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ICHEM 2018

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 Due ~ September 10, 2018
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Acceptance Notification September 20, 2018
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Early Registration Due ~ October 22 ⇒ November 5, 2018
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[TS01] Materials and Process Development

Organizer / Dr. Ka-Ram Lim, Korea Institute of Materials Science
Jong-Woo Won Korea Institute of Materials Science Korea Ultrafine-grained CoCrFeMnNi high-entropy alloy produced by cryogenic caliber rolling
Ki Buem Kim Sejong University Korea Microstructural Evolution of AlCoCrNi and AlCrFeNi High Entropy Alloys
Krishanu Biswas Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur India Establishing processing-microstrucrure-property paradigm in complex concentrated single phase CoCuFeMnNi high entropy alloy
Nam Hyun Kang Pusan National University Korea Weldability of CoCrFeMnNi alloys
Soo-Hyun Joo Tohoku University Japan Fabrication of 3D interconnected porous alloys by liquid metal dealloying using medium-entropy & high-entropy precursors
Yun-fei Xue Beijing Institute of Technology China High-content ductile coherent nanoprecipitates achieve ultrastrong high-entropy alloys
Zhiming Li Max Planck Institute for Iron Research Germany Metastable high-entropy alloys: design, structure and properties

[TS02] High-Temperature and Radiation-Resistance

Organizer / Prof. Hojin Ryu, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
An-Chou Yeh National Tsing Hua University Taiwan Challenges and opportunities to develop high temperature alloys based on high entropy alloy design concept
Che-Wei Tsai National Tsing Hua University Taiwan Wear resistance of Al0.3Cr0.5Fe1.5Mn0.5Ni high-entropy alloys with the addition of titanium and carbon at elevated temperature
David A. Shifler Office of Naval Research USA Promoting Strength and Passivation in Refractory Multi-Principal Element Alloys
Hojin Ryu Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Korea BCC High Entropy Alloys for High Temperature Applications
Jin-Yoo Suh Korea Institute of Science and Technology Korea Creep-resistance of face-centered cubic high entropy alloys
Nikita Stepanov Belgorod State University Russia Refractory Al-Cr-Nb-Ti-V-Zr high entropy alloys: phase stability, oxidation and creep resistance
Sheng Guo Chalmers University of Technology Sweden Refractory High-Entropy Alloys with Balanced Room-Temperature Ductility and Oxidation Resistance
Sun Ig Hong Chungnam National University Korea Climb- and glide-controlled creep in CoCrFeMnNi high entropy alloy
Tony Kim Air Force Office of Scientific Research USA Asian Office of Aerospace Research & Development (AOARD) Overview

[TS03] Metallurgy and Phase Transformation

Organizer / Prof. Eun Soo Park, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Eun Soo Park Seoul National University Korea Evaluation of Phase Stability of FCC High-entropy and Low-entropy Alloys under Various Irradiation Conditions
Evan Ma Johns Hopkins University USA The ultra-low SFE in CoCrNi MEA enables mechanical properties that are unprecedented for single-phase FCC solution alloys
Koichi Tsuchiya National Institute for Materials Science Japan Phase Transformation and Nanograin Formation in High-Entropy Alloys
Qiaoshi Zeng Center for High Pressure Science & Technology Advanced Research China Polymorphism in High-Entropy Alloys
Rajarshi Banerjee University of North Texas USA Modifying transformation pathways in High Entropy Alloys dramatically impacts their mechanical properties
Yuan Wu University of Science and Technology Beijing China Reinforcement of HEAs via stress-induced phase transformation

[TS04] Mechanical Properties

Organizer / Dr. Jin-Yoo Suh, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
Benjamin Schuh University of Leoben Austria Mechanical properties of nanocrystalline high-entropy alloys produced by high-pressure torsion
Bernd Gludovatz The University of New South Wales Australia On the Damage Tolerance of TRIP, TWIP and Dual-Phase High-Entropy Alloys
Chun-Hway Hsueh National Taiwan University Taiwan Microstructures and mechanical properties of CoCrFeMnNiVx high entropy alloy films
Jian Xu Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences China TiZrNbTaMo high entropy alloys designed for orthopedic implants: optimization for mechanical properties
Nobuhiro Tsuji Kyoto University Japan Hot Deformation Behaviors of HfNbTaTiZr Refractory High Entropy Alloy
Pinaki Bhatacharjee Indian Institute of Technology India Thermo-mechanical processing strategies for managing strength-ductility in a nano-lamellar AlCoCrFeNi2.1 eutectic high entropy alloy
Rajiv Mishra University of North Texas USA Metastabilty Driven Hierarchical Microstructural Engineering: Overview of Strength-Ductility Paradigms in Complex Concentrated Alloys
Werner Skrotzki Dresden University Germany Martensitic transformation of CrMnFeCoNi high-entropy alloy during high-pressure torsion at liquid nitrogen temperature

