, S Mielo, S Mier, R Mike, J Mikler, C Mikol, B Miles, M Militzer, M , 5 Miller, B , 4 Miller, C , 0, 46 Miller, M , 4 Miller, R Miller, V Milligan, M Mills, M , 4 Milow, B Minden, K Minor, A , 74 Miorelli, J Miracle, D Miranda, D Mirzaeifar, R , 5, 47 Mirza, F Mishchenko, V Mishin, Y , 9 Mishra, A , 3, 0, 5, 55 Mishra, B , 00,, 53 Mishra, R , 57 Misorski, C Misra, A Misra, D , 9, 5, 53 Misra, R , 4, 9 Misra, S Misture, S , 07, 5, 4 Mitchell, W Mitic, V , 33 Mitoma, Y Mitra, I , 5 Miyamoto, G Miyasaka, F Miyazaki, H Miyoshi, S Mizuno, K Moatti, A Mochalin, V Moeller, M Mogami, H Moghadam, A Moghaddam, N Mogilevsky, P Mohajeri, M Mohamed, A Mohammadi Bezanaj, M Mohan, K , 40 Mohanty, B Mohedano, M Mokhtari, S , Moldovan, D Molla, M INDEX 79

180 INDEX Möller, A Moller, H Momayez, M Monheim, P Moniz, L Monnamme, T Montalvo, J Montero-Sistiaga, M Montes-Arango, A Montgomery, C Montoya, J Moody, D , 57 Mookane, P Moon, K Moon, R Moon, S Moore, E , 4, 3, 54 Moore, G Moorhead, W Moradifar, P Morales, J Morales Rivas, L Moran, T Moreau, C , 70, 7, 0, 59 Morgan, D , 45, 46, 6, 74, 77, 95, , 6, Morgan, Z Mori, H Morikawa, K Morikawa, Y Mori, M , 7 Morita, K , 97 Morita, N Morozova, I Morral, J , 06 Morris, G Morris, L Morrison, R Morrow, B , 06 Morscher, G , 37 Mosa, J Mosbah, S Moser, R Mostafaei, A , 36, 5,, 56 Mostert, R Mou, C Mousseau, N Moxson, I Moxson, V Moyer, B Mphahlele, M M, R Mubarok, A Muccillo, E Muccillo, R Muecklich, F Mueller, B Mueller, E , 67, 79, Mueller, J Mueller, T , 7 Mughal, M , 54 Mukherjee, A Mukhopadhyay, G , 55 Mukhopadhyay, J Mukhtar, K Mu, L , 6 Mullen, S Müller, M Mullholland, M Müllner, P Mumm, D , 70, 7, 0, 59 Mumtaz, H Mundy, J Mungole, T Muñoz-Saldaña, J Muntifering, B , 45 Muralidharan, K , 45 Murch, G , 49, 43 Murdoch, H , 5, 3 Muretta, J Murguia, S Murphy, D Murphy, T Murty, K , 3 Murty, Y , 50, 6, 5, 0, 30, , 57 Murugan, M Muskovin, E Musselman, K Musselman, M Muszka, K , 6, 7, 4, 56 Mutale, C Muth, T Mutombo, K , 44 Mu, Y Muzyk, A Myers, E Myers, J , Myers, Z N Nadolski, D Nadwanna, P Nagamachi, Y Nagao, S , 34 Naga, S Nagashima, N Nagra, J Nair, K , 5, 33, 49 Naito, M.... 5, 70,,, 3, 45, 59 Naji, M Nakamura, K Nakamura, N Nakamura, T Nakanishi, K Nakano, T Nakhmanson, S Nallasivam, V Nambu, S , 9 Nam, D Nam, S Nandwana, P , 73, 06, Napolitan, J Napolitano, R Naqvi, S Naranjo, G Narayanan, B , 4, 57 Narayan, G Narayan, J , 7 Narayan, R , 67, 4, 05, 7, 56 Nardone, S Narita, I Narra, S Na, S Nascimento, M , 45 Nasik, A Nasir, T Nassar, A Nastac, L Nastasi, M , 3 Natarajan, V Nath, M Naumov, A , 3, 53 Nautiyal, P , 97, 6, 40, 45, , 55 Navrotsky, A , 44 Ndefru, B Nebreda, J Neilson, H

181 Nejatpour, M Nekhoroshev, E Nelson, A , 0, 54 Nelson, E Nelson, K , 9 Nelson, R Nemati, A , 4 Nesbitt, J Neugebauer, J , 9 Neupane, U Neveau, M Newaz, G , 66 Newell, D Newkirk, J Newman, J Ngo, A Nguyen, D Nguyen, H Nguyen, L Nguyen, S Nguyen, V Ni, B Nicholas, J Nicholls, J Nickolai, I Ni, D Nielsen, D Nielsen, N Nielsen, W Niemi, J Niendorf, T Nieto, N Niezgoda, S Nigay, P , 36 Nimbalkar, S Ni, N Ning, K , 94, 3 Ning, S Ning, X Nishikawa, G Nitta, K Niu, C Niu, W Niu, Z , 45 Nizolek, T Noebe, R Noell, P Noh, T Noiseau, G Nolen, D Noordhoek, M , 3 Norasak, K Norfolk, M , Nourian-Avval, A Novak, B Novakowski, T , 54 Nowakowski, P , 4 Nuggehalli, R , 6, 7 Nulwala, H , 05 Nune, K , 4, 9 Nürnberger, F Nycz, A Nylén, P Nyrhilä, O Nyström, M Nzihou, A , 36 O Obadele, B , Obayemi, J , 7 Oberdorfer, C O Brien, S O Connell, J O Connor, N Odegard, G O Dell, S Odette, G , 45, 0 O Donnell, B Odqvist, J Odusanya, O Odykirk, T Ofori-Opoku, N Ogawa, A , 5, 5 Ogbiye, S Ogura, T O Hara, R O Hayre, R Ohfuji, H Ohji, T , 70,,, 3, 45, 59 Oh, K Ohodnicki, P , 9, 3, 3 Ohsato, H Ohta, Y Oh, Y , 63, 93, 50 Oikawa, I , 99 Ojala, N Ojima, M Okada, J Okano, H O Keeffe, S Okello, A , 6 Okeniyi, E Okeniyi, J , 54 Okerberg, B Oke, S , Olevsky, E Oliveira, J Olofinjana, A Olson, D , 7 Olson, G , 6,, 5, 9, 3, , 4 Olson, K Olson, T Olszta, M Olubambi, P , O Malley, R Omotosho, O Omrani, E , 9, 4, 5, 40, 47 Ong, K Ong, S Onoka, I Onuki, Y Onyeji, L Oouchi, T Ophus, C Opila, E , 70, 07,, 9 Oppedal, A Ordoñez, E , 50 Orloff, N Ormond, P Ortalan, V Osetsky, Y Ossenbrink, R Osuch, P , 5 Otis, R , 77 Otminski, J Otto, J Ott, R Oudriss, A Ouzilleau, P Oveisi, E Overman, N Ozaltun, H Ozcan, H Ozkan, T Ozmen, O Ozturk, T , 4 INDEX

182 INDEX P Pabbruwe, M Pacheco, R Pachuta, K Packard, C Padmadas, P Pajares Chamorro, N Pajarre, R Pal, D Palmer, B Palmer, T , 44, 57, 5, 7, 90, 3 Palm, F Palomares, R Pal, S , 45 Pal, U , 55 Panahi, D Panchenko, O , 53 Pan, D Pandey, A , 70 Pandey, O , 5 Pang, Y Pang, Z Pan, J Pan, Q Pantano, C , 39 Pant, N Pan, W Pan, X , 66, 3, 56 Papac, M Papagerakis, P Pape, C Papin, P Pappula, L Paprotny, I Paquit, V Paramanik, D Paramasivam, T Paramore, J , 90, 47, 59 Paranjape, H Parise, J Parish, C Park, B Park, C , 74 Park, D Parkelj, T Parker, J Parker, S Park, H , 7, 74, 9, 04 Park, I Parkinson, D Park, J , 46, 4, 65, 0 Park, K , 5 Park, L Park, S , 73, 4 Park, T Park, Y , 94, 50, 5 Parrington, R , 7 Parsons, C Pascal, E Pascucci, M , 59, 75 Pasebani, Pasebani, S Patala, S , 5 Patel, D Patel, J Patel, V , 64, 0, 99,, 3, , 5 Pathak, S , 70 Patibandla, A Patil, S , 4 Patterson, E Paudel, Y Paul, S Paulson, N Paul, T , 0 Pauly, J Paunovic, V Pawlowski, A Payne, D Payton, E Payzant, E Paz Soldan Palma, J Paz y Puente, A Pearce, C Pecharsky, V , 5 Pech-Canul, M , 66 Pedraza, F , 4 Peeler, D , 0 Pehr, J Pekin, T Pellegrino Jr., J Pelton, A , 67, 4, 06,, 43 Peng, L Peng, X Peng, Y , 99 Peng, Z , 07 Pentzer, E Peppler, J Peralta, X Perea, D Perepezko, J Perkins, C Perricone, M Perron, A , 4, 04 Perry, N Persson, K Perzynski, K Peter, I Peter, N Petersen, S , Peterson, R Peter, W Petrillo, J Petrova, R , 60, 75, 93 Petrovich, S Petuskey, W Peverini, O Peyre, P Pezzotti, G , 09 Pfeif, E Pham, T Picard, Q Picard, Y , 46,, 39 Pichler, A Pickerill, R Pickrell, G , 4, 7, 3, 4 Pierce, D Pignolet, A Pilania, G , 0, 30, 44, 57 Pilchak, A , 9, 4 Pilgrim, S , 5 Pimenta, A Pinaud, G Pinto, A Piraino, L Pirc, R Pirtošek, T , 97 Pisat, A Pistorius, P , 9 Pityana, S ,, 0 Plancher, E Plante, R Plotkowski, A , 3, 6, 3 Plotlowski, A , 6 Poczos, B Podany, P Poerschke, D Pogue, E Pokharel, R , 04

183 Pokorny, R Polasik, A Poliak, E Poling, W , 69, 9 Pollock, T ,, 9, 39 Polonsky, A Pomerantseva, E , 63 Ponomarev, I Poole, Z Poplawsky, J , 6 Popoola, A , 4, 43, 47, 49, 54 Popoola, P , 9, 9 Porcheddu, A Pörhönen, A Porter, J , 90 Porter, P Porter, T Porter, W Post, B Potirniche, G Potter, B Potter, M Prabhat, K Prabhu, D Prakash, C Prakash, K Prasad, N Prastiyanto, D Prater, J Prati, J , 43 Prendergast, D Presby, M Preusker, J Price, J Price, P , 3 Priddy, M Pridemore, W Prodanovic, V Promoppatum, P Pruski, M Puchala, B , 6 Pugesek, H Pulati, N Pyun, J , 94 Q Qadri, S , 3 Qian, B Qian, D Qian, L Qiao, S Qiao, X , 5 Qing, J Qin, H , 4, 7,, 49 Qiu, J , 9, 4, 49 Qiu, W Queen, W Quinn, G Quinn, M Quintana, O Qu, K Qu, L Qureshi, W R Rabelo Monich, P , Rabiei Baboukani, A , 4 Rabin, B Rabkin, E Race, C Rack, J Radeva, T Radhakrishnan, B Radhakrishnan, R , 0 Radha, Z Radue, E Radzilowski, R Ræder, T Raeymaekers, B Raghavan, N Rahaman, M Rahman, Z , 09, 4 Raines, J Rai, R , 7 Rai, U Rajagopalan, R Rajagopalan, S Rajan, K , 6 Raj, R , 6, 5, 07, 57 Raju, S , 07 Rak, Z Ramachandran, R , 93 Ramakrishnan, A , 3 Ramakrishnan, S Ramasesha, S Ram, F Ramirez, A , Ramirez Ruiz, J Ramón-Azcón, J Ramos, E Ramos, M Ramprasad, R , 0, 44 Randall, C , 44, 37 Rane, G Rane, K , 6 Ranganathan, N Ranganathan, R , 94 Ranger, C Rännar, L Rao, P Raplee, J Rasheed, A Rashidi, S Rath, B Rauch, H Raush, J Ravi Chandran, K Ravindra, N , 4, 6, 7 Ravi, V Rawn, C Rawn, P , Ray, M Ray, N Rayson, M Raza, M Reaburn, T Reaves, K Rebak, R , 65,,, 0, 0, , 5, 3, 54, 55 Reddy, R Redkin, K , 6 Redmond, D Reed, T Reeve, K Reeves, K Regoutz, A Regueiro, R Rehman, S Rehrl, J Reifsnyder, A Reilly, D Reimanis, I Reimer, T , 54, 59 Reis, S Reiss, R Ren, F Ren, K Ren, L Ren, M , 4 Ren, Q INDEX

