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ICHEM 2018
The 2nd International Conference on High-Entropy Materials
December 9-12, 2018
Ramada Plaza Hotel, Jeju, Korea
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Abstract Submission ~ July 30, 2018
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Acceptance Notification ~ August 15, 2018
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Early Registration Open August 25, 2018
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Plenary Speakers

  • Dr. Daniel Miracle
  • Air Force Research Laboratory, USA
  • "High Entropy Materials: New Opportunities and Challenges"
Biography and Abstract
Biography
EDUCATION
Ohio State University Ph.D Metallurgical Engineering 1990
Ohio State University MS Metallurgical Engineering 1986
Wright State University BS Materials Science & Engineering 1979
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Chief Scientist (Acting): Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Dayton, OH (2014 - 2015)
• Senior Scientist, Materials for Micro and Nano Systems: Materials and Manufacturing Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Dayton, OH (2002 – Present)
Senior Visiting Fellow: Department of Chemistry, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia (Feb – Apr 2007)
Senior Visiting Fellow: Institute of Materials Research, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan (Sep – Dec 2006)
Senior Visiting Fellow: Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK (Jun – Aug 2006)
AWARD AND HONORS
• Fellow of the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society (TMS, 2017).
• Honorary Member, Indian Institute of Metals (2017).
• Honorary Doctor of Science, Institute of Metal Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine (NASU), Kyiv, Ukraine (2005).
• Fellow of the American Society for Metals (ASM), International (1999).
MAIN SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION
• O.N. Senkov, J.K. Jenson, A.L. Pilchak, D.B. Miracle and H.L. Fraser; “Compositional variation effects on the microstructure and properties of a refractory high-entropy superalloy AlMo0.5NbTa0.5TiZr”, Mater. Des., 139, pp. 498-511 (2018).
• S. Gorsse, D.B. Miracle and O.N. Senkov; “Mapping the world of complex concentrated alloys,”Acta Mater., 135, pp. 177 – 187, (2017).
• D.B. Miracle and O.N. Senkov; “A critical review of high entropy alloys and related concepts,” Acta Mater., 122, pp. 448-511 (2017).
• D.B. Miracle, B. Majumdar, K. Wertz and S. Gorsse; “New strategies and tests to accelerate discovery and development of multi-principal element structural alloys,” Scripta Mater., 127, pp. 195-200 (2017).
• O.N. Senkov, J.D. Miller, D.B. Miracle and C. Woodward; “Accelerated exploration of mulit-principle element alloys for structural applications,” CALPHAD, 50, pp. 32-48 (2015).
• D.B. Miracle; “Critical Assessment 14: High entropy alloys and their development as structural materials,” J. Mater. Sci., 31, (10), pp. 1142-1147 (2015).
• O.N. Senkov, J.D. Miller, D.B. Miracle and C. Woodward; “Accelerated exploration of multi-principal element alloys with solid solution phases,” Nature Comm., 6:6529 | DOI: 10.1038/ncomms7529 (2015).
• O.N. Senkov, J.M. Scott, S.V. Senkova, F. Meisenkothen, D.B. Miracle and C.F. Woodward; “Microstructure and elevated temperature properties of a TaNbHfZrTi alloy,” J. Mat. Sci., 47, (9), pp. 4062-4074 (2012).
• O.N. Senkov, J.M. Scott, S.V. Senkova, D.B. Miracle and C.F. Woodward; “Microstructure and room temperature properties of a high-entropy TaNbHfZrTi alloy,” J. Alloys Cmpds, 509, (20), pp. 6043-6048 (2011).
• O.N. Senkov, G.B. Wilks, J.M. Scott and D.B. Miracle; “Mechanical properties of Nb25Mo25Ta25W25 and V20Nb20Mo20Ta20W20 refractory high entropy alloys,” Intermetallics, 19, (5), pp. 698-707 (2011).
• O.N. Seknov, G.B. Wilks, D.B. Miracle, C.P. Chuang and P.K. Liaw; “Refractory high-entropy alloys,” Intermetallics, 18, pp. 1758-1765 (2010).
RESEARCH INTERESTS
• The basic science, exploration and development of complex, concentrated alloys (also known as high entropy alloys, HEAs) as high temperature structural materials.
• New strategies and techniques to accelerate the discovery and development of structural metal alloys.
