Five campers, Prof. Evan Ma, Prof. Weizhong Han, Dr. Zhangjie Wang, Dr. Liang Wan and PhD. candidate Degang Xie attended TMS 2015 144st Annual Meeting & Exhibition on March 15-20 in Orlando, Florida, USA. During the conference, they gave 9 talks  which represented their latest research progress on the different symposiums and made the best show of CAMP-Nano to the conference attendees those who are scientists, engineers and other professionals in the materials field around the world. 

The below table shows campers attendees' lectures information on the meeting:

Speakers

Title

Symposium

Prof. Evan Ma

Damage-Tolerant Multi-Component Metallic Glasses with Record-Breaking Facture ToughnessInvited

Hume-Rothery Award Symposium: Multicomponent Alloy Metallurgy, the Bridge from Materials Science to Materials Engineering — Solidification

Simultaneous High Strength and Ductility Achieved via Distributed Nanoscale Domains in Elemental MetalsKeynote

Advanced Materials and Reservoir Engineering for Extreme Oil & Gas Environments II — Nanocrystalline Materials and Novel Innovations for Oil and Gas Applications I

Soft Spots in a Metallic Glass: GUMs as a Structural Signature of Liquid-Like RegionsInvited

Bulk Metallic Glasses XII — Structures and Mechanical Properties II

Dynamic TEM Observations of Grain Rotation via Climb of Grain Boundary Dislocations in Nanocrystalline PlatinumInvited

Dynamic Probing of Microstructure Evolution in Nanostructured Materials — Size Effect and Fracture/Fatigue Studies

Prof. Weizhong Han

The Superelastic Response of Ni2FeGa Shape Memory Alloy Pillar

Nano- and Micro-Mechanical Measurements in Harsh Environments — Small Scale Testing at Non-Ambient Temperature

Dr. Zhangjie Wang

Improving the Controllability of Plastic Deformation of Submicron Sized Aluminum by Introducing Alloy Atoms

Dynamic Probing of Microstructure Evolution in Nanostructured Materials — Low Dimensional Materials

Size Dependent Strain Rate Sensitivity of Submicron-Sized Single Crystal Iron and Aluminum Pillars (Invited talk of Prof. Zhiwei Shan)

Dynamic Probing of Microstructure Evolution in Nanostructured Materials — Size Effect and Fracture/Fatigue Studies

Dr. Liang Wan

Stress Induced Grain Boundary Migration: A Perspective from Bi-Crystallographic Analysis and Atomistic Simulation

Polycrystalline Materials: Bringing Together Experiments, Simulations, and Analytic Theories —Session VI

Phd. Candidate

Degang Xie

In Situ TEM Investigation of the Effects of Hydrogen on the Behavior of Dislocation and Cracking in Aluminum

Nano- and Micro-Mechanical Measurements in Harsh Environments — In-Situ Testing at Non-Ambient Conditions

 


From left to right: Dr. Liang Wan, Prof. Weizhong Han, Prof. Scott. Mao (the friend of CAMP-Nano from University of Pittsburgh ), Prof. Evan Ma, Dr. Zhangjie Wang and Degang Xie