184 INDEX 4 Ren, W Ren, X Ren, Y , 5, Ren, Z , 4, 7, Reschetnik, W Reuter, K Reutzel, T Reynolds, A Reynolds, D Reynolds, W Rhee, H Rheinheimer, W , 9, 9,, 0 Rheinheime, W Riaz, F ,, 3 Riaz, U , 04, 09 Riccucci, C Rice, F Rice, J Richards, B Richmire, S Richmond, S Ricker, R , 9,, 3, 46 Rickman, J , 70, 36 Riecker, S Riekehr, S Riestra, M Rietema, C Rigg, P Riman, R ,, 0, 3 Rincon Romero, A ,, 59 Rinderspacher, B Rindler, J Rios, O , 69, 4, 05 Rishel, L Ritchie, P Ritchie, R Rivera-Diaz-del-Castillo, P Rivera, K R Mili, M Robert, C Roberts, A , 7, 3 Roberts, N Robertson, S Roberts, S , Robinson, A Rock, C , 90, Rockett, A Rock, R Rocks, S Rodelas, J ,, 00 Rodgers, T Rodman, D Rodriguez-Ibabe, J Rodriguez, S Roedel, J Roehling, J , 04, Roehling, T Rogers, R Rohatgi, P , 3, 9, 4, 5, 47 Rohrer, G , 63, 3, 9, 9, 0, 5 Roine, J Rokkam, S , 40, 94 Rolchigo, M , 6 Rollett, A , 36, 56, 57, 59, 7, 73, , 9, 90, 9, 00, 04, 3, , 7, 4, 37, 39 Roll, M Romaniszyn, D , 5 Romanov, V Romero, G Romero, J Rondinella, A Rong, J Rong, Y , 53 Roosendaal, T Roos, S Rosales, M Rosei, F Rosenberger, A Rosi, N Rosprim, M Rossey, W , Ross, F Ross, M Rosso, M Rost, C , 65, 0, 54 Rothchild, A Rouleau, C Rowenhorst, D , 90 Rowland, R , Roy, A Roy, M , 5, 7, 09, 5 Rozanska, A , 5 Rozas, A Rozhin, A Rozic, B Rozman, K , Rubenchik, A Rubio Peregrina, S Rucker, W Rudd, R Rudzik, T Ruggles-Wrenn, M Rui, X Rule, J Rumann, A Rumiche, F , 35 Runge, K Runnerstrom, E Runzao, L Rupert, T , 95, 36, 5 Rupp, R Russell, M , Russell, R Ruzyllo, J Ryou, H Ryu, G , 0 S Saal, J , 5 Saatchi, A , 4 Sabarou, H , 43 Sabeeh, A Sabolskya, K Sabolsky, E , 63, 0, 4, 33, 36 Sabolsky, K , 33 Saboo, A , 9 Sachan, R Sachdev, A , 00 Sadagopan, S Sadangi, R , 5,, 3 Sadayappan, K , 00,, 53 Sadek, A Sadowski, B Saedi, S Safa, M Saghaian, S Sahai, N Sahu, D Saida, K Sainato, M Saiz, E , 0 Sajgalik, P Sakata, M Sakidja, R Sakka, Y , 97 Sakthivel, T Salasin, J Salas, R Salazar-Zertuche, M

185 Saleem, B Salehinia, I , 70, 7 Saleh, T Salem, A Salem, E Salem, J , 79, 93 Salguero, T Salmon, E Salowitz, N Salvador, P , 63, 3, 37 Samanta, A , 64, 34 Samant, R Samia, A Samimi, P Sanaty-Zadeh, A Sanchez, L , Sanchez, R Sanders, M Sanders, P Sanghera, J , 93, 6, 49 Sangle, S San Martin, D Sanni, O , 47 Sannoh, S Sano, K Sano, T , 45, 6, 65, 73, 77,, 3, , 96, 99, 7, 5, 40, 50, 55 Sansoucie, M Sant, G Santiago Cordoba, M Santofimia, M Sapiro, D Saraf, N Sargin, I Sarina, S , 6 Sarin, P , 9, 44, 57 Sarkarat, M Sarkar, N , 5 Sarker, P Sarkes, D Satko, D Satokawa, S Sato, M , 6, 5, 07, 57 Sato, S , 99, 7 Satterlee, N Saunier, S Savadkouei, K Sawford, M , 47 Saxena, S Saylor, D Sažinas, R Scardelatto, S Scavino, G Schade, C , 06 Schaedler, T , 37 Schaffer, J Schaller, R Schaper, M , 34, 47 Scharf, T Scheck, C , 03 Scheer, A Scheich, G Scheller, P Scherm, F Schiefelbein, S Schilling, G Schindelholz, E , 0, 5, 55 Schlaegle, S Schmidt, D , 56 Schmidt, F , Schmidt, M Schneider, J ,, 7 Schoen, D , 96 Schoenfeld, W Schoenitz, M Schoenung, J , 3 Schöne, C Schrout, J Schubert, J Schuh, C , 3, 9, 04, 0, 9 Schuler, J , 5 Schulz, A Schulz, E , 57 Schulze, W Schumacher, K Schuster, B , 0, 7 Schwalbach, E Schwam, D Schwantes, J Schwartz, R Schweiger, M , 0, 4 Schwentenwein, M , 67, 3 Schwerzler, S Scime, L Scipioni Bertoli, U Scott, D Scott-Emuakpor, O Seal, S , 7 Seaman, J Sebastian, J Sebeck, K Secco, M Seddio, S Seerane, M Sehirlioglu, A Seidel, J Seidensticker, J , 3 Seidman, D , 6,, 30, 4 Seifeddine, S......, 00,, 3, 53 Seifert, H Seifert, M Seifi, M , 90,, 3, 46 Selin, V Sellami, N , 94 Semiatin, L Sen, I Senor, D Sen, S Seo, D Seo, J Seo, S Sepehrband, P Sepelak, V Sereda, B , 9, 93, 47, 4 Sereda, D , 9, 93, 47, 4 Sergeyev, S Sergueeva, A , 5, 74, 9, 5, , 4 Serizawa, H Sestito, J Seymour, J Shackleford, C Shade, P Shadman, A Shadravan, A , 7 Shaffer, J Shaffer, S Shafirovich, E Shahabi, F Shahani, A Shahba, A Shahbeigi Roodposhti, P Shah, R , 4 Shah, S Shah, U , 04, 09 Shakoor, A Shakouli, S Shalomeev, V Shamblin, J Shamsaei, N , 9,, 3, 46 INDEX 5

186 INDEX Shanbhag, S Shang, S , 43, 44 Shang, X Shankar, R Shankar, S , Shan, W Shan, X , 47 Shan, Y Shao-Horn, Y Shao, S , 70, 7, 73, 93, 30 Shapiro, A Shapter, J Sharif, A Sharifi, P Sharma, P Shaw, B Shaw, L , 5 Shayesteh Moghaddam, N Shearer, C Shekhawat, D Shen, D Sheng, T Shen, J Shen, Q Shen, Y , 90, 0, 4, 4 Sheridan, J Sheridan, L ,, 3, 46 Sherman, A , 54 Sheth, N Shevchik, S Sheyko, S Shibata, A Shichao, C Shi, D , 7 Shi, F Shih, C Shih, M Shi, J , 9, 4 Shi, L Shim, D Shim, J , 36 Shimoda, N Shimoyama, A Shin, C Shin, D Shindo, Y Shin, J Shin, S Shin, Y Shi, R Shirai, K Shiratori, H Shiro, A Shivaram, A Shivaramaiah, R Shi, W , 5 Shi, Y , 6 Shobu, T Shoemaker, K Short, M Shoulders, T Shreeram, D Shrestha, S , 6 Shugart, K , 67, 6 Shunmugasamy, V Shu, Y Shyam, A Sickafus, K Siddel, D Siddique, I Sidorenko, D Siedlecki, C Siefert, N Sierros, K Sietins, J , 5 Sietsma, J Sikder, P Sikora, A Sikorski, E Silva, F , 49 Simanjuntak, P Sim, H Simmons, J Simon, D Simon, G Simpson, M Sims, Z Simunovic, S Singer, J Singh, A , 9, 3 Singhal, A Singh, C Singh, D Singh, G , 76,, 94, 6, 34, 50 Singh, J , 9, 0,, 36, 37, , 5 Singh, K , 5 Singh, L Singh, M....5, 70,,, 3, 33, 45, 59 Singh, N , 4, 6, 7 Singh, O Singh, S , 05 Singh, V Singh, Y Sinha, V Sinnott, S , 66 Sisson, Jr., R , 9 Sisson, R , 4, 49, 9, 97, 30 Sistaninia, M Sivanandan, L Siyasiya, C Sizyuk, T , 54 Sjoblom, R Skelly, K Skinn, B Skszek, T , 53 Slager, A , 96 Slazhniev, M Smedskjaer, M Smith, A , 55, 95, 3 Smith, C , 37 Smith, J , 55, 7, 0 Smith, N , 65,, 0, 4, 39, 54 Smith, P Smith, R Smith, T , 56 Smyrak, B , 5 Snead, L Snir, Y Snow, C Snyder, M Snyder, S , 9, 0 Sobiyi, K Soboyejo, W , 4, 0, 7, 36 Soderhjelm, C , 53 Sofie, S , 50 Sohn, H Sohn, S Sohn, Y , 57 Sokalski, V Sokhey, S Solis Bravo, G Solis-Ramos, E Solomon, C , 50 Solórzano, G Solórzano, I Soltanattar, S Soltani, N

187 Soltani, S Somrack, L , 6 Sone, Y Son, G , 5 Song, B Song, G , 0, 03, 5, 55 Song, H Song, J , 47, 65, 66, 9, 3, 35, , 47 Song, Q Song, Z , Soni, V , 06, 43 Son, J , 50 Son, Y , 5 Sooby Wood, E , 54 Sorensen, D Sorensen, R Sorescu, D Sorrell, C Sova, S , 7 Soydas, O Spadotto, J Spang, D Spatschek, R Speakman, S Spearot, D Speer, J , 6, 9 Spellman, C Spencer, M Spencer, P , Splitter, D Spowart, J , 55, 7, 46 Spreitzer, M Springer, K Squillante, M , 93, 6, 49 Sridharan, K , 46, 65,, 0, 3, , 3, 39, 54 Sridharan, N Sridhar, S Srinivasan, H Srinivasan, R , 03 Sriram, S Srivilliputhur, S Srolovitz, D Stanciu, L , 63, 0, 5 Stanciu, V Stanek, C Stan, L Stan, M Star, K Stauffer, D , Steckel, J Steffes, J , 4 Steinbrück, M Steiner, S Stekker, M Stelzer, R Stem, M Stenberg, K Stephens, J Stephens, R Sternlicht, H Stevanovic, V , 3 Stevens, A Stevens, E , 36, 5,, 47, 56 Stevens, J , 4 Stevick, J Stewart, J Stewart, T Stinville, J StJohn, D Stock, P Stokes, A Stokes, J Stone, B Stone, T , 6 Storey, A Story, M Story, W , Stoudt, M , 5, 69, 7, 6, 5 Strahin, B Strandwitz, N , 33 Stratis-Cullum, D , 4, 6, 7 Strother, J Strouse, G Stucker, B Studnitzky, T , 06 Stugelmayer, E Subedi, S Subroto, T Su, C , 7 Sudbrack, C , 56 Sudhakar, K , Suehiro, S Suematsu, H , 70,,, 3, , 59 Suetake, A Sugahara, T Suganuma, K , 34 Suhail, M Suh, J Su, J Sukhishvili, S , 09 Su, L Sullivan, N Sullivan, R Su, M Summers, W Sumner, J Sumpter, B Sun, D Sundaram, A Sundaram, S , 0, 4, 39, 54 Sundararaghavan, V Sundararaman, S Sundar, V , 9, 50 Sung, H Sung, S ,, 5 Sun, H , 5, 56, 59 Sun, J , 49 Sun, L , 9, 4 Sun, N Sun, P Sun, T , 4 Sun, W , 69, 6, 09, 4, 30, , 5 Sun, X Sun, Y Sun, Z , 69, 6, 09, 30, 3, 5 Supancic, P Supan, K Suppan, C Suryanarayana, C , 03, 5, , 55 Su, S Susan, D Suslov, S Sussman, E Sussman, J Suter, R , 7, 90, 9, 04, 0, 4 Suvorov, D , 5, 33, 49 Su, Y , 4, 47, 5, 59 Swanberg, D Swiler, L Sychev, O Sylvester, K Szabo, J Szczesniak, D Szeliga, D , 6, 4, 56 Szlufarska, I INDEX 7

