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S10: Virtual Materials (Computational) Design and Ceramic Genome


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This symposium will focus on the design, modeling and simulation of ceramics and composites so as to further optimize their behavior and facilitate the design of new ceramics and composites with tailored properties. A broader perspective is desired including the interest related to ceramic genome, virtual materials design for new innovative materials and thermo-structure, Integrated materials computational engineering, prediction of the structure and properties of crystals and defects, modeling materials behavior
under extreme/harsh environments, application of novel simulation methods for materials processing and performance, simulation of novel ceramics for functional applications, and the modeling of surfaces, interfaces and grain boundaries at multiple scales.

Proposed Symposium Topics

  • Ceramic genome
  • Integrated materials computational engineering
  • Novel simulation methods for materials processing and performance
  • Multi-scale modeling approaches
  • Modeling materials behavior under extreme/harsh environments (ultrahigh temperature, radiation, environmental damages and severe mechanical load and stresses)
  • Model-aided design of thermal insulating and thermo-structural materials
  • Modeling and design of new innovative ceramics for functional applications
  • Prediction of the crystal structure and properties of new ceramics
  • Modeling defects and amorphous matter
  • Modeling of surfaces, interfaces and grain boundaries at multiple scales

Symposium Organizers

  • Jingyang Wang, Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, +86-24-23971762
  • Brian Good, NASA Glenn Research Center, USA
  • Jian Luo, Clemson University, USA
  • Katsuyuki Matsunaga, Nagoya University, Japan
  • Paul Rulis, University of Missouri-Kansas City, USA
  • Hans J. Seifert, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
  • Gerard L. Vignoles, University of Bordeaux, France
  • William J. Weber, University of Tennessee, USA

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