The field of solidification has evolved from a metallurgical alchemy to a predictive science in the past century. Rapid advances in modeling efforts and real-time experiments have yielded a wealth of new and quantitative information across relevant length- and timescales, therefore expanding our understanding of the liquid-to-solid phase transition. The articles in the November, 2020 issue of MRS Bulletinhighlight recent developments in the field, including solidification at extreme rates, as well as state-of-the-art computational and experimental techniques.
This webinar will present two talks with authors from the MRS Bulletin issue. An interactive Q&A will be held with each of the speakers following their talks.
Solute Trapping in Rapid Solidification Nikolas Provatas, McGill University (Q&A with) Tatu Pinomaa, TT Technical Research Centre of Finland Talk begins at 12:01
Imaging Transient Solidification Behavior Amy Clarke, Colorado School of Mines Talk begins at 49:02