188 INDEX T Tack, T Taheri, M , 4, 43, 44, 6, 6, 77, , 3, 95, 7, 50, 53 Taira, H Tait, D Takacs, L , 03, 5, 40, 55 Takagi, S Takahashi, M Takahashi, S Takamura, H , 99 Takano, A Takaoka, T Takashi, M Takeuchi, A Takeuchi, I , 30 Takeyama, M Taleff, E Tallman, A Tamalonis, A Tamburini, S Tamirisakandala, S Tanaka, H Tang, B , 43, 45 Tang, C Tang, D Tang, F , 9, 4, 3, 47 Tang, H Tang, J Tang, K Tang, M , 9, 0 Tang, X Tang, Y , 34 Tanigawa, H Taniguchi, S Tan, K Tan, S Tansu, N Tan, Y Tanzer, A Tao, G , 9, 35 Tao, T Tapia, G , 35, 7, 6, 4 Tapp, J Tarcea, G Tariq, M , 6 Tari, V , 7, 39 Tasan, C , 07, 33 Task, M Tatami, J.... 5, 70,,, 3, 45, 59 Tatman, E ,, 46 Tatsumi, H Taub, A Taube, A Tavakoli, A , 59 Tavazza, F Tayler, G Taylor, C , 45 Taylor, E , 9, 0 Taylor, H Taylor, J , 9 Taylor, M Taylor, P Taylor, S Teague, M , 77 Tegtmeier, E Teizer, W Telang, A Telesman, J Teng, C Tenkku, T Terada, Y Terayama, Y Terban, M Terrani, K ,, 0, 4 Terrell, J , 6 Tešínsky, M Tessmer, J , Tevis, I Texier-Mandoki, N Teysseyre, S Thadhani, N Thakare, S Thapa, A Thatcher, Z Thavanayagam, G , 59 Thekdi, A Thian, E , 56 Thirumalai, N Thomas, E Thomas, S Thomas, T Thompson, D Thompson, G , 93, 97, 9, 0, 34 Thompson, R , 35 Thompson, S , 74, 79 Thomson, J Thornton, K , 44 Thorsson, L Thrivikraman, G Thumm, M Thuo, M Tianen, M , 57 Tian, Y Tian, Z Tidrow, S , 5, 33 Timofeeva, L Timucin, D Tlotleng, M , 0 To, A , 6 to Baben, M Todai, M Toeppel, T , 45 Toghraee, A Toher, C Tohji, K Tolnai, D , 54 Toloczko, M Toman, J , 5,, 47 Tomar, V , 04 Tomko, J Tomozawa, M Tomura, Y Toney, M Tong, A Tong, J Tong, W Tonks, M , 77 Topbasi, C Topping, T , 7, 9, 60 Torgerson, T Torresani, E Torres, O Townsend, S Tran, A Tran, H , 0, 30, 44, 57 Tran, R Trapaga Martinez, L Trask, M Traubert, T Traverso, J Traylor, R Treadwell, L Trelewicz, J Trenkle, J , 96 Trice, R , 70, 7, 0, 59 Trimby, P Tripathi, J , 54 Trivedi, H

189 Trivedi, P Trivelpiece, C , 65,, 0, 3, , 3, 39, 54 Tropsha, A Tröster, T Trumble, K , 54, 57 Trump, A Truong, Q Truszkowska, A Trybus, C Tryon, R Tsai, S Tsakalakos, T , 5 Tsaknopoulos, D Tschopp, M , 40, 6, 77, 95, 6, , 3, 4, 45 Tseng, K Tshabalala, L Tsivirko, E Tsui, M Tsuji, N Tsutsumi, S , 99 Tu, B Tucker, G Tucker, J Tucker, M Tucker, T Tulasigeri, S Tuller, H Turchi, A Turchi, P , 4, 04 Turgeon, S Turner, B , 9, 9, 50 Turner, K Tu, X Twerdok, J ,, 5, 03 Tyburska-Püschel, B Tylka, J U Ubaid, F Uberuaga, B , 30, 46, 5 Ubic, R , 5, 33, 49 Ueda, M , 57 Uemura, N Ueno, S Uher, C Uhm, S Ullah, M Ulvan, E , 6, 79 Umeda, J , Umeki, S Unocic, K , 7, 79 Unocic, R Unosson, M Upadhyay, P , 53 Uppari, A Uranga, P Urban, J Urbas, A Urraca, J Ursic, H Uršic, H Usechak, N Ushakov, S Usman, C Usov, I , 46 Uzonwanne, V , 7 V Vackel, A Vadari Venkata, K Vahdati Khaki, J Vahera, T Valdez, J Valdez, S Valloton, J Valone, S Vamsi, M Van Aken, D , 0, 39 van Benthem, K , 54, 0 Van Cauwenbergh, P Van der Ven, A Vander Voort, G , 79, 96,, 50 Vander Wal, R , 0, 7 van Duin, A , 60 Vanhaecke, E Van Humbeeck, J , Vanmeensel, K , 73, Vannutelli, R Van Order, M Van Swol, M , 96 Van Tyne, C , 69 Van Zyl, G Varadharajan Idhaiam, K Varanasi, V , 7, 05, 09, 5 Vargas-Gonzalez, L Varga, T Varghese, J Varley, J Varma, S Vassen, R Vaßen, R Vasudevan, V , 65, 7 Vaughn, D V, B Vecchio, K Vekinis, G Velazquez, F Velez, M , 90 Velisa, G Venezia, A Venkatasurya, P Venna, S Ventura, K Ventzke, V Venugopalan, D , 6 Venvik, H Verghese, P Verlinde, K Verma, A Verma, N Verma, R Veysset, D , 9 Vicenzi, E Vidal, F Viehland, D , 49 Vieira, I Vienna, J Vigilante, G Vijapur, S Villalobos, G Villalobos Vera, D Villalobos-Vera, D Vinci, R , 9, 36 Vinson, K Viswanathan, V Viswan, R Vitry, V , 35 Vivek, A , 00 Vlassak, J Vleugels, J Vogel, S , 55 Vogli, E , 9, 9, 4, 47 Vo, H Völkl, R Volz, H Vo, N , 6,, 30, 4 Vonk, N von Spakovsky, M INDEX

190 INDEX 90 Voo, N Voorhees, P , 64 Vosburgh, J Votruba-Drzal, P , 5 Voyles, P , 74, 6, 39 Vu, A , 5 Vuai, S Vuoristo, P W Wachowiak, M Wachs, D Wachtel, E Wade, C Wadsley, M Wagner, K Wahl, K Walck, S Walde, C Walia, S Walker, H Walker, J , 3 Walker, M , 0 Walker, W , 59, 75 Walkowicz, M , 5 Wallace, G Walters, N Walter, T Wang, A , 7 Wang, B , 66, 45, 4, 5 Wang, C ,, 7, 4 Wang, D , 50, 69, 6, 09, 5, 9, , 43, 44, 5 Wangenheim, C , 47 Wang, F , 6, 9, 3, 4, 5 Wang, G , 5, 53 Wang, H , 73, 9, 07, 6, 9, , 3, 43 Wang, J , 4, 45, 53, 70, 93, 95, 96, ,, 7, 30, 43, 4, 5 Wang, K Wang, M , 33, 56 Wang, N Wang, P , 59, 6, 43 Wang, Q Wang, R , 35, 4 Wang, S Wang, T Wang, W , 63, 95, 6, 43, 4, , 56 Wang, X , 76, 00, 0, 4 Wang, Y , 59, 70, 76, 77, 06, 7, , 6, 9, 30, 4, 43, , 4, 5, 5 Wang, Z , 73, 3, 56 Waqas, A Ward, A Ward, C Warde, S ,, 5, 03 Ward, L Ward, T , 4 Warren, J , 6, 64, 5 Waryoba, D , 6, 7, 57 Wasekar, N Washburn, N Wasmer, K Wasnik, M Watanabe, S Waters, C , 46, 59 Watkins, J Watkins, T Watring, D Watt, M Weaver, J Weaver, M Webber, R Weber, F Weber, G Weber, R Weber, W , 76,, 94 Webler, B , 4, 5,, 4 Webster, R , 45 Webster, T Weese, B Wehling, C Wei, C Weigand, M Wei, J Weiland, H Weinberger, C Wei, Q Wei, S Weiss, A Weiss, D , 05 Wei, W , 35 Wei, X Welk, B , 43 Welsh, R , 50 Wen, H Wenning, J , Wernicki, E Werry, B Wertz, K Wessely, F Wessman, A West, H , 35,, 3 Weymouth, T Whale, A Whalen, S Wheeler, K Wheeler, W Whip, B ,, 46 Whipkey, S Whitacre, J White, B , White, C , 0, 36 White, J , 54 White, R White, T Whittington, W Whittle, K Wick, C Widom, M , 75 Wiedmann, M Wiesner, V Wiezorek, J , 4 Wijesekara-Kankanange, P Wijesekara, P Wildfire, C Wilding, M , 79 Wilkinson, T Willard, M , 94, 6, 34 Willems, J Willenberg, B Williams, G Williams, J Williams, M , 7 Williamson, D , 9 Williamson, I Williams, S Williams, W , 9 Wills, J Wilmarth, B Wilmer, C Wilson, G Wilson-Heid, A Wilson, M , Wilson, T , 4, 3, 54 Wilthan, B

