Alloys

Alloys and intermetallics are without doubt the most commercially important advanced materials, and they are among the most innovative: Thousands of alloys are patented each year. The majority of the steel now sold, by value, uses compositions that are still in patent – less than 20 years old. Many experts describe an ongoing revolution in the field. Experimental characterization and computer modeling methods are coming together to reveal the atomistic scale origins of macroscopic materials performance such as strength, creep, and fatigue. There is potential for intelligent design and discovery of materials with remarkable new properties far from current compositions.

This symposium will highlight this potential and early success stories. It will feature exiting new materials, techniques, and industrially relevant insights into alloy performance.

Symposium Sessions

Wednesday June 18

8:30Metal Composites
10:30Innovation Spotlights: Defense: Lockheed Martin & Capewell
1:30Innovation Spotlights: Materials-Energy: 3M & SABIC

Symposium Program

Wednesday June 18

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8:30Metal CompositesAzalea 3
Session chair: Thomas E. Twardowski, Integra Life Sciences Corporation (bio)
8:30Novel Aluminum-CNT composites for structural applications
A.M.K. Esawi, E. Salama, The American University in Cairo, EG
8:50Composite of silver nanoparticles in glass nanofibers produced by Laser Spinning
B. Cabal, F. Quintero, L.A. Díaz, F. Rojo, O. Dieste, J. Pou, R. Torrecillas, J.S. Moya, University of Vigo, ES
9:10Laser-induced synthesis of hybrid C-Au-Ag nanostructures: nanoparticles, nanoflakes, nanoflowers
A. Manshina, A. Povolotskiy, A. Povolotskaya, I. Koshevoy, S. Tunik, St.Petersburg State University, RU
9:30Facile Deposition of Gold Nanostructures on Polyaniline under Electrochemical Control
R.M. West, S. Semancik, National Institute of Standards and Technology, US
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10:30Innovation Spotlights: Defense: Lockheed Martin & CapewellNational Harbor 3
Session chair: David Novak, Inventis Group, US
10:30Lockheed Martin - Strategic Innovation Interests
B. Pietras, Lockheed Martin, US
10:45Capewell - Strategic Innovation Interests
I. Boerenko, Capewell, US
11:00ScreenADAPT
K. Hale, Design Interactive Inc., US
11:07Conductive Additives for Coating Solutions
V. Hrechka, PolyDrop, US
11:14Concealed Weapons Detector
L. Loev, Ariel University R&D Co. Ltd., IL
11:21Small, Lightweight, and Affordable Head Up Display (HUD)
P. Johnson, HOLOEYE Systems, Inc., US
11:28Filtergraph
K. Stasson, Vanderbilt University, US
11:35Lockheed Martin, Capewell Q&A
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1:30Innovation Spotlights: Materials-Energy: 3M & SABICNational Harbor 3
Session chair: Purnesh Seegopaul, Pangaea Ventures, US
1:303M - Strategic Innovation Interests
T. Hebrink (invited), 3M, US
1:45SABIC - Strategic Innovation Interests
J. Amarasekera, SABIC, US
2:00Fiber Supported Ionic Liquid Sorbents
J. Sosenko, National Energy Technology Laboratory, US
2:07Hollow Fiber Membrane for Dehydration of Organic Solvents via Pervaporation
YP Yong, National University of Singapore, SG
2:14Membrane Dehydrator
L. DiNetta, Compact Membrane Systems, Inc., US
2:21Photoelectrochemical (PEC) Production of Hydrogen
E. Payne, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US
2:28Solar Renewable energy generation, Solar Panel Manufacture, Concentrator Solar Panel
R. Kokenyesi, Beet Inc., US
2:353M, SABIC Q&A

Topics & Application Areas

  • Micro and nanostructure design
  • Characterization
  • Simulation approaches
  • Semiconductors and electronics applications
  • Novel materials and applications
  • Other

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Please contact: Denise Lee


TechConnect Acceleration Partners:

BASF
Bosch
Corning
Dupont
Jabil
Lockheed Martin
LORD
MWV
momentive
nationalgrid
SAINT-GOBAIN
Sabic
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