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Recent developments in nanostructured metals and alloys

Date: March 24, 2021

Time: 12:00PM - 01:30PM

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Nanostructured metals have been widely investigated due to their abundant interfaces (grain boundaries and phase boundaries) that can drastically impact the mechanical and physical properties of materials. The March, 2021 issue of MRS Bulletin highlights current research on nanometals, including gradient-structured metallic materials with high strength and ductility, deformability of hierarchical multiphase metallic nanocomposites, strategies to improve thermal stability of nanocrystalline metals, fatigue and fracture response of nanocrystalline and nanotwinned metals, and other breakthroughs that provide an in-depth understanding of the forefronts of the field.

This webinar will present three talks with authors from the MRS Bulletin issue. An interactive Q&A will be held with each of the speakers following their talks.

Talk Presentations:

  • Heterostructured Nano Materials: New Science Produces Unprecedented Properties
    Yuntian Zhu, City University of Hong Kong
    Talk begins at 07:16
      
  • Hierarchical and heterogeneous multiphase metallic nanomaterials and laminates
    Nathan Mara, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
    Talk begins at 38:57
      
  • Fatigue and Fracture of nanostructured metal and alloys
    Brad Boyce, Sandia National Lab
    Talk begins at 1:05:00 
      

Sponsored by Kammrath & Weiss and Rigaku

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Nanostructured metals have been widely investigated due to their abundant interfaces (grain boundaries and phase boundaries) that can drastically impact the mechanical and physical properties of materials. The March, 2021 issue of MRS Bulletin highlights current research on nanometals, including gradient-structured metallic materials with high strength and ductility, deformability of hierarchical multiphase metallic nanocomposites, strategies to improve thermal stability of nanocrystalline metals, fatigue and fracture response of nanocrystalline and nanotwinned metals, and other breakthroughs that provide an in-depth understanding of the forefronts of the field.

This webinar will present three talks with authors from the MRS Bulletin issue. An interactive Q&A will be held with each of the speakers following their talks.

Talk Presentations:

  • Heterostructured Nano Materials: New Science Produces Unprecedented Properties
    Yuntian Zhu, City University of Hong Kong
  • Hierarchical and heterogeneous multiphase metallic nanomaterials and laminates
    Nathan Mara, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  • Fatigue and Fracture of nanostructured metal and alloys
    Brad Boyce, Sandia National Lab

Sponsored by Kammrath & Weiss and Rigaku

Kammrath & Weiss logo

Rigaku logo