191 Windam, R Windl, W , 30, 5 Winiarski, B , 46 Winkel, G Winkler, B Winston, D Withrow, M , Witkin, D Witt, T Wojcieszynski, A , 35, 36, 56, 57, 7, , 90, 9,, 3, 46, 47 Wojcik, A Wolcott, M , 55 Wolfe, D Wolfer, A Wolk, J Wollmershauser, J , 97 Wolodko, J Wong, B Wong-Ng, W , 3, 45, 59 Wong, P Wood, E Woodward, C Woolstenhulme, N Wren, A ,, 56 Wright, E Wright, J Wright, K Wrightson, G Wu, A , 7, 3, 34, 50 Wu, B Wuertemberger, L Wu, G , 57 Wu, H Wu, K Wu, L , 7, 0, 47 Wu, M Wu, S , 4 Wu, W , 69, 6, 09, 30, 4, 5 Wu, X Wu, Y , 63, 70, 75, 76,, 93, 94, , 6, 3, 35, 45, 46, , 59 Wu, Z , 74, 9, 5 Wynblatt, P Wysk, R , 4 X Xia, J Xia, M Xia, N Xiang, J Xiang, Y Xiao, M , 09 Xiao, W Xiao, X Xiao, Y Xia, Y Xie, B Xie, J , 49 Xie, W Xie, Y Xing, J Xing, L Xiong, W , 67, 6, 4, 03, 06, , 6,, 9, 43 Xuan, S Xuan, Y Xu, B , 75, 45 Xu, C , 0, 33 Xu, D , 30 Xue, H , 94 Xuetao, W Xu, J , 49 Xu, K Xu, L , 05, 5 Xu, P , 4, 37 Xu, Q , 49, 5 Xu, S Xu, X Xu, Z , 5 Y Yabansu, Y Yablinsky, C , 55, 46 Yacout, A Yadav, S Yahata, B Yakaboylu, G Yamaba, M Yamada, R Yamaguchi, S Yamaji, K Yamamoto, Y Yamanaka, K , 7, 7 Yan, F Yang, F Yang, J , 65, 7, 09, 30, 37, 49 Yang, K , 0 Yang, L Yang, R , 30 Yang, S , 5, 4 Yang, T Yang, W , 53, 7, 5, 4 Yang, X Yang, Y , 3, 9, 40 Yang, Z , 49 Yan, J Yan, S Yan, W Yan, X , 9, 3 Yan, Z , 6, 00 Yao, S Yao, T , 33 Yao, W Yao, X Yao, Z Yarotski, D Yashima, M Yashiro, K Yasuda, H Ye, C , 4, 5, 7, Ye, F , 3, 45 Ye, J Ye, L Yeung, H Yildiz, B Yim, S Ying, T Yin, L Yin, Y Yip, S Yoder, S , 9, 3 Yonehara, M Yong, O Yoo, H Yoo, J Yoon, J , 50 Yoon, M , 0, 30, 44, 57 Yoon, T Yoon, Y Yoo, S Yoo, Y Yoshida, H Yoshida, R Yoshida, Y INDEX 9

192 INDEX 9 Yoshikawa, N , 6 Yoshimura, M Yoshizawa, Y You, B , 00,, 53 Young, M Yousaf, M Yousefiani, A , 7, 9, 60 Youssefian, S Youssef, S Yu, B Yu, D Yue, S , 9, 53 Yu, F Yu, G Yugami, H Yu, H , 9, 97, 9,, 9 Yu, J , 73, 99, 0, 3, 4 Yu, K Yu, L Yu, M Yumak, T Yun, J Yun, Y Yu, P Yu, Q Yu, X , 03, 6, 4, 55 Yu, Y , 63, 4 Yu, Z , 69, 6,, 44, 4 Z Zahrah, T ,, Zaitsev, Y Zakar, F Zakutayev, A Zangiabadi, A Zanotto, E Zapata-Solvas, E , 5, 9 Zarzar, L Zavan, B Zbib, H , 7, 7, 56 Zegdi, R Zeleznik, N Zell, E , 4 Zeltmann, S Zeng, W Zeng, X , Zervos, A Zhai, M Zhai, Y Zhang, B , 7, 9, 4 Zhang, C , 9, 03, 9, 3, , 43 Zhang, G Zhang, H , 76, 94, 96, 5, 6, , 45, 49, 50, 5 Zhang, J , 7, 6, 03, 07, 0, , 6, 9, 4, 43, 4, , 53, 54, 55, 57 Zhang, K , 0 Zhang, L , 94, 95, 97, 5, 6, 7, , 4, 49 Zhang, M , 95 Zhang, N , 44 Zhang, P , 94, 0, 39 Zhang, Q , 35 Zhang, R , 44 Zhang, S , 64, 65, 97, 4 Zhang, T Zhang, W , 73,, 95, 97, 07,, , 6, 47, 4, 59 Zhang, X , 7,, 9, 97, 0, 0, , 5, 35, 37, 4, 5, 55 Zhang, Y , 46, 66, 7, 76, 6,, , 95, 03, 07, 3, 30, 3, , 37, 3, 45, 47, 49 Zhang, Z , 4 Zhan, X , 39 Zhao, C , 4 Zhao, J , 4, 67, 6,, 4, 9, , 6,, 43, 5 Zhao, K , 94, 6, 34, 50 Zhao, L Zhao, Q , 9, 3, 45, 4 Zhao, R Zhao, S Zhao, T Zhao, X , 0, 4 Zhao, Y , 6, 5 Zhdanov, S Zheng, D , 5, 55 Zheng, H Zheng, M , 49, 53 Zheng, Q Zheng, R , 35 Zheng, Y , 07, 9, 43, 57 Zhong, C Zhong, L Zhong, W Zhong, X , 0, 5 Zhong, Y , 5, 66, 6, 95, 07, , 9, 30, 43, 44, 45, 57 Zhou, C , 3 Zhou, D Zhou, G Zhou, H , 37 Zhou, J Zhou, L , 66, 5, 55 Zhou, N , 45, 53 Zhou, Q , 3, 47 Zhou, S , 35 Zhou, T Zhou, W Zhou, X , 7, 05 Zhou, Y , 06, 37, 49, 56 Zhuang, X Zhu, C Zhu, D , 70, 7, 0, 59 Zhu, H Zhu, J , 69, 6, 09, 30, 49, 5 Zhu, L Zhu, M , 6, 4, 49 Zhu, Q Zhu, R , 4 Zhu, S , 3, 53 Zhu, W , 43 Zhu, X , 5 Zhu, Y Ziabari, A Zinkle, S , 7,, 0 Zinn, W Ziomek-Moroz, M Zlamaniec, J Zok, F , 97, 9, Zorkovská, A Zou, C Zou, G Zuback, J Zuber, C , 59 Zucker, R , 0 Zurita-Torres, E Zurob, H

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196 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY HOW TO GET THE MOST FROM YOUR VISIT You probably have your own special system for seeing a show. Whether you look for specific exhibitors first or start by looking for particular products or services, this directory will guide you. You will be able to find exactly what you need quickly and easily. SHOW HOURS Alphabetical Listing of Exhibitors... pg 97 Exhibit Floor Plan... pg 9 Alphabetical Listing of Exhibitors with Company Descriptions... pg 0 Products/Services Index... pg 6 Monday, October 9, 07 4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Welcome Reception & Exhibition Grand Opening 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 0, 07 0:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, October, 07 Refreshment Break General Poster Session Lunch on Show Floor Happy Hour Reception 9:30 a.m. :00 p.m. Lunch on Show Floor 0:30 a.m. :00 a.m. 6:00 p.m. :00 p.m. :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. :00 p.m. :00 p.m. CONVENIENT INQUIRY SYSTEM Your conference badge allows you to enter the exhibition during show hours. When visiting exhibits, please present your name badge to the exhibitor s representative to request additional information about products and services. MESSAGE BOARD A bulletin board for messages will be located in the Registration area. PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEO EQUIPMENT Please keep in mind that the exhibits are the property of the exhibiting companies. Photography and/or the recording of the exhibit hall or contents of any exhibitor booth are strictly prohibited at all times. Photography inside any exhibit space is limited to only the company that has contracted for the exhibit space or to an MS&T representative (or their contracted agent) with the consent of the exhibitor. Because there may have been some late changes in booth assignments, some exhibitors may have a different booth number than was shown on their invitations and advertising. Please check the MS&T7 App for the most-up-to-date listings, as well as onsite signage. Reasonable precautions have been taken to avoid errors in and omissions from this directory, but MS&T does not guarantee listings herein and shall not be responsible for errors in or omission in this directory. 96

197 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA EXHIBITOR LIST (As of 09//7) COMPANY BOOTH AdValue Technology 50 Alfred University (CACT) 44 Allied High Tech 40 American Stress Technologies 50 Amuneal Mfg Corp 00 Andeen-Hagerling, Inc. 66 Angstrom Scientific, Inc. 55 Anton Paar USA Applied Test Systems 30 Brook Anco Corporation Bruker Corporation 6 Buehler 50 California Nanotechnologies 35 Cameca Instruments Inc. 03 Carl Zeiss Microscopy LLC 400 Centorr Vacuum Industries 34 Clemex Technologies, Inc 333 CM Furnaces 34 CompuTherm 5 Deltech Furnaces 330 Ebatco 5 EDAX Inc. 05 Electron Microscopy Sciences 69 FactSage Family 67 Gasbarre Products Inc. (PTX) 0 Goodfellow Corporation 50 Granta Design 404 Harper International 5 Heraeus Platinum Labware 6 Hitachi High Technologies America 40 HORIBA Instruments, Inc. 3 HORIBA Scientific 60 Hysitron 305 International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) 60 International Metallographic Society and IMC 3 JEOL 09 Keyence Corporation 37 LECO Corporation 300 Mager Scientific, Inc. 4 Metal Samples Co. 54 Metcut Research 30 MicroTrac 539 Millipore Sigma (Sigma Aldrich) 605 MRL Materials Resources LLC 537 MSE Supplies LLC 5 MTI Corporation 600 MTS Systems Corporation 337 Nabertherm Inc. 64 NACE International 54 COMPANY BOOTH Nanoscience Instruments, Inc. 6 Nanovea 35 Netzsch Instruments N.A. LLC 505 NSL Analytical Services 437 Oxford Instruments 309 Pace Technologies 57 PANalytical 603 Park Systems 53 Photron USA, Inc. 433 PREMIER Lab Supply, Inc. 43 PROTO Manufacturing, INC 65 Pulstec 604 Quantum Design 0 Renishaw 56 Rigaku 60 RJ Lee Group 47 Rtec-Instruments, Inc. 49 Sente Software 55 Setaram, Inc. 36 Solar Manufacturing 3 SPEX SamplePrep 33 SPI Supplies 04 Springer 409 Struers 44 TA Instruments 64 Taylor & Francis Group 60 TEC (Materials Testing) 5 Ted Pella, Inc. 533 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc. 46 TESCAN USA 30 TevTech, LLC 3 The American Ceramic Society 7 Thermal Technologies LLC 33 Thermcraft Inc. 45 Thermo-Calc Software Inc. 3 Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly FEI) 509 THINKY USA 36 Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC 3 UES, Inc. 609 University of Warsaw 7 Verder Scientific, Inc 4 Verichek Technical Services, Inc. 9 Vision Research 0 Vodik Energy 59 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc. 65 Wiley 56 Zircar Ceramics 67 Zircar Zirconia, Inc

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200 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY SPONSORS MS&T thanks the following companies for their outstanding support! MS&T Booth 50 Choose from over 70,000 catalog products Your Global Supplier For Materials Metals Alloys Ceramics Polymers Composites Compounds