• Basic scientific studies to define the atomic structure of metallic glasses and its impact on glass stability, deformation mechanisms, processing and properties.
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  • Prof. Jien Wei Yeh
  • National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
  • Title : will be announced
  • Biography and Abstract
    Biography
    EDUCATION
    National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan Ph.D Department of Materials Science and Engineering 1986
    National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan MS Department of Materials Science and Engineering 1980
    National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan BS Department of Materials Science and Engineering 1976
    PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
    • Distinguished professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 2017.7 - now
    • Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, 1994.8 - 2017.7
    • Associate professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Taiwan, National Tsing Hua University 1986.8 - 1994.7
    • Lecturer, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University Taiwan, 1980.8 - 1986.7
    AWARD AND HONORS
    • Industry-University Cooperation Award of Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 2001.
    • Ho-Chin-Tue Award of Metallurgy by Tung-Ho steel company, 2003.
    • Academic Excellence Awards of National Tsing Hua University, in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014.
    • Academic research awards (first class) of National Science Council of Taiwan from 1988 to 2000 except 1994.
    • Academic project awards of National Science Council of Taiwan from 2001 to 2014.
    • Fellow of Materials Research Society-Taiwan, 2015.
    • Honorary Membership of Indian Institute of Metals, 2016. Only 126 scholars won the Honorary Membership since 1950.
    • Outstanding Research Award of Ministry of Science and Technology
    • Distinguished professor since Oct. 2017.
    • The highest honor of Materials Research Society Taiwan: Memorial Award of Chih-Houng Lu, 2017.
    MAIN SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION
    • J. W. Yeh*, S. K. Chen, S. J. Lin, J. Y. Gan, T. S. Chin, T. T. Shun, C. H. Tsau, and S. Y. Chang, “Nanostructured High-entropy Alloys with Multi-Principal Elements—Novel Alloy Design Concepts and Outcomes”, Advanced Engineering Materials, 6(5)(2004), pp. 299-303. (SCI)
    • Jien-Wei Yeh*, “Recent Progress in High-entropy Alloys”, Annales De Chimie – Science des Materiaux (European Journal of Control), 31(2006), pp. 633-648. (SCI)
    • K.Y. Tsai, M.H. Tsai, J.W. Yeh*, “Sluggish diffusion in Co–Cr–Fe–Mn–Ni high-entropy alloys”, Acta Materialia, 61(2013), pp. 4887-4897. (SCI)
    • Jien-Wei Yeh*, “Alloy Design Strategies and Future Trends in High-Entropy Alloys”, Journal of Metals, 65(2013), pp. 1759-1771. (SCI)
    • Jien-Wei Yeh*, “Physical Metallurgy of High-Entropy Alloys”, Journal of Metals, 67(2015), pp. 2254-2261. (SCI)
    • Chun-Yang Cheng, Ya-Chu Yang, Yi-Zhen Zhong, Yang-Yuan Chen, Tung Hsu, Jien-Wei Yeh*, “Physical Metallurgy of Concentrated Solid Solutions from Low-Entropy to High-Entropy Alloys”, Current Opinion in Solid State & Materials Science, 21(2017), pp. 299-311 (SCI)
    • “High-Entropy Alloys”, 2014, 1st edn. B.S. Murty, J.W. Yeh, S. Ranganathan, Elsevier Publisher, London, UK.
    • “High-Entropy Alloys – Fundamentals and Applications”, 2016, 1st edn. M.C. Gao, J.W. Yeh, P.K. Liaw, Y. Zhang (eds), Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland.
    RESEARCH INTERESTS
    • High-Entropy Alloys and Related Materials
    • Aluminum Alloys and Their Composites
    • Magnesium Alloys and Their Composites
    • Coating Technology
    • Manufacturing Engineering
    • Physical Metallurgy and Mechanical Metallurgy
    • Thermodynamics and Phase Transformation
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  • Prof. Peter K. Liaw
  • University of Tennessee, USA
  • "Design of Advanced Light-weight High-entropy Alloy"
  • Biography and Abstract
    Biography
    EDUCATION
    Northwestern University Ph.D. Materials Science and Engineering 1980
    National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan BS Physics 1972
    PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
    • Dr. Liaw has co-edited books on Bulk-Metallic Glasses and High-Entropy alloys, Springer, 2007 and 2016, respectively, which are based on the class-teaching materials and schedules.
