8th International Conference on Solid→Solid Phase Transformations in Inorganic Materials (PTM 2022)
Online, China｜ June 27 – July 1, 2022
The International Conference on Solid→Solid Phase Transformations in Inorganic Materials (PTM), held every 5 years, is organized as a way to maximize the interaction and discussion between researchers in the field.
The following broad topics will be covered by PTM2022:
Displacive transformations including martensitic transformations and shape memory alloys;
Advances in experimental techniques including scattering and diffraction techniques, atom probe, high-resolution electron microscopy and laser ultrasonics
Advances in modelling and simulation including atomistic simulations, phase field and other meso-scale simulations, multi-scale modelling, fundamentals of structures, thermodynamics and diffusion ;
Industrial applications including phase transformations in advanced high strength steels, thermo-mechanical processing, welding and nuclear materials;
Emerging areas including phase transformations during additive manufacturing, phase transitions in interfaces, high entropy alloys; amorphous alloys/quasicrystals, nanomaterials and materials for sustainable energy.
Attend Our Presentations
Thermo-Calc Software will be giving two presentations at this event. Information will be added here as it is confirmed.
Pearlite in multicomponent steels: phenomenological steady-state modeling
Authors:Jiayi Yan, John Ågren, Johan Jeppsson Date: Monday 27 June 2022 Time: 21:30 (GMT+8) Location: Zoom Room A
A Simplified Growth Model for Multicomponent Precipitation and Its Implementation in TC-PRISMA
Authors:Qing Chen, Kaisheng Wu, Johan Jeppsson, John Ågren Date: Thursday 30 June 2022 Time: 20:00 (GMT+8) Location: Zoom Room A
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