201 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) AdValue Technology Booth 50 AdValue Technology specializes in areas of Alumina, Fused Quartz, Sapphire and Zirconia. Products range from Alumina and Silicon Dioxide Powders, Crucibles, Tubes & Rods, Plates & Discs, Sample Pans, UV Cuvettes, Quartz Wool, Ceramic Membranes, and Cerium Oxide Polishing Powders. We strive to be your valuable partner in Material Science! Alfred University (CACT) Booth 44 Kazuo Inamori School of Engineering/New York State College of Ceramics: B.S. and M.S. degrees in ceramic engineering, glass, biomaterials, materials science and engineering, mechanical and renewable engineering. Ph.D. degrees in ceramics, glass, and materials science. Short courses. Research in glass, ceramics, and biomaterials. Analytical services. Allied High Tech Booth 40 For over 34 years, Allied High Tech Products has provided quality products for metallographic sample preparation & analysis. Items on display include state-of-the-art Grinding/ Polishing Systems, Sectioning Saws and Mounting Systems, as well as a full range of consumable products. Carl Zeiss Microscopes & Mitutoyo Hardness Testers will also be featured. American Stress Technologies Booth 50 American Stress Technologies, part of the Stresstech Group, provides quality inspection instruments for residual stress measurement using technologies such as Barkhausen Noise Analysis, X-Ray Diffraction, and ESPI Hole Drilling. These quality inspection solutions are an integral part of manufacturing processes providing accurate and repeatable quality monitoring. Amuneal Mfg Corp Booth 00 Since 965, Amuneal has been serving highly technical markets, working with leaders in aerospace, electronics, cryogenics, healthcare, and research to develop cost-effective magnetic shielding strategies and products that outperform the most demanding requirements. We offer a number of standard component shields to our clients, however, our culture and capabilities allow us to manufacture and install unique custom shields ranging from prototypes and models to full-scale assemblies. Andeen-Hagerling, Inc. Booth 66 The World s Most Accurate Capacitance & Loss Measurements / The World s Most Stable Capacitance Standards - Andeen-Hagerling (AH) produces the most precise capacitance bridges available commercially. AH bridges are fully automatic and can resole measurements down to sub-attofarad levels. Loss (dissipation factor) can be measured down to.5x0- tan delta. Angstrom Scientific, Inc. Booth 55 Angstrom Scientific Inc. provides nanotech and materials characterization solutions. Specifically: Kleindiek Nano-manipulators and stages, Hitachi Tabletop-SEM/EDX and AFM, Deben Microscopy Accessories, Leica EM Sample Prep Equipment, EMSIS TEM cameras, Nanojehm SEM Image Optimization, Molecular Vista Nanoscale IR AFM (PIFM), MelBuild TEM holders and used SEMs/ FIBS. Visit booth #55 and/or our website Anton Paar USA Booth Anton Paar is the leader in the development of instruments for surface mechanical properties characterization with over 30 years experience in both research and industrial fields. Our product line includes: Nano & micro indentation: For hardness & modulus. Most stable on the market Revetest, nano & micro scratch:for thin film adhesion, fracture, and deformation. For research & QC applications Tribometers:High temperature & linear reciprocating options Calotest: Fast coating thickness measurements. Applied Test Systems Booth 30 Since 965, Applied Test Systems (ATS) has been a leading manufacturer of process heating and material testing equipment. Their diverse product line includes furnaces, ovens, universal testing machines, creep/stress rupture test frames, and additional testing accessories. ATS is known worldwide for their ability to design and build unique, customized products. Brook Anco Corporation Booth Brook-Anco Corporation offers the highest quality systems for optical measurement and inspection. Application areas range from high accuracy 3D measurements in the laboratory to inline quality assurance in production. Globally leading companies successfully apply our products and services in quality assurance as well as in research and development. Brook-Anco Corporation is recognized as the oldest Nikon Industrial Distributor in the United States. Bruker Corporation Booth 6 As the worldwide leader in test and measurement solutions, Bruker offers a range of D & 3D surface profiler solutions with specific information needed to answer surface measurement questions with speed, accuracy, and ease. Bruker also features a broad range of systems for EDS and WDS X-ray spectrometry, EBSD, and micro-x-ray fluorescence. www. bruker.com/nano Buehler Booth 50 Buehler is a premier manufacturer of scientific equipment (sectioning, mounting, grinding, polishing, hardness testing, image analysis) and supplies / consumables for use in materials analysis. Buehler products are used for the analysis of all types of materials, including ceramics, composites, semiconductors, metals, rocks and minerals, and plastics. 0

202 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) California Nanotechnologies Booth 35 California Nanotechnologies is an industry leader in spark plasma sintering (SPS), an advanced consolidation technique for every type of material. As the exclusive technical and training partner of FUJI-SPS, inventor of SPS technology, we offer R&D toll services, training, and maintenance of SPS machines. Cameca Instruments Inc. Booth 03 CAMECA is a world leader of high performance SIMS, EPMA & atom probe instrumentation for product development, quality monitoring, and materials research. CAMECA instruments provide elemental and isotopic composition data from micron down to 3-D sub-nanometer scale and are used in the most prestigious laboratories around the world. Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC Booth 400 As the world s only manufacturer of light, X-ray, and electron/ion microscopes, ZEISS offers tailor-made microscope systems for industry, materials research and academia. A welltrained sales force, an extensive support infrastructure and a responsive service team enable customers to use their ZEISS microscope systems to their full potential. Centorr Vacuum Industries Booth 34 Centorr Vacuum Industries manufactures hightemperature vacuum, hydrogen, and controlled atmosphere batch and continuous furnaces for sintering, hot-pressing, heat treatment, and pressure densification of ceramic and metal materials, with optional debinding systems for synthetic or natural lubricant removal. Aftermarket services available. ASM International salutes the International Metallographic Society on celebrating 50 years. From 967 to 07, IMS has continued to impact the world of materials science with their dedication to promote the art and science of metallography and materials characterization. 0

203 I N T E R N A T I O N A L C E N T R E F O R D I F F R A C T I O N D A T A Diffraction Data You Can Trust OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA ICDD databases are the only crystallographic databases in the world with quality marks and quality review processes that are ISO certified. PDF-4+ Standardized Data More Coverage All Data Sets Evaluated For Quality Reviewed, Edited and Corrected Prior To Publication Targeted For Material Identification and Characterization Visit Us at MS&T Booth #60 ICDD, the ICDD logo and PDF are registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Powder Diffraction File is a trademark of JCPDS International Centre for Diffraction Data 07 JCPDS International Centre for Diffraction Data /7 03

204 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) Clemex Technologies, Inc Booth 333 Clemex Technologies Inc. develops image analysis software and integrates microscopy systems for quality control and research laboratories. Clemex s customer base spans over many countries in America, Europe and Asia. Clemex systems are presently used by major research centers, prestigious universities and large manufacturing companies in various fields including automotive, aerospace, raw materials, and pharmaceuticals. CM Furnaces Booth 34 CM will showcase their high temperature, C, line of laboratory and production furnaces. Both batch and continuous furnaces in air, inert, and reducing atmospheres. Furnaces are both standard and custom. CM is celebrating it s 70th year. CompuTherm LLC Booth 5 CompuTherm has been developing CALPHAD-based modeling tools since 996. These state-of-the-art products have found many applications in accelerated materials design and are currently used by many ICME practitioners. CompuTherm products include Pandat software for thermodynamic calculation and precipitation simulation and databases for variety of multicomponent alloy systems. MS&T Booth 50 Deltech Furnaces Booth 330 We Build the Furnace to Fit your Need. Since 96, family owned and operated Deltech has designed and built standard and custom electric benchtop and production furnaces for materials science researchers and glass and ceramics manufacturers worldwide. Up to 000 C in air, inert atmospheres, and under positive pressures. Ebatco Booth 5 Ebatco is a leading provider of contract lab services for materials testing, surfaces, interfaces, ultra-thin films, small volumes, and miniaturized devices. Ebatco provides prompt solutions through nanoscale analytical lab services, expert-level consultation, and first-class analytical and testing instruments. Call us for your unmet analytical needs. Your satisfaction is our commitment! EDAX Inc. Booth 05 EDAX is a leading provider of innovative materials characterization systems encompassing Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS), Wavelength Dispersive Spectrometry (WDS), Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) and X-ray Fluorescence (XRF). The company designs, manufactures, distributes and services hardware and software solutions for a broad range of industries, educational institutions and research organizations. Choose from over 70,000 catalog products Your Global Supplier For Materials Metals Alloys Ceramics Polymers Composites Compounds

205 Trust Technology Turnaround OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA Tungsten-Molybdenum Magnification: 00x Image/Work by Tim Weber, Buehler Elemental Thermal Wet Chemistry Organic Metallurgical Optical MS&T7: Booth 437 Come Listen: Robust Production. Microcracking Eliminated: It Starts with Chemistry Monday, October 9th DLL Convention Center Room 305-4:0PM Mechanical Setting the Standard for Materials Testing Let our one-stop, Independent Testing Laboratory help you prove, and improve product performance. Get focused attention on your materials from our team of scientists and metallurgists utilizing the latest instrumentation for reliable test results when you need them. g 4,00 square foot Metallurgical and Chemistry facilities g 0 CFR Part reporting program, with compliance to applicable requirements from 0 CFR 50 Appendix B g ISO/IEC 705, Nadcap, GE-S-400, Boeing, Safran Aircraft Engines, P&W, and more g RoHS, heavy metals, phthalates and flame retardants for regulatory compliance Learn how NSL can work with you! Visit us at NSLanalytical.com/materials-testing-quote or call ASME NQA- COMPLIANT 4450 Cranwood Parkway Cleveland, OH

206 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) Electron Microscopy Sciences Booth 69 Electron microscopy sciences will have on display their complete line of accessories, chemicals, supplies, and equipment for all fields of microscopy, biological research, and general laboratory requirements. As well as our full line of tools, tweezers, and dissecting equipment. FactSage Family Booth 67 FactSage is one of the largest fully integrated thermochemical software package in the world. FactSage is the result of many decades of collaboration between Thermfact/CRCT (Montreal, Canada) and GTT-Technologies (Aachen, Germany). Today, FactSage has several thousand industrial, governmental and academic users in materials science, pyrometallurgy, hydrometallurgy, electrometallurgy, corrosion, glass technology, combustion, ceramics, geology, anywhere where materials matter! Gasbarre Products Inc. (PTX) Booth 0 Gasbarre Products, Inc. is an international designer, manufacturer, and marketer of capital equipment and related services. We focus on primary process equipment for powder metallurgy, particulate materials, and thermal processing industries worldwide. No matter what your challenging opportunity may be, we can supply the best technically engineered solution for your specific needs. Goodfellow Corporation Booth 50 Goodfellow supplies small to medium quantities of metals and materials for research, development, and prototyping. Our catalog lists a comprehensive range of materials in many forms including rods, wires, tubes, and foils. There is no minimum order quantity and items are in stock for immediate shipment worldwide. Custom-made items are available to special order. Granta Design Booth 404 Granta helps hundreds of engineering enterprises to manage information on materials that are essential to their businesses. We help them to develop and apply material intelligence, making better materials decisions, saving time and money, and reducing risk. We also provide supporting educational resources to thousands of university educators worldwide. Harper International Booth 5 Harper International is a leader in complete thermal processing solutions and services for the production of advanced materials. Harper is on the cutting edge of the most innovative furnace and oven designs in the world, delivering customized settings for processing at high temperatures up to 3000 C and in non-ambient atmospheres. Heraeus Platinum Labware Booth 6 Improve the quality of your sample preparation by improving the quality of your platinum labware. Since 5, Heraeus has produced the highest quality platinum crucibles, dishes, and precious metal products, and offered precious metal recycling services. Heraeus, The Perfect Solution for your Platinum Labware needs. Hitachi High Technologies America Booth 40 Hitachi HTA provides technologically advanced imaging solutions to meet the needs of today s busy research and industrial labs. Our expanding product portfolio includes SEM, TEM, STEM, FIB, Ion Milling instrumentation, AFM and SPM, tabletop SEM, and sample prep systems. HORIBA Instruments, Inc. Booth 3 Determine the size and shape of your particles with an array of HORIBA particle analysis tools. See the dual-camera CAMSIZER in action as it measures faster with higher resolution. Visit our booth for a free consultation with our particle analysis experts on everything from nanoparticle tracking to laser diffraction and image analysis. HORIBA Scientific Booth 60 HORIBA Scientific, world leader in spectroscopic instrumentation, offers products for solids samples analysis from C/S/O/N/H elemental analyzers to GD-OES Spectrometers for bulk and surface analysis and ICP-OES spectrometers. Check out our new EMIA-Expert and EMIA-Pro carbon/sulfur analyzers. Applications include corrosion testing, failure analysis, particle size analysis and moisture analysis Hysitron Booth 305 As the world leader in small scale mechanical testing, Hysitron is dedicated to the development of next-generation testing solutions for nano- and micro-scale materials characterization. Hysitron s comprehensive instrumentation suite accommodates a broad range of in-situ testing techniques that will keep you at the forefront of technology. International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) Booth 60 For over 75 years, our mission has focused on meeting the needs of the scientific community through the publication of the Powder Diffraction File (PDF ) and by providing forums for the exchange of ideas and information. Our current Release 0 of the PDF databases boasts over 7,000 entries. These material identification databases, designed for rapid materials identification, are interfaced with diffractometers and data analysis systems of the world s leading software developers and manufacturers of X-ray equipment. The PDF is available in PDF- Release 0 (9,5 entries); PDF-4+ 0 (39,76 entries); PDF-4/Minerals 0 (45,497 entries); and PDF-4/Organics 0 (56,6 entries). We further promote the application of materials characterization methods by sponsoring the Denver X-ray Conference; its proceedings, Advances in X-ray Analysis and the journal, Powder Diffraction. 06