[TS05] Physical, Chemical and Functional Properties and Application

Organizer: Dr. Jin-Yoo Suh, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
Takeshi Nagase Osaka University Japan Development of equi-atomic TiNbTaZrMo high entropy alloys for metallic biomaterials
Taek Soo Kim Korea Institute of Industrial Technology Korea Mechanical properties of gas atomized FeCoCrNiMn high entropy alloys

[TS06] Materials Characterization

Organizer / Dr. Jaebok Seol, National Institute for Nanomaterials Technology
Ehsan Ghassemali Jönköping University Sweden On the deformation mechanism of AlCrFeMnNi alloy: an in-situ tensile study
Gerhard Schumacher Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin Germany Electronic structure of Al8Co17Cr17Cu8Fe17Ni33 compositionally complex alloy studied by absorption spectroscopy of soft X-ray
Isaac Toda-Caraballo CENIM-CSIC Spain Influence of elemental additions to the microstructure and performance of CoCrFeNi High Entropy Alloy family
Jaebok Seol National Institute for Nanomaterials Technology Korea Efficient grain boundary cohesion of boron becomes extinct under cryogenic conditions of high-entropy alloys and Ni-based superalloys
Motomichi Koyama Kyushu University Japan Microstructure evolution beneath fatigue fracture surface in stable and metastable high-entropy alloys
Pradeep K. Gokuldoss Indian Institute of Technology India Combined electron and atom probe microscopy study of ferromagnetic phase formation in combinatorial synthesized BCC HEA
Pyuck Pa Choi Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Korea Correlative characterization of high-entropy alloys
S. Ranganathan Indian Institute of Science India (To be announced)
Sang Ho Oh Sungkyunkwan University Korea In-situ TEM Study of Dislocation Plasticity of a Single Crystal FeCoCrMnNi HEA
Seong Moon Seo Korea Institute of Materials Science Korea Microsegregation and Homogenization Behavior of CoCrFeMnNi High Entropy Alloy
Shou-Yi Chang National Tsing Hua University Taiwan Liquid pockets in high-entropy alloys: Origin of exceptional plasticity and lost deformation anisotropy/heterogeneity
Wei-Chun Cheng National Taiwan University of Science and Technology Taiwan Spinodal decomposition and ordering reaction for the formation of fine L12 particles in the austenite grains of an Al0.5CoCrFeNi2 high-entropy alloy

[TS07] Simulations and Modeling

Organizer / Prof. Byeong-Joo Lee, Pohang University of Science and Technology
Byeong-Joo Lee Pohang University of Science and Technology Korea Origin of radiation resistance in multi-principal element alloys
Michael Widom Carnegie Mellon University USA Jahn-Teller-Peierls Instability of Refractory Alloys
Takeshi Egami University of Tennessee USA Electronic effects on the strength of metallic alloys
William Yi Wang Northwestern Polytechnical University China Atomic and Electronic Basis for the Structural Evolution and Mechanical Properties of Refractory High Entropy Alloys

[TS08] High-Entropy Ceramic, Coating, Composites

Organizer / Dr. Youngsang Na, Korea Institute of Materials Science
Yong Zhang University of Science and Technology Beijing China New Advances in Entropic Materials

[TS09] Medium-Entropy Materials

Organizer / Prof. Pyuck Pa Choi, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Nokeun Park Yeungnam University Korea Strength-ductility Balance in Ultrafine-grained (CoCrMnNi)50Fe50 Medium Entropy Alloy having Fully Recrystallized Microstructure
Praveen Sathiyamoorthi Pohang University of Science and Technology Korea Superior mechanical properties of CoCrNi medium entropy alloy processed by high-pressure torsion followed by annealing

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