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Symposium II: Glass Physics

 

Glassy materials play a vital role in a multitude of scientific and technological disciplines, and research in glass occurs at the interface of materials chemistry and physics, engineering, and industrial manufacturing. These materials have traditionally been designed and processed empirically through trial-and-error experimentation. To advance the field of glass science and technology, an unprecedented level of understanding of glass physics is required.

 

This symposium will address the fundamental principles and applications of glass physics, across a variety of chemistries (oxide, metallic, organic, chalcogenide etc.) and length scales (from the atomistic glass structure to large-scale behavior of glass products), and including contributions from experiments, theory, and modeling. Session topics will cover the fundamentals of glass formation and crystallization, modeling and theory development, and changes in various macroscopic properties as a function of chemistry and processing.

 

Session 1: Glass Transition and Relaxation

 

Session 2: Nucleation, Crystallization, and Phase Separation

 

Session 3: Glass Under Extreme Conditions

 

Session 4: Topological Constraint Theory of Glass

 

Session 5: Modeling and Simulation (ICG TC27)

 

Session 6: Glass Surfaces (ICG TC19)

 

Session 7: Mean-Field and Low-Dimensional Theories of Glasses

 

Session 8: Optical Properties of Glass

 

Session 9: Strength, Fracture, and the Mechanical Properties of Glasses (ICG TC06)

 

Session 10: Acoustic Properties of Glass

 

Session 11: Thermal Properties of Glass

 

Session 12: Electromagnetic Properties of Glass

 

 

Lead Organizer

 

Morten M. Smedskjaer, Aalborg University, Denmark, mos@bio.aau.dk


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