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208 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) 0 JEOL USA Booth 09 Electron microscopes & tools for materials, failure analysis, forensics, product inspection, nanotech & semiconductor R&D: correlative microscopy solutions; LV & FE-SEMs - for observation/analysis; TEMs - for atomic-level imaging & high-speed mapping; Surface Analyzers/Microprobes (EPMA) ample prep; applications/service expertise; in-booth instrument demonstrations are available. Keyence Corporation Booth 37 KEYENCE Corporation is a world leader in advanced microscopes for imaging and measurement applications. Effortlessly capture fully-focused images and perform 3-D profile and roughness measurements with nanometer-level resolution. From basic inspection to advanced surface characterization, KEY- ENCE Corporation has the microscope products to meet nearly any requirement. Leco Corp. Booth 300 LECO provides a complete line of instrumentation for materials characterization, including elemental analysis, metallographic sample preparation, optics, image analysis and management, hardness testing, and related accessories, plus extensive field and in-house support services. For information, visit Mager Scientific, Inc. Booth 4 Mager provides cutting edge automated sample preparation equipment solutions backed by technical specialists with the expertise and experience to optimize your metallographic laboratory. We are the exclusive U.S. distributor for ATM metallographic equipment, which is complemented by Nikon microscopes, digital cameras and image analysis software, Clemex image analysis software, ELTRA elemental analyzers, and Carbolite furnaces. Metal Samples Co. Booth 54 Mechanical test specimens to evaluate various properties of materials. Tensile, fracture mechanics, and other type specimens machined to ASTM, NACE, or customer-defined specifications. Large inventory of certified material or use customer-supplied material. Precision machining and laser services. Metcut Research Inc. Booth 30 Mechanical property testing and test specimen manufacturing services for metallic, nonmetallic, and composite materials (aerospace, power generation, ground transportation, biomedical). Structural testing expertise. Microstructural analysis, including SEM/EDS, of materials and coatings. Thermophysical property determination. Locations in Cincinnati, Ohio (Metcut Research and Cincinnati Testing Laboratories) and Nantes, France (Metcut Recherches S.A.S.). MicroTrac Booth 539 Millipore Sigma (Sigma Aldrich) Booth 605 Sigma-Aldrich Materials Science is the leading provider of materials for use in energy, biomedical, and electronics research. Our inorganic and organic chemicals, polymers, nanomaterials, and materials for electronics and alternative energy are used in research and manufacturing worldwide. Sigma-Aldrich Materials Science is a strategic technology initiative of MilliporeSigma, a business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany. For more information, visit MRL Materials Resources LLC Booth 537 MSE Supplies LLC Booth 5 MSE Supplies (msesupplies.com) is a U.S. based leading supplier of high quality materials & equipment for advanced materials research and production. We provide standard and customized products: milling equipment and accessories, arc melting & quenching equipment, rare earth metals & compounds, lithium battery materials, single crystals and substrates, TCO (FTO, ITO, AZO) substrates, custom ceramic & metal sputtering targets, high purity inorganics, graphene and other nano-materials. MTI Corporation Booth 600 MTI Corporation has been providing a total solution for materials research labs since 995. MTI supplies ceramic, crystal, metallic substrates from A-Z and nano-powder. We also provides laboratory R&D equipment and equipment for battery and energy materials research. MTS Systems Corporation Booth 337 MTS provides high-performance testing solutions to address a broad spectrum of materials testing requirements - from simple tension compression to fracture mechanics to complex multi-axial fatigue. The versatile product portfolio is engineered to help customers pursue research and development of a range of advanced materials including metals, composites, ceramics, and polymers. Nabertherm Inc. Booth 64 Nabertherm with 450 employees worldwide have been developing and producing industrial furnaces for many different applications for over 60 years. As a manufacturer, Nabertherm offers the widest and deepest range of furnaces worldwide. 50,000 satisfied customers in more than 00 countries offer proof of our commitment to excellent design, quality, and cost efficiency. NACE International Booth 54 NACE International, The Worldwide Corrosion Authority, is recognized as the premier authority for corrosion control solutions. Located in Houston, Texas, with offices in the U.S., China, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and Brazil, the organization serves all industries impacted by corrosion.

209 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA Visit Struers at Booth #44 and #45 Come see the Struers Mobile Showroom and view live demonstrations of our: > Cut-off machines > Hot mounting presses > Grinder/polishers > Hardness testers To schedule your Mobile Showroom demo us at Space and times are limited, so reserve your slot today! 09

210 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) 0 Nanoscience Instruments, Inc. Booth 6 For 5 years, Nanoscience Instruments has delivered a wide variety of analytical solutions to academia and industry. We specialize in surface science and nanoscale microscopy instrumentation, including benchtop SEM s, portable AFMs & STMs, 3D optical profilers, micro and nanomanipulation systems, as well as consumables and accessories for these instruments. More information is available from the Nanoscience Instruments website. Nanovea Booth 35 Ease of use, advanced automation, and the dedication to superior accuracy are the driving forces behind Nanovea s full range of profilometers, mechanical testers, and tribometers. Unlike other manufacturers, Nanovea also provides laboratory and consulting services. Clients are given access to years of experience to improve quality control and materials development. Netzsch Instruments N.A. LLC Booth 505 Thermal analysis, thermal properties, calorimetry, and contract testing services; DSC, DTA, TGA, STA (Simultaneous DSC/DTA-TGA) from cryogenic to +400C, evolved gas analysis by coupled FTIR&MS&GC-MS, specific heat measurement, dilatometers, DMA, DEA, TMA, thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity, and more. NSL Analytical Services, Inc. Booth 437 Since 945, NSL has provided the highest standards of product quality from design to launch by providing trusted materials testing results. Our clients appreciate the fast turnaround time and the technology we continually invest in to produce accurate, reliable results. Learn how NSL can work with you to solve your product performance challenges. Oxford Instruments Booth 309 Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis provides leading-edge tools that enable materials characterization and sample manipulation at the nanometer scale. Used on electron microscopes (SEM and TEM) and ion-beam systems (FIB), our tools are used for R&D across a wide range of academic and industrial applications including semiconductors, renewable energy, mining, metallurgy, and forensics. Pace Technologies Booth 57 PACE Technologies is a leading manufacturer of equipment and consumables for the surface preparation and analysis of materials. Our core business is developing, manufacturing, and delivering effective, yet economic metallographic preparation solutions. PANalytical Booth 603 Elemental excellence - our new Zetium XRF is an integration of WDXRF, EDXRF and XRD, delivering analytical power, speed and task flexibility. Our Empyrean XRD gets the GaliPIX3D detector, with unsurpassed efficiency, dynamic range and resolution, for hard radiation applications like CT/PDF. See how PANalytical can help you get insight. Park Systems Inc. Booth 53 Park Systems is a world leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopy (AFM) systems with a complete range of products for researchers and industry engineers in biological science, materials research, semiconductor, and storage industries. Park s AFM provides the highest data accuracy, superior productivity, and lowest operating cost. See our Park NX0 and Park NX0, the premiere choices for nanotechnology research, at Photron USA, Inc. Booth 433 Photron is the global leader in high-speed imaging technology, ultra-high-speed camera systems and slow motion analysis. The company has revolutionized the industry, providing extraordinary light sensitivity in the highest-speed imaging systems available. Markets include military, automotive, broadcast, particle image velocimetry (PIV), digital image correlation (DIC), ballistics testing, and more. PREMIER Lab Supply, Inc. Booth 43 PREMIER manufactures and distributes XRF sample preparation consumables, equipment and platinum labware items. PREMIER s consumables include XRF liquid sample cells, thin films and sample support materials, along with products and accessories for press pelletizing, and fusion. Visit our booth to learn about our electric xrfuse and 6 position fusion machines. PROTO Manufacturing, INC Booth 65 PROTO is a leading manufacturer of portable and laboratory based x-ray diffraction systems. Our product line includes residual stress and retained austenite measurement systems, powder diffraction, Laue single crystal orientation, X-ray tubes and custom XRD systems. Measurement services are available through ISO 705 laboratories in the United States and Canada. Pulstec Booth 604 Pulstec provides non-destructive X-ray diffraction(x- RD) based stress analyzer. This small, light-weight, low-cost, low-radiation-dose, fast-cycletime analyzer can measure residual-stress, FWHM and retained-austenite by detecting the full Debye ring s profile from single incident X-ray angle. Ideal to use in a lab and field. Quantum Design Booth 0 Quantum Design manufactures automated cryomagnetic material characterization systems, providing magnetic, electrical and thermal measurements (±6T, 50mK -000K), and distributes FMR and Raman solutions for these platforms. They also distribute direct-write, thermal scanning probe and e-beam nano-lithography systems, as well as a novel AFM solution for seamless integration into SEM/FIB, thereby adding 3D topography, magnetic, mechanical, and electric characterization at nanometer scales.

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212 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) Renishaw Booth 56 Renishaw is the world leader in high-sensitivity confocal Raman instrumentation. Offering systems based on confocal microscopes and advanced fiber optic probes, we can provide a wide variety of configurations and diverse applications from semiconductors to materials and contaminants. Renishaw instruments are employed in many cutting-edge research laboratories and production environments. Rigaku Booth 60 Rigaku provides the world s most complete line of X-ray diffraction and X-ray fluorescence instruments and components. Systems include the miniflex benchtop XRD, supermini benchtop WDXRF systems, SmartLab multi-purpose diffractometers with SAXS and in-plane capabilities, DMAX Rapid II micro-diffraction systems, SMAX3000 small angle scattering systems,zsx Primus series of high-powered WDXRF spectrometers. RJ Lee Group Booth 47 Our accredited materials characterization laboratory is the foundation of all the services RJ Lee Group provides, including standardized testing for compliance. industrial hygiene and environmental analyses, quality control, and materials research and development. We understand and employ current methodologies mandated by government standards such as OSHA, NIOSH, MSHA, and the EPA. Rtec-Instruments, Inc. Booth 49 Rtec-Instruments develops and manufactures advanced imaging and surface mechanical property measurement solutions for research and industrial applications. Based out of Silicon Valley, we are a leading provider of test instrumentation such as tribometer, optical profilometer, scratch tester, micro hardness tester. Sente Software Booth 55 Developers of JMatPro, a powerful simulation software package for calculating a wide range of materials properties and behavior for multi-component alloys used in industrial practice (with data exports to casting, forming, forging and heat treatment packages). We have a proven track record for innovation and excellence with customers worldwide. Setaram Inc. Booth 36 Setaram Inc. provides a full range of thermal analysis, calorimetry and gas & vapor sorption solutions for scientists who are primarily interested in experimental control, quality results, and instrument versatility. Solar Manufacturing Booth 3 solarmfg.com SPEX SamplePrep Booth 33 SPEX SamplePrep has a full range of mills and grinders for the toughest samples. Our products include high-energy ball mills and cryogenic mills. The Mixer/Mill has become the industry standard for mechanical alloying applications. Our Freezer/Mill, a powerful cryogenic mill grinds tough or temperature sensitive samples. Visit com for information. SPI Supplies Booth 04 SPI Supplies offers consumables and small instruments for sample preparation of materials using SEM, TEM, LM and SPM disciplines. We offer a range of coaters, cleaners, and ion mill systems. Introducing the REBEKA BSE system for SEMs. Consumables include a full line of tweezers, calibration aids, sample preparation and many other supplies used in the routine operation and maintenance. Structure Probe, Inc., parent company of SPI Supplies, offers analytical services in electron microscopy. Springer Booth 409 Looking to publish your research? Discover Springer s print and electronic publication services, including open access! Get high-quality review, maximum readership and rapid distribution. Visit our booth or springer.com/authors. You can also browse key titles in your field and buy (e)books at discount prices. With Springer you are in good company. Struers Inc. Booth 44 & 45 Struers Inc., the world leader in materialographic solutions, provides an entire range of equipment and consumables for materialographic specimen preparation from manual machines to sophisticated preparation equipment. Complementing its materialographic products, Struers also sells an extensive line of hardness testers and Zeiss microscopes providing a comprehensive range of lab solutions. TA Instruments Booth 64 TA Instruments provides innovative materials characterization by thermal analysis, rheology, and calorimetry. See our complete line of instruments for thermal conductivity and diffusivity by laser or xenon flash, heat flow meter, or guarded hot plate. Learn about the latest in horizontal, vertical, true-differential, and non-contact optical dilatometry and heating microscopes. Taylor & Francis Booth 60 For two centuries, Taylor & Francis has been committed to the publication of scholarly research and now publishes a wide variety of journals and books. Visit our booth to learn more about our author resources and check out our materials science journals portfolio.