    • His recent education and research activities are concerned with (1) the fatigue-crack initiation and propagation behavior of superalloys; (2) the development of life-prediction methodologies for elevated-temperature structural components; and (3) the corrosion, mechanical behavior, and nondestructive evaluation of high-entropy alloys, intermetallic-, metal-, and ceramic-matrix composites, bulk-amorphous alloys, and nanocomposites.
    • He has organized and developed several educational training courses on neutron and synchrotron diffraction studies of fatigue and fracture behavior of structural materials, including bulk-metallic glasses at The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society (TMS), and Materials Research Society (MRS) meetings.
    • He has been the Director of the National Science Foundation (NSF) International Materials Institutes (IMI) Program and the Director of the NSF Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training (IGERT) Program at The University of Tennessee.
    • He has been the member of the American Society for Metals (ASM) and TMS, Key Reader for Metallurgical and Materials Transactions, and Reviewer for Nature Materials, Nature Communications, Scientific Reports, Acta Materialia, Scripta Materialia, J. Materials Research, and Material Science and Engineering.
    AWARD AND HONORS
    • 2018-Present TMS Fellow
    • 2004-Present John Fisher Professorship, The University of Tennessee.
    • 2004-Present National Alumni Association Distinguished Service Professor, The University of Tennessee.
    • 1993-1998, 2009-Present Key Reader for Metallurgical and Materials Transactions.
    • 1993-1998, 2009-2010 Technical Advisor for Journal of Metals (JOM).
    • 2010 L. R. Hesler Award, The University of Tennessee.
    • 2007 Distinguished Service Award, the 2007 TMS 136th Annual Meeting and Exhibition.
    • 2003, 2012, 2013 Engineering Research Fellow Awards, The University of Tennessee.
    • 2003, 2008, 2011 Moses E. and Mayme Brooks Distinguished Professor Award, The University of Tennessee.
    • 2002 Outstanding Teacher Award, The University of Tennessee.
    • 1997 Fellow, ASM International.
    • 1994-1996 Chairman of the Flow and Fracture Committee, ASM and TMS.
    • 1990 and 1992 Westinghouse Outstanding Performance Awards.
    MAIN SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION
    Editor or co-editor of more than 45 books and author or co-author of more than 820 journal papers.
    • Y. D. Wang, H. Tian, X. L. Wang, P. K. Liaw, and J. W. Richardson (2003), "Evidence on the Development of Large Grain-Orientation-Dependent Residual Stresses in a Cyclically-Deformed Alloy," Nature Materials, 2(2), pp. 101-106.
    • Y. Zhang, Y. J. Zhou, J. P. Lin, G. L. Chen, and P. K. Liaw (2008), "Solid-Solution Phase Formation Rules for Multi-Component Alloys," Advanced Engineering Materials, 10, pp. 534-538.
    • N. Senkov, G. B. Wilks, D. B. Miracle, C. P. Chuang, and P. K. Liaw (2010), "Refractory High-Entropy Alloys," Intermetallics, 18, pp. 1758-1765.
    • M. A. Hemphill, T. Yuan, G. Y. Wang, J. W. Yeh, C. W. Tsai, A. Chuang, and P. K. Liaw (2012), "Fatigue Behavior of Al0.5CoCrCuFeNi High Entropy Alloys," Acta Materialia, 60, pp. 5723-5734.
    • Y. Zhang, T. T. Zuo, Z. Tang, M. C. Gao, K. A. Dahmen, P. K. Liaw, and Z. P. Lu (2014), "Microstructures and Properties of High-entropy Alloys," Progress in Materials Science, 60, pp. 1-93.
    • L. J. Santodonato, Y. Zhang, M. Feygenson, C. M. Parish, M. C. Gao, R. J. K. Weber, J. C. Neuefeind, Z. Tang, and P. K. Liaw (2015), "Deviation from High-entropy Configurations in the Atomic Distributions of a Multi-principal-element Alloy," Nature Communications, 6(5964). DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6964.
    RESEARCH INTERESTS
    • Mechanical behavior, fatigue and fracture behavior, nondestructive-evaluation, and neutron/synchrotron studies of advanced materials, including high-entropy alloys, bulk-metallic glasses, nano-structural materials, superalloys, steels, and intermetallics.
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