The 1st international conference on Creation of Materials by Superthermal Field 2023 (CMSTF2023) will be held at “Yuichi Yamamura Memorial Hall” of Life Science Center in Senri-Chuo, Osaka, Japan from November 15 to 17, 2023.
This conference is held as a part of the project “Creation of Materials by Super-Thermal Field: Neo-3D printing by Manipulating Atomic Arrangement through Giant Potential Gradient”. The target of this area is the mechanisms of unique crystal growth under super-thermal fields generated by local heating by electron beams or lasers, which have been found to occur in metal 3D printing (3DP).
The scope of this conference includes, but is not limited to, scientific studies on experiments, computer simulations, and data sciences related to the following topics:
Interactions between quantum beams and materials in the formation of superthermal fields
Crystal growth in superthermal fields represented by a temperature gradient higher than (10,000,000 K/m)
Large thermal strain and their relaxation
Giant Marangoni effect associated with these phenomena
Creation of new materials by utilizing the super-thermal field
Microstructure and material properties of materials grown in the super-thermal field
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The Thermo-Calc Additive Manufacturing Module: An integrated Calphad-based FEM tool
Speaker: Johan Jeppsson Date: Thursday 16 November 2023 Time: 5:50 PM
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