213 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA Visit our workshop Hands on Techniques at MS&T7: Preparation, Characterization and Analysis of Powder Metals for Additive Manufacturing Two Hour Course, offered on multiple dates/times: Tuesday Oct. 0th, 07: :30 a.m. :30 p.m. :00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. Wednesday Oct. th, 07: 9:30 a.m. :30 a.m. :00 p.m. :00 p.m. Westin Convention Center Pittsburgh West room on the second floor REGISTER TODAY! This workshop is sponsored by Science for Solids Materialography Heat Treatment Elemental Analysis Milling & Sieving Particle Analysis VERDER SCIENTIFIC sets standards in high-tech equipment for quality control, research and development of solid matter. The well-known Verder Scientific brands have served research institutions, analytical laboratories as well as manufacturing companies in quality control and process applications for many decades with ever more sophisticated and reliable products which offer the solution to their individual task. Verder Scientific Inc. Penns Trail Suite 300 Newtown PA 940 USA Phone:

214 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) 4 TEC Materials Testing Booth 5 At TEC Materials Testing, we ve dedicated ourselves to improving the quality of manufactured products through application of advanced scientific methods in our products and services. We design and manufacture x-ray diffraction (XRD) systems to provide superior residual stress and retained austenite testing of metal and ceramic commercial engineering components. Ted Pella, Inc. Booth 533 Ted Pella, Inc. is a leading USA based supplier of microscopy products for science and industry. We are proud of our 4 year history globally serving the needs of scientists and technicians across many industries and applied sciences. Visit us at Booth #533 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc. Booth 46 Tekna is the world leader in RF plasma technology. For over 5 years, Tekna has specialized in the development, design and fabrication of RF plasma systems for nanoparticle synthesis and powder metallurgy applications, such as spheroidization, purification and plasma atomization. Tekna is also specialized in the production of high quality, micron size powders and nanoparticles. In particular, Tekna produces class-leading materials for Additive Manufacturing, such as Ti- 6Al-4V, AlSi0Mg and W. TESCAN USA Booth 30 TESCAN USA is a leading supplier in North America of scanning electron microscopes and focused ion beam workstations. The quality, performance and reliability of our products are the foundation of our business, serving customers in academia, industry, and the government sector. TevTech, LLC Booth 3 TevTech designs and manufactures custom vacuum furnaces. With applications including CVD SiC edge rings and shower heads, CMC components sintering, CVI, purification with installations around the world. Services and products offered also include engineering services, hot zone redesigns, gas delivery systems, and control systems The American Ceramic Society Booth 7 ACerS is the premier organization for ceramics and glass engineers, scientists, manufacturers, educators, and students. Members stay on the cutting edge of science and technology advancements with journals, conferences, magazines, phase diagrams, books, workforce development, and training. Connect with ACerS global networks of,000 members. Thermal Technology LLC Booth 33 Thermal Technology LLC is a U.S. based high temperature equipment manufacturer with more than 60 years experience. We manufacture leading edge direct current and conventional hot press systems, high temperature vacuum/ controlled atmosphere furnaces, and arc furnaces. Our services include a world class materials development lab, industry leading technical support, and aftermarket OEM parts/consumables. Thermcraft Inc. Booth 45 Thermcraft is an international leading manufacturer of laboratory furnaces, industrial furnaces and ovens, high temperature heating elements, and insulation products. With over 44 years of thermal processing knowledge, we can work with you to find the solution that best fits your needs. At Thermcraft, customer service is our # priority! Thermo-Calc Software Inc. Booth 3 Thermo-Calc Software: A leading developer of software and databases for computational thermodynamics and diffusion simulations for multicomponent systems. Thermo-Calc: a powerful tool for thermodynamic and phase equilibria calculations. DICTRA: a unique tool for accurate simulations of diffusion controlled transformations. TC-PRISMA: a new tool for predictions of precipitation kinetics. Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly FEI) Booth 509 Thermo Fisher Scientific supplies innovative solutions for microscopy and microanalysis. We provide SEMs, TEMs, and DualBeam FIB/SEMs combined with advanced software suites to take customers from questions to usable data by combining high-resolution imaging with physical, elemental, chemical, and electrical analysis across scales and modes through the broadest sample types. Thinky USA Booth 36 PLANETARY CENTRIFUGAL BUBBLE-FREE MIX- ER: Mixes, disperses, and degasses materials (0.5g to 0kg) in minutes. With or without the use of built-in vacuum pump. NANO PULVERIZER: Pulverizes your materials to nano-size In Minutes with very sharp particle size dispersion. Built-in chiller (-0 C) contributes to sustain crystallinity. Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC Booth 3 Providing customers of varying industries across the country with fast, accurate, and friendly materials testing services and analysis. UES, Inc. Booth 609 Robo-Met 3D from UES is a fully automated system for metallographic three-dimensional microstructural investigations. The system precisely and sequentially grinds, polishes, optionally etches, and optically images microstructures. Because it s fully automated, the Robo-Met.3D system will increase efficiency and provide 3D insights with high resolution analyzing large volumes of materials.

215 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA COMPANY DESCRIPTIONS (As of 9//7) University of Warsaw Booth 7 Verder Scientific, Inc Booth 4 Verder Scientific Inc. sets the standards in high-tech scientific equipment for quality control, research, and development. The company manufactures and supplies laboratory instruments for sample preparation and heat treatment of solid materials. Comprised of the Retsch & Carbolite product brands,verder Scientific, Inc. is the leader in sample preparation and treatment. Verichek Technical Services, Inc. Booth 9 Verichek Technical Services, Inc. was founded in 99 to answer a demand by the metals industry for positive metal identification (PMI) and spectrometer service. This began with application support, providing the identification of metal, which led to OES spectrometer (metal analyzer) sales, training and spectrometer service. More than 5 years later, Verichek Technical Services remains a metal analysis leader. www. verichek.net Vision Research Booth 0 Vision Research designs and manufactures highspeed digital imaging systems that are used in all military, industry, academic and entertainment sectors. Marketed under the Phantom brand, our cameras allow you to analyze physical phenomena when it s too fast to see, and too important not to. Please visit for additional information. Vodik Energy Booth 59 VYKON is the trade mark name of Vodik s nano-structured steel. To produce Vykon, our proprietary catalyst is added into the ladle of an electric arc furnace, transforming the metal. Specific instructions are delivered at the molecular level creating an extremely fine grain structure. This fine grain structure mimics Austenitic steels in strength with mild carbon steel chemistries and without quenching or tempering. Wiley Booth 56 Wiley is a content-driven, customer-focused provider of industry knowledge services for research professionals, professors and students alike. As a publishing partner of both TMS and The American Ceramic Society, Wiley provides the best and most up-to-date content in all aspects of this field. Zircar Ceramics Booth 67 ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc. manufactures ceramic fiber based high temperature thermal and electrical insulation products for use at temperatures to 5C. Offering boards, cylinders, blankets, papers, textiles, coatings and adhesives. Furnace Insulation Assemblies, Resistance Heated Modules and a special emphasis on precision custom CNC machined components. Legendary Heritage in High Performance! Zircar Zirconia, Inc Booth 336 Zircar Zirconia, Inc. employs the original ZIRCAR process to manufacture yttria stabilized zirconia fibers, textiles, and rigid, vacuum formed boards and cylinders for applictions up to 00C. Additional fiber chemistries include pure alumina, ceria, yttria and zirconia produced with this unique method. Product applications include insulation, separators, setters and gaskets in crystal growing, powder metal sintering, fuel cells, furnace construction, quartz working and filtration membranes. We manufacture standard 600C and 700C, molybdenum disilicide heated, 0V, lab furnaces and custom designed furnace hot zones. Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc. Booth 65 WMT&R is regarded as a world leader in materials testing. For 50 years, the company has remained in the forefront in testing for the Aerospace, Automotive, Medical, Composites & Nuclear industries. Our company is recognized for its wealth of knowledge & experience to fulfill all of our customer s needs. We are dedicated to a philosophy of continuous improvement in methods and technologies to make our services better, faster and more cost-effective. WMT&R is Nadcap accredited. 5

216 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INDEX Booth# Booth# CERAMIC PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Ceramic Matrix Composites (CMCs) UES, Inc ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Coatings Tekna Plasma Systems Inc ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Components AdValue Technology...50 ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Cutting Tools Buehler...50 MTI Corporation Quantum Design...0 Struers... 44, 45 Dryers MTI Corporation Thermcraft Inc Fiber Insulation Thermcraft Inc ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Furnaces Applied Test Systems...30 California Nanotechnologies...35 Deltech Furnaces Harper International...5 MSE Supplies LLC...5 MTI Corporation Nabertherm Inc Thermcraft Inc Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Hydraulic Pressing Gasbarre Products Inc. (PTX)... 0 MTI Corporation Inspection/QC Buehler...50 Keyence Corporation...37 Pace Technologies...57 Kilns CM Furnaces...34 Harper International...5 Nabertherm...64 Thermcraft Inc ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Mixers/Mills/Grinders MSE Supplies LLC...5 MTI Corporation SPEX SamplePrep...33 Thinky USA Inc Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 Refractory Ceramics Thermcraft Inc Single Crystals MSE Supplies LLC...5 MTI Corporation Quantum Design...0 Rigaku...60 COMMERCIAL MATERIALS TESTING/CHARACTERIZATION SERVICES Commercial Materials Testing Andeen-Hagerling, Inc Cameca Instruments Inc Ebatco...5 Harper International...5 Hysitron Metcut Research...30 MSE Supplies LLC...5 Nanovea...35 Netzsch Instruments N.A. LLC PROTO Manufacturing, INC Rtec-Instruments, Inc Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc ELECTRONICS Electronic Materials Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Quantum Design...0 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS AND RELATED INTERESTS Atmosphere Equipment/Control Harper International...5 Electrical Engineering Quantum Design...0 Energy/Combustion FactSage Family...67 Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Equipment Design Gasbarre Products Inc. (PTX)... 0 Harper International...5 Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) California Nanotechnologies...35 Centorr Vacuum Industries...34 CM Furnaces...34 EDAX Inc Rigaku...60 Rtec-Instruments, Inc Tekna Plasma Systems Inc ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Maintenance and Reliability Gasbarre Products Inc. (PTX)

217 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INDEX Booth# Booth# Modeling Processes FactSage Family...67 Sente Software...55 Sales and Marketing MSE Supplies LLC...5 HEAT TREATING EQUIPMENT & SERVICES Commercial Heat Treating Services Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Harper International...5 Consumables AdValue Technology...50 Buehler...50 Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Heat Treating Equipment Applied Test Systems...30 Harper International...5 Nabertherm Inc Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 MACHINING & METAL CUTTING EQUIPMENT Cutting Tools Buehler...50 Struers... 44, 45 MATERIALS TESTING/CHARACTERIZATION EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Color Analysis Brook Anco Corporation... Clemex Technologies, Inc Consumables AdValue Technology...50 Allied High Tech...40 Angstrom Scientific, Inc Electron Microscopy Sciences...69 Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 LECO Corporation Nanoscience Instruments, Inc Pace Technologies...57 Park Systems Inc PREMIER Lab Supply, Inc Corrosion Testing Bruker Corporation...6 HORIBA Scientific...60 Metal Samples Co Rtec-Instruments, Inc SPI Supplies...04 Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Creep Testers Anton Paar USA... Applied Test Systems...30 Hysitron Nanovea...35 Extensometers Applied Test Systems...30 MTS Systems Corporation Failure Analysis Allied High Tech...40 Angstrom Scientific, Inc Ebatco...5 EDAX Inc Hitachi High Technologies America...40 HORIBA Scientific...60 Hysitron JEOL...09 Keyence Corporation...37 MSE Supplies LLC...5 Nanovea...35 Pace Technologies...57 PANalytical Park Systems Inc Photron USA, Inc Pulstec SPI Supplies...04 Struers... 44, 45 Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly FEI) Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Verichek Technical Services, Inc Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Fatigue Testers Metal Samples Co MTS Systems Corporation Photron USA, Inc Pulstec TA Instruments...64 Verichek Technical Services, Inc Fractures Toughness Testing Equipment Angstrom Scientific, Inc Ebatco...5 Hysitron Metal Samples Co MTS Systems Corporation Nanovea...35 Photron USA, Inc Pulstec Glass Testing Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 Hysitron Nanovea...35 Photron USA, Inc TA Instruments

218 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INDEX Booth# Booth# Hardness Testing Equipment Allied High Tech...40 Anton Paar USA... Brook Anco Corporation... Bruker Corporation...6 Buehler...50 Clemex Technologies, Inc Ebatco...5 HORIBA Scientific...60 Hysitron LECO Corporation Nanoscience Instruments, Inc Nanovea...35 PANalytical Pulstec Struers... 44, 45 TA Instruments...64 Verichek Technical Services, Inc Image Analyzers Angstrom Scientific, Inc Brook Anco Corporation... Buehler...50 Carl Zeiss Microscopy LLC Clemex Technologies, Inc Keyence Corporation...37 LECO Corporation Nanovea...35 PANalytical Photron USA, Inc Struers... 44, 45 Materials Selection Buehler...50 Cameca Instruments Inc Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 Photron USA, Inc Quantum Design...0 Mechanical Testing (including hardness) Angstrom Scientific, Inc Anton Paar USA... Brook Anco Corporation... Bruker Corporation...6 California Nanotechnologies...35 Ebatco...5 Hysitron MTS Systems Corporation Nanoscience Instruments, Inc Nanovea...35 Pace Technologies...57 Park Systems Inc Rtec-Instruments, Inc Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Metallographic Specimen Preparation Equipment / Supplies Allied High Tech...40 Brook Anco Corporation... Buehler...50 Hitachi High Technologies America...40 JEOL...09 LECO Corporation Pace Technologies...57 SPI Supplies...04 Struers... 44, 45 UES, Inc Metallographs Allied High Tech...40 Brook Anco Corporation... Clemex Technologies, Inc Keyence Corporation...37 LECO Corporation UES, Inc Microelectronic Failure Analysis Allied High Tech...40 Angstrom Scientific, Inc Cameca Instruments Inc JEOL...09 Keyence Corporation...37 MSE Supplies LLC...5 SPI Supplies...04 Struers... 44, 45 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Microscopes Allied High Tech...40 Brook Anco Corporation... Bruker Corporation...6 Buehler...50 Cameca Instruments Inc Carl Zeiss Microscopy LLC Clemex Technologies, Inc Electron Microscopy Sciences...69 HORIBA Scientific...60 JEOL...09 Keyence Corporation...37 LECO Corporation MSE Supplies LLC...5 Park Systems Inc Rigaku...60 Struers... 44, 45 Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly FEI) Moisture Analysis Anton Paar USA... HORIBA Scientific...60 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Optical and/or Electron Microscopy (SEM, TEM, etc.) Angstrom Scientific, Inc Anton Paar USA... Brook Anco Corporation... Bruker Corporation...6 Cameca Instruments Inc Ebatco...5 Electron Microscopy Sciences...69 Hitachi High Technologies America...40 HORIBA Scientific...60 JEOL...09 Keyence Corporation...37 LECO Corporation Nanoscience Instruments, Inc.... 6

219 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INDEX Booth# Booth# Photron USA, Inc SPI Supplies...04 Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly FEI) Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Particle Size Analysis Andeen-Hagerling, Inc Angstrom Scientific, Inc Anton Paar USA... Brook Anco Corporation... Cameca Instruments Inc Clemex Technologies, Inc Ebatco...5 EDAX Inc HORIBA Instruments, Inc HORIBA Scientific...60 Keyence Corporation...37 PANalytical Photron USA, Inc Rigaku...60 SPI Supplies...04 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Quality Control Allied High Tech...40 Andeen-Hagerling, Inc Bruker Corporation...6 Buehler...50 Cameca Instruments Inc Clemex Technologies, Inc EDAX Inc Netzsch Instruments N.A. LLC PANalytical Rtec-Instruments, Inc SPEX SamplePrep...33 Struers... 44, 45 Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 Verichek Technical Services, Inc Residual Stress Analyzers / Testers American Stress Technologies...50 Anton Paar USA... PANalytical PROTO Manufacturing, INC Pulstec Rigaku...60 Verichek Technical Services, Inc Tensile Testers Metal Samples Co MTS Systems Corporation Photron USA, Inc TA Instruments...64 Test / Lab Furnaces / Environmental Chambers Applied Test Systems...30 Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 MTS Systems Corporation Nabertherm Inc Park Systems Inc Photron USA, Inc Rtec-Instruments, Inc TA Instruments...64 Thermcraft Inc Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 Zircar Zirconia, Inc Thermal Analysis Anton Paar USA... Ebatco...5 Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 Hitachi High Technologies America...40 MSE Supplies LLC...5 Netzsch Instruments N.A. LLC PANalytical TA Instruments...64 Westmoreland Mechanical Testing & Research, Inc Thickness Gages Brook Anco Corporation... Torsion Testers Anton Paar USA... TA Instruments...64 Tribology Anton Paar USA... Bruker Corporation...6 Ebatco...5 Hysitron Keyence Corporation...37 Nanovea...35 Rtec-Instruments, Inc TA Instruments...64 Universal (Tension / Compression) Load Cell MTS Systems Corporation Rtec-Instruments, Inc Universal (tension/compression) machine Testing Applied Test Systems...30 MTS Systems Corporation Rtec-Instruments, Inc METALS & ALLOYS FERROUS METALS Cast Irons Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 Verichek Technical Services, Inc... 9 Iron Goodfellow Corporation...50 Verichek Technical Services, Inc... 9 Other Specialty Ferrous Materials Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Vodik Energy...59 Stainless Steels Goodfellow Corporation...50 Thermo-Calc Software Inc Steels, Carbon &/or Alloy Goodfellow Corporation...50 Thermo-Calc Software Inc Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 Verichek Technical Services, Inc... 9 Vodik Energy

220 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INDEX Booth# Booth# Tool Steels Thermo-Calc Software Inc Verichek Technical Services, Inc... 9 NONFERROUS METALS Aluminium and Aluminum Alloys Goodfellow Corporation...50 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc Thermo-Calc Software Inc Verichek Technical Services, Inc... 9 Copper Alloys Goodfellow Corporation...50 Thermo-Calc Software Inc Engineered Materials Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 Magnesium Alloys Goodfellow Corporation...50 Thermo-Calc Software Inc Nickel-, Nickel-Iron-, and Cobalt-Base High-Performance Alloys Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Thermo-Calc Software Inc Refractory Metals Goodfellow Corporation...50 Superalloys Thermo-Calc Software Inc Titanium Alloys Tekna Plasma Systems Inc Thermo-Calc Software Inc OTHER MATERIALS Consulting Services NSL Analytical Services Park Systems Inc Contract R & D Services NSL Analytical Services Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Fuel Cells Vodik Energy...59 Glass SPI Supplies...04 Nanomaterials MSE Supplies LLC...5 Park Systems Inc Rigaku...60 SPI Supplies...04 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc Thinky USA Inc Vodik Energy...59 Nanotechnologies Cameca Instruments Inc Hitachi High Technologies America...40 HORIBA Instruments, Inc Park Systems Inc Rigaku...60 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc Thinky USA Inc Polymer Matrix Composites SPI Supplies...04 Software Providers Clemex Technologies, Inc EDAX Inc Granta Design International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) Thermo-Calc Software Inc OTHER SERVICES Consulting Services CompuTherm...5 Ebatco...5 FactSage Family...67 NSL Analytical Services RJ Lee Group...47 Sente Software...55 Thermcraft Inc Contract R & D Services California Nanotechnologies...35 CompuTherm...5 FactSage Family...67 NSL Analytical Services UES, Inc Fuel Cells Vodik Energy...59 Nanotechnologies Cameca Instruments Inc Hysitron JEOL...09 Nanovea...35 Park Systems Inc Rigaku...60 Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly FEI) Thinky USA Inc Software Providers Clemex Technologies, Inc CompuTherm...5 FactSage Family...67 Granta Design International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD) Sente Software...55 Thermo Fisher Scientific (formerly FEI)

221 OCTOBER, 07 DAVID L. LAWRENCE CONVENTION CENTER PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INDEX Booth# Booth# PLASTICS Advanced Composites NSL Analytical Services TA Instruments...64 Polymers Goodfellow Corporation...50 NSL Analytical Services TA Instruments...64 Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 Refractory Metal Powders NSL Analytical Services POWDER METALLURGY (P/M) MATERIALS Ceramic & Metallic Powder AdValue Technology...50 California Nanotechnologies...35 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc Other Nonferrous Metal Powders Tekna Plasma Systems Inc Stainless Steel Powders Goodfellow Corporation...50 Steel Powders Goodfellow Corporation...50 PROCESSES Alloy Production Sente Software...55 Brazing CM Furnaces...34 Casting Sente Software...55 Coatings Hysitron UES, Inc Firing/Drying/Melting CM Furnaces...34 Zircar Zirconia, Inc Heat Treating Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Harper International...5 Sente Software...55 Thermcraft Inc Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Hot Rolling MTI Corporation Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC...3 Machining/Grinding Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Metcut Research...30 Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Zircar Zirconia, Inc Mixing/Milling/Grinding California Nanotechnologies...35 MTI Corporation PREMIER Lab Supply, Inc SPEX SamplePrep...33 Thinky USA Inc Verder Scientific, Inc... 4 Powder Metallurgy California Nanotechnologies...35 CM Furnaces...34 Tekna Plasma Systems Inc Pressing (Mechanical, Hydraulic, Compacting) Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Gasbarre Products Inc. (PTX)... 0 MTI Corporation Surface Engineering/Modification Metal Samples Co Vacuum Degassing California Nanotechnologies...35 Thinky USA Inc Welding/Joining Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Metal Samples Co Sente Software...55 PUBLICATIONS (JOURNALS, BUSINESS MAGAZINES) Publications Springer Taylor & Francis Group Wiley...56 REFRACTORIES/FURNACE INSULATION Refractories - Furnace Insulation Thermcraft Inc ZIRCAR Ceramics, Inc Zircar Zirconia, Inc SERVICES - MATERIALS INFORMATION RESOURCES Academia FactSage Family...67 Granta Design Rigaku...60 Taylor & Francis Group Wiley...56

222 MATSCITECH.ORG MS&T 7 MATERIALS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INDEX Booth# Engineering Software FactSage Family...67 Granta Design Sente Software...55 Engineering/Scientific Journals Springer Wiley...56 Quality Management EDAX Inc Research & Development EDAX Inc FactSage Family...67 Granta Design Harper International...5 Sente Software...55 UES, Inc Technology Transfer UES, Inc SURFACE ENGINEERING Commercial Surface Engrg. Services & Coating Services UES, Inc VACUUM EQUIPMENT Pumps SPI Supplies...04 Thermcraft Inc WELDING AND JOINING EQUIPMENT Solders Thinky USA Inc Kilns Nabertherm Inc SERVICES - PARTSMAKING/MATERIALS PROCESSING Cladding Metal Samples Co Contract Welding Metal Samples Co Contract/Toll Ceramic Processing California Nanotechnologies...35 UES, Inc CVD, PVD Coating UES, Inc Heat Treating Amuneal Mfg Corp...00 Harper International...5 Metal Samples Co Machining, Grinding, Cutting, Drilling Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 Metal Samples Co Metcut Research...30 Touchstone Testing Lab, LLC... 3 Metal Casting Heraeus Platinum Labware...6 P/M Sintering California Nanotechnologies...35 Pressing (Wet or Dry) Heraeus Platinum Labware...6

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